Override automatic page breaks
By default, Word creates a new page break when the text reaches the bottom margin. However, sometimes you may want to override automatic pagination to ensure the specific placement of paragraphs on a page.
For example, let's say you have a paragraph that you don't want Word to separate between pages. To prevent Word from inserting a page break within the paragraph, follow these steps:
When you select this option, Word won't break the paragraph. Rather than splitting it up, Word will move the entire paragraph to the next page.
You can also use this feature to keep two paragraphs together on the same page. In this case, select the first paragraph, and select the Keep With Next check box instead of Keep Lines Together. This ensures that the selected paragraph will always appear on the same page as the paragraph that follows it.
Convert a chart to a picture
By default, Excel links all chart data to the chart. When you make a change to the data, the chart changes to reflect the new data.
There are times, however, when you may want to create a chart that doesn't change, which represents the data from a particular point in time. One method for creating such a chart is to convert the chart to a picture.
To convert a chart to a picture, follow these steps:
Now when you change data in the spreadsheet, the original chart will change, but the converted chart will remain the same.
Control data entry using a form's properties
The properties of a form can help protect your data from inadvertent edits, deletions, or additions. If you want to use a form only as a resource to look things up, you can set the form's data properties to allow read-only access.
Follow these steps: