Category Archives: Word
Tip #047 – Word
Word: Inserting One Document into Another
You have two Word documents that need to be combined into one. What to do? You have a few choices, depending on how you want the combine documents to behave.
Tip #060 – Word & PowerPoint
Word and PowerPoint: Great graphic tools
For those of you who let me know how exciting the last (Excel) tip was…Thank You. But…fasten your seat belts…this one is even more exciting. I kid you not!
Tip #073 – Word
WORD: Getting Rid of Word’s Automatic List Indent
Word now indents number and bullet lists – specifically .25” from the left margin.Read More
Tip #036 – Word
Cool Cut-Out Text
Ok – this is not something that will help you get your work done faster. But you’ll look so cool no one will care.
Tip #061 – Word and PowerPoint
Word and PowerPoint : Great graphic tools – PART 2
This continuing tip will deal with CROPPING and LAYERS.
Tip #054 – Word
Word: Setting the Default Paste Format
Scenario: You often copy then paste information from other sources (websites, other documents, etc) into your Word documents. You find yourself more-often-than-not using the PASTE-KEEP TEXT ONLY option so the incoming data blends seamlessly with your existing document text. Why do you have to do this? Because, the default paste option in Word is “Keep Source Formatting”.
Tip #076 – Word
Tip #030 – Word
How Readable are Your Documents?
The Flesch–Kincaid readability tests are designed to indicate comprehension difficulty when reading a passage of contemporary academic English. (Thank you, Wikipedia). The average person reads at a Grade 9 level. Easy reading range is 6-10.
To tell where you Word document stands…
Tip #032 – Word
Printing Ranges in a Sectioned Document
I’m afraid this tip will only be appreciated by the more advanced Word users. But remember – geeks are people too.
You have just printed a lengthy (Word) manual and notice a few typos on two or three of the pages. You fix the typos – but don’t want to have to reprint the entire document…Read More
Tip #084 – Word
Word (all versions – but these instructions are for 2013): Customized memo pads
I have been using these for years. Print out a page (divided into two memo pad pages) – take it to your local printer and they can print up pads of them – gummy binding and all. Makes great gifts too! And it’s easy-peasy!