1. Choose Replace from the Edit menu.
2. Click on More. At the bottom of the Find and Replace dialog box, you'll see a Format button and a Special button. The Format button allows you to replace formatting (e.g., one font for another, bold for italics); the Special button allows you to replace special characters (e.g., paragraph marks, note reference marks).
Also, you can use the contents of the Clipboard as the replacement. This is useful if you want to replace a short word or phrase with a longer phrase or paragraph. To use this feature, you must first create the replacement text somewhere, then copy it to the Clipboard. When you use the Special button as mentioned above, you'll see Clipboard Contents as one of the choices (or use ^c).
Yes, there are several options on the reviewing toolbar for previewing your doument.
Choose the options from the drop-down menu in the Display for Review box.
If you want all of the choices in the menu bar to display when you mouse click on the menu (that way you don't have the expand arrow at the bottom), do the following:
* On the Tools menu, click Customize
* Click the Options tab
* Checkmark the Always show full menus
NO! When you remove the checkmarks by the items in the SHOW menu, it just hides the revisions. The revisions will show up the next time that the document is opened either by yourself or by the reviewers.
There is only one way to remove revisions and comments and that is by accepting or deleting them.
When you insert a drawing object in Word, a drawing canvas is placed around it. The drawing canvas helps you arrange a drawing in your document, and it's especially helpful if your drawing consists of several shapes.
While you can easily delete the drawing canvas on a case-by-case basis (drag the drawing object off the drawing canvas, select the drawing canvas, and then delete it), you may wish to prevent it from being created to begin with.
To stop the automatic creation of the drawing canvas
* On the Tools menu, click Options.
* Click the General tab
* Under General options, deselect the last option; automatically create drawing canvas when inserting AutoShapes.
Whenever you open a Word attachment from an email does it always open in the annoying "reading layout" view? Here are a few steps on how to prevent it from happening in the future:
To return to the normal print layout view , click Close on the Reading Layout toolbar. You can also press ESC or ALT+C to exit reading layout view.
To prevent reading layout view from opening automatically go to the Tools menu, click Options, then click the General tab, and then clear the Allow starting in Reading Layout check box.
The character format of the number symbol in a numbered list item is contained in the paragraph character at the end of that item. If you just need to fix one or two numbered list symbols whose formatting somehow got changed:
1. Select the paragraph symbol at the end of a numbered list item (use the Show/Hide button ? on the Standard toolbar to display the paragraph marks).
2. Format the paragraph symbol (formatting applied here affects only the numbered list symbol).
To create a custom numbered list style, or to modify an existing list:
1. Select the list.
2. Choose Bullets and Numbering from the Format menu.
3. Click on the Numbered tab (the numbered list style you chose previously will be selected).
4. Click on the Customize button.
5. Click on the Font button. Any of the font attributes you apply here will affect only the number symbols in the selected list.
Choose Ruler from the View menu (if the Ruler is on, then you'll see a check next to Ruler).
delete from (select * from emp_table group by empid having count(empid) > 1) Hope this helps !!!!
The Works 6.0 Converter allows you to convert word processor documents created in Microsoft Works 6.0 to Microsoft Word and other Works programs. Specifically, this converter works with Works 2000, 4.5, and 4.x, and Word 2002, 2000, and 97.
Do the following to get this helpful tool:
1. Visit this page
2. Click the Download button in the upper right
3. A "File Download" dialogue box will appear, click Open
4. After download is complete, follow the instructions on the screen to complete the installation
Instructions for Use:
1. Open Microsoft Word
2. On the File menu, click Open.
3. In the Files of type: box, scroll down and select Works 6.0