Mac Word’s support for global templates is very spotty, and it’s unlikely to work perfectly with files produced on other computers, especially files originally produced on a PC. The usual workaround is to open a new Verbatim doc, then cut and paste the contents. With PowerPoint, Excel, Word, OneNote, an individual can easily create the documents, and with OneDrive integration, one can easily access the files from anywhere as per convenience. In addition to this, Mac Microsoft Office also offers the ability of co-authoring & threaded comments, and sharing documents to work on Documents in the chorus. Dec 05, 2016 5 How-tos. As a potential workaround, create a folder on the top level of the share, (you will need to mount it, and use cmd or better yet the Terminal on a client with permission to create items), CD to it, and create the item, i.e. (Terminal/Bash) Text. Cd /Volumes/NAS-Share mkdir.TemporaryItems.
Creating and Editing Headings
- Select the Home tab from the ribbon.
- In your document, select the text to convert to a heading.
- Click on the appropriate heading level in the Styles in-ribbon gallery; e.g., Heading 1.
- Headings 1, 2, or 3 can also be assigned using Control + Alt + 1, 2, or 3, respectively.
Word documents with a true heading structure provide at least two benefits:
- The document retains this structure when correctly exported to HTML or PDF.
- The document's readability is increased for all users.
Adding Alternative Text
- Right-click on the image and select Format Picture. A dialog box will appear.
- Select the Layout & Properties icon and choose Alt Text.
- Enter the appropriate alternative text only in the Description field, NOT the Title field.
- Select the Insert tab on the ribbon, then select Table > Insert Table.
- If your table has a column header(s), select Table Tools > Layout on the ribbon, then choose the Repeat Header Rows option in the Data group.
Do NOT create tables 'by hand' with spaces or the Tab key.
- Select a hyperlink, right-click, and select Edit Hyperlink or Ctrl + K.
- Change the text in the Text to display field to a more meaningful description.
- Select the Home tab on the ribbon.
- Choose the Numbered List or Bulleted List option from the Paragraph group.
- Select the Page Layout tab on the ribbon.
- Select Columns in the Page Setup group.
- Choose the number of columns.
Using the Accessibility Checker
- Select File > Info > Check for Issues > Check Accessibility.
- The checker presents accessibility errors, warnings, and tips for making repairs.
Saving as HTML
- Select File > Save As, designate the location (usually Computer), and select a folder.
- Choose one of two options for exporting to HTML from the Save as type drop-down menu:
- Save as Web Page
- Save as Web Page, Filtered
Converting to PDF
Users can create PDF files with the Adobe Acrobat add-in (recommended), or by using Word to save the document as a PDF file.
Adobe Acrobat Add-in
- To export a PDF, select Create PDF from the Acrobat ribbon, OR select File> Save as Adobe PDF.
- Double-check that the proper Application Settings are enabled in Word. You only need do this once:
- Select Preferences from the Acrobat ribbon.
- Ensure that the Enable Accessibility and Reflow with tagged Adobe PDF setting is checked in the Acrobat PDFMaker dialog.
Saving to PDF with Word
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Accessible PDF files can be created without installing the Adobe Acrobat add-in:
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- Select File > Save As.
- Under Save as Type, select PDF.
- Before saving, select Options and ensure that the Document structure tags for accessibility option is selected.