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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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    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 Create an Interactive Form in Word 2010

    Creating forms in Word is easy – folks do it all the time! But suppose you want a form that folks can fill in – on their computer? Not to worry! Turns out you can do this, and fairly painlessly as well! You will need to use the Developer tab in order to create your […]

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    How to Copy Word 2010 Table Fill Colors

    Sometimes you have a table with a fill color in the top row to make it stand out. But how about if you decide you would like to have that exact same fill color in another row in your table to draw the reader’s eyes to it? How would you go about copying it? Your […]

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    How to Change Return Address Location in Word 2010

    The Envelope feature in Word is pretty intuitive and fairly easy to use so that you can create really professional looking envelopes that rival the ones you get at the Stationers. Word makes it so easy in fact, that it takes the liberty of assuming where your return address and addressee information should be placed. […]

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    How to Show Keyboard Shortcuts on ScreenTips in Word 2010

    Normally ScreenTips will appear when you position your mouse over a toolbar button. Their function is to display a hint about what the button does. Go ahead and hover your cursor over the Underline tool on the Home tab of your Ribbon and you will see a ScreentTip telling you “Underline.” But, if you would […]