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Use the Go To command in Word 2007 to send the insertion pointer to a specific page or line or to the location of a number of interesting things that Word can potentially insert in your document. [more…]
If you’re a keyboard shortcut junkie, you probably want to create your own keyboard shortcuts. Luckily, Word 2007 lets you assign the styles, macros, and other goodies you use most often to handy keyboard [more…]
There are five different types of styles in Word 2007 — paragraph, character, linked, table, and list — and each of them serves a different purpose. [more…]
Word 2007 is quite smart when it comes to saving files. Whichever format was used to open the document, Word chooses the same format for writing the document back to disk. For example, when you open a [more…]
Sometimes you need to print only one specific page in a Word 2007 document, such as when the printer messes up a page in a document and you need to print only that specific page again. [more…]
Word 2007 creates numbered lists automatically when you use the List buttons on the Ribbon or Word’s AutoCorrect feature. If you already have some text that you want to make into a numbered list, you can [more…]