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Michelle Riley
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If you've got a number of things, you've always wanted to do, which are languishing on your 'Someday List', then here's a couple of pointers on how you can start making them happen: https://magicvasolutions.com/blog/2-ways-to-tick-things-off-your-someday-list/
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Helpful Hocus Pocus: How to form a new habit and make it stick!
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Hi All,

I deal with a number of word documents that are over 100+ pages long. They are in sections and many sections are repeated across the documents, so one section can be in five different documents.

The documents have special fonts and maths formulae. These documents require updating on a regular basis and I'm trying to figure out of there's an easier way.

Currently, if there is an update to one of the sections, I have to go into each document that includes that section and either copy and paste the entire section, or make the minor change manually to the target document. This isn't a big deal throughout the year, but at one time of the year, ALL documents and ALL sections require massive updates and it takes me forever.

Is there a way to make dynamic changes to a document in Word? I was thinking perhaps a merge, but am not sure if that's the solution when dealing with different formatting within the sections (tables, headings etc)

Any advice would be appreciated!

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For those of you who use Instagram and are frustrated by the fact that the images you share to Twitter get turned into links, check out this video tip and bonus infographic (my first!) http://magicvasolutions.com/blog/how-to-upload-images-from-instagram-to-twitter/
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Hi everyone!

With twitpic shutting down, there's a need for a way of uploading rich media with tweets but with specified tweet content. So ideally I'd like to have a photo on my website that my readers can tweet with a custom tweet message. Like Clicktotweet but with a photo that is immediately visible in the feed. I've tried a combination of Clicktotweet and Twittercards and the photo isn't visible unless the Twitter user clicks on View Summary in their feed. It seems the only way to make images immediately visible is to upload them to Twitter yourself. Any ideas?

Eating Pop Tarts for breakfast. At $10.50 a box here in Australia, I am savouring the last of my birthday treats!
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