CHAPTER 5 CREATING DOCUMENTS MORE EFFICIENTLY in Word

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Now that the signature setup is complete and a signature line is inserted in the document, you can sign on the line. You can print the document, and sign on the paper. But if you want to e-mail the document, you need to sign the document on your computer. If you have a Tablet PC, you can use the inking feature to sign on the line. You can write your signature on a plain piece of paper, scan the image into your computer, and then insert the image of the signature on the signature line. To add the signature image to the signature line: 1. Double-click the signature line in the document. The Sign dialog box will display. 2. Click the link for Select Image and locate the image of the signature. The image will display on the line in the dialog box. 3. Click Sign, and then click OK to close the message box. The signature line in the document is updated with the signature, and the document is locked.
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NOTE If the alert Invalid signature displays above the signature line, doubleclick the signature line to display the Signature Details box. Click the link at the top of the dialog box to confirm that you trust the user s identity, and then click Close.
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Once the signature line is complete, the document is locked and cannot be edited. To unlock the document for editing, you need to remove the signature line from the document. To remove the signature line: 1. Click the Microsoft Office button, choose Prepare, and select View Signatures. The Signatures task pane will display. 2. Select the signature to be removed. 3. Click the down arrow next to the signature name, and choose Remove Signature. 4. Click Yes to confirm the deletion.
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Because equations contain various symbols, it s convenient to have the Equation and Symbol options in the same group on the tab (see Figure 5-76).
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Figure 5-76 The Equation tools enable you to create complex equations.
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To create an equation, you can start by choosing a preformatted equation from a gallery of commonly used equations, or you can create your own equation from scratch. To choose from the built-in gallery, position the insertion point where you want the equation to appear, click the down arrow next to the Equation button in the Symbols group, and select an equation from the menu (see Figure 5-77). The built-in equation is inserted in the document at the location of the insertion point.
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Figure 5-77 You can insert a built-in equation and then edit it. When the equation is selected, the Equation Tools Design tab shown in Figure 5-78 will display as well. The tab includes numerous symbols and math structures.
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Figure 5-78 When you insert a built-in equation, the Equation Tools Design tab displays.
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To create an equation from scratch, position the insertion point where you want the equation to appear. Click the top portion of the Equation button in the Symbols group. An equation text box will be inserted at the location of the insertion point, and you can begin entering the equation using the options in the Symbols and Structures groups on the Equation Design Tools tab. The Tools group (see Figure 5-79) includes the Equation command and options for formatting the equation layout.
Figure 5-79 You can easily swtich between Professional and Linear formats. By default, Word automatically enters an equation in a professional format, which is a two-dimensional format (see Figure 5-80). For example, exponents are shown as superscripts, and fractions are displayed with the numerator above the denominator. Click the Professional button to convert an equation to the two-dimensional format.
Figure 5-80 It is easier to edit equations in the linear format. To display the equation in a one-dimensional format on one line (see Figure 5-80), with exponents indicated by a caret (^) and fractions shown as x/y, click the down arrow on the right side of the equation box and select Linear. Linear equations are easier to edit. To change to Normal text in a math area, click the Normal Text button. You can also access these format options by clicking the down arrow on the Equation Editor. To remove an equation from a document, select the entire equation by clicking the small tab on the left side of the Equation Editor. The equation is selected when it is shaded blue. Press the Delete key. Word offers more than 500 symbols for creating math equations. To view the symbols, click the More button in the Symbols group (see Figure 5-81). There are eight
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