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In a Word table, the heading (or header) row is the first row in the table — the one that usually describes what each column contains. Without a heading row, readers can’t tell what the information in a table is or means. Making sure that the heading row appears on a new page if the […]

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We often work on a Microsoft Word document over a period of several days or even weeks. There are a number of ways to make it easy to open a document you recently worked on. You could look through your directories to find it, you could create an icon and save it on your desktop, […]

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You probably already know that you can use the “cut and paste” feature in Microsoft Word to copy one set of text to another place, but if you want to select several different pieces of text to cut and paste, it’s much easier to copy each snippet of text at once and have Word save […]

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Word’s AutoCorrect feature automatically corrects commonly misspelled words on the fly, with no intervention on your part. Here are a couple tips that can save you time with your legal drafting: Did you know that you can create an AutoCorrect entry for words you often misspell? Even though Word includes hundreds of commonly misspelled words […]

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