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Have you looked at the Outline view? In that view, you can easily drag headings and their corresponding paragraphs around and change the level.


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The following article shows how to create a list style. I'm going to suppose you already did that, because i'd just plagiarize the article. http://shaunakelly.com/word/numbering/numbering20072010.html This will work: select all the paragraphs you want to change (thanks to Control-Selection) click the "Increase Indent" button The paragraph numbers ...


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Save your list of words using Notepad as a .DIC file. Ensure you select Unicode from the Encoding dropdown list next to the save button. Presuming that you are using Windows 7, place your new .dic file in the folder which corresponds with C:\Users{your username}\AppData\Roaming\Microsoft\UProof. Word 2007: Open Word and Click the Microsoft Office Button ...


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For Word 2010 Go to FILE > Options > Advanced scroll down to the header title "Print" Click or check the box that reads "Print fields codes instead of their values" Hope this helps.


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If at first you don't succeed: Since there were no responses yet I tried again. Even though "Insert/Equations" is grayed out, I clicked on it anyway and "Save Selection" was NOT grayed out. So it worked even though it looked like it might not.


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You want to use the mail merge feature in Word and select a data source. The data source can be another Word document, text file, Excel, Access, or any other data source that Windows (Admin Tools > Data Source) can process. Press F1 in Word 2013 for Help. In the Help search screen, type "mail merge". There will be some steps and even videos on how to ...


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I had this problem with text in a table. No font modifications affected it. I had created the table from a document scanned in as a pdf. Finally solved it by highlighting the offending text, browsing to home\styles and clicking to select 'normal'. This corrected the squashed text. I assume the imported data had a style associated with it that wasn't ...


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What I ended up doing making the image a watermark and embedding in the background of the document. I'm sure it's not the most elegant solution, but it worked.


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Had the same problem. I used Google docs instead of Word and it printed fine. It is certainly a problem with Word 2010. Change your version or use another word editor Cheers


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Also, once you've done that (added to quick menu) if you press ALT it should display what number the command is. You can then press ALT+Number and use the keyboard shortcut. I did what Westcoast recommended, and then when I press ALT it shows as number 4, so I press ALT+4 and it saves as PDF. Marvellous!


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Insert a Text wrapping break on the line you want to keep below the floating image. Click where the text wrapping break is to be inserted Click the Page Layout Tab In the Page Setup Area, from the Breaks dropdown, select Text Wrapping A text wrapping break ends the current line and forces the text to continue below a picture, table, or other item. ...


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If you mean a full line across the page, take a look at the solution to this question: Using Word, how can I create a document that looks like this? Select "Borders and Shading..." from the dropdown in the ribbon ("Paragraph" pane in the "Home" tab) Select the top and bottom borders on the right pane of the Borders tab Optionally, for spacing ...


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The above answer works, however, when converting the document to a PDF file it can discolor and any gradient graphic will not convert and will leave white or colored space. In that case you can get away with backing a photograph. Or create the gradient panel in powerpoint and save it as a picture, then insert in word. It may sound like a ridiculous ...



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