1. It was in a Nature journal paper, in the abstract and it the main body:

  2. Please explain exactly what characters you need to mimic. I see lots of different things.

  3. Did you see the abstract in the link?

  4. Yes. I saw words with numbers after them: supernovae, within, be and redshift. Which words/numbers do you need help with?

  5. Hoping others come by and improve on this idea: make your document be a table with 2 columns. Keep the text in the left column. Make the comments into text boxes you put in the right column. Draw a line from each text box to the corresponding text. I haven’t tried this out. This will be a lot of work, but I don't have any other idea.

  6. I'll let others chime in and correct me, if needed, but the auto save function works if you use OneDrive, not if you're just saving to your computer. To me, this is a big flaw in Word.

  7. If I had to guess based on the image, the warp is worsted weight, which means this would be too thin - it would result in an unbalanced weave, where the weft is really all that you see. Since it would be a wall hanging, I wouldn’t worry too much about the sturdiness, but it’s a design choice for sure. I would suggest using a thicker yarn for your first warp, though, it will be easier to learn with.

  8. Being totally new, I don't know how to tell by a label how thick a thread or yarn is. Are the numbers 3, 5 and 10 on these threads an indication of thickness? What is the usual indication of thickness if it was "yarn"? (I've looked online and haven't found a good explanation yet.)

  9. You said crochet so I’ll use my best tip for looking at yarn weight if you’re a newbie: look at the recommended needle/hook sizes. What you’re going to want to look for is a recommended size 8 needles or size J hook. (The threads pictured probably recommend a size 0 needle or a steel hook, or maybe a size B hook.)

  10. Thanks for saying this. It's obviously 4 months later, and I noticed your note -- and immediately went to Replacements to ask for help.

  11. Why is it the third in the MC system when MC has Rockville, Germantown and Takoma Park campuses?

  12. Just a comment that if your group includes some older folks with mobility issues, be sure to check out how hard it is to get from a car to the restaurant, and to a table, and to a restroom.

  13. The General Format is always "number, number, number" The first comma is fine but the second one is supposed to Go away and be replaced by the third number in parentheses

  14. OK. What happens after the "number, number, number"? Is there a period? Or is it the end of the line, so you have a pilcrow symbol if you show all formatting marks? (The pilcrow is the fat backwards P symbol. You can show all formatting marks by clicking on the pilcrow that's in the Home/Paragraph menu.)

  15. After that I usually either have a semicolon for a further reference or a full stop

  16. I just got a break. So here's the instructions that may be the solution for you:

  17. Don't open the door if it's someone you're not expecting. Period.

  18. A comb with teeth that rotate could be for combing a pet.

  19. Which is awesome. I learned about the deeper wildcard features only by reading the comments here, and then reading more on websites. By answering questions, you (and I) are helping the questioner and each other and everyone else that happens to read this stuff. This subreddit is great for my work world which seems to revolve around Word (but, honestly, doesn't really need the more sophisticated machinations like what you explained here).

  20. Yes, you can probably do it with Find and Replace using wildcards — but it isn't clear to me from your example how much of what follows the "B." paragraph should be set in bold.

  21. Bravo for taking the time to give the answer AND explain it.

  22. I agree with making sure the lines are Single. Also make sure the font is like 12 point or something. In other words, make sure the line heights and font heights are exactly some number, not "at least" or something nebulous. I don't speak Mac, so I don't have other ideas.

  23. If it's the spacing between lines of a footnote, treat it like a paragraph. Use Home, paragraph to fix the spacing. If you need more guidance, come back and let us know.

  24. Can you now copy a little at a time from Google Docs back to a new Word document - so you'll get a functional document?

  25. Do you know how to insert a table? Make a table with on cell. Make the border be blank on 3 sides and show a border on just that one side.

  26. Is your plan to type more words after registered, so that you have a paragraph that is lined up on the left with the colon and space on the line above. Or us your "registered" just a one time thing?

  27. Appears to be white ash veneer. A plastic protector will be fine.

  28. The cone seems solid wood because it's really heavy. So you think it's a white ash covering on some other wood? If so, should I be able to find a seam somewhere on the underneath/pointy part?

  29. Due to the unusual shape, the substrate is most likely mdf. Mdf is heavier than natural wood. There are seams on the pointy part. To find a seam, follow the grain in the ash veneer to where it ends abruptly and is joined to another piece of veneer with a different grain pattern. There are probably several triangular pieces of veneer making up the cone. The outer edge of the top is a seam. The grain of the top does not flow naturally onto the side of the top.

  30. Thanks so much. This is all very new to me. I especially appreciate your saying I can put plastic on top of it.

  31. Here are some instructions that may be of use.

  32. Please explain. Do you mean it capitalizes a letter after a period? Or are all your letters in caps?

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