7 wonderful tricks for MS Word 2007 and 2010 – Part 2
I covered 7 tricks for MS Word 2007 and 2010 in the first part of the series.
Here are the more tricks for you to use and make the simple things exciting to work on. Use them and amaze your colleagues and friends.
1. Navigate home.
To jump to the beginning (or end) of a document, press Ctrl+Home (or Ctrl+End).
2. Tabs in tables.
To insert a tab in a table cell, press Ctrl+Tab.
3. Move table rows.
To move a table row up or down, select the row, and then press Alt+Shift+Up Arrow or Alt+Shift+Down Arrow.
4. Find your last edit.
To return to the location of your last edit, press Shift+F5.
To look up synonyms in the thesaurus, select a word and press Shift+F7.
6. Quickly add a solid line.
To create a solid line, starting at the left-most position of a blank line, type at least three hyphens, and then press Enter. To create a thicker line, hold the Shift key down and type at least three underlines, and then press Enter.
7. Check boxes.
To insert clickable check boxes in Word 2010 and 2007, activate the Developer tab by selecting File, Options, Customize Ribbon, and click the check box labeled Developer under the Main Tabs section. Then from the Developer tab, click the Check Box Content Control icon in the Controls group to add a working check box to your document.
Courtesy: Journal of accountancy