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Girl Friday ~n Origin: 1940 – A ‘go to’ girl; a female who will help you get things taken care of; a female you can rely on when you are in need of extra assistance; a female who acts as a ‘jack of all trades’ and is capable of doing almost anything; a girl you can count on when you are overwhelmed with your own chores and the duties must be done; a girl who does most of the leg work on a project, but never takes credit.

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Never make yourself so indispensable you can not take a vacation. You should be a valuable asset to your employer but if no one else can do your job duties while you are away, you may never get a vacation. Keep an up-to-date list of duties and instructions for your relief. If you have no […]

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January 11, 2018 @ 3:45 pm

Showing the Formatting Marks to Fix Layout in Word Docs

Have you ever been editing a MS Word Document and the layout keeps hopping around? Do you have one of those documents that print extra blank pages? Chances are good it’s a formatting problem.

Showing all the formatting marks makes it easy to identify problems and delete extra formatting. I first learned this trick on Word Perfect. Give it a try.

On the Home tab, in the Paragraph group, click the formatting icon to toggle Show/Hide. The background of the formatting  button is shaded when it’s turned on.

Now your document will show paragraph marks ¶, tab marks , spaces (gray dots), and other hidden formatting. Carefully review and delete unwanted formatting. If your document is printing blank pages scroll to the bottom of the page and delete all the hidden formatting marks up to the last line of your document.

If you have never used this tool I recommend saving a copy of your document prior to deleting extra formatting.

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