Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Chapter 7: Getting Word’s Help with Office Chores
Chapter 7: Getting Word’s
Help with Office Chores
In This Chapter
Commenting on others’ work
Tracking revisions to documents
Printing envelopes and labels
Mail merging for form letters and bulk mailing
This chapter is dedicated to the proposition that everyone should get
their work done sooner. It explains how Word can be a help in the
office, especially when it comes to working on team projects. This chapter
explains comments, using revision marks to record edits, and mail merging,
Microsoft’s term for generating form letters, labels, and envelopes for mass
mailings.
Book X explains another way to collaborate on team projects — by
collaborating online with the Office Web Apps.
Highlighting Parts of a Document
In my work, I often use the Highlight command to mark paragraphs and text
that need reviewing later. And on rainy days, I use it to splash color on my
documents and keep myself amused. Whatever your reasons for
highlighting text in a document, go to the Home tab and use one of these techniques
to do it:
Select text and then choose a highlighter: Select the text you want to
highlight, and then either click the Text Highlight Color button (if it’s
displaying your color choice) or open the drop-down list on the button
and choose a color.
Choose a highlighter and then select text: Either click the Text
Highlight Color button (if it’s already displaying your color choice) or
open the drop-down list on the button and choose a color. The pointer
changes into a crayon. Drag across the text you want to highlight. When
you finish highlighting, click the Text Highlight Color button again or
press Esc.
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