I have a couple of customization requests from users who are recently switching over from Word Perfect to Word 2003. I'm not
sure how Word Perfect handled some of the issues below, but if anyone knows a customization, option or registry setting that
would accomplish the following in Word, let me know.
1.) In all new documents opened, they would like the
paragraph format to be automatically justified (instead of the standard left alignment). Other than modifying the normal.dot
file on the individual's PC, or just hitting CTRL+J upon opening a new file, is there a way to do this?
you select text in Word and then go to File | Print | Selection and have the selection print on the part of the page that it
would normally be in if you had printed the whole document. Usually, Word would print a Selection starting at the top of a
page - is there a way to have a paragraph print in, say, the middle of the page if that's where it would be located in the
original document? I'm not sure WHY you'd want to do this....but it was a request that came up.
3.) Is there a
way for all documents to open at 100%. If memory serves, I'm pretty sure that the Zoom setting is saved with the document
when you save it, so if you were working at 80% and saved, it should reopen at 80%. BUT....once again, I received this
request, and was wondered if anyone else out there knew something I did not.
4.) This last one I need to get
clarification on myself - I'm not sure I understand what they are asking here. Apparently in WP there was a keyboard command
that allowed the user to move the cursor flush right. To me this sounds like they just want to right align stuff and a
simple CTRL+R should take care of that, but any of you WP users out there know if there's some other special WP feature that
they are trying to emulate here?
Thanks for any input from you guys out there. As usual, I am indebted.