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The Clip Goes or I Go!

Question: For some reason, the little paper clip Wizard pops up every now and then in Word. I hate it. How do I get it to go away? The IT Guy says: The next time the paper clip wizard shows up, you can right click on the icon and do wonderful things. For Mac users, give it a dose of control-click. Did you know
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Question: For some reason, the little paper clip Wizard pops up every now and then in Word. I hate it. How do I get it to go away?

The IT Guy says:
The next time the paper clip wizard shows up, you can right click on the icon and do wonderful things. For Mac users, give it a dose of control-click. Did you know you have the power to change the character? It can be a dog, a car and even a robot looking creature. You can change how it animates and even hide it. For even more control, from Word go to Tools>Letter Wizard and after checking those settings, close the GUI. Now right clicking on our little friend gives you "Options" and loads of control .You can even click Hide and turn him off for the whole session if you wish.

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