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Looking for Word 2007 template to create spiral bound manual

Looking for Word 2007 template to create spiral bound software training manual. Includes Table of Contents and Index. Manual will have numerous step-by-step screen prints. Paragraph styles and outline numbering already created.
Margins, odd/even pages, and page set-ups are my obstacles.

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SOURCE: created template in ppt 2007, the page # was

Go to page settings and put it in the header or the footer

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SOURCE: unable to create pfd with word 2007 document

Here are 2 methods for your reference:
1. as you are using ms word 2007, you could simply download the word add-on then save as pdf format.
Free Download the Office Add-on:
http://www.microsoft.com/download/en/details.aspx?id=7

2. use the desktop nemo word to pdf converter which could batch convert several files altogether.
Free Download the Nemo PDF:
http://www.nemopdf.com/word-to pdf.html

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Insert Blocks of Text Quickly With Quick Parts


Creating templates in Microsoft Word is nothing new. You can create a blank document upon which to base all you other documents. That's great when it comes to formatting. It can also help you with boilerplate text.

But, Word 2007' Quick Parts feature takes thinks up a notch. The features isn't a template. However, it lets you insert boilerplate text in any document. And, the text can be formatted to suit your document.

Quick Parts is excellent for adding cover pages, endnotes and tables with a few clicks of your mouse. Find out what you're missing now!

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How do you type and print Avery labels 74520? I have lost the instructions which came with the labels.


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The newest version of Microsoft® Word now includes hundreds of Avery Templates for labels, business cards, dividers and more.

Find Avery Templates by selecting the Mailing tab at the top of the Microsoft® Office Word screen. Just choose Create > Labels > Options > Avery US Letter, then choose your template by selecting the correct Avery Product Code.

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Originally my MS Word 2007 stayed open on the HOME tab. Now, the document is not defaulted to any of the tabs (Insert, Page Layout, etc., etc.) until selected. How do I get the Home tab back as the default...


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In word 2003 I had a toolbar for forms menu - I upgraded to 2007 and that tool bar is gone and I can't find it - can you tell me where it is or how to get to something similiar


Click the Microsoft Office Button (left hand corner) and then click Word Options.
Click Popular.
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Click the Microsoft Office Button, and then click Save As.
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The "Normal" template opens whenever you start Word, and it includes the default settings for your new documents... as well as any customizations you may have opted for along the way. Sounds like your version of the normal template now includes the text of this document.

On the File menu, click Open, and then navigate to C:\Documents and Settings\user name\Application Data\Microsoft\Templates and look for "Normal.dot". You may need to change the Files of Type drop box to "Document Templates" to see it.

Open the file, select all the text you see there and delete it. Save the file and close it. You should get clean pages now when you open a new document.

Alternatively, you can use Windows Explorer to navigate to that same directory and delete the entire Normal.dot file. MS Office will simply create a fresh one when you launch Word again.

Hope that helps!
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