Microsoft

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Word 2002
Training Courseware
Intermediate Level

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TABLE OF CONTENTS MAIL MERGE...................................................................... 3 Initialising Main Document .......................................... 3 Creating a new data source ........................................ 4 Compose Main Document .......................................... 7 Preview and Print Form Letters .................................. 7 Mail Merging Envelopes.............................................. 8 Graphic logo on all printed envelopes......................... 8 Attaching an Envelope to any Document.................... 9 Mail Merging Labels.................................................. 10 WORKING WITH TABS, TABLES, BORDERS & SHADING ........ 11 Table navigation, selection & shortcuts..................... 12 Converting table to text or vice versa........................ 13 Changing (Editing) table, Autoformat........................ 13 BOARDERS AND SHADING ................................................. 13 To add borders and shading to a table automatically13 Add a border to a table, a paragraph or selected text13 Add a border to a page in a document...................... 14 Add a border or a line to a drawing object ................ 14 NEWSPAPER COLUMNS, TEXT & GRAPHICS ....................... 15 Creating columns of equal width............................... 15 Creating columns of unequal width........................... 15 Balancing column lengths on a page ........................ 16 The newspaper columns will not balance. ................ 16 Change the number of newspaper columns ............. 16 Create a heading spanning newspaper columns...... 16 Force the start of a new newspaper column ............. 16 Remove newspaper columns.................................... 16 Integrating text and graphics.....................................16 Linking text boxes......................................................17 Create a watermark...................................................17 SAVE COMMAND & FILE MANAGEMENT IN WORD ................19 Saving a document for use in another program ........19 Turn background save on or off ................................19 Change the default working folder ............................19 Prevent loss of work and recover lost documents.....19 Document Password Protection................................20 EXTENDED PARAGRAPH FORMATTING ...............................21 Keep lines & paragraphs together.............................21 Spacing paragraphs & Line Spacing.........................21 CREATIVE WORK WITH STYLES ..........................................22 Using Styles ..............................................................22 Modify a style ............................................................22 Create new styles......................................................22 Delete a style ............................................................22 Rename styles ..........................................................23 Display style names in the document window...........23 Turn off automatic style definition..............................23 Have Word automatically update a style...................24 Table of Contents......................................................24 WORKING WITH TEMPLATES ..............................................24 The Normal template.................................................24 Create a template......................................................25 Copy styles, AutoText entries, toolbars, or macros...25

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M AIL M ERGE Initialising Main Document 1. Click Tools Letters & Mailings Merge Wizard. Mail

The Mail Merge Task Paine will appear on the right hand side of the screen along your document. 2. Start the first stage by selecting the Letters option in the dialog box, as on the right. 3. Type and format your new document as shown below. The samples of text in square brackets are only field place holders.

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4. Save the document with a meaningful name. 5. Click Next to move to the step 2. 6. At the Step 2 select the Use the current document option and click Next. The next step is to set up the data source, by either creating a new data source or opening an existing one, such as Address Book or other database. In our case we will setup a data source, Recipients list. Creating a new data source 7. In the Mail Merge Task Pain, under Select recipients, click Type a new list.

8. Under Type a new list, click Create….

A new Address List dialog box will appear, as below, with a collection of defined field names, which need to be customized.

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9. Click Customize…. 10. The Customize Address List dialog box is displayed. 11. Customize the list exactly as shown on the right. Rename or edit the field names which are partially correct, delete the superfluous ones and add the ones not on the list. If the field names are not in the right order, use the Move Up or Move Down buttons to bring them into the right order. 12. After customization click OK. 13. The New Address List form, which you will use to edit the recipients database should look like the one below:

14. Now enter the data into the form as per table below. 15. To make a new entry, click on New Entry button.
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16. To delete an entry, click Delete Entry.
Title Mr Miss Mrs Ms Surname Brown Confucius McMahon Herman Name Jack Lena Sharon Sue Address 21 Abbey Street 41 Memory Rd 3 Intel Avenue 72 Station Rd Town Abbeville Mansfield Derby Norwich Postcode AB7 4JP MA6 3IE DE8 2EN NO4 7CA Draw Athlon PC Bunch of Flowers CD ROM Selection Holiday for two in Croatia

17. Click Close when you finish entering all records. You will be asked to save your data.

18. Your Mail Merge recipients list should look like the one below.

19. Click OK on the Mail Merge Recipients dialog box.

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Compose Main Document 20. The step four involves inserting the merge fields into the main document. 21. From the Mail Merge toolbar, use its tools to insert the Address Block, Greeting Lines etc, or use the Insert Merge Field icon to insert all the available merge fields into the main document. 22. Format the merged field as you would any other text. 23. Formatting of the merged field must include the chevron symbols, if desired effect is to be achieved with the resulting form letters. Preview and Print Form Letters 24. Initiate the step 5 by clicking the Next: Preview your letters instruction. 25. Preview the items before printing; click the View Merged Data icon 26. To preview the items in order, click the arrow buttons . .

27. To locate and preview a specific item, click Find a recipient, and then enter the search criteria in the Find Entry dialog box. 28. If necessary, fine-tune the recipient list. Do one of the following: 29. To exclude a recipient from the merge, click Exclude this recipient. 30. To change the list of recipients, click Edit recipient list in the Mail Merge Task Pain or the same icon on the Mail Merge toolbar, and then make your changes in the Mail Merge Recipients dialog box. 31. Click Next: Complete the merge. 32. Proceed to the step 6 if the result looks OK. At any stage it is possible to go backwards and forward to make any necessary corrections.

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33. To merge the main document with the data source, click one of the following buttons on the Mail Merge toolbar . 34. To further personalize your merged letters, click Edit Individual Letters. Make any necessary changes. 35. You can save the merged letters and treat them as any other documents concerning editing or formatting. Mail Merging Envelopes 36. In a new document window, choose Tools Letters and Mailings Mail Merge Wizard. 37. Select Envelopes in the Mail Merge Task Pain. 38. Click Next: Starting document. 39. Click Envelope options select an envelope design click Next: Select recipients. You can use the provided file list.doc as your data source. 40. Click Use an existing list followed by Browse or click Type a new list followed by Create. 41. After you provide the recipients list, click Next: Arrange your envelope. 42. Add the due merge fields to the envelope, e.g. Address block Next: Preview your envelopes Next: Complete merge. Graphic logo on all printed envelopes 43. Create a graphic logo you want or use any existing graphic. 44. On a letter envelope click where you want to insert the graphic logo. 45. Click Insert Picture From File or otherwise click the graphic Insert.

46. Make any changes as to position, size etc, then make sure the picture is selected. 47. Click Insert AutoText New. OK.

48. Type EnvelopeExtra1

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49. Now create an envelope for a letter to test it. If the logo is not in exactly right place, move it and/or reshape it, then re-save it. Repeat procedure until completely satisfied. ∗ Word inserts up to two AutoTexts, named as EnvelopeExtra1 and EnvelopeExtra2, automatically on each envelope whenever you create and print envelopes. Include AutoText entries in all active templates, if you want all envelopes to contain AutoText entries, otherwise save them only to a particular template. At any time you can delete the AutoText entries (Insert select from the list Delete ). AutoText AutoText

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If you don't want to print the return address on an envelope, deactivate the Omit check box on the Envelopes tab in the Envelopes and Labels dialog box. Word will still include the EnvelopeExtra AutoText entries when it prints the envelope. If you logo already includes a return address, replace the default return address with it (Tools Options User Information in the Mailing address box delete all the text and replace it with a single space).

Attaching an Envelope to any Document 50. Open any letter document. 51. Click Tools Envelopes tab. Letters & Mailings Envelopes and Labels … click the

52. The address should be automatically added from your letter to the envelope, if not go back and select the address before this step. Type the return address if you wish. 53. Click Options Envelope Options to make all selections you need.

54. Click on Printing Options and make sure all selections are correct. 55. Click OK Document. Add to

56. Click the Print Preview icon and check that everything looks OK. 57. In order to make any further alterations, first close the preview window.

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You can save this letter as a template, then create a new document based on it to test it.

Mail Merging Labels 58. In a new document window, choose Tools Merge Wizard. 59. Select Labels in the Mail Merge Task Pain. 60. Click Next: Starting document. 61. Click Labels options 62. Click Next: Select recipients. 63. Click Use an existing list followed by Browse and for your data source you may use the list.doc provided on disk. 64. Alternatively, click Type a new list followed by Create, then create your own recipients list. 65. After the display of Mail Merge Recipients list click OK. 66. After you provide the recipients list, click Next: Arrange your label. 67. Add the Address block to your first label on your new main document. 68. Click the Propagate labels icon on the Mail Merge toolbar. select a label design. Letters and Mailings Mail

69. Add the due merge fields to the envelope, e.g. Address block or use the Insert Merge Fields icon to insert field individually. 70. Click Next: Preview your labels. 71. Check that everything looks as you want it. If the results are not satisfactory, go back and correct as necessary. 72. Click Next: Complete the merge. Click to merge to New document or Printer.
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W ORKING WITH TABS , TABLES , B ORDERS & S HADING
Skills Exercise: Format the page as below with the help of the tutor. Use the horizontal ruler, tabs and margin makers to: 1. Set tabs with leaders and draw horizontal lines with leader tabs. 2. Align paragraphs right, centre, left and numerical data to the decimal point. 3. Create shadowed subtitles to fit the text and create a simple 3D table.

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Table navigation, selection & shortcuts To move to the Next cell in a row Previous cell in a row First cell in a row Last cell in a row First cell in a column Last cell in a column Previous row Next row To select or To … The next cell's contents The preceding cell's contents Extend a selection to adjacent cells Press TAB SHIFT+TAB ALT+HOME ALT+END ALT+PAGE UP ALT+PAGE DOWN UP ARROW DOWN ARROW Press TAB SHIFT+TAB Hold down SHIFT and press an arrow key repeatedly Either: Click in the column's top or bottom cell hold down SHIFT and press the or . Or: Place the pointer just above the columns top cell when pointer changes into a solid arrow pointing down , left-click. Repeat as above and drag to other columns In the selection bar, click next to the row In the selection bar, click and drag the mouse. ALT+5 on the numeric keypad (with NUM LOCK off) SHIFT+F8 ENTER at the beginning of the first cell TAB at the end of the last row Press ENTER CTRL+TAB

A column

Columns A row Rows Select an entire table Reduce the selection size Add text before a table at the beginning of a document Add a new row at the bottom of the table To insert New paragraphs in a cell Tab characters in a cell

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Converting table to text or vice versa 73. To convert existing text to a table, select the text Table. Table Convert Text to select Table

74. To convert a table or part of it to text, select the table or part of it Convert Table to Text. Changing (Editing) table, Autoformat 75. Click the Tables and Borders icon on the Standard toolbar.

76. To use a tool from the toolbar, select the table or part of it, then click the icon and perform the desired task. 77. To format your table quickly, you can use a particular table format from a list of templates: 78. Select the table click the Table AutoFormat icon .

79. Select a format from the Formats list, select or deselect other formatting you want to apply or not, then click OK. B OARDERS AND S HADING All tables by default have a ½ pt black single solid-line border that prints, unlike tables on Web pages. To add borders and shading to a table automatically 80. Click the table Table Table AutoFormat. select other options you

81. In the Table styles list box, click the format you want want OK. Add a border to a table, a paragraph or selected text

82. Remember! To add a border to a table, click anywhere in the table (equal to selecting the table). To add borders to specific cells, select only those cells, including the end-of-cell mark . 83. To surround a paragraph with a border, click anywhere in the paragraph (equal to selecting the whole paragraph). To surround only specific text, select that text. 84. Choose Format want. Borders and Shading Borders select the options you

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85. To specify that only particular sides get borders, click the Preview diagram's sides, or use the buttons to apply and remove borders. 86. To specify the exact position of the border relative to the text, click Options and then select the options you want. Add a border to a page in a document 87. Click Format Borders and Shading Page Border.

88. Select the options you want. 89. To specify that the border appears on a particular side of a page, click the Preview diagram's sides, or use the buttons to apply and remove borders. 90. To specify a particular page or section for the border to appear in, click the option you want under Apply to. 91. To specify the exact position of the border on the page, click Options, and then select the options you want. 92. Adding shading is similar to boarders. Add a border or a line to a drawing object 93. Select the drawing object you want to change Drawing toolbar, if not visible. click Drawing to display the

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94. To add a colour to the line or border, click the arrow next to Line Colour and then click the colour you want. For greater choice, click More Line Colours. Click a colour on the Standard tab, or click the Custom tab to mix your own OK. 95. To give a line or border a different style, click Line Style in the Drawing toolbar click the style you want or click More Lines and then click a style. 96. To make a dashed line or border, click Dash Style want. N EWSPAPER C OLUMNS , T EXT & G RAPHICS Creating columns of equal width 1. In page layout view, do one of the following: 2. To format the entire document in columns, click anywhere in the document. 3. To format only part of the document in columns, select the text. 4. If the document has more sections, click in the section where you want to format the text in columns. 5. On the Standard toolbar, click the Columns button , drag to the right to select the number of columns you want, and then release the mouse button. 6. To specify values for the width of any column use Format Creating columns of unequal width 7. In page layout view, do one of the following: 8. To format the entire document in columns, click anywhere in the document. 9. To format only part of the document in columns, select the text you want to format. 10. If the document has more sections, click the section where you want to create columns. 11. Choose Format Columns select options you want OK. Columns command. and then click the style you

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Balancing column lengths on a page 12. In page layout view, position the insertion point at the end of the text in the columns you want to balance. 13. Choose Insert Break under Section Breaks, select the Continuous OK.

The newspaper columns will not balance. 14. Try adjusting a compatibility option (Tools Options Don't balance columns for Continuous section starts). Compatibility clear

15. Paragraph formatting is interfering with the balancing of newspaper columns (Format Paragraph Line and Page Breaks clear the Widow/Orphan control, Keep lines together, Keep with next, and Page break before check boxes. Change the number of newspaper columns 16. Switch to page layout view. 17. Select the entire document, multiple sections, a section or part of the document. 18. Click Columns you want. on the Standard toolbar drag to select the number of columns

Create a heading spanning newspaper columns 19. Create the columns, if your text is not formatted so. 20. In page layout view, select the heading text. 21. Click Columns , and then drag to select a single column.

Force the start of a new newspaper column 22. Switch to page layout view. 23. Click where you want to start the new column. 24. Click Insert Break Column break.

Remove newspaper columns 25. Switch to page layout view 26. Click Columns select text with columns.

and then drag to select a single column.

Integrating text and graphics 27. Click where you want to insert clip art or a picture.
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28. Choose Insert

Picture

Clip Art

Clip Art or Pictures.

29. Double-click the image. 30. To insert a picture from another file, click From File instead find the picture double-click it. 31. You can similarly insert pictures from AutoShapes, WordArt, from Scanner and insert Chart images. 32. To wrap text around graphic, drawing object or text box, right-click the item Format Picture select the tab you want choose options OK. Linking text boxes 33. On the Drawing toolbar click Text Box. 34. Click or drag in your document where you want to insert the first text box. 35. Insert any additional text boxes where you want the text to flow. 36. Click the first text box toolbar. , click Create Text Box Link on the Text Box

37. Click in the text box that you want the text to flow to. 38. To link to additional text boxes, click the last linked text box, then repeat the procedure as above. 39. Type text in the first text box. When the text box is full, the text will flow into other linked text boxes. 40. To break a text box link, select it on the Text box toolbar Create a watermark 41. Click View Header and Footer. click the border . click Break Forward Link

42. Use any method to insert a graphic, an AutoShape, clip art, WordArt etc. 43. Drag the picture where you want it on the page. 44. Right-click the picture 45. Click the Picture tab Format Picture Wrapping None. OK.

under Image control in Colour box select Washout

46. Click Close on the Header and Footer toolbar. 47. To remove a watermark, you must delete it from the header or footer.

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Microsoft ® Word 2002 Skills Exercise: Text & Graphics Integration, Newspaper Columns and Dropped Capitals. Open piano.doc from your disk and try to implement all the DTP features present in the publication below:

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S AVE COMMAND & F ILE M ANAGEMENT IN W ORD ♦ To save the document in a new folder, click Create New Folder rest of normal saving procedure. , then follow the

♦ To have a quick access to your documents you can save them in the Favourites folder: Click Look in Favourites in the Save As dialog box, look for the folder to save your file or create another one. ♦ To save a copy of the document, click File to the existing one Save. Saving a document for use in another program Save As type a different file name

1

Choose File

Save As.

2. In the File name box, type a new name for the document. 3. In the Save as type box, select a compatible file format with the other program Save. Note that some formatting may be lost when saving in other compatible file formats. Turn background save on or off 4. Click Tools Options click the Save tab.

5. Select or clear the Allow background saves check box. Change the default working folder 6. Click Tools Options click the File locations tab. select a new folder OK.

7. Double-click Documents under File types (Location) Prevent loss of work and recover lost documents

8. Protect your work by using either or both security options below:

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9. AutoRecover to save a temporary copy of a document at regular intervals as you work. 10. Backup copy of the document each time you save it. 11. To be able to recover work after a power failure or similar problem, you must have the Save AutoRecover info every check box or the Always create backup copy check box (or both) selected before the problem occurs. 12. To set these go to Tools Options Save switch the above mentioned options.

13. If the above precautions are taken, Word will automatically recover the document the first time you activate it after e.g. power failure or similar accident. 14. Recovered file should be saved under normal name immediately after recovery. 15. To change the default location (Windows’ Temp folder!) for recovered documents follow the procedure as given for the default working folder above. Document Password Protection 16. Click File Save As.

17. Select Tools Security Options (You can also use different route by going directly Tools Options Security). 18. Type a password into the Password to open box. You can add an additional password for modification or use the same for both. 19. Other Security options may be chosen like Readonl. 20. Click OK. 21. A new dialog box will prompt you to re-enter the password. When finished click OK.

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E XTENDED PARAGRAPH F ORMATTING Keep lines & paragraphs together 22. For all actions below first select the paragraphs, then choose Format Paragraph (or right-click the selection and choose Paragraph). 23. Select the Line and Page Breaks tab. 24. To keep lines together, activate Keep lines together. 25. To keep paragraphs together on a page, activate Keep with next. 26. To make sure that a page never ends or starts with just a single of a multiline paragraph, activate Widow and Orphan control. 27. To make sure that a particular paragraph starts always on a new page, activate Page break before. Spacing paragraphs & Line Spacing 28. Select the paragraphs Format Paragraph Indents And Spacing. 29. Under Spacing select spacing before and after paragraphs. 30. Under Line spacing select the type of line spacing you want OK. Keyboard shortcuts for line spacing To Create single-spaced lines Create double-spaced lines Create one-and-a-half-spaced lines
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Add/Remove one line of space preceding text C REATIVE WORK WITH S TYLES Using Styles

CTRL+0 (zero)

1. To a style, select text to which you want to apply a particular style. 2. Select the style from the Style box. Modify a style 3. Click Format Styles and Formatting in the Styles and Formatting Paine, rightclick the style you want to modify Modify. 4. Click Format other options select click OK.

5. To use the modified style in new documents based on the same template, select the Add to template check box. Create new styles 6. Format a paragraph, select it. 7. Click inside the Style box (the present style is highlighted!). 8. Type a new name for the new style Delete a style 9. Select Format Styles and Formatting. Delete. press Enter.

10. In the Styles list click the style you want to delete

11. If you delete a custom created paragraph style, Word applies the Normal style to all paragraphs formatted with that style and removes the style definition from the template. 12. If you select Styles in use in the List box, you can delete some built-in styles from a particular document, but Word will retain the built-in style definitions in the template. You can retrieve the built-in style by clicking All Styles in the List box.
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13. If you apply a built-in Heading style to a paragraph in your document, you cannot remove it from the Styles list. The Normal style you cannot delete. Rename styles

14. Click Tools

Templates and Add-Ins

Organiser ….

15. Click the Styles tab. 16. In the box on the left select the style Rename type a new OK Close.

Display style names in the document window 17. Switch to normal view (View 18. Select Tools Options View. Normal).

19. Under Window In the Style Area Width box enter a positive value (this option is visible in normal view only). Turn off automatic style definition 20. Choose Tools AutoCorrect Options AutoFormat As You Type.

21. Under Automatically as you type, deselect Define styles based on your formatting.

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Have Word automatically update a style If you apply a style to text and then change that formatting in some way, Word can update that style automatically, if you switch this feature on. 22. Choose Format Styles and Formatting select a style Modify.

23. Select the Automatically update check box. (The Normal style cannot be updated automatically). Table of Contents 24. Format you documents with heading styles that you want to include in your table of contents. 25. Click where you want to insert the table of contents. 26. Click Insert Reference Index and Tables Table of Contents. 27. To use one of the available designs, click a design under Formats. 28. To update TOC, after some changes are made to the document, click on the table and press F9. 29. To change the default definition as to which heading levels should be included in TOC, change the setting in the TOC dialog box. W ORKING WITH T EMPLATES The Normal template ∗ ∗ ∗ ∗ When you start Word or click New , Word creates a new blank document based on the general-purpose, called Normal template. You can also modify it. The Normal template is used to store the AutoText entries, macros, toolbars, and custom menu settings and shortcut keys. The Normal template is stored in the Templates, User Templates or Workgroup Templates location as specified on the File Locations tab (Tools Options). If Word cannot find the Normal template in any of the above locations or in your Word program folder, it will create a new Normal template with the standard Word document formats and settings.

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Create a template 30. An easy way to create a template is by opening a well formatted document and save it as a template. 31. Save a template in the Templates folder if you want it to appear on the General tab, otherwise save it in a any existing subfolder or you may want to create a new one. 32. To base a new template on an existing template, click File from template, select General templates. 33. Select a template of your choice and click OK. 34. Format the document based on the chosen template. 35. Choose File Save As in the Save as type box click Document Template (*.dot) if not already selected. 36. Switch to the Templates subfolder of your choice new name for the template Save. in the File name box type a New under New

37. Add to and/or delete any items from the template, change page setup, styles and other formats. 38. To make AutoText entries and macros available only to documents based on this template store them in this template and not in the Normal template 39. Click File Save Close.

40. Note that any document (.doc) file that you save in the Templates folder or one of its subfolders also acts as a template. Copy styles, AutoText entries, toolbars, or macros 41. Styles, macros, and custom toolbars can be copied between templates and documents; but AutoText entries only between templates. 42. Choose Tools Templates and Add-Ins Organiser … , and then click the tab (Styles, AutoText, Toolbars, Macro Project Items). 43. To copy items to/from a different template/file, click Close File find and open the template/file you need. 44. Select items in either list Copy. Open File

45. If you copy toolbars to which you've assigned custom macros, you must also copy the macros.

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