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Check out this great resource for Microsoft Word: Word Tips! The following summary comes from the homepage:

Do you have a Microsoft Word problem that is tying you (and your stomach) in knots? Are you about to throw your shoe through your monitor because you can't get Word to act properly?

Believe me...IT'S NOT YOUR FAULT!

Microsoft Word is an incredibly powerful program, but it can be incredibly frustrating. Sometimes it just doesn't work like you expect. And there is nothing more frustrating than being up to your elbows in alligators with deadlines, only to be stopped cold by a word processor that isn't doing what you need.

Well, the good news is that relief is available—right here, right now. I have the answers to your Microsoft Word questions, and those answers are free! This site contains thousands of tips and tricks on how to use Word better, faster, and more easily. You can quickly access the answers you need in two ways:

  1. Browse through the index by clicking on the links. (A bracketed number after a topic indicates the number of articles related to that topic.)
  2. Enter your question or keywords in the search box at the top-right corner of every page.

Information in this site covers many different versions of Microsoft Word for the PC: Word 6, Word 95, Word 97, Word 2000, Word 2002, Word 2003, and Word 2007. Tips are clearly marked as to the versions to which they apply.

Onward to Word Tips.

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