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 Author Robert Bogue  Views 56 View Original Article

Sometimes you need the same piece of text used multiple times over tons of different documents. It could be a short piece of text, like a slogan or trademark, or a longer paragraph. In Word, you can create, or record, a macro, as I’ll show you in this quick tip, and use that macro in all sorts of documents, removing the need to copy and paste from one document to the next. See more quick tips here: Quick Tips for Microsoft Office Applications. The post Quick Tip: Microsoft Word: Record a …
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