Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Printing an Address on an Envelope
Accepting and rejecting changes to a document
Word gives you the chance to accept or reject changes one at a time, but in
my considerable experience with changes (I am a sometime editor), I find
that the best way to handle changes is to go through the document, reject the
changes you don’t care for, and when you have finished reviewing, accept all
the remaining changes. That way, reviewing changes is only half as tedious.
Whatever your preference for accepting or rejecting changes, start by
selecting a change. To do so, either click it or click the Previous or Next button on
the Review tab to locate it in your document. With the change selected, do
one of the following:
Accept a change: Click the Accept button or open the drop-down list on
the Accept button and choose Accept This Change or Accept and Move
to Next. You can also right-click and choose Accept.
Reject a change: Click the Reject button or open the drop-down list on
the Reject button and choose Reject This Change or Reject and Move to
Next. You can also right-click and choose Reject.
Accept all changes: Open the drop-down list on the Accept button and
choose Accept All Changes.
Reject all changes: Open the drop-down list on the Reject button and
choose Reject All Changes.
By way of the Accept and Reject buttons, you can also accept or reject all
changes made by a single reviewer. First, isolate the reviewer’s changes by
clicking the Show Markup button, choosing Specific People, and selecting
a reviewer’s name. Then open the drop-down list on the Accept or Reject
button, and choose Accept All Changes Shown or Reject All Changes Shown.
Printing an Address on an Envelope
Printing addresses gives correspondence a formal, official look. It makes you
look like a big shot. (Later in this chapter, “Churning Out Letters, Envelopes,
and Labels for Mass Mailings” explains how to print more than one envelope at
a time). Here’s how to print an address and a return address on an envelope:
1. To save a bit of time, open the document that holds the letter you
want to send; then select the name and address of the person you
want to send the letter to.
By doing so, you save yourself from having to type the address.
However, you don’t have to open a document to start with.
2. On the Mailings tab, click the Envelopes button (you may have to click
the Create button first, depending on the size of your screen).
The Envelopes tab of the Envelopes and Labels dialog box appears, as
shown in Figure 7-5.
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