Some people really make a lot of work for themselves when it comes to headings. It seems straightforward enough: just select the text you want to use for the heading
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In this series I’m looking at 13 features of Microsoft Word that you may not have come across, but which can be incredibly useful. Today’s topic is how to generate random text. First, though, why would you wish to do so? Blogger Doug Woods recently joked that you could use the random text feature to bulk up a report in order to fool your boss into thinking you’ve been putting in loads of effort! But there are more serious reasons you might want to do so.
A lot of people use Microsoft Word, but it’s said that most of them use only a few of the features available. The aim of this series is to introduce to you some of the features in Word of whose existence you may not be aware, but which you will almost certainly find useful.
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