I am updating a user manual that was initially written by somebody else. I know that most manuals are not written in Word, but our office only uses Microsoft Office applications.
I am doing fairly well, creating and applying "styles".
A lot of the directions in this manual require updated screenshots of the program it documents.
… It's a big mess.
One thing I am attempting to do is add “call outs” or Note text boxes like those seen in modern software manuals. I am attempting to do this with the Text box feature. However, I am having a hard time making them uniform in size and positioning.
Does Word offer a way to manage the size and other properties of textboxes, similar to the way it allows you to manage text in styles? I feel that this could (or should) be possible.
Is it possible to manage Text Boxes the same way you can manage styles?