Cross-references: a time-saving tip

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Does cross-referencing drive you crazy?  Creating a Word template for a client recently, I was reminded of a handy tip I thought I’d share.  It’s a great time-saver and will hopefully make working with cross-references a little less frustrating. Let’s begin with an overview … then the tip! Cross-references Why use cross-references?  Well, there’s a […]

Smarten up your SmartArt

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So you’ve added SmartArt to your Word document because you know how effective a graphic can be in catching your readers’ attention.  But, have you taken the next step of formatting your SmartArt so that it looks the best it possibly can? There are a number of quick and easy ways to change the overall […]

Multilevel lists: customised List Styles versus List Library templates

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Multilevel lists are a great way to present information within your Word documents.  And although Word offers an array of multilevel list ‘templates’ which are quick and easy to use, these aren’t necessarily the most efficient and/or consistent way for creating lists.     The Multilevel List gallery contains a number of sections as follows: […]