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Word 2016

How To Clear The Contents Of A Table

Word comes with a table editor that you can use to create simple or complex tables. If you find yourself spending a lot of time working on a table to have it fit your specific needs and formatted exactly the way you like, you may want to copy the table to a new location so you can use the same layout more than once. Why waste time reinventing the wheel right?  After you copy your table, you will t want to erase the contents of the table so that you can key in your new text.

My quick and easy  way to erase the data in my table, is to select the entire table and then hit the Delete key. Your information in the table is cleared, but the structure of your table remains.

Please note though, that you must press the Delete key. If, instead, you press Backspace while the whole table is selected, Word will delete your entire table, not just the content.

Easy peasy!

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Microsoft Office

How To Find/Install Add-Ins For Office365

It is very simple to find and install Office 365 Add-Ins!

Simply open one of your Office 365 applications like Word.

Next, click Insert and select Get Add-ins.

A box will appear giving you a number of options. You can then scroll through the complete list of and browse by category or use keywords to search for a particular add-in

You can click on any of the Add-ins to read more about it, including any reviews that may have been posted.

Many of these add-ins are free, but there are an equal number that are related to paid applications that you may or may not already be using.  In that instance, the add-in description will advise you that its use may require additional purchase.

Once you are ready to to try out an add-in, simply click the Add button and it will be installed on your computer. Please note though, that if you work in an office where Office 365 is centrally managed by your IT department, you may need t6o ask them to install the add-in for you.

 

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Subscribers Word 2016

Subscribers: How to View Your Custom Styles

So you are working in an office and someone from another business sends you some documents.  You look at them and decide they will look much better with some of your custom styles applied to them. But when you go to look for them, they do not appear on your Ribbon or on the drop-down. […]

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