How to Remove the Formatting of Pasted Texts with Macro and VBA in Your Word

This article will demonstrate you how to remove the formatting of pasted text with macro and VBA in your word. It happens a lot when you copy a text online, and you find the text is in rich formatting. For instance, there are repeating words, blank lines, tab characters, etc. Yet, such formatting can be quite annoying especially at times you don’t need. Naturally, you would remove the formatting manually each by each. However, what if the text is a really long one? Then the above method...

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Access Features for 3 Levels of Users

One of the reasons so many companies use Microsoft Access is because of the number of tools available for data management. The program is easy for beginners and experts to use. You can design your database to be as simple or as complex as you need.     One of the biggest strengths of Microsoft Access is that you can develop your database based on your specific needs and database knowledge. For beginners, the program offers all of the fundamental tools required by a database. You can...

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Access versus Excel – When a Database Makes Sense

Microsoft Access and Excel are not interchangeable. Excel is for dealing with a small, focused data set. Access is a database that gives you the tools required for managing and updating a wealth of related data. All too often people think that Microsoft Access and Excel are interchangeable, and that can lead to some serious problems with data. If you have ever worked with someone who does not know the difference, you know just how difficult it can be to manage large amounts of data in a few...

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