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20
Jul
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Hiding Text in MS Word Documents

There may be times when you would like to share most of a document, but not all of it. There are many different reasons why you might like to do this, such as hiding the technology jargon in a software rollout document being sent to customers. You ... might like to include the technology jargon in the document that is being sent to the customer's IT department, but you do not want to overwhelm your customer with too much technical detail. Fortunately, you can accomplish this task in MS Word rather easily. Follow the steps below to learn how: Select the text in your document that you would like to ... (view more)

Wed
06
May
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Change the Default Font in MS Word 2007

The default font in Word 2007, Calibri, is great but if you do not care for it you can change it permanently. Follow the steps below to learn how: Press CTRL + D. Select the font you would like to use. Click the Default button. This will change the ... default font in the template called Normal, which will be applied to all documents that use the Normal style. When you become a member at CarolsCornerOffice.com, you have access to this and many, many more articles that include screenshots. Don't delay: visit us today! (view more)

Wed
07
Nov
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Setting The Default Font In Outlook 2007

Don't like the default font in Outlook 2007? Well the good news is that you can change it fairly easily! Follow the steps below: Click Tools |Options. Select the Mail Format tab. Click Stationery and Fonts. Once the Signatures and Stationery dialog ... box appears, be sure that you are on the Personal Stationery tab Click Font You can then select your choice of font, style, size, color, and effect. Click OK until you exit. That's it! You're finished! When you become a member at CarolsCornerOffice.com, you have access to this and many, many more articles that include screenshots. Don't delay: ... (view more)

Fri
04
May
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Embedding a Font in a PowerPoint Presentation: MS PowerPoint

To ensure that the formatting of your slides remains static when a presentation is opened by someone else, you should stay with the default fonts that ship with Windows. It is not guaranteed, but usually it is safe to use Arial or Times New Roman ... fonts. Having said that, your presentation stands out from the mundane when you use different fonts. Using one or two different fonts within your presentation makes it more interesting. The only drawback to that is that if your audience doesn't have the fonts that you used installed their system, then PowerPoint will select a font substitution and it ... (view more)

Thu
22
Mar
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'Ie7 Pro', and 'Font Forge'

Ie7 Pro IE7pro is an add-on for IE 7 which adds lots of features and extras to make your IE easier, more useful, secure and customizable. You can use IE7pro as Tab Mix, AD Blocker, Flash Block, Super Drag Drop, Crash Recovery, Proxy Switcher, Mouse ... Gesture, Tab History Browser, Web Accelerator, User Agent Switcher, Webpage Capturer, Greasemonkey for IE and etc. Using IE7pro, you can Close/Open tab by double left click, build your own greasemonkey script, switch proxy, switch user agent, block ads and flash, recover browser crash, apply super drag drop, auto scroll page, manage tab history, ... (view more)

Tue
19
Dec
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Create A Shortcut To Your Favorite Font: MS Word

Create a keyboard shortcut and apply your most-wanted Word fonts wherever and whenever you want. You like to use the Courier New font in your Word publications, but you'd rather not navigate the long list of fonts in the Formatting toolbar every ... time you need to use it. Rather than clicking through the toolbars and menus to find your favorite font, you can create a keyboard shortcut -- and never have to search for the font again. Follow the steps below to create your shortcut: Go to Tools | Customize. On the Commands tab, click the Keyboard button. Under Categories, click Fonts. Under Fonts, ... (view more)

Tue
31
Oct
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Change and Replace Text Fonts: MS PowerPoint

When you want to make two or more changes to font characteristics at the same time, or to change a bit of text or a character in some specialized way, the Font dialog box in MS PowerPoint is the best place to go. The dialog box not only gives you ... most control over the formatting process but you also have access to commands, such as Subscript or Emboss, that are not available on the toolbar. Clearly, it's also more efficient to change several attributes at one time. To access the Font format dialog box in PowerPoint, follow the steps below: Select the text or slide that you want to format. ... (view more)

Fri
09
Jun
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Insert Symbols: MS Word

In your documents, sometimes you have to include symbols other than the standard letters, numbers and characters that appear on the keyboard. MS Word has many interesting symbols for you to use: everyday items such as the degree symbol (98.6°),  ...Greek letters (ΦΒΚ or ψ), letters needed in foreign words (such as résumé or Senõr), and even cute little pictures (such as  and §). You must use these symbols when they're needed in the text, but the pictures, sometimes called "dingbats," can be used for decoration. To begin, click to the insertion point where you ...view more)

Thu
08
Jun
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Copy Formatting: MS Word

After you've gone to the trouble to apply all the various formatting options to your text, you may want to reproduce specific formatting in several places in your document. For example: suppose you decide that the body of a report looks fine with an ... 11-point Courier New font, but for definition, you decide to make the headings 14-point Arial Bold Italic in blue, with a bold blue underline. It would take a lot of time to highlight each bit of text and apply all those formatting commands. Instead, you can save time by copying the format you've already applied to text. At first, you might think ... (view more)

Wed
07
Jun
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Change the Default Font: MS Word

MS Word's default font is Times New Roman (12-point), a readable serif font suitable for most personal and business text. This default font setting is fine for most applications, but perhaps you'd like to distinguish your documents from ... run-of-the-mill by using a different font, such as Verdana. Rather than continually having to change the font for all your documents, you can change the default font (once) via your preferences: There's no need to select text. Simply choose Format | Font and click the Font tab. Set the options you want to use as a default. Click the Default button. This opens ... (view more)

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