I've set up a Word file with 2 columns. The document will consist of both text and graphics. When I insert a graphic I usually have to resize it to fit the width of the column, so I wondered if there was a way to automate this, ie. I insert the image and it resizes to fit the width of the column automatically. Is this possible?
Also just a second question: the document has had a set of styles set up. I have 6 points of space below each of the body text paragraphs. This works ok except that when I have a bulleted list (which doesn't have any space after each bullet) there ends up being no space above the paragraph following the bulleted list. I have to manually add space either before the para or after the final bullet point.
Since the document will eventually be handed off to someone else to format, I wanted to make it as easy as possible, so I wondered if there's a way to target the last bullet in a style definition for a bulleted list so that the final bullet only has the 6 points of space after it?
Appreciate any assistance.