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Some tips for working effectively in Word

03 May 2023, 05:28, parser
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Microsoft Word still remains the main text editor in the vastness of our Homeland. Therefore, people working with documents often spend almost the whole day in it. Therefore, it is not superfluous to give advice on more effective use of the huge capabilities of this program.

Count directly in Word. Many people run Excel just to build a small table there, in which the results will be automatically calculated, and then copy it to Word. There is no need to do this: Word is perfectly able to count itself. Place the cursor in the cell where the result is needed and insert the formula exactly as you would do it in Excel. For example, =sum(above) sums up the values of all cells in the table above. The fastest way in my opinion is to press Ctrl+F9 and write the text of the formula that you need. After pressing F9, the value will be calculated.

Compare the two documents. If you are not sure what has changed in the new version of the document, just open the old version, then select Compare (Office 2007) on the Review ribbon. In previous versions, this command is available in the Tools menu.

Deja vu. It is not necessary to keep the document open in order to catch the cursor exactly where you left it: open the document and press Shift +F5 and the cursor will return to its position before closing.

Save everything at once. If you want to break away from working on documents and would like to quickly save all the changes you have made, press Shift and the familiar Save command will turn into Save All.

Insert formatting. In order to copy all the formatting and formatting of one paragraph to another, first select the text with the formatting, press Ctrl+Shift+C, now select the text to which you want to apply formatting and press Ctrl+Shift+V. It's easy to remember — these are modified copy and paste commands.

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