Does anyone know how to temporarily hide those SpellCheck (red) and Grammar Check (green) squiggly underlines in Microsoft Word? I like them to be there most of the time, but sometimes they just annoy me and I want them off for a short time. It's too much of a pain in the a$$ to go all the way into the settings and tick the options to turn those off and then go back in and tick them back on, just for temporary toggling. It'd be great if there was a button or keyboard shortcut to toggle them on and off, but I can't find anything to do that?
Hi --I need help. I am doing my addresses for Christmas cards using Works Microsoft Processor. I select the font, color and size for one address. When I do the next one, I have to do the selecting again or it goes back to whatever the PC has. Gets a little tiresome changing it for each address. How to I keep the selections I have made?
Thanks for any help.
I know in Word 2003 to insert a watermark into a document you would go to Format then background then text watermark does anyone know how I do that in word 2007? thanks
When you're highlighting entire rows or columns in MS Excel that don't start from the top, Excel actually will let you know how many have been selected as you go. Notice 9R in the image below, indicates 9 rows have been selected.
For those of us who use MS Excel there are a lot of times you may want to have report headings centered across the top of the page. The only way you used to be able to do this was to use the Merge and Center option. Although Merge and Center serves its purpose, it can cause other problems down the road, such as selecting ranges or copy and pasting ranges.
In MS Word 2007 the default for ruler units is Inches, however you may need to change this to a different measurement at some point, here's how.
Go to the Office Button and choose Word Options
In MS Outlook 2007 when you either forward or reply to a message the spell check will find errors and a lot of the time they are the senders mistakes and not yours. Who needs to check other people's mistakes? Here's a quick way to stop checking the other person's errors and just have yours corrected.
Go to Tools / Options, choose the Spelling tab and check off the "Ignore original message text in reply or forward".
You will notice that when you hover your mouse over a command a "screen tip" pops out to tell you what that particular command does. Ok, that's great if you're a beginner but some of you are more experienced than that and these pop out screen tips can become annoying after a while, here's how to get rid of them:
For example, if you hover over the "Wrap Text" the following tip will pop out.
So have you ever had your F2 editing button stop working? (I use mine a lot for editing cells in Excel). For the longest time mine had stopped working and well I had just given up on it. Now I've realized that there is an F Lock key so I just pressed it again and there ya go, my F2 is working again!! Woot!