Updating shortcuts all at once

Optionally, click "Numbers" to select a different number format. Alternatively, press "F9" to quickly update numbers.

Cross-references in Word 20 create links in your text to captions and notes elsewhere in the document, such as captions on figures and tables, and footnotes and endnotes.

We very often get calls from customers who are evaluating Windows 8/Windows 8.1 for deployment, but are concerned about some of the changes in the UI that may confuse their users.

A typical concern we hear is that users are used to having shortcuts on the desktop for Computer, Documents, and Network.

No need to update cross-references, tables of contents and separately; just select the whole document and click Update Field.

On the other hand, if you don't want to update other items, you need to select your cross-references more carefully.

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Likewise, deleting or moving captions confuses the order of figures.

Microsoft Word quickly adds an editable figure number through its Insert Caption function to make referencing images and graphs intuitive.

You can change this number by highlighting the figure and choosing to insert another caption.

This will normally be either your desktop (e.g., C:\Users\derek\Desktop) or your computer’s shared (“public”) desktop (C:\Users\Public\Desktop). Depending on your computer, do one of the following: i.) Select Run from the Start menu. Change the Save As Type box to "All Files (*.*)" and then enter as the File name (or whatever name makes you happy, as long as it ends with .bat).

My shortcut called “Mail” is actually located in the file “C:\Users\derek\Desktop\Mail.lnk”. Make sure the location is your desktop and click Save. Test the Master Shortcut On your desktop you should now have a file called launch.

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