Microsoft Word 2010 tips for advanced users
If you’ve been using this application for years already, you can be called an advanced user. Microsoft Word 2010 is a great application and you might have used it for various reasons, like creating documents for your projects or writing the ‘Standard Operating Process’ at your workplace. These tips here are for people like you. They are for people who have been using this application for a while. You might be familiar with the older versions of this application but have you already mastered Microsoft Word 2010? So, here are some Microsoft Word 2010 tips for advanced users.
Publishing blog posts made easy
We have written about this earlier. Please read this for detailed information on this feature. With Microsoft Word 2010, you can directly publish your blog posts form the application. You don’t even have to log on to the website where you usually publish your blog posts. Microsoft Word 2010 has this great feature and you can use this feature if you select the template for ‘Blog posts’ when you open a new document. There you need to give in your login credentials for the blog website and Microsoft Word 2010 will automatically login and publish your blog post once you are done with writing it. Isn’t that a great feature?
Many applications have this feature and it has been introduced in the earlier version of Microsoft Word 2010. Redaction tool allows you to hide text permanently. This tool is really great for people who edit documents on a regular basis. This is an add-in for the application and is developed by one of the engineers of Microsoft. It is to be noted that this add-in is not officially supported by Microsoft. You can download the add-in from here. There’s another thing that you need to keep in mind when you’re using this feature. Once you redact text, there’s no getting it back. ‘Ctrl + Z’ doesn’t work on this feature.
This feature was introduced in Microsoft Word 2007 and is also present in the current version of the application. Building blocks are the part of documents that one might need to reuse. This feature allows users to use a part of the document over and over again without having to put much effort in it. You have to create building blocks first, to use them. You need to select the part of the document which you would be reusing and click the ‘Insert’ tab and then select the option ‘Quick Part’ where you’d find the option ‘Save Selection to Quick Part Gallery’ which will create Building Blocks. You can use them again from the ‘Insert’ Tab when you need to.
So those were some tips for the advanced users of the application Microsoft Word 2010. Use these features to become a master of Microsoft Word 2010 and improve your skills.
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