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One After Another

Posted By On September 8, 2006 @ 1:52 PM In MS Office Help | No Comments

One After Another

Do you use the Drawing Tools in the MS Office programs frequently?

Have you ever used the same drawing tool repeatedly and found yourself aggravated with the need to turn the tool back on after each new shape?

Sure would be nice to be able to turn the drawing tool on and leave it on, wouldn’t it?

(Sorry, daydreaming again).

Oh, but maybe not.

Did you know that it’s possible to turn some of the drawing tools on for multiple draws?

Well, much to the frequent drawer’s relief it is!

And it’s all in a double click.

I found that I could double click the circle, rectangle, arrow or line tool…

…and the shape would be turned on for multiple drawings.

Then click the button again (or hit the Esc key) to turn it off.

From now on, it’s click, click and you’re set to go!

~ April

One After Another

Posted By On November 17, 2004 @ 3:58 PM In MS Office Help | No Comments

One After Another

Do you use the Drawing Tools in the MS Office programs frequently?

Have you ever used the same drawing tool repeatedly and found yourself aggravated with the need to turn the tool back on after each new shape?

Sure would be nice to be able to turn the drawing tool on and leave it on…

(Sorry, daydreaming again.)

Oh, but maybe not.

Did you know that it’s possible to turn some of the drawing tools on for multiple draws?

Well, much to the frequent drawers relief it is!

And… it’s all in a double click.

I found that I could double click the circle, rectangle, arrow or line tool

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and the shape would be turned on for multiple drawings.

Then click the button again (or hit the Esc key) to turn it off.

From now on it’s click, click and you’re set to go!


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