Tip & How-To about Microsoft Word 2003 for Students & Teachers (B00030EZJE)

HOW TO REMOVE ALL FIELD CODES FROM MS WORD DOCUMENT

The Field Codes always creates issues they are being printed.
To find and see if the field codes are in a document of not, first of all Field Codes needs to be visible.
To make them visible.
Open and MS Word Document.
Go to Tools --> Options
Select 'View' TAB over there.
either in Second or Third column an option would be available with name -
Field Codes - Check mark that option and below there will be an option that will ask 'When'.
There we need to select 'Always'
Hit OK at the bottom. Now all the field codes will be visible in a document if it is available.
To get rid of all the 'Field Codes' At once select the entire text by 'Ctrl+A'
--> 'Ctrl+Shirt+F9' (to remove the field codes at once)
--> 'Ctrl+S' (to save the documnet)

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SIR, I wish to known MS Office 2007 advance functining & sortcuts


Function keysTo do this Press
Get Help or visit Microsoft Office Online. F1
Move text or graphics. F2
Repeat the last action. F4
Choose the Go To command (Home tab). F5
Go to the next pane or frame. F6
Choose the Spelling command (Review tab). F7
Extend a selection. F8
Update the selected fields. F9
Show KeyTips. F10
Go to the next field. F11
Choose the Save As command (Microsoft Office Button ). F12


SHIFT+Function keyTo do this Press
Start context-sensitive Help or reveal formatting. SHIFT+F1
Copy text. SHIFT+F2
Change the case of letters. SHIFT+F3
Repeat a Find or Go To action. SHIFT+F4
Move to the last change. SHIFT+F5
Go to the previous pane or frame (after pressing F6). SHIFT+F6
Choose the Thesaurus command (Review tab, Proofing group). SHIFT+F7
Shrink a selection. SHIFT+F8
Switch between a field code and its result. SHIFT+F9
Display a shortcut menu. SHIFT+F10
Go to the previous field. SHIFT+F11
Choose the Save command (Microsoft Office Button ). SHIFT+F12


CTRL+Function keyTo do this Press
Choose the Print Preview command (Microsoft Office Button ). CTRL+F2
Cut to the Spike. CTRL+F3
Close the window. CTRL+F4
Go to the next window. CTRL+F6
Insert an empty field. CTRL+F9
Maximize the document window. CTRL+F10
Lock a field. CTRL+F11
Choose the Open command (Microsoft Office Button ). CTRL+F12


CTRL+SHIFT+Function keyTo do this Press
Insert the contents of the Spike. CTRL+SHIFT+F3
Edit a bookmark. CTRL+SHIFT+F5
Go to the previous window. CTRL+SHIFT+F6
Update linked information in an Office Word 2007 source document. CTRL+SHIFT+F7
Extend a selection or block. CTRL+SHIFT+F8, and then press an arrow key
Unlink a field. CTRL+SHIFT+F9
Unlock a field. CTRL+SHIFT+F11
Choose the Print command (Microsoft Office Button ). CTRL+SHIFT+F12


ALT+Function keyTo do this Press
Go to the next field. ALT+F1
Create a new Building Block. ALT+F3
Exit Office Word 2007. ALT+F4
Restore the program window size. ALT+F5
Move from an open dialog box back to the document, for dialog boxes such as Find and Replace that support this behavior. ALT+F6
Find the next misspelling or grammatical error. ALT+F7
Run a macro. ALT+F8
Switch between all field codes and their results. ALT+F9
Maximize the program window. ALT+F10
Display Microsoft Visual Basic code. ALT+F11


ALT+SHIFT+Function keyTo do this Press
Go to the previous field. ALT+SHIFT+F1
Choose the Save command (Microsoft Office Button ). ALT+SHIFT+F2
Display the Research task pane. ALT+SHIFT+F7
Run GOTOBUTTON or MACROBUTTON from the field that displays the field results. ALT+SHIFT+F9
Display a menu or message for a smart tag. ALT+SHIFT+F10


CTRL+ALT+Function keyTo do this Press
Display Microsoft System Information. CTRL+ALT+F1
Choose the Open command (Microsoft Office Button ). CTRL+ALT+F2

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I want to create a function in access to calculate a total. Where can I find a step by step guide?


If you already have a field where you want the total to be if you right click on the field and go to properties and find out the name of the field and also the 2 or more other fields that you want to add or multiply together then you can make the total field equal to the formula ie

if you have 3 fields

Field one = value1
Field two = value2
Field total = total

in design mode you would right click on the total field and go to properties and in the properties there should be a field where you can enter a formula.

in there you would enter something along the lines of

=value1.value + value2.value

Then when you have it normal view ie you open it, it should always add the values together and put the sum of them into the total field.

If you want an example database post back and I will create one.

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hi running word 2003 have an auto fill in the date feature installed on a fax template how do I disable it. if I open up previous documents composed the present date populates yet the document was composed prior to todays date.


This is caused by the document using a "field" and not an actual date. Press <ALT+F9> to see the date's field code. You will probably see: { DATE } or { DATE @ "M/d/yyyy" } (NOTE: The M/d/yyyy formatting may be different for you; since this is personal choice). You can manually delete the field and type in your date. To automate this, open the TEMPLATE (*.DOT) and change the field by using: Insert > Field... and selecting "CreateDate" from the Field names list. Also - set your desired format too and then click <OK>. Save the change to your template and it will use the date you create the fax and keep that date if the fax is saved as a document and reopened in the future.

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Can't print custom envelope on HP Photosmart 7280


OK, to make this clearer, I had the same problem on my HP C7180. It seems to be rampant throughout their Multifunction printers.

My Fix, combining several others:

1. Go to Printers and Faxes on your Start Menu. In the Printers window, select Server Properties from the File menu. Use the Forms tab of the Print Server Properties dialog box to view printer forms. You may also see lots of forms that you wish your printer could see, but don't worry, it'll see the one you create now. And be sure when you create your form that you use the narrower dimension for the width and the longer dimension for the height. Usually for envelopes you will print in landscape mode.
2. Select the Create A New Form check box.
3. Enter a new name for the Form in the Form Description For field.
4. Use the fields in the Measurements area to set the paper size and margins. *Use the narrower dimension for the width and the longer dimension for the height*.
5. Choose the Save Form button to save the form. The Save Form button only gets pick-able when you type in a different name than what's there already.

Now go to your document program, such as Word. Make sure the window for the document you want to print is the active window. Select File/Page Setup..., Paper Size Tab, and there select the form you just created from the dropdown list

Still in your document program, select File/Print... then Properties. Select the Features tab, which may be differently named. Under Resizing Options/Size dropdown, select More... and there you'll find your newly created form down at the bottom, under Custom. Pick it.

If you're printing envelopes or other things where the way you view it it's wider side-to-side than it is tall, be sure and select "landscape" in both "page setup..." on your document program and in File/Print.../Properties/Features?Basic Options.

When I did all this methodically, I was able to print my Christmas envelopes. Yay!


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how to change paper size on axerox phaser 8500


From a Windows Operating System:
  1. From the computer, open the document to be printed within an application program.
  2. Click on [File] on the toolbar, and then click [Print]. The Print window will be displayed.
  3. Click on the [Properties] button, or the [Printing Preferences] button. The Properties or Printing Preferences window will be displayed.
  4. Click on the [Paper / Quality] tab.

    NOTE: Most applications will automatically provide the page size information to the driver. If not, steps 8 - 10 describe how to create a custom page size.

  5. Select the required paper size from the Document Size pull down menu, if available.
  6. If the required custom paper size is not available click on the [My Customer Sizes…] button.
  7. To create a new custom paper size setting click on the [New] button.
  8. In the Name field enter the name to be given to the custom paper size. For example 127 mm x 394 mm (5 in. x 10 in.)
  9. In the Width field enter the width of the custom paper size.

    NOTE: The width should always be the short edge of the paper. For example, if the custom size is 127 mm by 394 mm (5 inches by 10 inches), the width must be set to 127 mm (5 inches) regardless of the orientation of the document or the feed method on the printer.

  10. In the Height field enter the height of the custom paper size.

    NOTE: The height should always be the long edge of the paper. For example, if the custom size is 127 mm by 394 mm (5 inches by 10 inches), the height must be set to 394 mm (10 inches) regardless of the orientation of the document or the feed method on the printer.

  11. Click on [Save]
  12. Click on [Close].
  13. Select the required paper size from the Document Size pull down menu.
  14. Click on [OK] twice to print
From a Mac OSx:
  1. Click on [File] on the application toolbar, and then click on [Page Setup]. The Page Setup window will be displayed.
  2. From the Printer Description pull-down menu, select the correct PPD file for your printer.
  3. Select the custom paper size for your document from the Paper Size pull-down menu.
  4. If the required custom paper size is not available click on the [Manage Custom Sizes…]. The Custom Page Sizes window will be displayed
  5. To create a new custom paper size setting click on the [+] button.
  6. Double click on [Untitled] and enter the name to be given to the custom paper size.
  7. At the Page Size field enter the width and height of the custom paper size.
  8. Click on [OK] twice.
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