COMPUTER COURSES · MS Word

The power of mail merge

Selection of addressed envelopes being produced by mail mergeYou use mail merge when you want to create a set of documents that are essentially the same but where each document contains unique elements.For example, in a letter that announces a new product, your company logo and the text about the product will appear in each letter, and the address and greeting line will be different in each letter. Continue reading “The power of mail merge”
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COMPUTER COURSES · MS Word

Create an organization chart

InsertOrganizationalChart

An organization chart graphically represents the management structure of an organization, such as department managers and nonmanagement employees within a company. By using a SmartArt graphic in Microsoft Office Excel 2007, Microsoft Office Outlook 2007, Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2007, or Microsoft Office Word 2007, you can create an organization chart and include it in your worksheet, presentation, or document.

To create an organization chart quickly and easily, you can type or paste text in your organization chart and then have the text automatically positioned and arranged for you. Continue reading “Create an organization chart”

COMPUTER COURSES · MS Word

How to insert equation in MS Word 2007 or 2010

InsertEquation

To insert an equation in Word 2007 or Word 2010, please follow the steps below:

Go to the Insert tab and click Equation in the Symbols group. Here you will find several options.

a) You can choose from a built-in equation, which you can then edit to your needs.
b) You can select more equations from Office Online.
c) You can also select Insert New Equation to insert your own custom equation. Continue reading “How to insert equation in MS Word 2007 or 2010”