Articles posted on August 7th, 2004

Word 2004: Flaky behaviour when switching to next style

Saturday, August 7th, 2004 • 7:35 am

In Word, as part of a style definition, you can specify what style should be used for the following paragraph, i.e. when you hit the Return key. By default, the setting for the style of the next paragraph is the same as the current style, but in the case of styles for headings, you don’t […]

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Word 2004: Needs a ‘Keep With Previous’ option

Saturday, August 7th, 2004 • 4:30 am

The so-called “Keep” options available in Word 2004 (and in other word processors and page layout programs, including Adobe InDesign) are very important, because they let you control — to a certain extent — the way your text flows across several pages or columns without having to use ugly tricks such as forced manual column […]

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Apple applications: Access for All?

Saturday, August 7th, 2004 • 3:20 am

MacWorld UK reports on the fact that Apple has just published extensive documentation to “encourage developers to add Universal Access features to applications“. This information is available on Apple’s Developer Connection site. Cool. Maybe someone could send a polite reminder to Apple regarding support for Universal Access in their own applications. (I’ve sent enough reminders […]

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