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Hi Eva. You could show your scientists how to use AutoCorrect to avoid
having to type certain phrases repeatedly:
soi = Southern Oscillation Index
You could volunteer to edit some of these documents. I bet you'll
quickly get a feel for what the writers do wrongly or awkwardly or
Do these expert opinions have to include footnotes, equations, a
bibliography? Do the authors find it easy to work with these or does
Word fight them? You could research shortcuts and workarounds.
> I started at this new job a few weeks ago and have been tasked
> to write a document explaining the lesser-known features of Word.
> I know my favorites but for scientists writing expert opinions, what
> are useful commands they may not know about?
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