Wednesday, October 18, 2017

Create a Template

More of a good thing


After putting together the ultimate proposal, or dunning notice, you can save the document as a template so that you don't have to re-invent the whole thing.

Here's how to do it in Word 2007-13.
(Earlier versions also use "Save As")


  1. Click the Microsoft Office Button , and then click Open.

  2. Open the document that you want.
    Make the changes that you want to appear in all new documents that you base on the template.

  3. Click the Microsoft Office Button , and then click Save As.

  4. In the Save As dialog box, click Templates if your computer is running Windows or Vista, or click Trusted Templates if your computer is running Windows XP.

  5. Give the new template a file name, select Word Template in the Save As type list, and then click Save.
Note You can also save the template as a Word Macro-Enabled Template (.dotm file) or a Word 97-2003 Template (.dot file).

Create a new template

Also:
Templates are digital stencils  


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Tuesday, October 10, 2017

Use the Ruler

Measure by Measure


Here is an article that explores the use of Word's Rulers.

About the only thing I don't see is that you can bring up the Page Setup dialog box by double clicking in the dark area of the ruler that indicates the margin.

Once again this tip comes from the Microsoft Word MVP site:

Ruler of all you survey:
How to make the best use of Word's rulers

Here's the spot to click to show rulers in Word 2007-13:




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Tuesday, October 03, 2017

Continued

More to come



You can place the word "More" or "Continued" at the bottom of every page except the last one.
The field, for those of you who know how to use them is:

{ IF { PAGE } = { NUMPAGES } "" "more" }

You can't just type in the brackets, you must use Insert>Field or Ctrl+F9.

Here is a more sophisticated formula:

{ IF { PAGE } < { NUMPAGES } "Continued on page {={PAGE} + 1}" "Last Page"}

Also see the Word MVP site:

How to control the page numbering in a Word document


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Friday, September 29, 2017

And Then There Was Word

Remember the past



As one writer put it:
"Before the development of personal computers and word processing software, documents were produced on typewriters."

Chris Pratley, a Microsoft Program Manager, started with the Excel team in 1994 and then worked with the Word team. He has written about the early days:
Let's talk about Word


Also see:
WordStar Resource Site
(Includes a WordStar emulator for Word)


And:
In Search of Stupidity


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Wednesday, September 13, 2017

5 Tips

A few useful ideas


"If you use Word in your daily work, a few simple tips will help you save an hour of your time per week, maybe more. Best of all, these tips are so easy to use that you can put them to work immediately upon finishing this article. Yes, they are that easy to use!"
  • Let Word type names and other words and phrases for you

  • Let Word insert your favorite text or graphics

  • Let Word type information about your documents

  • Let Word alphabetize lists for you

  • Change the way Word works
5 Time-Saving Tips


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Monday, September 11, 2017

Keyboard Shortcuts

Extra pilcrows?



Here is a list of keyboard shortcuts I once or never knew.

The one that struck me was:

Ctrl Alt K — Remove extraneous paragraph marks.

This removes doubled pilcrows (¶¶).

Word-Tips


  • Alt F6 — Swap open documents
  • Alt Shift D — Insert date
  • Alt Shift Up/Down — Move table rows or paragraphs up or down
  • Shift F5 — Go back to last position
  • Shift F3 — Change case
  • Ctrl Space — Remove direct formatting
  • Ctrl Q — Remove paragraph formatting
  • Ctrl Shift N — Apply Normal style
  • Ctrl Y — Repeat action
  • Ctrl ] — increase font size by 1pt
  • Ctrl [ — decrease font size by 1pt
  • Ctrl Shift > — Increase font to next size up
  • Ctrl Shift < — Decrease font to next size down



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Saturday, September 02, 2017

Indent Code

Realign a bunch


Indenting blocks of VBA code, such as statements within loops or If...Then statements, makes reading a procedure much easier.

You probably indent a code statement using the [Tab] key, and outdent by using [Shift][Tab].

However, you may not be aware that the [Tab] and [Shift][Tab] techniques also work when multiple code lines are selected.

The Visual Basic Editor also provides Indent and Outdent buttons on the Edit toolbar that allow you to easily reposition blocks of code.


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Friday, September 01, 2017

Convert List Numbers to Text

Pesky lists


Applying the list numbering style to paragraphs is easy. The problem is that if the style is removed, the numbers disappear as well.

The same thing is true with bullets.

The following macro will change the list numbers and LISTNUM fields to text and the bullets to a symbol font.


Sub NoAutoNum()
ActiveDocument.ConvertNumbersToText
End Sub

You can now do such things as individually format numbers and bullets.
The action is not reversible, so either use Undo right away, or use it on a copy of the original.

ConvertNumbersToText


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Tuesday, August 29, 2017

Folder Tree

DOS is back


"To find out how many folders there are on your hard disk, you can open a Command Prompt and use the Tree command. You'll get a very nice looking graphical tree structure showing all the folders on your hard disk.

The only problem is that the display will scroll by your screen so fast and exceed the buffer size, so you'll never be able to see it."


Import Tree command into Word

(Open Command Prompt as Administrator. Rather than "Insert>File", open the file with Word and choose the MS-DOS format))



Tree command


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Saturday, August 19, 2017

Slashed Zero

Oh!

ø

There is a discussion of the slashed zero at:
How to Insert a Slashed Zero (0 Overlaid with a /)

You can also download the Monaco font that has a slashed ø
(Monaco is an embeddable font)

Andale.ttf (Mono) has a dotted 0

Seagullscientific.com has a font called Crystal

Windows has a free font editor. Type eudcedit on the Start>Run line.
Vic Laurie has a description of the Private Character Editor- Eudcedit

You could also use the EQ field to create a strike through and assign it to an AutoCorrect entry.

{EQ \o (0,/)}

The easiest is, probably Alt+0216 or Alt+0248 It's a Latin "oh" with stroke, but it looks close.

The HTML character code is &oslash; ø


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Friday, August 18, 2017

Zeros - Before and After

Nothing's a problem



"When you import data into Microsoft Access, trailing zeros may be lost. This will happen when you import data that is formatted to show these zeros, but where the zeros are not actually part of the data.
For example, in a Microsoft Excel workbook, you can format the number 1234 so that it will be displayed as 1234.000. When you import this workbook into a Microsoft Access table, the number will be displayed as 1234.
This article shows you how to preserve trailing zeros when you import data into Microsoft Access."


How to Preserve Trailing Zeros When Importing Data
Also:

Word — Decimal Point or Trailing Zeros Missing When You Merge Microsoft Access Database

Excel — Using a Custom Number Format to Display Leading Zeros


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Thursday, August 17, 2017

Document Panes

Divided Doc


To divide the view of a document into panes, use the tiny divider mark in the upper-right corner of the document window.

It's above the up arrow at the top of the vertical scroll bar at the right side of the window.

Click on the marker and drag it to where you want the document window divided.

The size of the panes can be adjusted by dragging the divider up or down.

You can look at the top and bottom at the same time, or have one pane in Page View and the other in Outline View

Double click the marker to return to the full view.


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Wednesday, August 16, 2017

Link to Word

Excel to Word connection


The Insert Hyperlink dialog will allow you to link to any file.

To link to a particular bookmark in a Word document, you can specify the bookmark by adding it yourself, adding a # (pound sign) plus the bookmark name to the path and file name.

C:\My Documents\MyDocument.doc#MyBookmark

To link to a page in a Word document, add a pound sign and the page number after the document path and file name:

C:\My Documents\MyDocument.doc#4

See Jon Peltier's hyperlink collection:
Hyperlinks


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Wednesday, August 02, 2017

Equations = Word 2007, 2010, 2013 and 2016

Real text


Remember, back in the old days of pre-2007-10 Word. Equations were a pain. Messy to set up with the Equation Editor and difficult to edit and reformat.


Brace {yourself} there have been changes.



  • Equations are regular Word text (not objects), so they're integrated with regular Word formatting.

  • High-quality display and typography: we're using TeX standards and a brand-new Math Font to produce great-looking equations

  • Two input methods: UI and Linear Format (keyboard syntax)

  • MathML support: now you can write an equation in Word, paste it into a calculating or graphing application, and get results!

Equation Demo
 
Equations in Word 2007, 2010, 2013 and 2016


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Friday, July 28, 2017

Footnote Customization

Line it out


In Normal View:
  1. Go to View>Footnotes.

  2. Click the All Footnotes box arrow, and select Footnote Separator from the drop-down list.

  3. Click on the existing separator line and delete it.

  4. Go to Format>Borders And Shading.

  5. On the Borders tab, select the border you want.

  6. Select the color you want.

  7. Click OK.
You will see the new separator line for your footnote will appear in Print Layout or Print Preview.

Also:
Footnote FAQ


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Wednesday, July 19, 2017

Translate on the Fly


Translate Text



Ahora usted puede exhibir un grado de la sofisticación que excede tu conocimiento


On the Tools menu, click Research.

  1. In the Search for list, select Translation.
  2. To change the languages used for translation, in the Research task pane, under Translation, select the languages you want to translate from and to.
Do one of the following:
  • To translate a specific word, press ALT and click a word. The results appear under Translation in the Research task pane.
  • To translate a short sentence, select the words, and then press ALT and click the selection. The results appear in the Research task pane under Translation.
  • To translate a whole document, in the Research task pane, under Translation, click Translate whole document A translation of your document appears in your Web browser
  • To translate a word or phrase, type the word or phrase in the Search for box, and then click Start Searching .
Also see:
Speaking of translating a fly, here's another kind of translation: BzzzPeek A collection of 'onomatopoeia' from around the world using sound recordings from native speakers imitating the sounds of mainly animals and vehicles.


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Tuesday, July 11, 2017

Numbers to Words

Cardinal numbers



Word can format numbers in several ways when they are represented by field codes. The DollarText field code is one choice.

Press Ctrl-F9 to insert a pair of field-code delimiters, which resemble boldface curly brackets {}. (The brackets can not be entered directly from the keyboard).

Between the field-code delimiters, enter = followed by the number. Then append the DollarText field switch. The result should look like this:

{ =34,582.13 \*DollarText \*Firstcap }
There are spaces in the field. Here is how it should be entered:
{space=34,582.13space\*DollarTextspace
\*Firstcapspace}

Right-click on the field and choose Update Field. You should now see the number spelled out in words:

Thirty-four thousand five hundred eighty-two dollars and 13/100.

Word provides some other numeric field codes. Here are a few of the more useful ones:

{ =42 \*CardText } - forty-two
(Spell our page numbers with a fields like this { PAGE \*CardText \*Caps } )

{ =42 \*OrdText } - forty-second

{ =42 \*Ordinal } - 42nd

{ =42 \*ROMAN } - XLII

KB article:

How to Use DollarText to Convert Numbers to Cardinal Text

and:

Microsoft Word - General Switches for Field Codes

For Access see:
Access - Numbers to Words

To create Cardinal numbers in Excel see:
Excel - Numbers to Words


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Wednesday, July 05, 2017

Select Text

Pick a word


  • If you double click on a word, it will be selected.
    Triple click and you will select the paragraph.

  • If you hold down the CTRL key and click, you will select a sentence.
    (Word is looking for a period, so it will also stop after the period in "Mr. Smith")


  • Move the mouse pointer to the left side of the document. It will change to a NE (upper left) pointing arrow.

    • Click once and a line is selected; a line, not just a sentence.

    • Click twice to select the paragraph.

    • Click three times and the entire document will be selected.

  • Place the insertion point where you want the selection to begin, press F8, and use the arrow keys on the keyboard to highlight the selection. Press Esc to end the extended selection.

  • Click to the left of the first word you want selected. Hold down the Shift key and click to the right of the end of the selection.

  • Hold down the ALT key and drag down to select a "column"; perhaps the first two characters that precede a list of items.


Also:
See this link for a way to enter text for testing

Also:

Selecting Text from Word Tips.


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Thursday, June 29, 2017

Word Calendar Template

Take control


"Customizable Word template for generating and printing Outlook weekly and monthly calendars.
  • Print any Outlook calendar that you have access to, including calendars from other users' mailboxes and Public Folders.
  • Add color coding by category or by type of item (one-day event, multiple-day event, etc.)
  • Specify time and date formats and the title for the calendar.
  • Freeware.
Outlook 365



See more at Slipstick.com


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Wednesday, June 28, 2017

Getting 2010-13 Reference Guides

Where'd they hide that thing?


Wondering where your favorite Word 2003 commands are located in the new Word 2010-13 interface? Or just want to explore the rich, new design with a little guidance?

... rest the mouse pointer over a Word 2003 menu or button to learn its new location in Word 2010-13. To see an animation of the location of the command or button in Word 2010-13, just click it.


Command reference guides for:

Office 2010

Office 2013




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Sunday, June 25, 2017

Comment Code

Edit toolbar



You'll many times want to change blocks of code to comments in VBA modules; temporarily convert a block of VBA code to comments so that it's ignored during a trial run. Inserting an apostrophe before each line of code is a bother. Office 2000+ simplifies this task by letting you convert a block of code to comments with a click of a button.

Open any module in the Visual Basic Editor (VBE), and then choose View>Toolbars and choose Edit from the menu bar to display the Edit toolbar.

Select the lines of code that you want to turn into comments. Then, click the Comment Block button on the Edit toolbar (it's the sixth button in from the RIGHT end of the toolbar).
Each line of the selected code is now preceded with an apostrophe.



To convert the comments back to executable code, select the appropriate lines and click the Uncomment Block button, which is immediately to the right of the Comment Block button.
This, of course, works in any application that uses the VBE.

It's been suggested that two or three apostrophes (sometimes called inverted commas) be placed around existing comments. When the Comment Block is used, the original comments will not be removed.


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Sunday, June 18, 2017

Citations and Bibliagraphy

2007+ feature


"What if you write a paper for your literature class, but an educational journal wants to publish it? You used MLA style for formatting the citations and bibliography, but the journal uses APA style. It would be tedious to edit every citation and revise the bibliography to switch them from one style to the other. Fortunately, Office Word 2007 can switch bibliography styles. Choose a different style, and Word automatically reformats all the citations and the bibliography.

What about the next time that you write a paper on a related subject? If your specialty is Mark Twain, you will probably cite many of his same works in more than one paper. Word stores your master list of sources for you. Whenever you start a new paper, you can choose from your list of sources for the citations that you make in that paper."


Academic features: citation & bibliography tools

Previous versions
Footnote, Endnote, and Bibliography Questions


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Sunday, June 11, 2017

Easy Reading

Clean up the screen


Word 2003 introduced a view of documents that eliminates a lot of the distractions of Task Panes and toolbars.

It's called Reading Layout.

Office.Microsoft.com:
Word Reading Layout View



In 2007-16 it's View>Full Screen Reading


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Monday, June 05, 2017

Click to Type

MacroButton



When you open a template for a Memo, Letter, or Fax, you will see a field like this:

[Click here and type Name]


When you click and type the field goes away.

Here's how to create on of your own.

  1. Place the Insertion point in the document where you want the field.

  2. Hit Ctrl+F9 to create field brackets {}.
    (they can not be just typed in)

  3. Between the brackets type:

    {MACROBUTTON NoMacro [Click here and type junk]}


  4. Press Alt+F9 and the field code will disappear.


For more information see The Word MVP site:
 Using MacroButton fields.


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Friday, May 19, 2017

Open 2010-2007 in 200-2003

Not everyone is going to jump at once


How to open and to save Word 2007, Excel 2007, and PowerPoint 2007 files in earlier versions of Office
Microsoft Office Word, Microsoft Office Excel, and Microsoft Office PowerPoint versions 2000 through 2003 cannot natively open documents that are stored in the Office Open XML Formats in 2007 Microsoft Office programs.

You can install the Microsoft Office Compatibility Pack for Word, Excel, and PowerPoint 2007 File Formats to open or to save 2007 Office files.

Microsoft Office XP and 2003
Word, Excel, and PowerPoint

After you install the Compatibility Pack, you can use your existing version of Word, Excel, and PowerPoint to open, edit, and save the file formats that are new to Word 2007, Excel 2007, or PowerPoint 2007. For example:
  • You can open Word, Excel, or PowerPoint 2007 files by double-clicking them exactly as you do with your existing Word, Excel, and PowerPoint presentation(s).
  • You can save Word, Excel, or PowerPoint 2007 files by clicking the Save button in your version of Word, Excel, or PowerPoint.
Microsoft Office 2000
Word, Excel, and PowerPoint
Word 2000
  • After you install the Compatibility Pack, you can open, edit, and save the document file formats that are new to Word 2007 within Word 2000.
  • You can open files in the formats that are new to Word 2007 by double-clicking the files.
  • You can save files in the formats that are new to Word 2007 by clicking Save in Word 2000.
Excel 2000 and PowerPoint 2000
  • After you install the Compatibility Pack, you can open and save the file formats that are new to Excel 2007 and to PowerPoint 2007 from the Microsoft Windows operating system.
  • You can open files in the formats that are new to Excel 2007 and to PowerPoint 2007 by double-clicking the file on the desktop, in the My Documents folder, or in Microsoft Windows Explorer.
  • You can save files in the formats that are new to Excel 2007 and to PowerPoint 2007 by right-clicking an Excel 2000 file or a PowerPoint 2000 file and then clicking Save As.
Compatibility Pack Functions

Compatibility Pack Download



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Monday, May 15, 2017

Calendar Control

Click for Date



Office is full of ActiveX controls that provide extra gadgets in applications. One of these devices is a functioning calendar selection tool.

"Did you ever need to check a date before you typed it into a document?

This tutorial shows you how to create a pop-up calendar using the Microsoft ActiveX Calendar Control that is installed with Office.

You will be able to call up the calendar with a keyboard shortcut, from a toolbar button or menu, or from the right-click context menu.

When you select a date, it is automatically entered into your document at the insertion point."


A Pop-up Calendar for Word

Martin Green


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Saturday, May 13, 2017

Update the FUI Ribbon

Let the add-ins begin


It is said that the Office 2007 Graphical User Interface Ribbon cannot be as easily changed or modified like it has been in previous versions.

This may be partially true, but not all is lost.

Here is some information from the equine's mouth:


Learn how to customize the Ribbon user interface (UI) in the 2007+ Microsoft Office release. Also learn how new features in Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 Tools for the 2007+ Microsoft Office System support RAD development of Ribbon customization. (40 printed pages)

Customizing the Office Ribbon


Monsieurs MS also have a downloadable spreadsheets with the Control IDs. There are files for 2003 as well.

Lists of Control IDs


2007 Office System Add-In: Icons Gallery

2013 Icons Gallery



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Tuesday, May 09, 2017

Look for Bullets

Find lists


Unless you have used a style to create a bulleted list, it is difficult to search for them.

This macro locates any bulleted list (wdListBullet) in your document.


Sub FindBullet()
Dim rngTarget As Word.Range
Dim oPara As Word.Paragraph

Set rngTarget = Selection.Range
With rngTarget
Call .Collapse(wdCollapseEnd)
.End = ActiveDocument.Range.End

For Each oPara In .Paragraphs
If oPara.Range.ListFormat.ListType = _
WdListType.wdListBullet Then
oPara.Range.Select
Exit For
End If
Next
End With
End Sub

Other choices might be:
wdListListNumOnly
ListNum fields that can be used in the body of a paragraph.

wdListMixedNumbering
Mixed numeric list.

wdListNoNumbering
List with no bullets, numbering, or outlining.

wdListOutlineNumbering
Outlined list.

wdListPictureBullet
Picture bulleted list.

wdListSimpleNumbering
Simple numeric list.



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Wednesday, May 03, 2017

Font Properties Plus

Everything you need to know


To embed a font in a document or slide show so it can be displayed on any other machine, the font must support that action. The standard Windows properties statement does not show all the needed information.

The bottom of this illustration shows the standard information shown when you right-click a font file, and choose properties. The two views at the top are what appear when the Microsoft Font properties extension is installed.


Font Properties

If you right click on a font file in Windows its basic properties are displayed. The Font properties extension adds several new property tabs to this properties dialog box. These include information relating to font origination and copyright, the type sizes to which hinting and smoothing are applied, and the code pages supported by extended character sets.

It also will tell you if the font can be embedded and/or edited in a document.



Protected
The font may not be embedded, copied, or modified. If you use a protected font in a document and if the document is opened on a computer that does not have the font installed on it, a font substitution occurs. Word substitutes the closest font available on the computer for the missing protected font.
Print/Preview
The font is embedded and temporarily loaded on the target computer. Documents that contain print/preview fonts must be opened read-only, and no edits are stored in the document. Embedding a font of this nature has the least impact on file size increase.
Editable
The font behaves just like the print/preview fonts, except that you may also apply the font to other text in the same document.
Installable
The font is installed on the target computer permanently when you open the document. This allows you to use the new fonts as if you installed the fonts directly into Windows yourself. This type of embedded font has the greatest impact on file size because the entire font or fonts are included with the document.


Versionand Features tabs
The Version tab includes version and date information. The Features tab describes the font in terms of number of glyphs, number of kerning pairs, the possible existence of a euro symbol and the presence of embedded bitmaps within the font.

Linkstab
If a font doesn't include a Web site URL, but does include a 'vendor ID code' a link will be provided to Microsoft's font vendor database.

Font properties extension, version 2.3
(32-bit only)


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Monday, April 24, 2017

Large Documents

Plan ahead


Jack M. Lyon has prepared a list of steps to be considered when working with large documents:
"I can't leave the topic of typesetting without explaining some of the things I learned on the last book I typeset--in Microsoft Word. The book had more than 400 pages and several hundred footnotes, and Word would have handled it better if I'd been more particular about the following:"

Typesetting Tips for Word


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Sunday, April 16, 2017

Work that Menu

List of project docs


A collection of tips including:

Word (pre-07) allows you to add a menu to the toolbar that can keep a list of papers you're working on:


  1. Go to Tools>Customize.
  2. Click the Commands tab.
  3. Under the list of Categories, click Built-in menus.
  4. Under the list of Commands, locate and drag the Work menu to your toolbar.
  5. Click Close

Work Menu

In Word 2007+, you can see a list of 50 recently used documents when you click the Office logo. If you don't want them to drop off the list, they can be pinned.


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Saturday, April 08, 2017

Spell Checker Update

Word 2007+

A discussion of how Spell Checker works and how it has improved over the years.

Support.Office.com


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Friday, March 24, 2017

Calculating Time

Using EditTime field

Word keeps track of the time you spend editing. You can use this to figure out how to bill your time.

Paul McFedries


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Friday, March 10, 2017

Click and Type

Custom fields


It’s often useful to create “click-and-type” text placeholders. The idea is that you click the placeholder, and then you type the required text.

WordRibbon.Tips.net


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Saturday, March 04, 2017

Friday, February 24, 2017

Charts and Tables

Q&A

Word 2007-13 handles charts in a different manner than previously. The Excel Charting program is used instead of MSGraph.

Word Ribbon Tips


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Thursday, February 16, 2017

Style Sets

Formatting collections

Here is a tutorial about Style sets. You can develop and reuse your own collection of font/attribute choices.

How to use:


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Thursday, February 09, 2017

Language Formatting

Spell Check

When you use another language in your document, the spell checker will find errors in the text.
To avoid that, format the words with a language style.

TechRepublic.com


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Tuesday, January 31, 2017

Code Copy

Excel to Word

You can select, copy, and paste to put Excel data into a Word document, but this piece of VBA automates to process.


VBAExpress.com


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Sunday, January 29, 2017

Drag Query to Word

Drop in

Rather than duplicate the effort, an Access query can be dragged into a Word document.

TechRepublic.com


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Saturday, January 28, 2017

Quick Parts

Reusable

Word 2007+ uses the term Quick Parts for Building Blocks.
You can use any kind of content, including pictures, tables, document properties, hyperlinks, and more to create a building block.

Blogs.MSDN.com


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Friday, January 20, 2017

Make Templates

How to

This link tells what you need to know to create templates for your own or organizational use.

Office.Microsoft.com


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Saturday, January 14, 2017

Line Numbers

Count them all


  1. In Word, click Page Layout (File > Page Setup).

  2. Click Line Numbers.

  3. Choose Line Numbering Options.

  4. Click Line Numbering . . . .

  5. Put a check in the box labeled "Add line numbering."

  6. Set "Start at" to 1, "From text" to "Auto," and "Count by" to 1.

  7. Under "Numbering" select "Restart each page."

  8. Click OK.

  9. Click OK.

  10. Make sure you're looking at Print Layout.




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Saturday, January 07, 2017