Monthly Archives: October 2020

Microsoft Word – watermark only appears on first page

To insert a watermark into a document on the Design tab, in the Page Background group, click the Watermark dropdown and select your required watermark. This will appear on the first page of the document. If you want it to … Continue reading

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Microsoft Excel – month name from a date

I was at a local client earlier this week – face-to-face training at last after so much time. They had entered dates in two columns – one for months and the other for years. Since they wanted to be able … Continue reading

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Microsoft Outlook – printing part of an email

While it is easy enough to print part of an email or print a specific page, what happens if you just want to print specific paragraphs? To print part of a message in Microsoft Outlook with the original headers intact: … Continue reading

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Microsoft Word – changing footnote numbering on each page

Usually when you create footnotes in Microsoft Word, they are numbered sequentially throughout the document. I was asked, however, if it is possible to change footnote numbering on each page. Yes, you can. To do so, on the References tab, … Continue reading

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