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The long, complex documents that medical writers often work with can place unusual demands on a word processing program. Microsoft Word® is a powerful program, but that does not mean using it properly is always easy or intuitive. Many problems…
Regulatory documents are prepared in a highly collaborative process within tight timelines. The time and the resources required for collecting input, organising document review, and processing the reviewers’ responses often dwarf those invested in…
Almost everyone uses Microsoft Word® – but do you use its standard functions to the full to make your job easier? It is worth spending a little time getting to know how you can exploit functions like ‘Find and Replace’ or change or understand some…
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