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Subscribers: How to Create Reusable Text Blocks for Outlook Messages

How many times have you had to key in the same information for the same old e-mail that you have to send out all the time?  It gets to be tedious doesn't it? Well there is a way to alleviate the tedium!  Let's automate this process for pity sake and save some time and key […]

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Carol’s Ramblings

It is getting closer and closer to Autumn.  I know this is so because some of the stores I have been patronizing lately have their Christmas displays out.  This world of ours gets crazier and crazier!  I was listening to the radio on my way home yesterday and heard the lyrics of a song that absolutely shocked and appalled me – and I am not a prude by any stretch of the imagination!  There are no filters any longer and yes, it upsets me.  I try to be the change I want to see but I don’t think I can do it alone! Enough on that topic!

My grandchildren have all started back to school and it is such fun to see them adapting and learning.  It will not be long before my little kindergartners are reading!  Such an exciting time in their young lives!

Please remember to be kind to others and help take care of the disenfranchised.  You never know…someday you may need help as well.

Thus far it does not seem a lot cooler to me except for sitting in my air conditioned office where I have to wrap a fleece blanket around my legs!  I find myself longing for colder weather so my office will warm up!

Until next time, take care of each other won’t you?

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Word 2013

How to Insert the Document Revision Number in your Document in Word

Every time you save a document in Word, the information in the document properties is updated. Part of this enumeration is a count of how many instances the file has been saved. This is called the revision number. You can insert the revision number in your documents and have it updated automatically, if you so like.

Follow the steps below to learn how:

  1. Place your cursor where you would like your revision number to appear.
  2. Display the Insert tab of the ribbon.
  3. In the Text group, click the Quick Parts tool and then select Field. Word to display the Field dialog box.
  4. In the Categories list, select Numbering. Word will update
  5. the choices in the Field Names list.
  6. revision-field
  7. In the Field Names list choose RevNum.
  8. Click on OK to close the dialog box and insert your field.
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Subscribers Excel 2013

Subscribers: How to Adjust Cell Margins for More White Space in Excel

A reader recently asked if there was any way that she could adjust the text margins within a cell in her Worksheet. I had to tell her that there is no Excel command that will add more space like you can in Word tables or with the CELLPADDING attribute in an HTML table. There is, […]

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Quick Shortcut for Subscripts and Superscripts in Word

If you find that you use subscripting and superscripting often in your Word documents, then this tip is for you!  Everyone knows I love to save time and keystrokes so here is your quick shortcut:

Superscript – CTRL + Shift +=

Subscripts – CTRL + =

That’s all there is to it!  You’re welcome!

 

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Subscribers Excel 2013

Subscribers: How to Sort Dates by Month in Excel

There could be an instance where you may need to sort a list of data based on the month represented in a column in your Worksheet. For our purposes, let's suppose you have a list of employees and their date of birth. You may want to sort your list by the employee's birth month so […]

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