There is not much to report from the Wyatt household this week; things have been rather quiet on the home front. (I'm sure this is just the calm before the storm of the coming holidays.)
So, without futher ado, let's jump right to the tips!
Creating custom AutoText entries is not only extremely helpful, but very easy. This tip explains how.
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When generating an index, Word normally uses a dash to indicate page ranges. You can change the character used for these ranges by using a switch in the index field.
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If your copy of Word seems to be slowing down a lot lately, it could be time to do some remedial work on your system. This tip provides a "high level" look at what things you may need to check.
Em dashes are often used to combine independent clauses or to signal digression within a sentence. Here's how to add one of these essential elements.