Monthly Archives: January 2016

Microsoft Word – typing Monday and getting rest of days of week

I was asked recently whether there was the equivalent of the fill handle in Excel to create a list of the days of the week in Microsoft Word. My first reaction was to say No, but then I remembered that … Continue reading

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Microsoft Office – hiding the Mini Toolbar

Although I love using the Mini Toolbar (Office 2010, 2013, 2016) one lady I was training recently said she found it a nuisance and could she switch it off. To hide the mini toolbar, click File – Options. On the … Continue reading

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Help – everything on my screen looks upside down

If you suddenly find that everything on your screen looks upside down, chances are you have inadvertently hit Ctrl + Alt + Down keys. (It happened to someone I was training when I was demonstrating using Shift + Alt + … Continue reading

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Microsoft Word – automatically typing someone’s name with extra characters, such as acute accents

On my Word training course today, I had someone who had to write letters to someone called Noémie. She wondered how to get the accent into the name and then how to be able to do that easily each time … Continue reading

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