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The buzzing sound of printing printers is becoming less common. Documents are no longer printed but are mainly sent via e-mail or shared across platforms such as SharePoint. However, MS Word is still widely used to compose documents. Things like formatting, headers and automatically generating a table of contents are still favorite features of MS Word.
What is difficult is to include both portrait and landscape pages in one and the same document. Often it is an entire drive to print the landscape pages with a graph, for example, so that the chart fits. Printing this landscape page separately will display problems with page numbers.
The right way to solve this neatly and easily is to make use of sections. A document can be divided into multiple sections. For each section, various settings, such as a portrait or landscape page, can be set. Before inserting sections, it is useful to make the sections visible as well. By right-clicking the ' Status Bar ' (bottom bar, next to the word ' done '), the display of the sections can be turned on. Now it is visible in which section the cursor is.
Inserting sections goes through the Page Layout tab and then from the Page Setup group, the option "End markers". This option allows you to choose ' next page '. This option causes the section to always start on a new page. When the cursor is placed in this section, you can choose ' Landscape ' in page layout > ' orientation '. This section now has this orientation. Remember to place a stop marker at the end of this section so that the next section can be selected for a portrait orientation.
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I regularly talk with participants about the increase in e-mail as a means of communication. A large part of the working time available goes to answering e-mail. One participant even indicated that she received so much e-mail during the day that she was doing her actual work at home in the evening. This may never have been the intention of email. E-mail is intended as support, not as a primary task. I don't think there is even one employee in his job description that email answering is the main task.
During conversations with my participants I always ask who receives a lot of e-mail. Then I ask if these many-receivers also always give equal answers. This is usually answered in the affirmative. If you have a question and you have the choice to ask several colleagues by e-mail, do you always mail to the one who gives the fastest answer? This way you create your own environment. I always advise you to handle your mailbox only at fixed times, for example around 10.00 and 15.00. Colleagues get used to this quickly and if it is really urgent, the phone is in use.
Also within OutlookThere are various resources available to manage the large amount of e-mail. Because Outlook uses MS word as an editor, it also works in Word: When you need to use the same text in e-mail regularly, an old e-mail is usually searched for and copied. A quicker way is to make use of the ' Quick Parts ' (Quickparts). When a new e-mail is created, the selected text can be saved from the ' Insert > Text > Quick Parts ' tab in the ' Gallery quick Parts '. When the text is needed, the text can be selected in the same way and pasted into the email. In addition to text only, all selected elements, such as images in the building block, can be included and inserted. This still saves the search for the e-mail with the necessary text.
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