Word Styles are a means of applying specific formatting to different parts of your document, like the headings, weblinks, bullets and numbers, etc., but why should you use them?
This week’s post is the second in an occasional ‘How to’ series for getting the best out of Microsoft Word. This document will look at Word’s AutoCorrect (there will be more about AutoFormat options to follow). Microsoft’s autocorrect functions can be very useful, BUT I would advise checking your settings before you allow Word to … Continue reading Taming Word – AutoCorrect settings
This week’s post is the first in an occasional ‘How to’ series for getting the best out of Microsoft Word. Here's a document which gives you detailed instructions for setting the language in your document. word-setting-languageDownload If you have encountered any specific problems using Word, and you'd like me to explain how to solve them, … Continue reading Taming Word – how to set the language
Here's a checklist for you to work through to help you improve your writing.
Have you ever found a garment which claims ‘one size fits all’ that actually fits you? I thought not! That is exactly the same for editing and proofreading. One size does not fit all so, instead of giving you a price which includes extras you don’t need, I will always tailor your quote to fit … Continue reading Why don’t you give a cost for proofreading on your website?