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Articles with the tag: Microsoft Word

Readability of your Word documents

Tue, 10 Aug 2010 06:25PM

Recently I discovered that Word can show you readability statistics about your documents. In Word 2007 onwards, go to the top left home button, and click on 'Word Options' like in Screenshot 1. Then go to the 'Proofing' option and check the box labelled 'Show readability statistics', like in Screenshot 2. You'll then need to do a full spell-check on your document. At the end of the spell-check some statistics on your document will appear, similar to those in Screenshot 3.

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Using Microsoft Word 2007 Part 3

Mon, 22 Feb 2010 01:55PM

In my final part of this tutorial on using some of Word’s nifty features, I explain how to number pages correctly in a thesis or long essay. My previous entries explain using styles and referencing.

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Using Microsoft Word 2007 Part 2

Mon, 22 Feb 2010 01:06PM

In my previous post, I mentioned how to use Styles properly. Here I will explain referencing and making an automatic bibliography.

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Using Microsoft Word 2007

Mon, 22 Feb 2010 12:30PM

I keep being asked to show people all the cool features in Microsoft Word that not many people realise exist or how to take advantage of. Many people struggle with auto generating contents pages, bibliographies and proper page numbering when Word 2007 makes it so easy. I will do a three part series explaining how to use Word 2007 properly: starting with using Styles.

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