(TOOL) – Some—Admittedly— Rather Random Tips and Tricks in MS Word | Jost Zetzsche


Late last year, I was asked to chair ATA’s Translation and Interpreting Resources Committee, whose perhaps most important task is to oversee the publication of articles in The ATA Chronicle related to, well, useful resources (e.g., software, online glossaries, and tips and tricks for working more productively). The committee met at ATA’s Annual Conference in San Francisco and collected a good number of ideas for articles to write or commission. Since these articles are for you and hopefully address your interests, we naturally would be very interested in what you would like to see.

Today’s topic: MS Word. The vast majority of us use it. Most of us use it well, but virtually none of us to the extent we could. And that may be just fine. There is no good reason to know everything and anything about a program that tries to please everyone. But there are a number of features that are …

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