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For our last blog post of the year, we took a look back to see which ones you read the most. It’s no surprise that the top five were tips—the shorter the better for reading at work.
Who knew that the lowly footnote would rise to the top? Or the line that separates your notes from your text? If those picky details are taking too much of your time, watch this video: Change the footnote or endnote separator.
It's great to keep track of all your changes. But then how do you get rid of that markup when your document is done? Or how do you avoid confusion when your suggestions are starting to look like spaghetti? Can you hide them? What if your document contains hidden markup that you don't even know about? Tracked changes is a really helpful tool, but questions like these need answers, making this track changes post one of the most read.
Why is there a lot of empty space at the top of my document? How do I change the size of my page margins, and why do some page elements make my margins seem larger than they are? The trick? Show the boundaries of the text on your page. Want a longer explanation? Ron Owens shares his page margin tips.
Coming in at number two in our count down: business cards. Yes, Publisher's still the better program for creating them--but it's possible to make business cards in Word, at least until we have the 3-D holograms.
And the number one Word blog post for 2011: Line spacing—how to change the space between each line and paragraph. We chalk up its popularity to the default spacing that ships with Word: 1.15 between lines, with extra blank space between paragraphs. Either you like it, or you don't. Or maybe you want to set your own customized line spacing as your default.
-- Joannie Stangeland
Very nice overview of very useful tips, thanks!
I bet that if Doug /had/ made the 90 seconds to print his business cards in Word then this tip would have made first place ;-)
Thanks! very interesting! :)
I did not save the word file and the computer shut down itself. How I can retrive the word file? Please you urgent help!