Glide Training

October 2012

One space or two? A clever use of Find and Replace in Word

Written by Jane Hames

I have been delivering Word training to secretaries this week and they like to have two spaces after a full stop. For a lot of us one space is enough, but for those who are “proper” typists or trained secretaries two spaces is the correct way to do things. This explain a quick way to add spaces in Word.

So, if you have been given a document from someone who hasn’t put in two spaces after a full stop, you probably don’t want to go through and type an extra space after each full stop. Below is a solution that could save a lot of time:

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The Perfectly Centred Heading In Excel

Written by Jane Hames

In Excel you can centre values within a cell, merge cells and centre values within those cells, but my preferred option is the one that I often get asked about – Center Across Selection.

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