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  1. In Word 2010, you use the REFERENCES tab, click...

    In Word 2010, you use the REFERENCES tab, click on CROSS-REFERENCE, at the dialog box on the left-hand side change the reference type from numbered item to footnote and click on the intended...
  2. What you need to add in is one of my favorite...

    What you need to add in is one of my favorite fields: Styleref with the switches mentioned above. As a reminder the curly braces surrounding the fields must be generated with Word and not typed...
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    You can check if the keyboard command was wiped...

    You can check if the keyboard command was wiped by going to customize the ribbon, clicking on the CUSTOMIZE... button near the bottom left (keyboard shortcuts), clicking on ALL COMMANDS on the left...
  4. Very difficult to remotely diagnose, but the...

    Very difficult to remotely diagnose, but the question is whether the entire drive is failing, or if the OS has corrupted. Macs allow booting from the OS CD; you insert the CD before powering up, and...
  5. Yes. Define either New Number Format or New...

    Yes.
    Define either New Number Format or New Multilevel List.
    In New Number Format, the NUMBER STYLE is a drop down box. Select the 4 digit option (hint, it is near the bottom of the scrolling...
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    To change the IE "metro version" home page ...

    To change the IE "metro version" home page

    http://www.wintips.org/tip-set-your-preferred-homepage-in-internet-explorer-10-metro-app/
  7. Mac Word 2008 does not support VBA, but Microsoft...

    Mac Word 2008 does not support VBA, but Microsoft did put in VBA support for Mac Word 2011. I'm guessing that you might be able to work around the "insert object" with an Applescript for your Mac...
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    Do not try to add an accent after typing a letter...

    Do not try to add an accent after typing a letter when starting out. In a blank space go to the INSERT SYMBOL dialog box

    Where it says font (top left corner), it should say (normal text) and the...
  9. Thread: Word tables

    by hernandz
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    I haven't got Word 2003 anymore, but I believe to...

    I haven't got Word 2003 anymore, but I believe to change the row height, you first select the row you want to change. Go to the Tables menu, Table Properties, Row. Remember that Word 2003 often hides...
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    We use tabs with underline, but remember that in...

    We use tabs with underline, but remember that in a table cell, you'll have to use CTRL-Tab so you don't get another table row

    Set a right tab almost at the end of your box
    Set the underline and...
  11. There's a tedious workaround I use when one of my...

    There's a tedious workaround I use when one of my principals insist on having the square bracket come before one of the numbers, instead of going along with Word's insistence of enclosing only the...
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    step 1: Resolve to learn about styles and...

    step 1: Resolve to learn about styles and headings, because building a Table of Contents (TOC) is a huge huge PITA without them.

    You are asking about a 5-level TOC, so I am assuming that your...
  13. Thread: Graph Problem

    by hernandz
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    1. Select the date series in the chart and...

    1. Select the date series in the chart and change the chart type to line (Don't change the entire chart, just for that series)
    2. Once that series in in a line, re-select it and format the data...
  14. As pointed out by Tinto Tech, a second wireless...

    As pointed out by Tinto Tech, a second wireless router (configured as a bridge or access point) will do the trick. If you are a networking newbie, your best bet is to purchase the same brand as your...
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    What you are looking for is something along the...

    What you are looking for is something along the lines of Selection.SplitTable once you are at the top row of the table
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    The simplest is to add two series to each line...

    The simplest is to add two series to each line chart where each data point is the same:


    Date.....Real Series......Lower Limit......Study Cutoff
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