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You can refine a search by using any of the following wildcard characters.
To Find
Any single character
Any string of characters
One of the specified characters
Any single character in this range

Use
This
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*
[]
[-]

Any single character except the


characters inside the brackets
Any single character except
characters in the range inside the
brackets

[!]

Exactly n occurrences of a character


or expression
At least n occurrences of a character
or expression
A range of occurrences of a character
or expression
One or more occurrences of a
character or expression
The beginning of a word

{ n}

The end of a word

>

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For ExamPle
s?t finds "sat" and "set."
s*d finds "sad" and "started."
w[io]n finds "win" and "won."
[r-t]ight finds "right" and "sight"
and "tight."
Ranges must be in ascending
order.
m[!a]st finds "mist" and "most"
but not "mast."
t[!a-m]ck finds "tock" and "tuck"
but not "tack" or "tick."
Ranges must be in ascending
order.
fe{2}d finds "feed" but not "fed."

{ n,
}
{ n,
n}
@

fe{1,}d finds "fed" and "feed."

<

<(inter) finds "interesting" and


"intercept" but not "splintered."
(in)> finds "in" and "within," but
not "interesting."

10{1,3} finds "10," "100," and


"1000."
lo@t finds "lot" and "loot."

To fix a picture:
Insert a table with a
cell or 2, and then we
move the picture in a
cell, right click the
table, we choose table
properties, text
wrapping around, then
positioning and if is
selected move with
text, we click the move
with the text, so the
picture will be fixed.

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Introducing a new color for text

Theme colors have 12 color slots. The first four horizontal colors are for text and
backgrounds. Text that is created with the light colors will be legible over the dark
colors, and text that is created with dark colors will be legible over the light colors.
The next six are accent colors that are visible over the four potential background
colors. The last two colors, not shown in the picture below, are reserved for
hyperlinks and followed hyperlinks.

You can put any color into these color positions. Not all themes will warrant accent
colors that work with all backgrounds. For example one of the most common use
of themes in companies is to enforce branding standards, which is virtually the
opposite of providing a lot of options.
https://support.office.com/en-us/article/All-about-themes-Quick-Styles-cell-stylesand-background-styles-2cf8ffb9-4c87-47b3-9b36-bb2e8a836288#bm2
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Printing sections in word


If we edit in ranges p2s2-p4s2, will print pages 2-4 of the second section

Delete a page break


Its easier to find and delete a section break when you turn on Show/Hide.
Click Home, and then click Show/Hide to show section breaks and paragraph marks.

To delete a section break, scroll until you see it. Select the section break by
dragging from its left edge all the way to the right edge.

Press Delete.

When you delete a section break, the text that was above the break becomes part
of the section that was below the break, and its text is now formatted the same way
as the text that was below the break.