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Margaret has attended:
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Autotext

How do I locate autotext-I've forgotten

RE: Autotext

Hi Margaret

Thanks for your post

There are 2 ways to use autotext 1. go to the insert menu - autotext - and under normal click the one you need, or type the name of the autotext you want and then press enter

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Word tip:

Making the first letter of a document bigger (drop caps)

Making the first letter of a document bigger than the other text around it gives a document a more 'story-book' look.

To achieve this effect:

1. Click to the left of the first word in the document.

2. Go to Format - Drop Cap.

3. Choose the Dropped option (middle of the three options at the top of the Drop Cap dialogue box).

4. Choose the font for the dropped cap and select how many lines it should 'drop down' in the paragraph (effectively, the height of the letter in lines).

5. If you would like to create a gap between the dropped cap and the text around it, use the Distance from Text option to achieve this.

6. Click OK.

To make adjustments to the dropped cap, simply click inside the frame that appears around the letter, and go to Format - Drop Cap again.

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