Lighten the information load with AutoSummarize
When you need to read and summarize a lengthy article or manuscript, let Word's AutoSummarize feature create a summary of the document for you. To do so, follow these steps:
The AutoSummarize feature not only highlights or creates a summary of the main points, but it also updates the document statistics in the file's properties. If you don't want Word to update the file properties, deselect the Update Document Statistics check box.
Display simple function results in the status bar
When you need to perform a quick, one-time analysis of your data, try using Excel's status bar functions. For example, a nonprofit organization may list donations by date, donor, and amount. If a donor calls to ask for all of his or her donations on record for the previous year, you can use this feature to provide a quick answer.
Follow these steps:
Excel displays the total in the status bar. Other simple function results that Excel can display in the status bar include Average, Count, Count Nums, Max, and Min.
Print a single form
Access allows you to print a form exactly as it appears on the screen. Follow these steps:
If you select a totally blank record, the form will not print. You must enter a space or a period in at least one field and fill in all required data before you can print a blank form.