Thanks, and a Reminder

Last week I mentioned that my middle son was getting married,and many of you responded by wishing the newlyweds well. Speaking on behalf of my family, I appreciate your kind remarks and wishes. They were very warmly received.

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I hope that you enjoy the tips in this week's newsletter.

—Allen
     

WordTips (menu) for 25 June 2016

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Converting to Automatic Endnotes

When you add endnotes to a document, they are automatically maintained and renumbered by Word, as necessary. If you get a document that doesn't use Word's endnoting system, you may wonder how you can convert those manual endnotes to automatic ones. Here are some ideas you can try.

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Brackets around Footnote References

When you insert footnotes in a document, Word allows you to modify the formatting applied to the footnote references. What it doesn't allow is for you to specify any extra characters that should be included with the reference. Here's a way you can add any extra characters you want, such as a set of brackets.

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Discover the Power of Styles

The real power behind formatting documents in Word is wielded through styles. Discover how to use styles and you can format documents faster, easier, and more consistently than ever before. Here's the way to unlock the secret.

 
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Setting the Starting Line Number

You are not limited to starting the line numbering in a document with 1. You can, instead, start the numbering at any other value you want. This is real handy when you have multiple documents that need to be printed, in order.

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Graphics
Selecting a Graphic that is Behind Text

Position a graphic so that it is "behind" your text, and it may seem like you can no longer select the graphic. Here's how you can get to that graphic, even if it is obscured by your text.

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