Changelog – What’s New and Updated
Below you will find information about new and updated Word macros and Word tips that are available on this website.
In order to make the setup of the Word macros and Word tips more user-friendly and to make the layout more flexible, I transferred all existing articles from www.thedoctools.com to this setup at www.thedoctools.com/word-macros-tips, DocTools Word Macros & Tips, in June 2018. This changelog was introduced with the new layout. Therefore, the change information does not cover changes earlier than spring 2018 even if the first articles were published back in 2007.
All old URLs to Word macros and Word tips have been set up to be automatically redirected to the new URLs so any old links to the articles should still work.
Published the article How to Create a Multi-column Word Table Where Each Column Has Individual Cell Heights. The article provides information about how you can create a multi-column table in Word where each column looks as if it consists of cells with individual cell heights.
Published the article How to Open Word Documents with Specific Zoom and View. The article explains how zoom and view in Word works and provides macros ready for use. For example, you will find macros that will automatically apply a specific zoom and view to new Word documents you create and existing documents you open in Word.
Published the article Word Fields - Useful Keyboard Shortcuts. The article provides a list of useful Word field shortcuts including descriptions of how the shortcuts work.
Published the article Updating Fields in Word - How it Works. The article provides information about how each kind of Word field works in relation to updating. Find out which fields are updated automatically by Word and which fields you must update manually.
Published the article Troubleshooting - Word Fails to Show Font Name and Other Formatting Values - Shows Blank Fields. The article explains the rules that apply to the way Word shows or does not show formatting information. You will also find suggested solutions plus a macro that can automatically perform the check for you, also when Word fails to do so.
Updated the article Create List of Local Built-in Style Names to cover all styles in Word 2013 and Word 2016 in addition to styles covered in the previous version. From the article you can download a Word document that includes all built-in style names covering Word 2003, 2007, 2010, 2013, and 2016 (365) in English. If you are not using an English version of Word, the document includes a macro that lets you add local built-in styles names with the click of a button.