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Select Non-Consecutive Paragraphs and Format Them

When you’re formatting a long and unwieldy Word document (or email), it is useful to know some tricks that make the job  easier. One of these is selecting non-consecutive paragraphs and applying formatting to only those paragraphs.

To select non-consecutive paragraphs:

    1. Select your first paragraph
    2. Press the Ctrl key (hold it down)
    3. Select your next paragraph
    4. Keep the Ctrl key held down
    5. Select your next paragraph

Now apply formatting, being careful not to de-select the selected paragraphs.

Only the paragraphs you selected will be formatted.


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Paste text in Bold

Did you know….

Pressing Ctrl B prior to paste gives you a bold paste.

If you are copying and pasting text in an email, or in Word, PowerPoint, or Excel, you can paste it in bold simply by pressing CTRL+B first, and then pasting. The text you are pasting will then paste in bold.

(The same applies for italics, underline, and non-bold.)

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Display the Weather on your Outlook Calendar

Should you wish to, you can display the weather in Outlook above your calendar.
  1. Open Microsoft Outlook
  2. Click the File menu (at the far left end of the Ribbon)
  3. Click Options (at the bottom of the File menu)
    The Outlook Options dialogue box displays.
  4. Click the Calendar tab (in the upper left corner of the dialogue box)
  5. Scroll down to the bottom of the dialogue box, to the check box / tick box: “Show weather on the calendar”
  6. Check/tick the check box
  7. Select Celsius or Fahrenheit
  8. Click the OK button to save the change.

The weather now displays above your calendar.

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