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(6) Word 2010 Tutorial | Bookmarks & Cross-References - YouTube
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lpU_fXl2d9Y;;;
tags: (6) Word 2010 Tutorial | Bookmarks & Cross-References - YouTube | microsoft ms office word bookmarks and crossReference cross-reference cross reference ;;;
One first creates a Bookmark.
Then one creates a crossReference to that bookMark.
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00:20; insert a bookmark
01:10; insert a 2nd bookmark.
02:00; shortCut for showHide bookMarks = Ctrl+G
02:35; shortCut for BookMark =Ctrl+Shift+F5
03:12; creating a cross-reference cross reference to a bookmark.
04:00; creating a cross-reference to a bookmark on a certain page number.
04:22; creating a cross-reference to a bookmark on a certain page number (what to show).
05:01; insert a cross-reference to a numbered item (example: paragraph number)
06:45; insert a cross-reference to a heading
(6)  Word  2010  Tutorial  |  Bookmarks  &  Cross-References  YouTube  microsoft  ms  office  and  crossReference  cross-reference  cross  reference  crossReferences  Bookmark  references 
july 2017 by neerajsinghvns
(6) Word 2010 Tutorial | Styles & Formatting | Full Course - YouTube
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pQP-dk7Dgbg;;;
https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=how+to+create+or+modify+a+style+in+microsoft+word;;;
tags: howto create a new style | (6) Word 2010 Tutorial Styles & Formatting Full Course - YouTube video | new paragraph character style styles;;;
MM:SS; new paragraph style
06:10; new character style
08:45; modifying a style
howto  create  a  new  style  |  (6)  Word  2010  Tutorial  Styles  &  Formatting  Full  Course  -  YouTube  video  paragraph  character 
july 2017 by neerajsinghvns
PopSci.com 2010 Best of What's New
CONSUMER PRODUCTS AND TECHNOLOGIES
The product or technology must be on sale or have been announced with a firm on-sale date, and that announcement or introduction must fall between October 1, 2009, and September 30, 2010, to qualify for the 2010 awards. The product or technology must exist and must be demonstrable and testable. Products need not be sold in the U.S. A product can be submitted for an underlying technology, such as an innovative suspension system in a car or a new image sensor in a digital camera. (For early prototypes without a firm release date, independent developers may wish to consider our Invention Awards instead.)
PopSci.com  2010  Best  of  What's  New  ;  popular  science  what  is  entry  form 
february 2011 by neerajsinghvns

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