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I found this ‘commitment statement’ printed on the wall of a management office, and thought it would be a good real-world example for this centered text topic. Let’s have a look: This is a classic case of simply letting text …

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This may seem more obvious to some than others, but if you’ve only used the “Find and Replace” feature for words, you may be missing out. Any time you come across a case of needing to repeat some corrective formatting …

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When you create a table, whether using a web app, Microsoft Word or PowerPoint, or even Adobe InDesign, the default is usually a black line around every cell, and little to no space around the content in that cell. That should …

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In Microsoft Office text formatting, and more Here’s a tip that apparently not enough people know (or too easily forget). It applies to most any application that formats text, particularly in Microsoft Word or PowerPoint text formatting, and it has a number of …

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