Show the Ruler in Word: Overview You can easily show the ruler in Word and also hide it. Microsoft Word provides you with a ruler that you can use to set tabs within a document. The ruler also assists in the placement and positioning of document text and document objects. Depending upon which document
Reveal Formatting in Word: Overview When working with styles in Word, you may need to reveal formatting in Word document text. The “Reveal Formatting” pane lets you reveal formatting in Word documents. This pane lets you see the details of text formatting in Word. You can also use it to compare formatting in Word.
Show the Developer Tab in Word: Overview The first step to create forms in Word you can send to others is to show the Developer tab in Word. Normally, this tab of the Ribbon is hidden in Word, as most users do not need access its features. However, advanced users who want to create
Inactivate List Items in QuickBooks Desktop Pro: Overview This lesson shows you how to inactivate list items in QuickBooks Desktop Pro. In QuickBooks Desktop Pro, 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 Desktop Pro
The Ribbon in Publisher: Overview The Ribbon in Publisher is the main tool you use to perform tasks. It lets you perform all the commands available in the program. The Ribbon in Publisher is divided into tabs. These tabs contain different button groups of commands. You can access the commands in each button group
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
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
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