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How to paste as unformatted text using a shortcut in MS Word
How to paste as unformatted text using a shortcut in MS Word
Those who regularly work with a MS Word often use 'Paste Special-->Paste as unformatted text' tool to get a text from outside in a proper format. Normally this task is accomplished through several clicks. In this tutorial Iíll illustrate how to create a special macro and assign it to the keyboard shortcut.
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Video Tutorial - Recording and running a macro in Word 2003
Video Tutorial - Recording and running a macro in Word 2003
Video Tutorial - Recording and running a macro in Word 2003
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Automate Away Annoyances with Macros - How to automate tedious jobs using macros
Automate Away Annoyances with Macros - How to automate tedious jobs using macros
Automate Away Annoyances with Macros - How to automate tedious jobs using macros
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Word on Mac
Word on Mac
You can get almost any regular Mac user to tell you dozens of ways in which Mac OS X is superior to Windows, from its more "intuitive" interface to its BSD-based resistance to most of the less sophisticated forms of attack that can cripple even Windows XP systems updated with the latest patches.

But get that same Mac user talking about Word for the Mac, and you're more likely to hear a litany of annoyances than a paean of praise. Word for the Mac shares many of the features that have made Word for Windows a prerequisite of the modern business world, but not all of them......
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Automate Away Annoyances with Macros
Automate Away Annoyances with Macros
In this tutorial, we'll disucss how to eliminate 15 or so common annoyances by using macros. Some of these annoyances are specific ones that you may share: for example, it may irk you that Word doesn't automatically return to the last editing position when you open a document, that it indiscriminately capitalizes the first letter of every word when you apply title case to selected text, or that you have to mess with the Paste Options dialog box or the Paste Options Smart Tag if you want to paste in text with no formatting.
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Working With Word Macros
Working With Word Macros
For many Word users, the term macro strikes fear in their heart, mainly because they do not fully understand Word macros and have most likely never created their own. Fortunately, creating and running macros isn"ôt too difficult, and the resulting efficiency is well worth the time spent learning to use them.
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Recording Your Macro
Recording Your Macro
If you"ôve planned your macro carefully enough, recording it for later use will be the easiest part of the process. It is so easy, in fact, that the only difference between creating a macro and working on the document is that you have to press a few extra buttons and make a couple of selections in dialog boxes.
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Assigning Shortcut Keys to Macros
Assigning Shortcut Keys to Macros
If you"ôve created a lot of macros, searching through the Macros dialog box will eat up a lot of the time you save. If you assign your macros a shortcut key, however, you can bypass the dialog box and access your macro directly from the keyboard.
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Basic to Advance Level Word Tutorial
Basic to Advance Level Word Tutorial
This complete word tutorial offers to the point (and often opinionated) solutions to your most vexing editing, formatting, printing, faxing, and scanning problems. It covers everything from installation and templates to tables, columns, and graphics. For example, learn how to stop Word from searching the Web for help, and how to enter the same text easily in multiple parts of a document-and keep it updated automatically. It also provides a gentle introduction to the power of macros so you can slay your annoyances by the truckload. The fixes will work with most versions of Word, including Word 2000, Word 2002 (also known as Word XP), and Word 2003.
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Planning Your Word Macro
Planning Your Word Macro
The most important step in creating effective Word macros is careful planning. While it might seem a bit obvious, you should have a clear idea of what you want the Word macro to perform, how it will make your future work easier, and the circumstances under which you intend to use it.
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