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It can be programmed from Word, let’s see how


Few things we love more than posting tutorials in magazines on how to get more out of Microsoft Office, the most widely used text-editing program in the world, even though the number of Google Docs users has increased in recent years.

A few days ago, we showed you how you can delete whole words from Word so you don’t have to spell it out. This saves time, which is not enough in our daily life.

Before we learned how to create vertical text in Microsoft’s tool, but not before we taught you the secret filler text formula (the famous Lore Ipsum). Because our goal is to teach you new ways to use the most commonly used tools.


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Despite all this, today you should not be surprised if we tell you that we are back in the tutorial arena, although the purpose of this post is more complicated: We are going to teach you how to use Microsoft Word for programming. Yes, you read it right.

To do this, we are going to follow steps that Microsoft itself does not take on their website, where they usually answer questions from users and customers very regularly. Let’s go there:

  1. On the File tabselect Options > Customize Ribbon.
  2. Under “Customize the Ribbon and Main Tabs” Check the Scheduler box.

Once you display the tab, the Developer tab will remain visible unless you uncheck the box or reinstall Microsoft Office as a program.

Even so, the job would have already been done, so you can see that it’s as simple as it is effective.. If you’re a programmer and you feel like slicing up some code with Word because you don’t have another program handy (although there are free and very good ones out there), Microsoft Word can always save your life.

Source: Computer Hoy

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I am Bret Jackson, a professional journalist and author for Gadget Onus, where I specialize in writing about the gaming industry. With over 6 years of experience in my field, I have built up an extensive portfolio that ranges from reviews to interviews with top figures within the industry. My work has been featured on various news sites, providing readers with insightful analysis regarding the current state of gaming culture.


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