Tip #9 – Tabs

Only last week (at the time of writing, that is) I was working on designing a set of new templates for a client.

They provided the original documents and wanted me to recreate these with best practice principles applied and all the rest of it. These original documents contained a series of lists.

As always, they’re created using tabs (tab-tab-tab):

This is one way of using tabs but, again, it’s not the best way to use them. With your documents, ultimately, everything needs to be style-dependent, i.e. create a new style for everything you do different:

1 style = 1 purpose is my mantra.

The video, below, show how tabs should be used:


Next Steps

My Free Introduction to Microsoft Word course is here.

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