Q. What is Easy Text? A. Easy Text is the Works feature that allows you to enter frequently typed information with one simple keystroke. For information about how to use Easy Text, see your Works online Help.Q. What are Easy Formats? A. Easy Formats simplify the process of formatting documents you create. With Easy Formats, you can quickly and easily format multiple paragraphs and documents to have the same look. Works includes some predefined Easy Formats. You can use these as they exist, change them, or create your own. For information about how to use Easy Formats, see your Works online Help.Q. How do I remove a word I've inadvertently added to the custom dictionary? A. To remove a misspelled word from your custom dictionary, perform the following five steps: 1. On the Tools menu, click Spelling. 2. If the message "Spelling check finished" appears, type a misspelled word into your document and check the spelling again to produce the Spelling dialog box. 3. In the Spelling dialog box, click Edit Custom Dictionary. 4. Highlight the word you want to remove and click Delete. 5. Click Done.Q. How do I insert a picture into my document? A. There are several ways to insert a picture into your Word Processing document. For example, you can open the picture in another application, copy it, and then paste it into your document. In addition, you can use one of the following methods: Using Microsoft Draw -------------------- Perform the following five steps: 1. In your document, click Drawing on the Insert menu. 2. On the File menu in Draw, click Import Picture. 3. In the Look In box, choose where you want Works to search for the picture. 4. Select the picture you want, and then click Open. 5. On the File menu in Draw, click Exit And Return. Using Microsoft ClipArt Gallery ------------------------------- Perform the following seven steps: 1. In your document, click ClipArt on the Insert menu. If the picture you want to insert is already in the ClipArt Gallery, simply double-click it to insert it. If you have a new picture, complete the following steps to add it to the Gallery. 2. Click Organize. 3. Click Add Pictures. 4. In the Look In box, choose where you want Works to search for the picture. 5. Select the picture you want, and then click Open. 6. Click the appropriate category for the picture, or create a new category. 7. Click OK.Q. What types of pictures can I import into a document? A. Microsoft Works can import the following picture types: - Windows Bitmap (.BMP) - Windows metafile (.WMF) - Computer Graphics metafile (.CGM) - PC Paintbrush (.PCX) - Tagged Image Format (.TIF) - Encapsulated PostScript (.EPS) - WordPerfect 5.x Graphics (.WPG) - Kodak Photo CD System (.PCD) Note also that other programs, such as Microsoft Publisher or Office, may install graphic converters that can also be used with Microsoft Works.Q. What types of files can I open in the Word Processor module? A. Works supplies converters to open the following file types in the Word Processor: - Text (.TXT) - Rich Text Format (.RTF) - Windows Write (.WRI) - Works 3.0 for Windows (.WPS) - Works 2.0 for Windows (.WPS) - Works for MS-DOS (.WPS) - Word 2.0 for Windows (.DOC) - Word 6.0/7.0 for Windows (.DOC) - Word 6.0 for Macintosh (.DOC) - Word 3.0-6.0 for MS-DOS (.DOC) - Works 3.0 for Mac (.WP) - Works 4.0 for Mac (.WP) - WordPerfect 5.x (.DOC) - WordPerfect 6.0 (.DOC) If the file you want to open is not on the above list, that file must be converted to a format Microsoft Works can understand. For help determining the correct format, consult the other program's documentation, or contact the support provider of the other program.Q. What other types of file formats can I use to save my Works 4.0 Word Processing document? A. Works supplies converters to save files in the following file formats: - Works 3.0 for Windows (.WPS) - Works 2.0 for Windows (.WPS) - Works for MS-DOS (.WPS) - Text (.TXT) - Rich Text Format (.RTF) - Word 2.x for Windows (.DOC) - WordPerfect 5.x (.DOC) - Windows Write 3.0 (.WRI) - Word 3.0-6.0 for MS-DOS (.DOC) - Works 3.0 for Mac (.WP) - Works 4.0 for Mac (.WP) If you want to convert the file into a format that is not listed, the file must be converted to a different format that can be understood by the program that will be reading the file. For example, if you want to use a Works Word Processor document in an application that is not on the list, but that application can read text files, you could save your document as a text (.TXT) file. For help determining the correct format, consult the other program's documentation, or contact the makers of the program.
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