Word Tips Express
Volume 1, Issue 2
December 2009 Issue
Happy New Year from Word Tips! I hope you have a happy holiday with family and friends as we ring in the new year and a new decade. May we all prosper in 2010 and beyond!
In this month's featured tutorial, we turn back the clock and replicate a toolbar found in older versions of Microsoft Word.
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Word 2007 Shortcuts:
Copy and Paste Formatting
This is the keyboard shortcut for the Format Painter, which is found in the ribbon on the Home tab.
To copy text formatting only, highlight the text you want to copy, then press CTRL + Shift + C. To paste the formatting, highlight the new text, then press CTRL + Shift + V.
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Save hours proofreading Microsoft Word documents for errors in consistency, such as hyphenation, heading styles, spelling, capitalization, and more.
PerfectIt is easy to use! It installs in Word 2007 and is accessible from the ribbon on the Add-ins tab.
Download the free trial and try it for yourself!
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Go Retro with the Quick Access Toolbar
If you miss the formatting toolbar from Micrsoft Word 2003, then check out this Quick Access Toolbar tutorial!
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