Microsoft Office templates are a powerful way to save lots of time when creating common forms of documents, since they let you get started on a document without beginning from scratch. Whether it be a report template in Word, a budget template in Excel, or a presentation template in PowerPoint, there are all sorts of...
Microsoft Word now arrives on our systems chocked full of useful templates, styles, and themes to help shape the layout of your document. Microsoft has created a pretty good system: immensely open for an absolute novice, but with enough depth to be consistently used throughout the business world.
Word's AutoText feature lets you store text and graphics to insert later. Any content you include regularly is an AutoText candidate. Once you create the entry, you can insert the entire element instead of retyping it. AutoText is similar to AutoCorrect, which replaces commonly misspelled words automatically.
Your computer is hanging. Same old Windows, right? Except you're using a brand new Windows 8.x or Windows 10 device, you've only had it a few days. So just what is going on? Investigating, you discover that your system drive is running at 100%. Surely this can't be right?
This is definitely a bug. I succeeded in fixing it as follows: 1. Put your cursor on the heading just right of the black box 2. Use the left arrow key on your keyboard to move left until the black box turns grey 3. Use the keyboard combination ctrl+shift+s, the dialog "Apply Styles" should appear 4.
I think I've finally figured out how to get proper multilevel numbering happening in Word 2007! A client called me in desperation -- they had an employment contract with multilevel numbering, but somewhere along the way the numbering got screwed. Instead of 12 followed by 12.1, 12.2, 12.3 etc.