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Word Tips

All of us use Microsoft Word every day. But do you really know all of the amazing features lurking just beneath the surface? Business Management Daily does.

Our team of Microsoft Office experts and skilled trainers will share Word tips that allow to create documents practically suitable for framing!

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A Master Document is a collection of links to other documents that can be viewed and printed as though it were a single document. So, how does this work?
If you copy and paste data into a Word document, but you would prefer to see it as a table, follow these steps.
Deal with mysterious formatting in the middle of your paragraph in one or more words ... Access your Paste Special options quickly with Ctrl+Alt+V ... Keep track of word and character counts, as well as other document statistics.
Click on the Dialog Box Launchers to find old familiar screens.
If you frequently write letters to the same few people, having documents that are partially formatted with dropdown menus can save you the hassle of copying and pasting from old documents all the time.
Q. Where's the old Find/Replace dialog box in Word 2010?
Type your text string, for example,  “a 501(c)3 organization.” Select it, then click on the File tab (or Office button) and Options (or Word Options) ...

How do you decide when to use a template in Word and when to use a Macro? Generally, if you want to change text already on the page, a Macro is the right answer. If you want to create a document with a predetermined layout and formatting, a template would be ideal.

Q. Can I have a shortcut to insert a Quick Part?

Word Macros

by on August 25, 2012 11:00am
in Office Technology,Word Tips

Q. Can I set up a macro to run automatically in a Word template?
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