Show Non-Printing Characters in Word: Overview You can easily show non-printing characters in Word documents. In Word, the “Spacebar,” “Tab,” and “Enter” keys all create characters within your document. In this regard, they act like most other keyboard characters keys do. However, unlike most other characters, you cannot normally see these characters. This means
Create Building Blocks in Word: Overview You can create building blocks in Word to make reusable content you can insert into your future documents, when needed. For example, you could save your company’s logo and name as a custom building block. Doing this then lets you insert it into future documents without recreating all
Zoom a Document in Word: Overview You can easily zoom a document in Word to change its magnification level by using the Zoom slider. The Zoom slider appears in the lower-right corner of the application window. You can click and drag the slider left, towards the minus symbol (-), to shrink the magnification level.
Restore a QuickBooks Company File from a Local Backup: Overview You can restore a QuickBooks company file from a local backup copy, if you created local backup copies. Doing this can repair a corrupted company file in QuickBooks. You must be in single-user mode to do this. In addition, QuickBooks Desktop Pro requires you
Duplicate a Layer in Photoshop Elements: Overview You can quickly duplicate a layer in Photoshop Elements. Doing this then creates another copy of the layer’s content in the same image or within a different image file. You can also duplicate a layer within an image file that has a different pixel resolution. However, doing
Create a Standards-Compliant PDF in Acrobat: Overview You can create a standards-compliant PDF in Acrobat. The most-common reason for doing this is that the document must comply with ISO 32000 standards. Depending on the intent for using the PDF, compliance standards vary. You can save a document as a PDF/A, PDF/E, or PDF/X file.
Save a Word Document as a PDF File: Overview You may want to save a Word document as a PDF file. You can also save a Word document as an XPS file. Both file formats keep your document formatting but make it difficult for anyone else to change the file’s content. Both file formats