Here are several tips that you can use with Microsoft Word 2003 to make the word processing faster and stronger.
* Please encourage Microsoft Word 2003 to send you tips on shortcut keys.
Using the mouse to go to the menu bar and navigate through the choices or press a button could be distracting if you were using your keyboard during your Microsoft Word 2003 session. To avoid this from occurring, Microsoft Word 2003 has keys that you can use to prevent you from taking your hand from the keyboard.
By simply pressing Ctrl+ a letter, you can ask Microsoft Word 2003 to perform your chosen task. However, it might be challenging to recall these shortcuts for Microsoft Word 2003. Don’t worry, here’s an easy move that will help you recall the Microsoft Word 2003 shortcuts.
Go to the Tools and press Configure. Choose the Options tab in the dialog box. Check the box beside Show shortcut keys in Screen tips. Select Near to validate the action.
Now, every time you hover over a button, Microsoft Word 2003 will show you the shortcut key for that task.
* Would you like to present your Microsoft Word 2003 document across various sections? And use the Table of Contents.
So how do you use your Microsoft Word 2003 content table to create a content table? First, check whether you used the outline mode to build your Microsoft Word 2003 text. If you did, it will be simpler to create a table of contents.
If you haven’t, take these measures. Highlight the text that you chose to use as a heading, then click Ctrl + alt + 1. Do this for every text that you wanted to be used for the succeeding sections. The font type of the highlighted text will be changed to Heading 1 and will stand out from the remaining text.
If you choose to build a sub-header, pick the text field for the subheading and keep down ctrl + alt + 2. For a sub-sub-header, use ctrl + alt + 3. If you did this, or if you formatted your Microsoft Word 2003 in outline mode, you will now build a table of contents.
Go to Insert, scroll down to Reference and click on Indexes and Tables. On the dialog box, select the tab labeled Table of Contents. Then press OK to generate the table of contents.
If you edited your Microsoft Word 2003 file after this, you need to have your table of contents updated to show the new page numbers or headings. To do this, right click on the table of contents and select the Update Fields option. If a dialog box appears, choose Update entire table and confirm your choice by clicking on OK.
These are just some of the cool tricks that you can use while word processing using Microsoft Word 2003. With Microsoft Word 2003, creating and editing text files became an easy, interesting and less time-consuming task. More tips and tricks are published online. Printed materials are also available from your library or your local bookstore.