I am taking a fiction writing class and we have been instructed to "break" a convention of writing. I would like to break the convention of traditonal paragraph writing by writing around each edge of the paper in a spiral and not down the page as is traditional.
How do I do this in MS Word. I know how to change the page orientation from portrait to landscape, but the words follow the orientation of the page and won't let me type along each margin.
Nice table. Huge mess.
Maybe this was something you created way back before you figured out tabs or a document you received from someone else. Either way, using the spacebar to separate the columns resulted in a mess. Trying to convert text to t…
When I started this series, I used the term CommandBars because that is the Office Object class that it discusses. Unfortunately, when Microsoft introduced Office 2007, they replaced the standard Commandbar menus with "The Ribbon" and rem…
This Micro Tutorial well show you how to find and replace special characters in Microsoft Word. This is similar to carriage returns to convert columns of values from Microsoft Excel into comma separated lists.