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Earlier, we posted a video on making a booklet in Word 2007.
Now, let's take a look at Word 2010...
Upgrading to Word 2010 from an early version of Word? Surprised by the default line spacing?
Word 2007 and Word 2010 have a different line spacing default than Word 2003 and earlier versions. Back in 2007, the product designers changed the default line spacing to improve document readability, according to a 2006 blog post by Stuart Stuple, one of the Microsoft Word program managers for Word 2007.
In addition to the default spacing change in Word 2007, Word 2010 introduces a paragraph spacing option that gives you even more control over your document style and appearance.
Find out how...
People often want to add the location of their document--the filename and the file path--to the header or footer. In Word 2010, you can do this by using field codes. It sounds more complicated than it is, so let's take a look.
For more information on field codes, see Insert and format field codes in Word.
-- Joannie Stangeland
This week's word is an acronym: TOC, for table of contents.
And it's a problem for some of our customers. Or it's a few problems.
We're going to take a look at two of those persistent issues.
On my post about how to add the file name and path to a header or footer, Steven asks a good question:
"Is there a way to save this into a shortcut for future use?"
I've found a few ways to do this...