Category Archives: Publisher

Customize the Ribbon in Microsoft Office

Office 2007 was the first released version of Office with the ribbon. The new layout replaced the top section with larger commands with tabs separating the categories of buttons separted by groups. Anyone remember the standard and formatting toolbars back … Continue reading

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Proof an Office Document with the help of the Research Task Pane

The research task pane is a proofing tool that allows you to look up words in the dictionary and thesaurus. It also can translate words and sentences plus look up words using encyclopedias and the search search engines Bing. Find the research … Continue reading

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4th of July Celebration in an Excel Spreadsheet

I set out to create an American flag in an Excel spreadsheet in celebration of the 4th of July. Download my 4th of July.xlsx Excel spreadsheet to see how it turned out. The command tool buttons I used to create the US … Continue reading

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Publisher 2010 Custom Building Blocks

Publisher 2010 allows you to reuse content for your publications.  They are called building blocks. Let me share with you the steps to creating your custom building block. Step 1: Right click the object that you would like to use … Continue reading

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Download free eBook: First Look Microsoft Office 2010 by Katherine Murray

If you are upgrading to Office 2010, check out this free eBook by Katherine Murray. Thanks to the folks at Microsoft, this book is ready to download for free. Click First Look Microsoft Office 2010 for your free copy. Enjoy!

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Autocorrect made easy

Who wants to type faster in Microsoft Office? Yes please, I do. So start using autocorrect. Autocorrect is a built in program within the Office suite that replaces words as you type. For example, if I type “commitee” it will … Continue reading

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