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We've been seeing questions about how to set up and print an envelope--not a slew of envelopes in a mail merge, but just one.So our Word of the week is envelopes.Let's take a look:
If your Word document contains footnotes or endnotes,
Word will automatically place a small line between the body
text and the note text. This line is called the note separator. You can change the footnote or endnote separator to whatever you like or you can remove it by following the steps in this video.
For more information, see Insert or create footnotes and endnotes.
-- Ron Owens
Yes, it's two words--but two questions come up a lot:
● How do you put a tab stop in a table cell?● How do you get those dotted underlines below the tab stops, like you see in a table of contents. (We call them "dot leaders.")
To put a tab stop in a table cell, hold down the CTRL key while you press the TAB key.Dot leaders are just a bit more involved. We'll show you both:
We get a lot of comments from people who have added a header or a
footer and can't get back to the body of their document. You
have a couple of options.
This works the same way in Word 2010 and Word 2007.Here's
what it looks like:
You can find more header and footer details in for Word 2010 in
or remove headers, footers, and page numbers. For Word 2007, see Insert
headers and footers.