Sorting text


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Sorting text

When you start working with large amounts of text, specifically lists, you're likely to want to organize these lists in some fashion to make it easier to read or at least locate specific items in a list. For example, if you look at a phone book and you need to find the person you're glad the text is sorted alphabetically. Well, I can tell you this for sure: the list of names and phone numbers in that phone book were not entered alphabetically. They were entered by many people over time and then sorted before the phone book went to the printers. In Word you have the same ability to sort text, whether it's simple text in a document, a table or even numeric data.

So we'll begin with sorting a simple list of text in a document, and we need to open up that document first. So click your Open button on the Quick Access toolbar, unless you haven't modified your Quick Access toolbar. You'll then need to go to the Office button to find Open there. We need to navigate to the lesso...

Sorting text
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Sorting text provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by David Rivers as part of the Word 2007 Essential Training

Subjects:
Business Education + Elearning
Software:
Word
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