I'be been using Word and other Windows Office software for a long time now and am happy to help you find a solution to to your problem or query. Sometimes I may not have the answer, but hopefully I can put you in the right direction!
Word: experienced with tables, mail merge, graphics, paragraph styles, sections, tables of contents/index. Excel: some formula experience and happy to help find the right formula for the required output.
Word is a great word processing package that includes many desktop publishing features.
If you know something about Word that I don't know, I am keen to learn more!
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Hi Brenda If your printer is not printing to scale, then this is an issue with your printer, not with Word. The only setting that might affect this is if you have chosen something before printing
Hi there Angie To create the TOC, you must first ensure that all the headings that you want to include in it are formatted with the right paragraph styles (it sounds like you have done this). I don't
Hi there Jessica I'm not entirely clear on what you mean. You can most certainly use an Excel spreadsheet as your data source.. and then it is just a case of placing the appropriate field links in your
Hi there Chris, This is quite easy. Go to View - Macros - Create Macro. In the Macros Dialogue, enter a name into the Macro Name field... such as "Jones" or whatever makes sense for you. Now click
Hi there Richard I have to admit I haven't come across this exact problem... Here is an answer on a forum (Mac) that may be helpful for you: http://forums.macrumors.com/showthread.php?t=1436839.
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