Customising Microsoft Word – ASTC 2017

I’m attending the Technical Communicators Conference 2017, the annual conference of the Australian Society for Technical Communication (ASTC). This post is a live blog of a session at the conference. In other words, I’m writing as the presenter speaks. Any mistakes are mine, and all credit goes to the presenter.

Rhonda Bracey presented a session called Customising Microsoft Word to increase your efficiency.  Rhonda uses Microsoft Word extensively in her role as editor, and is an expert on customising Word to suit your workflow. It was great to attend such an authoritative, well-structured session.

I didn’t take notes from this session, because it was directly after my own presentation and I needed time to recover. 🙂 Instead, I sat back and enjoyed Rhonda’s presentation and demos.

You can find many of Rhonda’s tips on her Cybertext website. In particular, take a look at the Word category on that site.

 

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About Sarah Maddox

Technical writer, author and blogger in Sydney

Posted on 11 November 2017, in ASTC, technical writing and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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