Chapter 3: Speed Techniques Worth Knowing About

In This Chapter

arrow.png Undoing mistakes and repeating actions

arrow.png Zooming to get a better view of your work

arrow.png Working with two different files at the same time

arrow.png Instructing Office to correct typos automatically

arrow.png Entering hard-to-type text with the AutoCorrect command

This brief chapter takes you on a whirlwind tour of shortcut commands that can save you time and effort no matter which Office application you’re working in. This chapter is devoted to people who want to get it done quickly and get away from their computers. It explains the Undo and Repeat commands, zooming in and out, and opening more than one window on the same file. You also discover how to display windows in different ways, correct your typos automatically, and enter hard-to-type terminology with a simple flick of the wrist.

Undoing and Repeating Commands

If I were to choose two commands for the Hall of Fame, they would be the Undo command and the Repeat command. One allows you to ...

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