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First thing I would recommend is to enable "Track Changes" under the "Review" tab in Word. When this is enabled, edits made by different authors (as specified in the Word options) will be highlighted and can be searched easily using the "next change" option. With "Track Changes" enabled, you should have an easier time when trying to merge manually. This is ...
Note: This really should be asked as two separate questions, but since they are pertaining to the same document, I will give you both answers. Printing the page black and white is a printer setting. When you are at the print dialog, choose Printer Properties (or something similar depending on the printer), then choose Black & White. Formatting an ...
Do you need this to happen while you type? It’s fairly easy to do after you’ve finished typing. Just type your transcript as you’re doing it now, but without the Ctrl+Is: Then, bring up “Find and Replace”, click on More >>, click “Use wildcards”, Find ^013*^t, Replace with ^&, and format it as Italic. Then click on “Replace All”. If your ...
\u: Builds a table of contents by using the applied paragraph outline level (outline level: Paragraph formatting you can use to assign a hierarchical level (Level 1 through Level 9) to paragraphs in your document. For example, after you assign outline levels, you can work with the document in outline view or in the Document Map.). From here
As far as I know, that setting hasn't been available from the standard user interface for several versions of Word. You can still access it from the old "Mail Merge Helper...", which you can put in the Quick Access Toolbar (QAT), but I recommend that you do not use that Helper for anything else, because using it started causing one or two problems a few ...
In the new MS Office 365 (which is very similar to Office 2016) the shortcut is Ctrl + Alt + H.
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