- Harvard Referencing Style Examples
- How to manually format reports in Word
- Printable business forms
Many of the MS-Word shortcuts are used by other computer programs too. For most of them, just hold down the Control key and press a letter key at the same time, then release both keys. See the results of using the A, B and C letter keys below.
Control+a All – select All the text in the current file
Control+b Bold – make the next or selected text bold
Control+c Copy – the highlighted text to Paste it elsewhere
Click here to see the list of the shortcuts for the whole alphabet.
The Harvard style is a simple, flexible style of acknowledging the books and articles referred to in a document. Most universities require a variation of the Harvard style to be used consistently in a thesis or dissertation. Click here to see examples of how to use the elements of a reference in the Harvard style for various kinds of publication. The example below is for a book.
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How to manually format reports in Word 2016+
Note: This training manual is a work-in-progress. What you will learn when it has been completed is as follows:
- Shortcut Key Assignments
- How to move around a document
- Text and Tables
- Format a covering letter
- Set up the follow-on page of a covering letter
- Format a table in Word
- Format a table in Excel
- Copy the table from Word to Excel in various ways
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