The degree symbol or degree sign ° represents degrees of arc in geographic coordinate systems, hours in the medical field, degrees of temperature, alcohol proof, logarithmic film speed grades in photography, or diminished quality in musical harmony. The symbol consists of a small, raised circle, historically a zero glyph.
While typing word documents, you usually separate words and sentences by pressing the Space key (also known as Spacebar), which inserts a regular general-purpose space character. However, some Microsoft Word documents may contain other kinds of spaces. You can discover those white-space symbols during editing the document but not on printing.
Saving your document in the same location with the same name is easy.
Numbered lists are similar to bulleted lists, except that instead of bullets, Word places
sequential numbers in the front of the first line. This feature is handy because if you add a paragraph in the middle of a
numbered list or rearrange the order of the paragraphs in a list, Word automatically renumbers the
paragraphs so that they retain their sequence.
You can tell Word to start from any number you prefer, restart numbering from 1, or continue numbering.
Sometimes you need to skip parts of the document during a spell check. E.g., memos and letters can have
headings and address blocks with names and other text that slow down the spell checker. Blocks of
programming code or foreign words should not be checked for spelling too.
Also you may need to quote words and phrases with mistakes.
The Open dialog box is your key to finding and retrieving Word documents.