Window’s Task Scheduler is a handy tool for keeping your Normal template backup current.
Calling for Backup (Part 1)
It is always a good idea to keep a backup copy of Word’s Normal template.
A Faster Path to Keyboard Shortcuts
Word has a hidden command that makes editing and adding keyboard shortcuts a whole lot easier.
Swapping User Names
Here’s a macro that will help you quickly switch between user names in Word.
Tools for Style Setters
Determining what formatting has been applied in Word can be a bit tricky, but two hidden tools can provide some assistance.
Counting Words by Chapter
A new macro, based on existing code from online forums, quickly creates a words-per-chapter count.
An Inline Commenting Macro
The process of entering and styling inline comments is simplified through the use of this very short macro.
Members of the EFA provided some great opinions on the pros and cons of using inline comments, which I’ve summarized.
Automating a Style Sheet (Part 2)
To complement the StyleThat macro, I’ve developed a macro that sorts style sheet terms.
Automating a Style Sheet (Part 1)
A revised version of the the Editorium’s StyleThat macro can speed up copying terms to a style sheet.