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    Help! Word Looks Like Graph Paper

    I have received frantic e-mails and phone calls from clients telling me that all of a sudden when they open Word their document opens up with a strange graph paper effect. Well, there are a couple of reasons why this may have happened, but the most likely reason is that the drawing grid has been […]

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    What To Do With Long Address Lines In Word

    Word will create address labels for you from data that has been stored in a different source (i.e., Access database or Excel workbook). Essentially, Word takes the information from those sources and places it into the format that you designate in Word. Because it has been put into Word format, it it now possible that […]

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    How to Split a Word 2010 Document

    Not sure what key combination I accidentally hit the other day in my office while working on a document (time sensitive of course) but lo and behold I suddenly had a split screen in front of me! Half of my document was in the top screen and the other half was in the bottom. Now, […]

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    How to Use Custom Footnote Marks in Word

    As you know, footnotes are used in documents to provide references or annotations. It is very easy to insert automatic footnotes in documents using Word, but suppose you would like to use a custom footnote mark? Turns out you can do this and just as easily as you insert the automatic footnotes! Follow the steps […]

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    How to Add Cross-References to Footnotes in Word 2013

    In Academia there are often very lengthy documents that have myriad footnotes and they sometimes necessitate cross-referencing. This often occurs in technological business manuals as well. The issue here is that when you use automatic footnote numbering the cross-references can be a burden if you have to update them manually. Fortunately, Word allows you to […]