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Styles and Multi-Level Lists for Exam Setting in MS Word

In an attempt to not use tables at all for the formatting of content, I have created a multi-level list along with styles so I can easily create exam-ready documents in Microsoft Word that automatically update as I create my questions. This is particularly important when it comes to questions and multi-level lists (the arch-enemy …

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Teacher Professional ICT Development: Multi-level lists in MS Word

One of the parts of my job that I thoroughly enjoy is creating content that teaches people how to do things with software. At my school, I am very fortunate to have the role of helping teachers develop themselves professionally in Information and Communication Technology. During a recent training session, I had the opportunity to …

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Alternative Text from Word Displaying in PDFs

When inserting images into a Word document (or any other MS Office application), Office might try and add some accessibility features i.e. alternative descriptive text for screen readers or for when an image is not showing for some reason. This text will be kept with the picture when the Word document is sent to someone …

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