I’ve always used Ctrl + Shift + Enter to split tables. It still works if that’s
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Sent: Friday, 28 July 2017 12:42 PM
Subject: atw: The reports of word processing's death was an exaggeration
As a result of Christine's email below I found this site:
Oh, and by the way, I put "bye the way" into the tool to see what it said.
I am currently working for a law firm and am reluctant to enter into that
discussion about the use of MSWord.
Each version of MSWord likes to hide the tools I use, eg. (from yesterday)
where is split table in MSWord 2010?
I am dreading a pending upgrade to 2016.
FWIIW MSWord should steal Acrobat DC's search for tool idea.
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From: "Christine Kent" <cmkentau@xxxxxxxxx<mailto:cmkentau@xxxxxxxxx>>
Subject: Re: Word processing is dead
Date: Thu, 27 Jul 2017 11:51:30 +1000
I think this is a fairly nonsensical article. Sure, Word is too hard for
most people to extract a decent document from. That is a given. But it is a
far stretch to jump to the conclusion that word processing per se is dead.
Of course it isn't.
While lawyers continue to want numbered clauses and contract documents
Bye the way, I am available to fix up bad documents if anyone can't do it
for themselves. I am technically retired but I take itty bitty work to top
up the coffers.
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