Ok, we left off on my last post with Top and Bottom options. So we are moving on to the next option today. The next Wrap Text option is Behind Text. If you were following along you saw with the Top and Bottom option,that the text does not flow around your illustration, but behind it,
In my last post, we went over the basics of different text wrapping options. Today we will go a little deeper and go over some more detailed text wrapping options. We now know that there are several options we can use: The first option is In Line with Text, which we have seen.
I have done other articles in the past touching on different types of illustrations, and breaks in Word, an how to add them to your documents. Somehow, I managed to forget to tell you about how to wrap text around them! So, as promised to one of our readers, I will try to rectify that
Fall is upon us! We have had several hard freezes in the last week or so. I do not like cold weather, but you have to admire Mother Nature’s color pallet! The busy time of year has started for me. Everyone wants to purchase knitted, embroidered, and sewn items. I feel like Santa’s helper! But
You know I am all about saving time and key strokes and this is no exception. You can search your email for a single word or phrase, but Outlook also includes a number of built-in searches. To find a message based on one of these built-in searches select the Filter Email button on your Ribbon.
Do you stutter, hem and haw, use a lot of ums or ers in your PowerPoint show? I know a lot of folks do and it is nothing to be ashamed of. The shame would be doing nothing about it! I am here to tell you that there actually is something you can do to
One of the most important things I can stress is learning the basic quick keys. It is a skill set that will help you the most. Your mouse navigates around your screen easily, but if you can move around without taking your hand off your keyboard you can do things even faster.You all know I
In the past couple of articles I have told you all about bullets and how much fun they can actually be. Having said that, a good many folks find these automatic bullets and numbering to be a big pain! By default, if you key in an asterisk or 1., Word intuits that you are trying
So in my last post I told you all about Bullets you could create using the Symbol Font. But there is more! One of my favorite fonts to use for bullets is Webdings! There you will find all manner of things to use such as spider webs, alien heads, etc.
The title says “Applying Bullets,” but not THAT kind of bullets! Heaven knows we do not need any more of that! I know there are lots of folks out there who work with bulleted and numbered lists and if they do not, they which they did but don’t know how to do it properly. You