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From the top bar of the Word screen, click on the word "Help". A little menu list will show up. Select the choice "Hide the Office Assistant". The paperclip will vanish.Originally posted by Shapley:
...haven't used Word enough to figure out how to turn off the annoying paper clip...
Click (or double click, triple click if impatient) on the "Help" questionmark box in the upper toolbars, or on the office assistant if he hasn't been turned off, and a "type in your question here" box will appear. Type in "view formatting" and you'll get a whole bunch of help training for the art of viewing your particular flavor of Word.Originally posted by BigJon:
...Is there any way to force Word to give up its formatting secrets...
No concerns about acidic process paper degradation?Originally posted by piqaboo:
Hard copies forever!!!!
We refer to this as filing by geological stratification. Two of the guys use it by preference.Originally posted by piqaboo:
...piles of paper on my desk will slide, bury me, ...
Sandy Eggo version is:Originally posted by analog:
Good Luck Selma.
As we used to say in the power plant,
"Field to dimension & bash to fit."
You haven't seen what my engineers give me. We also are required to use line drawings; it doesn't have to make sense, it's a regulation.Originally posted by analog:
Seriously, I'm a believer in photographs for service manuals. JPG makes it so easy even an engineer has no excuse for bad illustrations.
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