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Labelling The Features In Microsoft Word

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Home About Me Advertise Labelling The Features In Microsoft Word By The Professional Assistant on Thursday, September 04, 2008 Filed Under: MS-Word , Productivity D o you create letters or labels in Microsoft Word ? One of my readers asks: I’ve been making labels in Microsoft Word using text boxes.

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Sorting Tables in Microsoft Word

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Home About Me Advertise Sorting Tables in Microsoft Word By The Professional Assistant on Wednesday, January 23, 2008 Filed Under: MS-Word , Productivity H ave you ever wondered or tried to sort a table within Microsoft Word ?

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Resizing Pictures in Microsoft Word

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Home About Me Advertise Resizing Pictures in Microsoft Word By The Professional Assistant on Tuesday, February 12, 2008 Filed Under: MS-Word Y our boss comes up to you and asks you to take a look at an e-mail that he/she just sent you. You open the e-mail and open the Microsoft Word attachment.

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4 Easy Steps To Setting Your Microsoft Word Language Default

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Do you keep using the English - US spell checker in Microsoft Word, but can't figure out how to change it and make something else the default? Do you reside in a country that is outside of the US? This happened to one of my colleagues.

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Copying Pictures To and From Microsoft Word

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Home About Me Advertise Copying Pictures To and From Microsoft Word By The Professional Assistant on Monday, January 28, 2008 Filed Under: MS-Word , Productivity H ave you ever wondered how to copy pictures from and to Microsoft Word ? Recently, someone asked me how this is done. It’s actually quite simple.

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Macros: Shortcuts To Productivity With Microsoft Word

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Home About Me Advertise Macros: Shortcuts To Productivity With Microsoft Word By The Professional Assistant on Monday, October 13, 2008 Filed Under: MS-Word , Productivity D o you know what a macro is? If you need to cut pieces here and there, use the clipboard function or open another Microsoft Word document to place text into.

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Keeping Words Together in Microsoft Word

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A quick way to keep words together in a Word document is to use the Shortcut Keys. Tags: splitting up names Keeping words together shortcut keys Administrative Assistant. For example, I never like to split a name up in a letter i.e. Mr. and Mrs. Smith. Instead of pressing the Spacebar after ‘Mrs.’,