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Customize! 5 table of contents tricks

The Word 2010 gallery makes adding a basic table of contents quick: Click the References tab, click Table of Contents, and then click the gallery table of contents you want. But what if you want more? What if your table of contents needs to provide different information–more levels, or fewer levels? What if you want a table of contents at the beginning of each chapter? What if you want to…

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Business cards in Word

If you’re going to use Word to create your business cards, your next best bet is to start with a template from Office.com. The business card shown here is a template on Office.com. With a template, you can include graphics on your business card–for example, your company logo. Just be sure to note what size card the template uses. If you want to make a business card that has text…

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Field codes: Not just for geeks

We used to think of them as an acquired taste reserved for those especially tech-savvy users. But field codes are behind a lot of things in your document–for example, your table of contents. And they can be used for many more, such as that filename and path in your header, or page x of y pages in the footer, or anytime you want to add information (such as a title)…

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Add or delete rows or columns in a table (video)

You can add or delete rows or columns in a table by using the commands in the Rows & Columns group on the ribbon. (The Rows & Columns group is on the Table Tools Layout tab, which appears when you click in the table.) You can also add or delete a table row or column by clicking the row or column, right-clicking, and then clicking an Insert or Delete command…