How to Show and Hide the Rulers
Rulers in Word help you position text, graphics, tables, and other elements in your documents. To gain a bit of extra document space, you can hide both the horizontal and vertical rulers. If you are working on a small screen, you may want to temporarily hide parts of the Word window to maximize the space used for your document.
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In this article I will show you how to hide text in Word 2007, 2010, 2013, how to view hidden text, and how to hide text and how to make it so that someone else can’t edit the hidden text. Note that you can hide text in Office for Mac in the exact same way as shown below...
Microsoft Word has an interesting feature to show and hide text you want. You may be in a situation where you do not want to completely delete the text, but should not have it in the document. Then, you can use this feature to hide text in Word. Let us take an example of printing the document. Suppose, you want take the print of two versions of the document with different.
This section in the View tab is Word 2007 Show/Hide. This section uses check boxes to select these view options. You are able to select multiple choices in this section. The first option is Ruler. If this box is checked you will notice a ruler at the top and along the left edge of your document. This can be helpful to let you know how far down or across the page you are. It can also help with centering and aligning objects on the page.
By default, when you create a new table, all the cells have black borders that print with the document. However, there are also table gridlines that make it easier to see where each cell is located in a table if you turned off the cell borders.
In a document I’m editing, I have a table that looks like this... I wanted to add up only the fourth and fifth rows for the civilian population totals. Using the field...
Microsoft introduced a new feature in Office 2010 called the Office Upload Center and it has come along with Office 365 and 2016. It’s used to help you manage document uploads and if you’re uploading a lot of documents to OneDrive, and it can be a helpful tool. Especially if you’re dealing with several documents, spreadsheets, and PowerPoints during your work day.
There are three ways to make your dates and currency show properly in a Microsoft Word mail merge I’ll be showing you way number 1 in this blog and the other 2 in a subsequent blog...
The problem I have is that her solution (and many others) rely on the Before_DoubleClick event. As you might imagine, I don’t double click to show pivot table details. I press the context menu key and choose Show Details from the menu. I need a different event or to capture that context menu item. I don’t think there’s any event that will allow me to identify new sheets only when they come from showing details of a pivot table. It doesn’t matter. The better answer is create my own shortcut.
In this tutorial, I'll show you how to eliminate 15 or so common problems by using macros. Some of these problems are specific ones that you may share:
Wildcard searches are available on the standard Find and Replace dialog box, using a special setting. We’ll show you the basics of using this feature to help you learn how you can find almost anything in your Word documents.