Microsoft Word® Tips for the Holidays

The Indiana Lawyer recently published my article on how to decorate your documents for the holidays. Here’s what you can learn:

Use Microsoft Word® to automatically format documents

One of the best (or worst?) features of Microsoft Word is its automatic formatting. Properly understood, Microsoft Word’s automatic behavior controls are incredibly helpful. In this article, learn how to decorate your documents to your liking with styles and create a table of contents and table of authorities automatically.

I hope these tips will help you get more from Microsoft Word® to end this year well and make 2017 your best ever. Learning how to harness the power of automatic formatting will help you be more effective in the new year.

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