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In this week's webinar, you'll learn about using forms in Word, including working with templates, personalizing, and locking the form.
What you will learn at Tuesday's webinar:
I don't know how it happened, but I've ended up being the designated organizer for our large, extended-family camping trips. I think it's because I love organizing things (some may call it being bossy) and I like laying out information clearly and visually. That way, no one forgets the barbecue sauce or the key-lime pie we all look forward to!
Word tables make my job really easy, so I'm going to show you how I set up our meal plans using them.
Watch this video to find out how to how to use 1, 2, 3 page numbering in the main part of a document and i, ii, iii page numbering in the appendices:
-- Joannie Stangeland
Edna Jean's parents aren't sure about Conrad taking her to the prom, even though he's her "hunky wunk". Then she tells them that in Word, he can make table headers repeat over multiple-page tables. Will this seal the deal with Edna Jean's parents?
This week's webinar is a bit of cooking class. The dish? Fresh Mail Merge. This is a process, not just a few clicks. We'll show you some free tools at Office.com that we’ll show you, including a cookbook (of sorts). Go to http://aka.ms/offweb for more information on how to join the series.
What you will learn at Tuesday’s webinar:
In Microsoft Word, you can convert a table into text, and vice versa. In this video, you'll learn how to change names and addresses in a table into a list separated by commas.
When the default line spacing in documents changed from single spacing in Word 2003 to a slightly roomier 1.15 spacing in Word 2007 and Word 2010, customers asked the inevitable: Why did the default line spacing change? And how do I change it back?
The short answer is that the default line spacing changed in Word 2007 to make online documents more readable. If you want to change the default line spacing in Word 2007 or Word 2010, or learn how to set the line spacing in a single document, here are the best resources we've found for step-by-step instructions.
So why does the title of this post emphasize adding just a page number? Because in Word, you add page numbers to a header or a footer, which means to perform this simple task, you need to know how they work.
When someone needs a new resume, he or she either starts from scratch or searches the Web for a template. What they don't know is that access to free resume templates is hiding in plain sight in Word. All you have to do in Word is click New, look under Office.com Templates, and make your pick. The trickiest part of creating a resume is gearing it to a particular profession. Learn how Word can help you out here, too.