Proposal, presentation and coordination professional possessing over fifteen years experience with diverse industries including investment banking, marketing, consulting, defense, aerospace and other contracting agencies. In depth software knowledge and certifications including Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) 2000 and 2003 certifications as well as extensive training and experience in Microsoft Office 2007, 2010, 2013 and Adobe products (CS6 & Acrobat X Pro). Projects have included production coordination, financial reporting, database maintenance, template design of various manuals, design of numerous high-end electronic presentations and form design. Years of experience as an operator and supervisor in multiple Microsoft Office based proposal centers in NYC, Connecticut and Colorado.
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Microsoft contracted me to build and update Word templates in Microsoft Office 2013. It had always been my goal to work with them. I currently have 200+ Word and PowerPoint templates published at Microsoft.com Word Template Downloads. Templates are provided at no cost from Microsoft in 2007, 2010 and 2013.
Many people view Microsoft Word as an electronic typewriter and do not understand the versatility of this robust program.
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Hi Lyn, I found this would be easier to demonstrate vs. writing out so I have included a Word video as well as Excel/Outlook combo. For improved video quality, click open (top right) or download. Preview
Hi Chris, My response is based on Office 2013 (may be different for other versions). 1. Insert picture 2. select picture (one at a time) 3. Choose rotate from the Format tab 4. Choose best option
Hi Chris, Extract your files to the desktop or other location (do not open from a zipped file). It does not matter where the zip file is located, by default files will open to the first version of Word
Hi Cory, If you get anything that has Office 365 you should be fine. Microsoft can save down to a lower version if needed. I would seek out advice from other individuals as well since I do not use tablets
Jackie, This is not a feature that is available in Word but is available in Excel and PowerPoint depending on set up options. If you would like to reduce font size of entire document proportionally
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