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In this video, we take a look at how numbering works with Word's built-in footnote and endnote function. Not only does Word automatically number your notes for you, but also you can choose different numbering formats and change the starting value.
You can learn more about working with footnotes and endnotes at Office.com.
-- Ron Owens
Want to put a different slant on your document?
In Word 2010, you can rotate a text box. Just grab the green handle and drag to the angle that you want.
But in earlier versions of Word, you need to change your text box to a picture. It sounds tricky, but Doug Thomas, Mr. Office Casual, shows you the workaround.
Are you having trouble getting your pages to break where you want them to in Word 2010? Do you have unwanted blank pages in your document? In this video, we look at how manual and automatic page breaks work in Word. I show you how to reveal special formatting characters in your document that are designed to let you know how paragraph formatting may affect your page flow.
You can find more information on inserting and controlling page breaks in Word 2010 at Office.com.
How do you add a table of contents, or TOC, to your document?
How do you add a separate table of contents for each section?
How do you create a table of contents for multiple documents?
We have help...
In this video, I'll show you a quick way to change page margins in Word 2010. I'll also demonstrate a little-known feature in Word for clearly revealing exactly where the text boundaries are in your document. No more ambiguity!
You can find more information about changing page margins at Office.com.
Chris Bryant brought up a spelling issue over on his Cleanup on Aisle 7 blog--namely that Word might flag a word and then provide the wrong answer. Actually, Word provides a list of answers, but then you have to pick the right one.
And sometimes, the word isn't wrong in the first place, but it might not be in the dictionary that Word is using.
Just like the universe, the dictionary is expanding--and you can expand your Word dictionary to fit your world...
Give your Word 2010 documents instant visual appeal with very little effort by using the new screen clipping tool in Word 2010 and other Office 2010 programs.
Click Screenshot on the Insert tab in the Illustrations group, choose an open file, and the screen capture is inserted directly into your open Word 2010 document. Or choose a file, crop part of the screenshot, and see the cropped portion appear in your document. Watch this quick video to learn how.
This video covers two issues people commonly encounter when working with equations in Microsoft Word 2010.
In the first case, the button is "grayed-out," and you can't even click it. Frustrating!
In the second situation, people want to align the operators of multiple equations.
Let's take a look.
You can find more help with equations on Office.com.
-- Joannie Stangeland
Footers. They can be extremely helpful, and they can be annoyingly unruly.
Two Microsoft Word Facebook fans faced some of these challenges last week, and shared with the community.
So, Christie and Rick, this blog post is dedicated to you...
You won't find an undo command to return your document to a single-column format in Word 2010.
But you can undo multiple columns in a document by clicking the Page Layout tab, clicking Columns, and then clicking One to reformat your entire document as one column.
Do you have Word tips or tricks to share? Send them our way.
--Leslie H. Cole