5 ways to get help with your holiday card mailing

It’s the busiest time of year for millions of assistants around the world with dozens of extra tasks this month, most notably the dreaded – er “exciting” holiday card mailing for their managers. This is a busy season for RedCape as well because we’re one of the first people you call when you need help. So this year, I’ve […]

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How to tell if a Word document is styled

When you need an easy way to tell if a document is styled, you can turn on the Styles Area Width in your document. There are two steps in viewing the Styles Area:

View your document in Draft view
Turn on the Styles Area

Step 1- View your document in Draft view
The default view in Word 2007 and […]

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Free Microsoft Office Training – from Microsoft

Microsoft has some very useful training covering the most current versions of Office. Whether you want to brush up on your computer skills to learn the latest technology or need to prepare for a job interview & assessment, you’ll definitely want to check out these amazing resources for both PC and Mac.

On-Demand Training for PC […]

Create a Table of Contents (TOC) in Word

If it takes you more than a minute to generate a table of contents (TOC) for even the largest, most complex documents, then you have every right to be pulling out your hair by now. I personally would be bald.

Because the TOC gets generated from the Heading styles in your document, I suspect that the […]

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