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Fri
11
Apr
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Suppress Page Number on the First Page in MS Word 2007

One of my subscribers wrote to me recently asking how to suppress the page numbering on the first page of her document. She said she knew how to do it in an earlier version of MS Word but the latest version was giving her problems. Luckily, it is a ... very simple fix. Follow the steps below to learn how: Click on the Insert ribbon and select Page Numbers. Choose the format of your liking. Then, click on the Page Layout Ribbon. Click the arrow in the lower right-hand corner of the Page Setup group and select Different First page from the Layout tab that of the dialog box that appears. Click OK. ... (view more)

Thu
27
Mar
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Add a Border to a Title Page in MS Word

MS Word's Borders and Shading feature allows you to control exactly where to place a border in a document. For example, let's say you want only your title page to have a border along the left and right margins. Follow the steps below to make it ... happen: Select the title page. Go to Format | Borders and Shading. On the Page Border tab, select a setting. Decide on your formatting by making selections from the Line Style, Art, Width, and Color drop-down lists. In the Preview section, click the buttons to turn off the border at the top and bottom margins. Select This Section - First Page Only from ... (view more)

Wed
06
Feb
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Shrinking a Document to Fit your Page: MS Word

Once you have created a document you notice that one or two lines flow over onto the next page. What do you do? Wouldn't it be nice if you could make it all fit onto one page without going through a lot of rigorous formatting changes? Well you can! ... There is a nifty feature in MS Word that will allow you to shrink your document to fit on one page. Follow the steps below to learn how: Click on File | Print Preview. Click on the Shrink to Fit button. That's how simple it really is! When you become a member at CarolsCornerOffice.com, you have access to this and many, many more articles that ... (view more)

Tue
29
Jan
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Shrinking to Make a Document Fit on Your Page: MS Word

I am sure that you have on more than one occasion run into the problem where you have just completed a document and it is perfect except that the last sentence of two flows over onto the next page. Wouldn't it be wonderful if you could have that ... document fit on one page without going to a lot of trouble to change the formatting? Well you can absolutely make that happen in MS Word! Follow the steps below to learn how: Launch MS Word if it is not already open. Open the offending document that will not fit onto one page. Click on File | Print Preview. Select Shrink to Fit. That's really all ... (view more)

Wed
23
Jan
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Automatically Align Tables To Formatting In Page Layout: MS Word

When you have a document that contains tables and you decide to change the page setup, by default, tables will not change their width to match your formatting. For instance, say you have created a table that extends from the 1.0" page margin on the ... left to the 1.0" page margin on the right. Should you decide to change the margins to 0.5", the table moves to the left. You could try to reposition your table by clicking and dragging the table borders so they continue to extend to the right margin or you could try formatting the columns and their contents to achieve that result. ... (view more)

Mon
21
Jan
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Keep With Next: MS Word

It is very frustrating to see headings as the last line on a page, or referred to and then displayed on the following page. This can easily be prevented with one click. There are four different advanced page layout commands and you should be aware ... of how they relate to one another. Follow the steps below to learn how: In Word versions 97-2003, click on Format | Paragraph. In Word 2007 Click on ALT + H for Home and the Paragraph Group.) Click the Line and Page Breaks tab. The first four options are the ones that you should consider: Keep with next - keeps both the selected paragraph(s) and the ... (view more)

Tue
11
Dec
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Multiple Footnotes with the Same Reference in MS Word

Recently a reader wrote to me about Multiple Footnotes with the same reference. Her question was: "I know how to do footnotes ... (view more)

Fri
30
Nov
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Al Gore's Website Hit by Spammers

Talk about 'An Inconvenient Spoof'; the website for Al Gore's documentary An Inconvenient Truth has been breached by hackers. The blog page of climatecrisis.net has been altered to include links to more than eighty pages, each named after a ... different product from an online pharmacy. The products include Viagra, Vicadin and Prozac. (Source: theregister.co.uk ) The links only appear in the page's source code (which tells the computer what to display). They aren't ordinarily visible on-screen to site visitors, so it seems likely the hackers are not intending to lure people directly to their site ... (view more)

Thu
04
Oct
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'Hide Folder Hibit', and 'Page Nest'

Hide Folder Hibit Protect any folder or file by hiding, locking, encrypting or otherwise. The protected folders or files are still protected even in other computers, and you can lock files on one computer and unlock them on another. ... http://falcon-soft.com/hibit/ Page Nest Copy your favorite webpages to hard disk with PageNest. Give PageNest the address of a website and it will copy either the page, or the entire site (whichever you prefer) to your hard disk. It will create an exact copy of what you see on the internet including html, images and css. PageNest can be used to create a 'cache' of ... (view more)

Tue
25
Sep
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Share your Stuff with Google Shared Stuff

Google is showing no signs of slowing down: the web giant has just released a new service called Shared Stuff, which lets users share information like images, videos and bookmarks with their friends. The Inquirer's Martin Veitch calls it "a cross ... between a personal web page, Delicious and Digg," which he says will be surprisingly appealing. (Source: theinquirer.net ) In typical Google fashion, Shared Stuff was created to be extremely user friendly. A simple click of a button will share any webpage that you have visited. You can also enter a description and tags for each shared web page. ... (view more)

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