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This past week I announced the update and release of books in the Word Indexes and Special Tables series. This series focuses (as you might guess) on how to create indexes, tables of contents, and other special tables, such as tables of authorities. There are four titles in this series, one each for Word 2007 users, Word 2010 users, Word 2013 users, and Word 2016 users.

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


WordTips (menu) for 18 August 2018

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Browsing by Heading

The Object Browser can be a great (albeit underused) way of navigating through your document. One handy way to move about is to browse based on the headings in your document.

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Maintaining Delivery Address Information for Envelopes

Using the Envelopes and Labels dialog box to print envelopes is quick and easy. It can also be frustrating, however, since the dialog box starts fresh (and empty) each time you display it. If you need to use a particular address on your envelopes more than once, then you'll want to pay attention to the various techniques discussed in this tip.

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Add UserForms to Your Macros

Still relying on message boxes and input boxes to communicate with the users of your macros? Take your macros to the next level by creating your own UserForms. Discover how in the information-packed Creating VBA UserForms course. Low cost; great instruction--check it out today!

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Creating an Index Entry

In order to create an index, you first need to create the entries that will be used to compile the index. Here's how you do that.

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Turning Off Highlighter Display

You can use the highlighter tool to add all sorts of color to your document. If you want to turn off those colors so that your highlighting doesn't show, you can do so by making a single configuration change.

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