Join David Rivers for an in-depth discussion in this video Welcome, part of Word Tips Weekly.
- [David Rivers] Hi and welcome to this series of weekly Word tips. I'm David Rivers. I've been using Word and teaching courses on it since its early days in the 1990s. Since then, Word has continued to grow. Constantly adding robust features and functions. Becoming more and more powerful with each and every release. It can be overwhelming to consider all the things Word can do. So, in this series, I hope to give you new insights into Microsoft Word by providing productivity boosting tips, by uncovering little known or hidden features, by simplifying tasks that might be considered more advanced by some, and by covering, in detail, the features and functions you need to know.
So, if you're ready, let's gets started with our first weekly Word tip.
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