Five Things Every Genealogist Should Know How to Do in Word
Webinar: Five Things Every Genealogist Should Know How to Do in Word
For good or for bad, Microsoft Word is an indispensable tool. But most of us learned how to use it—only by having to use it.
Michelle D. Novak is a brand designer who regularly wrestles with the ins and outs of Word—on both Mac and PC—for client projects. Over the years she’s learned how to control those auto-correct annoyances, build advanced paragraph and character style sheets, use the layout features to the max, build sophisticated templates that help speed her work, and has become a bit of a stickler on using the correct punctuation character. So join us as we explore five tricks of the program that can help you with your every day work.
Michelle D. Novak is President of [MND] (www.mnd.nyc), a NYC Brand-Design agency and a graduate of RISD and BU Genealogical Research. She is a Trustee of the Genealogical Society of New Jersey; the Genealogical Society of Bergen County, NJ; and is Editor of the GSBC’s ISFHWE award-winning newsletter, "The Archivist."
This webinar will be recorded for member access following the event.