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1/2/2009
Word 2007 Basic 2
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Word Views: Print Layout, Draft, Outline, etc. Font Options, Underline, Superscript, Highlight, Paragraph Formatting, Justify, Line Spacing, Spacing Before / After Paragraph, Indent, Borders, Shading, Bullet Options, Numbered Lists, Multilevel Lists, Styles, Format Painter, Color Sets, Font Sets, Themes, Find & Replace, Shrink to Fit

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I can not open HB Handbook Comment from Augusto B @ Sun 1/21
yes


Reply from Alex Hedley:

So you click on download link and what happens?
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I can not open HB Handbook Comment from Augusto Bernal @ 1/17/2018
I can not open HB.Handbook


Reply from Alex Hedley:

It it listed in the Theatre?
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Word 2007 Basic 2 Comment from Augusto B @ 1/16/2018
I want to buy the handbook but I just couldn't do it. I was not able to find how to do it


Reply from Alex Hedley:

You need to own the video course first, then it's an option in the order form.
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Course Comment from Amber Turner @ 1/3/2017
How long will it take for me to get to start my courses?


Reply from Alex Hedley:

It should approve once the payment has gone through, you should get an email saying it's been approved and ready to watch.
Is it not in the Theater?
If not try Customer Service.
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Computer novice Comment from Fackson Mashuda @ 4/26/2016
I am a computer novice but your computer basic 1 lessons were so helpful to me, I am here in Africa, Zimbabwe but the problem is I don't know the way forward to get the next lessons.



Reply from Alex Hedley:

You can Order more.
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Automatic Horizontal Line Comment from valorie @ 1/9/2016
I was unable to create the automatic horizontal line shortcut that you teach in this Basic 2 Document Setup lesson.  After much internet research I discovered that this and other shortcut options box can be turned on or off in the Proofing Autocorrect features.  Do you explain this in another area that I missed?


Reply from Alex Hedley:

You could try searching in the Course Index to see what topics are covered, I can't remember off hand which one it was in.
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Comment from cher cagle @ 2/7/2015
Love your classes Cant wait for the next one
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Change Styles Comment from Jackie Appleby @ 12/2/2014
I have the big box with the predefined styles in it on the home tab.  I don't have the change styles button with style set, colours and fonts in.


Reply from Alex Hedley:

That should be in the DESIGN tab.

There is a MS article that should be useful.
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Change Styles Comment from Jackie Appleby @ 11/30/2014
I am using office 2013 and I do not have the change styles button.  How do I get to those options?


Reply from Alex Hedley:

There should still be the Styles on the HOME tab.
Is there the option in the DESIGN tab also?
The ribbon hasn't changed much from 2007/10 to 13.
What options do you get?
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Comment from Charles Stackhouse @ 7/1/2014
Really enjoying your courses i am learning alot of information. Have created six spread sheets today they look professional.
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If I have to stop my lesson how do I know where I Comment from Kathryn Cooney @ 5/22/2014
If I have to stop my lesson, how do I know where I have left off without marking it down on a piece of paper?


Reply from Richard Rost:

If you're using the Online Theater, in the bottom left corner of the SETTINGS section, it will display the last lesson you watched. If you want to keep track of the TIME in the middle of a lesson, you can put it in the NOTES box below that for next time.
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Margins Comment from stacey p @ 8/7/2013
uh oh!  I was playing with margins and somehow I have done something wrong.  What are the ones you are using for the document? I don't know what my default would be.....thanks


Reply from Richard Rost:

Honestly, I recorded this class YEARS ago, so without re-watching it, I don't remember what margin settings I used. :)
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Thank you Comment from stacey post @ 7/31/2013
THANK YOU!!!!  I am so excited that I am able to do exactly what I need by having the multiple views on the screen.  Now I can follow along with you perfectly.  Your expert instruction and fabulous customer support make it so much easier to learn something that until very recently was overwhelming! Can't wait to be able to add this new skill set to my resume, thank you again.


Reply from Richard Rost:

You're very welcome. I'm glad you're enjoying the lessons.
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Watch Video AND Use Word Comment from stacey post @ 7/29/2013
Hello! Is there any way to have both the video AND my Word program on the screen at the same time? Currently I am minimizing Word and having to bring it back up to follow along with the instructions. This is very time consuming so I hope there is another solution! Thank You!


Reply from Richard Rost:

I've kept my videos small so that they should fit on the screen side-by-side with Word (or whatever program you're using). If you use my Online Theater you have limited formatting options available, but if you DOWNLOAD the videos to your computer then you can watch them with whatever video program you have installed (I recommend VLC Player, but Windows Media Player works fine). Then you should be able to size them next to each other without a problem. You won't benefit from the student forums, but you can check those after you're done.


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RAND not working Comment from Pamela S @ 7/10/2013
Hi Richard love how you teach! Two questions for you. I am doing the Word 2007 and could not do this command the equal sign than rand and than parenthesis. I had to type all of the text in myself. And on the multilevel list I could not add the a b c  etc after the numbered 4 Don't uses cleaner on your LCD screen. I tried several times to no avail. Help please : )


Reply from Richard Rost:

Pamela, these features work in most versions of Word. Without seeing your system, it's almost impossible for me to tell you what's wrong.
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These tutorials have been EXCELLENT Comment from Melodie Ledford @ 5/25/2013
These tutorials have been EXCELLENT!!! I can't wait to get to the next lesson!!


Reply from Richard Rost:

Thanks!
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Random Text Comment from Melodie Ledford @ 5/22/2013
Time Index: 2:10

I tried typing in =rand(1,5)on a document and it didn't work. What could I be doing incorrectly?


Reply from Richard Rost:

I'm not sure, to be honest. It's always worked for me.
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Comment from maribeth @ 8/29/2012
Very clear explanations, I just feel I want more,(hoping half price) anyway its good for a starter/beginner like me. Can't wait for the next lesson.
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Comment from Rosel Hunter @ 11/2/2011
How do I make a single page with 30numbered lines on it
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Word 2007 Basic 2 Comment from madeleine @ 10/15/2011
RicHard is a great teacher.The lessons are very helpful.
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Comment from Carol Case @ 6/2/2010
When willthe Expert Levels be readery?


Reply from Richard Rost:

They're coming. I have a major project that I'm working on right now. As soon as it's finished, I'll be producing more Office 2007 and 2010 lessons.
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Comment from Richard @ 12/20/2009
My student, John S., mentioned to me that he had a hard time replicating the results I got with the multilevel list in this lesson. He hit the TAB key and the list didn't indent as it does in the video. This is the DEFAULT behavior of the list, but if for any reason you've modified your Word settings, it might not work.

Go to Office > Word Options > Proofing > AutoCorrect options > Autoformat As Your Type tab. Make sure the "Set left- and first-indent with tabs and backspaces" box is checked.

Thanks to John for sharing this with me. I'm sure someone else will also encounter this problem.
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Comment from  Alice Duncan @ 10/25/2009
I'm 87 years old, my brain goes on vacation periodically, without warning, BUT I DO want to learn. Can you bare with me? It may take awhile but would appreciate patience. Today is 10/25/09. 8 PM
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Comment from Richard Rost @ 9/16/2009
Lisa, this is a little more complex. You'd have to either do it manually (changing each bullet) or define a new LIST STYLE, which is something we'll get into in the Expert classes.
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Comment from  Lisa @ 9/14/2009
Richard, How do I change the multilevel list to a different look?  For instance if I wanted the first line to be a bullet, then the next line to be a dot and next and arrow. and so on?
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