Month: November 2016

Microsoft Word Styles

I know from my years of using Word, and working with documents and templates, that when using Word many people immediately after starting the program, just see the blinking cursor (and I’m not substituting a swear word there) and begin typing – they have no idea about Microsoft Word Styles. As such, when they get to the end of the paragraph, they hit enter and carry on again. When they need some text to stand-out, they select it with the mouse, click on the bold button, increase the font size, maybe centralize it, and hit enter again. And this...

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Certified Microsoft Word Expert (Word 2016)

After much deliberation last week, I decided to bite the bullet and look into doing my Microsoft Word Expert exam in Word 2016. Duangta and I were heading to Bangkok on other business, so if I could also schedule this in, take the exam (and pass), then I might as well. I must admit, the last time I took a Microsoft exam was way back in 1999 when I studied for, took, and passed my Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer’s courses (all 6 of them) on Windows NT (Winnt). I remember doing them in a dusty old building close to Liverpool Street...

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Certified Microsoft Word Expert

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