Considering that it allows you to correct mistakes easily, supports templates, can help you make bullets and numbers automatically and enables simple formatting, it does not come as a surprise that Microsoft Word is amongst the most successful word processor.
While efficient, it does lack some functions or features that can help users improve workflow. As the name suggests, Mark-A-Text is an add-in that provides you with a set of extra tools that allow you to highlight words and their variants via colors that make them easier to identify.
Enables you to find words and their variants
Following a quick and straightforward setup, you can access the utility from Word’s Add-in toolbar. On a side note, it goes without saying that you need to have the word processing application installed on your computer in order to use the add-in.
The idea behind the tool is to help you search for specific words within large documents in a relatively short time. Depending on the prerequisites of your project, you can highlight the word, the sentence or the entire paragraph it appears. Moreover, you can specify whether you prefer searching for an exact match or if the add-in should highlight its variants as well.
It allows you to highlight and extract text separately
A further noteworthy function of the utility is the extraction, a feature that permits you to copy the selected text into one or more documents. You can have all marked items listed on a separate page and save them without highlight or print them directly.
The add-in also enables you to modify the font color of the selected text and change all occurrences of text with any color you prefer. Among the colors that are you can use for highlighting text in your documents, you can count Dark Yellow, Violet, Bright Green, Pink, Red, Turquoise, Black, Blue and Gray 50.
A handy tool for users managing large records
All in all, if your work entails searching, extracting or highlight specific information from large documents on a daily basis or going through extensive reports, then perhaps Mark-A-Text might be the tool to try out.
“I keep on getting messages for queries from my clients even during the weekend. It is very frustrating. Can I do something that would allow me to ignore their messages and not let them know?”
We all can agree to the fact that the best way to ignore someone is to leave their message or email unread. Some people erase the notification and don’t open the messages at all. Some people mistakenly open the message and wonder what they can do about it. So, in this guide, we are going to help such people to learn how to mark text messages as unread on the iPhone. From now on, whenever you mistakenly opened a message and don’t want the sender to know, you can use these methods and be on the safe side.
Recently, Android Messages app added a new feature to quickly mark all unread messages as read. If you don’t want to have to go through every single message to clear your notifications, this wikiHow article will teach you how to mark messages quickly!
Q: How to unread a message on the iPhone? I will get text messages from clients, and I don’t want to reply to it at the time but don’t want to forget it. So, I prefer to mark messages unread on the iPhone. Is there any way that can make it? Does anyone know?
Marking a message as unread may not be an essential demand for all iOS users; after all, when receiving a text, most users will check it instantly. However, in some cases, some users prefer to have the option of marking a message as unread on the iPhone. Highlighting messages to remind them to check it again.
Actually, there is no “mark as unread” option for iPhone currently, that is mean you can’t mark a message as unread on iPhone just like mark emails as unread. Some users suggest to jailbreak, but not all iPhone users want to jailbreak their device. So, here in this article, we introduce you to a workaround that may helpful for you.
When you get an important message on any app, it’s logical that you may want to mark that message as a favorite. You know you’re going to need it later, so for an easy, find your want to make it as a favorite.
The good news is that you can mark a message as a favorite on Google Messages. The steps are beginner-friendly and can be done quickly. Let’s see how it’s done. You’ll also see how you can find, share and download messages in the chats as well.
Have you ever wanted to mark a conversation in the Messages app as read or unread, but eventually realized that there was no way to do so with stock iOS? I’ve certainly been there before. Perhaps the jailbreak community has come up with a good solution?
Unread is a jailbreak tweak that allows you to tap and hold on a message to mark it as unread. If the message is already unread, you can conversely tap and hold on it to make it read. The concept is certainly admirable, but I found that the tweak is not without issue. Check inside for the full rundown.