Most of us are used to being able to search for a specific phrase in Google by putting the phrase in “quotation marks”. This is a simple thing to do, and very useful for narrowing down searches. In databases you can use Boolean search terms such as ‘AND’, ‘OR’, etc. These are also mostly self-explanatory […]
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Hi, here’s a short video on how to customise AutoCorrect in Word. (The example uses Word 2013, but it should work with all versions of Word, as far as I know.) It’s a very useful way speeding up your typing by storing abbreviations of words and short phrases that you use a lot.