Another Holiday!

Most people know that earlier this month folks in the United States celebrated Independence Day. Well, for those of us in Utah, there is second major holiday (a state holiday) that occurs during the month. This past week, on July 24, our state celebrated what is known as Pioneer Day.

This day celebrates July 24, 1847, the day that the first pioneers entered the Great Salt Lake Valley and started establishing the first permanent settlements in what would later (in 1896) become the state of Utah.

The day is marked by parades, picnics, fireworks, and outdoor activities. In our neighborhood I believe there were just as many fireworks set off as there were three weeks before, for Independence Day. We even had a block party that drew dozens of people to our front yards.

With two major holidays, July tends to be a pretty busy months for Utah residents. The festivities are all over now, however, and we will soon enter the not-so-hectic days of August.

I hope you have a great week and enjoy the tips in this issue of the newsletter.


WordTips (menu) for 26 July 2014

Absolutely Getting Rid of Formatting

Need to get rid of the formatting applied to a bunch of text? One of the easiest ways to do this is to use Notepad in conjunction with Word.

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Adding Gridlines to a Table

You can easily add borders to your table cells. This tip shows you how.

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Discover More About Microsoft Word!

You can find focused information to help you master Word's powerful tools, extend your use of Word, and discover exciting possibilities. Get the answers you need with one of our Tips.Net e-books focusing on Word. Great value you can download today!

Keyboard Changes to Unwanted Foreign Language

There you are typing along, minding your own business, when wham! You end up in an entirely different language and you don't know how you got there. There are a few things you can check out and correct.

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Dealing with the X of Y Bug

Have you ever printed a document, only to see that the page numbers are incorrect on the printout? If so, it could be due to the "x of y" bug, which has hounded Word for years.

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