Sorting in Word

Sorting in Word

What do you mean, Sorting in Word – that’s Excel, surely? Normally, I’d agree with you – we use Excel for “Number crunching”, working with lists, etc and we use Word for writing articles or letters – or even Blog posts – but occasionally, it...
Table of Contents in Word

Table of Contents in Word

When do you need a Table of Contents? In my view, it doesn’t really make sense to go to the trouble of creating a Table of Contents (easy though the process is) until you’ve a document that’s a few pages long that incorporates a number of headings....
Styles in Word

Styles in Word

What are Styles in Word? At their most basic, Styles in Word are a quick way of applying a number of formats to a font in one go. By applying a Style to a block of text, you can, at a single click, change it from the default “Calibri 11” to Arial, Size 16,...
Accents in word

Accents in word

Black country or French accents? No, I’m not referring to the mellifluous tones of my Black Country accents, here, but the little marks above letters (usually in foreign languages, but occasionally in English, too when we’ve appropriated a word – such as...

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