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You can do this using styles. Create one new style for the first column and another for the second. (When I tested this, I called them First Column and Second Column, so I'll use those names in the rest of the answer.) When you've created the styles, apply First Column to the text in the first column. Select some or all of that text and then use the ...


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To fix issue like this in Microsoft Word where the Synonyms for a particular document is in different language or the proofing language/spell check is changed to French, Spanish, etc; First select all the document (shortcut Ctrl + A) and navigate to Review Tab > Language > Set Proofing Language and then in the pop up , make sure the check-box "Detect ...


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Finally figured it out. References tab Table of contents -> Insert table of contents Options button Go though and remove the numbers against all items in style: Add a number corresponding to the level you wish against the heading you wish, in my case a 1 against "Question"


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I found a solution: Create a new section (Page layout > Breaks > New section). Change to landscape (Page Layout > 'More'button > Landscape && Apply to: This section). Double-click on the header area to open the 'Header & Footer Tools'. Click on the header area at the top of the page. Un-select 'Header & Footer Tools' > Design > Different ...


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In 2010: I opened a blank document, set it up to view the way I wanted, then did a Save As, and now Word is opening normally again. A simple Save didn't work had to Save As. Apparently some document that a coworker had me work on (that she had started on) screwed up my default settings when I did a Save As.


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Just like in the old days of HTML, creating a table that has the size of the entire page with two rows will do the trick. You can anchor the table to the page. Inside each table cell, you can select horizontal and vertical alignment. As an alternative, you can create one table cell, make sure the document text goes around or above & below it and anchor ...



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