An American Editor

April 17, 2016

Worth Reading: Using Combo Boxes in Style Sheets

Every so often I read an article on another blog that is so informative and worthwhile, I think it necessary to mention it on An American Editor. Today, I read “Using Combo Boxes in Style Sheets“, which was written by Hazel Bird (Wordstitch Editorial Services) and posted at her blog Editing Mechanics.

Using Combo Boxes in Style Sheets

This is a great idea for those of you who maintain your stylesheets in Word or a similar word processing program that offers such an option and who provide the type of information on your stylesheets that can be formatted for combo boxes.

I encourage you to read the article. It is a great explanation of a little-used Word feature that is adaptable to many uses for editors.

Richard Adin, An American Editor

1 Comment »

  1. Rich, thanks so much for posting this article and link! This is something I’ve never known about in Word that looks like it will come in very handy. I should probably learn about all the features available on Developer tab, for that matter.

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    Comment by Teresa Barensfeld — April 17, 2016 @ 2:19 pm | Reply


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