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How do you use the graphing tool on MICROSOFT word?

How do you use the graphing tool on MICROSOFT word? Topic: Case sheet set
July 17, 2019 / By Bethney
Question: how do you use the graphing tool on MICROSOFT word for adding numbers? yes but how do you use it to add?
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Aglæca Aglæca | 4 days ago
Are you talking about adding an excel sheet? or data set? in that case, for Word 2007 ... from the top ribbon, go to "Insert" then "Object", select Excelsheet from the list or from Word 2003, from the top toolbar select, insert, then object - same thing
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Aglæca Originally Answered: Does anyone have lotus word I have a file that i need to be converted to microsoft word to view?
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Aglæca Originally Answered: Does anyone have lotus word I have a file that i need to be converted to microsoft word to view?
Yes i have lotus word email me ur file on [email protected] i'll try to convert it into .doc and will send u that attachment.................for freee!!!!!!!!(just jocking)I'll convert it to *.doc and email to you .But it'll take about 5 to 6 hours as i have to get cd and install it!!11

Tim Tim
If you need a math function plotter, you might want to consider using a tool like: http://www.onlinefunctiongrapher.com/ You can save the image and then embed it in your word document
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Tim Originally Answered: Is there a way of automatically showing the word count on your work on Microsoft Word?
Do this: In Word versions prior to Word 2007: 1. Position the cursor where you want the word count to go. 2. Click the Insert->Field menu item. 3. Scroll down to and click on NumWords. 4. Click OK. In Word 2007: 1. Position the cursor where you want the word count to go. 2. Click the Insert tab on the Ribbon. 3. In the Text group, click the QuickParts icon. 4. Click the Fields menu item. 5. Scroll down to and click on NumWords. 6. Click OK. Note: This won’t automatically stay current when you edit the document. To refresh it, click in it and press the F9 key. Hope that helps.
Tim Originally Answered: Is there a way of automatically showing the word count on your work on Microsoft Word?
it should do that automatically any way you must be using an older version of ms word try getting 2007 it can be compatible for older versions too

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