Using the StyleRef field for chapter headings in Microsoft Word 2013

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Documents that contain multiple headings can be hard to read without context as to where you are in the document. To give readers a visual clue, add dynamic text to page headers that reflect the most recent chapter heading in use.

To dynamically add page header text, use the Quick Parts StyleRef field to reference and display title headings that exist in the document. To see how this can be accomplished, follow the steps in the section below or watch this video tutorial which walks through the process: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bUipPzIHKkg

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Use Shift+F3 To Change Case In Microsoft Word

If you work in Microsoft Word a lot you may need to change the capitalization or case of text you are working with.

To quickly change the case of selected text, use this keyboard shortcut to switch between:

  • lowercase
  • UPPERCASE
  • Capitalize Each Word

To do so, select the text to change and press SHIFT + F3 to toggle between the three settings.

Note: This function also works on Microsoft PowerPoint.

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