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Show the Developer Tab in Word: Overview             The first step to create forms to send to others is showing the Developer tab in the Ribbon. Normally, this tab is hidden, as most users do not need access to the features of this particular tab. However, advanced users who want to create forms or write

Hide a Query Field in Access: Overview             You can easily hide a query field in Access. Sometimes when you create queries, you need to add a field to the QBE grid for criteria purposes only. In this case, you don’t want the field itself to appear in the result set. Having additional fields appear

Insert Comments in Word: Overview             You can insert comments in Word within documents. You often use comments to make notes within shared documents in Word. This lets you add a quick note on possible changes or insert a reminder to add missing content to a document.             To insert comments in Word, place your

The Status Bar in Publisher: Overview             The Status Bar in Publisher appears at the bottom of the application window. It is the long, thin, horizontal bar. Objects like the “Zoom slider” and the “Page Layout View” buttons appear within the Status Bar in Publisher. You can also see various statuses monitored within Publisher here. These

Inactivate List Items in QuickBooks: Overview             This lesson shows you how to inactivate list items in QuickBooks. In QuickBooks, you can only delete list items you have not used in any transactions. If you try to delete a list item you used in a transaction, QuickBooks warns you that it cannot be deleted. If

Tags in OneNote: Overview             You use tags in OneNote to keep your content organized and easy to locate. Tags in OneNote give you a visual way to identify content within categories. Tags in OneNote also help you organize content, remember tasks, or find content based on the tags attached to it. You can attach

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