The Library of Antiquity is on hiatus until January 2018. We wish all of our readers a happy new year, and we are excited to bring you more advice and tutorials next month!
And we’re back to Word! This time, we tackle the Layout panel. The functions here are most useful for teaching, but some techniques transfer over to longer documents, such as books or theses. In this post, I’ll cover columns, breaks, and line numbers. There are other tools in the Layout panel, like word wrapping, margins, and alignment, but for the most part you won’t need to use these tools in a classical studies environment. If you think we should cover them, let us know on social media or in the comments! Continue reading
A few weeks ago, I shared my summer project, an intensive web development course. Since the cat is out of the bag that I’m transitioning to an alt-ac career, I thought it was time to talk a bit about my decision not to pursue an academic career.
Don’t forget to set your clocks back an hour today for Daylight Savings Time! Regular posts resume next week.
As I mentioned last time, Track Changes is the most useful tool in Word — and definitely one of the most important to master. I was surprised by how much I had to say about effectively using this tool. In this second post, I explain how to use your newfound Track Changes skills for collaborative writing.