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I can answer all questions on Microsoft Word with the exception of VBA and, perhaps, Mail Merging. I have particular strengths in templates, layout, formatting and styles due to the amount I use them, delve into and play about. I know a bit about Mail Merge but don't use it that much (bordering on not at all). I have answered a few questions on the old MVP site before, but that was some years ago (2002-3, I believe).
I started using Word in 1994 and have used most versions ever since. I really took an interest in it when I started as a Technical Writer in 1997 and then started dabbling with macros/VBA a couple of years later.
I've been using Word 2010 since July last year and then took a Word certification test 6 days later - I was awarded the expert award.
I have an MCSE from a few years ago and a number of other, non IT-based associations and organisation, but that's about it.
I've written two books to help English-speaking people to learn the Thai language. These are: Learning Thai, Your Great Adventure; and Memory Aids To Your Great Adventure. I'm now starting on two more books (on the same subject). I started off trying to write LTYGA in MS Word (naturally) but, unfortunately, either Word or my computer (or both) couldn't handle the complexity of the document and I had to resort to Framemaker. I'll be writing the new books in Word and InDesign (by the look of it).
I'm Grammar school educated and currently studying for my BA in English at Ramkamhaeng University in Bangkok, Thailand. I'm a CELTA qualified English teacher and also a PADI [dive] Instructor, EANx instructor and an EFR instructor.
I have worked as a Technical Writer for a few years and have worked for a number of clients such as Barclays Bank, Aviva Insurance Company, Vizzavi (subsidiary of Vodafone) and more. Due to my location, I do practically all my work via the Internet and am currently working as a QA Manager and Technical Writer/Business Analyst for CASSA Australia where I am providing many roles including templates and documentation design (in Word of course)