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    You can remove a Drop Down List box from your word document by going into design mode and then selecting the list box and pressing your delete key on your keyboard. Like this:

    You might need to right click the drop down box and select “Properties” and then click the “Content Control cannot be deleted” chekbox before attempting to delete it:

    You can click on Modify, also, to obtain one of the entry values.


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    If you’d like to add a drop-down box, you need to use the Developer tab. If that’s not visible, modify the Ribbon so that it is enabled.

    On the Developer tab the Controls section includes form elements. The Drop-Down List control is highlighted in the image below. Place your cursor where you want the drop-down list and click on the icon in the ribbon.

    The drop-down element will appear. Now click on the Properties button on the Developer tab.

    The Content Control Properties for the drop-down list will appear.

    You can enter a title for the control at the top of the box. If you would like to use a style for the contents you can click on the check box for Style. The Drop-Down List Properties area at the bottom is where you add the list items. The text under Display Name (“Choose an item”) is what appears before the user picks an item. Use the Add… button to a…

    There are several ways of displaying a dropdown list in Excel. As you might imagine, deleting the dropdown list is different for each method.

    The most common (and my personal favorite) is a data validation dropdown. The cell containing the dropdown looks completely normal until you click on it. At that point, the dropdown appears and you may make a selection (or not) from the values displayed. To remove such a dropdown, select the cell, open the Data…Data Validation…Data Validation menu item, and choose “Any value” as the type of validation in the “Allow” field in the dialog.

    Much less common are Forms and ActiveX dropdowns. These sit on top of the cell, so you always see their dropdown arrow. And they are difficult to fit into the cell and match the cell gridline borders exactly. I find them ugly in appearance, and avoid their use.

    There are actually several different controls that might be described as a dropdown in the Forms and ActiveX sets: Combo Box, Listbox, Combo List, and Combo Dropdown. Most commonly, people use the Combo Box.

    To delete a Forms control: rightclick it, then hit the Delete key.

    To delete an ActiveX control: on the Developer tab of the ribbon (which is hidden in the default install of Excel), click the Design Mode icon. Then select the control and hit the Delete key. Hit the Design Mode icon once again to return to the spreadsheet user interface. Note that there may be code associated with the ActiveX control in the code pane of the worksheet. If so, you will want to rightclick the sheet tab, choose View Code, find the code and delete it.

    The screenshot below shows Forms and ActiveX Combo Box controls.

    No. While you can include a table in a header (or footer), you cannot set the properties to place it “under” the page content as you can with an image.

    However, you could create a header as a 1-row table that would act as the top row for a table within the document body — and a footer as a 1-row table to act as the document body table’s “footer”.

    You could also set it up to display differently on the first, interior and last pages if you specify “different first page” for header/footers in Page Setup and then use some field code logic.

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    If the footer is to include something like “Continued on next page…”, it would need to be defined twice: once as a first page footer; again as a footer for all other pages. (If your document has different odd & even pages, you’d need to set it up for each of them.)

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    You could also use StyleRef field codes in the headers and/or footers to include content from the table if you have it set up with unique styles. For example, if a table row in a procedure manual were to include a “subsection” set with a “Heading 3” style, you could include it in the page footer by using { styleref “Heading 3” }.

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    Follow this procedure. For example I have created a ms word file of 5 pages. Entire file has by default only 1 section. You can see this in status bar after visiting every page of your document. Now suppose you want to start page numbering 1 but from page 2 & no page numbering in page 1 then –

    Step 1 : put your cursor in the very beginning of 2nd page. Then click “breaks” option in the page layout menu.

    Step 2 : a list appears. Click “continuous” option in this. Now observe in the status bar. If you click in page 1, status bar shows “section 1”, if you click another page, status bar shows “section 2”.

    Step 3 : click on the “page number” option in insert menu then choose/click the option as shown in the screenshot.

    Step 4 : Instead of coming 1, page number has come as “2” in 2nd page number. Don’t worry, follow the procedure

    Step 5 : You will see a new menu “design”. And “link to previous” option is selected by default

    Step 6 : deselect this option

    Step 7 : now go to page number 1 and delete the header which is coming as “1”

    Step 8 : Now go to page number 2 and click the option given in the screenshot below

    Step 9 : A small dialog box appears like this

    Step 10 : Choose the “start at” option & type 1 in the box next to it. By the way “1” automatically comes in this box. If not, you can type 1 in this box manually.

    Step 11 : click OK in this dialog box. Your work is over. You can see “1” is appearing in page number 2, “2” is appearing as header in page number 3 and so on.

    Step 12 : Below screenshot is the final for your clarity

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    Create a drop-down list

    • Select the cells that you want to contain the lists.
    • On the ribbon, click DATA > Data Validation.
    • In the dialog, set Allow to List.
    • Click in Source, type the text or numbers (separated by commas, for a comma-delimited list) that you want in your drop-down list, and click OK.

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    Market dominance does not imply product superiority.

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    You can create a shape and then add text to it. To add the shape, select Insert > Illustrations > Shapes.

    After you create your shape, right click and choose the Add Text option.

    Once you’ve added your text, on the Insert tab select Links > Hyperlinks. When the Insert Hyperlink dialog box opens, select Place in this Document from the Link to section and then choose Top of the Document.

    The text in your box will be styled like a hyperlink. If you want to change that style, press Ctrl+Alt+Shift+S to open the Styles dialog box. Find Hyperlink in the list, right-click and choose Modify.

    You’ll have to copy and paste this box to every page in your document. Users will be able to click on each box to return to the top. By default, they will have to press Ctrl+click. If you want to change this behavior, go to Word > Options > Advanced and in the Editing Options section, unselect Use CTRL + Click to follow hyperlink.

    My first instinct was to answer this one with a big “NO!”. I thought, are you crazy?

    But then I thought about it for a second. It would be kind of cool if you could nest the lists to have multiple levels. Not such a crazy idea, but I still didn’t think it would work in a useful way.

    But it was worth some experimentation to see what we’d get.

    I made two validation lists. One of them had a mixture of static values and also within it, a drop-down that pointed to the other validation list.

    Then, I turned data validation on in a third part of the worksheet and selected the mixed range to see what happens.

    It actually works like I expected. I can select from the dropdown an item that is selected in the other dropdown. When I do select that item, that selection is now in my data range.

    But when I go to the validation list and change one of the items via the dropdown, I get an error that my data is now invalid because it is not one of the allowed choices. When I drop down the list on that cell, I see the allowable choices are different and match the new list.

    So, you can sort of nest the validation lists, but you can’t have them update dynamically so I am not sure what the usefulness of this feature is.

    You can’t.

    At the time, many years ago, I remember seeing some software that prevented the right-click so you couldn’t use that method to copy either. Didn’t stop anyone taking a screenshot, though.

    This was long before the days of cameras on phones.

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    He developed a love for astronomy at the age of 6 and used to borrow books from the library. Of course, there were no copy facilities back then and library late-returns were not the ‘done thing’, so you couldn’t keep them. His answer? He’d hand copy the books he wanted to keep.

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