Category: Microsoft Word

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Repost from December: When to Create in Excel, paste in Word

Why it’s better to create in Excel first rather than Word If you are an avid Word user, you might be missing out on an easier way to create those documents. To look better and even do a handy cool trick. No way, you say? But there is! If you look beyond Word and see […]

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Having Trouble Importing Excel into Word?

Repost: Import text from Excel into Word or vice versa hassle free Whatever the reason, importing, say, a customer list from either Excel into Word or the other way around can often times lead to messy surprises. It’s a pain to clean up a Word list that got ruined when it becomes all jumbled in […]

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Beta Test for Trust and Clarity

 QuikBots for Word’s Beta Test is an Education in Trust and Clarity We’re very early in the beta testing of QuikBots for Word and getting valuable feedback. The critical component, which I am still learning, is to take into account human behavior, even before someone starts to beta test new software. The reasoning behind why […]

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Find Yourself Hating Microsoft Office?

The Haters are not the only ones hating Microsoft Office  Why is there so much hatred for Microsoft Office? Apparently, it’s the ribbons. Those bloated features laid out under countless tabs you find in Word, Excel, Powerpoint or Access. But there are people on the Internet that are better at expressing this deep seated hostility […]

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Beta Test QuikBots for Word

Sign Up to Beta Test Quikbots For Word and Find Out How to Get the Launched App for Free We are finally in beta test for QuikBots for Word. Now is your chance to have a say about our newest app before it goes on the market. Download and install QFW into your Word program […]

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Say Hello to QuikBots for Word

Introducing our newest member: QuikBots for Word We are finishing up assembling the QuikBots for Word ribbon. There was extensive thought into placement of each feature for accessibility and function. To show all the highlights with each one of the icons and to better illustrate the ribbon, I’ve taken the liberty of breaking it up […]

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Construction of QuikBots for Word

Putting the finishing touches on QuikBots for Word Now that we got all the features of QuikBots for Word to one click functionality, it’s down to organizing them in a user-friendly ribbon, or what I call, the Long Bar Across The Top Of The Screen (LBATTOTS) that will hold all the necessary commands. The first […]

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Hate Word for its AutoFormat?

We discovered people hate Autoformat in Word, so QuikBots makes it easier to handle When we were coming up with what people would like to see in the new QuikBots for Word the one thing that came up near the top of the list was being able to turn off Autoformatting. The process to do […]

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Easily see Format Marks in Word

Got QuikBots’ Reveal button to work in Word where Format Marks are easier to spot As I mentioned in my last post, Working on Making Word Easier to Use, the QuikBots for Word development stage has revealed some hiccups. One feature that was giving us trouble was the Reveal button that when you clicked on it, […]

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New QuikBots for Word project

Sneak peek into QuikBots for Word: A faster way to get your documents written up and done. Back from hiatus! Unfortunately not from a month long self discovery trip through Europe, but hammering away on my laptop helping Robert with our newest addition, QuikBots for Word. As we did for QuikBots for Excel, we spent […]