How to Calculate an Expression in Word.?


1. Start Microsoft Word, opening a file you'd like edit. Choose the "Tools" menu and click on "Customize. 2. Select the "Commands" tab in the "Customize" dialog box to display the list of commands that can be customized in Word. 3. Click "Tools" from
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