Articles posted on January 31st, 2005

Word 2004: Heading Rows Repeat doesn’t prevent Word from inserting automatic page break

Monday, January 31st, 2005 • 6:06 am

Word’s table tools include a feature called “Heading Rows Repeat” (in the “Table” menu) which is actually a formatting option. When you apply this option to your table’s first row, this indicates to Word that the first row is actually a “heading row”, i.e. a row that contains column headings. And if your table ends […]

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Word 2004: Selecting the table of contents

Monday, January 31st, 2005 • 5:54 am

Word has an automatic table of contents feature, which is fine if you make sure you are using the proper heading styles throughout your document and choose the correct options for the table of contents. Still, it being Microsoft, flakiness and unpredictability are to be expected. And, as usual, the problems occur at the most […]

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