word format

word format

[′wȯrd ′fȯr‚mat]
(computer science)
Arrangement of characters in a word, with each position or group of positions in the word containing certain specified data.
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For Spoken Word Format On-Air Personality, the nominees are Joe Madison, Scott Slade, Stephanie Miller and Suzyn Waldman .
Make sure that you use a standard word format as not every tracking system can handle pdfs.
With Google lens integration in Google Photos, you can simply snap a photo of the document and it would be able to instantly convert it into word format. In addition, you can use Google lens to identify plants, animals, landmarks and more in your photos.
The bench asked Venugopal to submit the details of the presentation in "word format" and said it would take the decision.
Articles must be submitted in electronic format and should be sent as email attachments, preferably in Microsoft Word format. All submissions should use the normal style of citation, in conformance with the guidelines given in The Chicago Manual of Style.
Website owner Neil Cheesman also says; "If anyone would like the reviews in Word format they simply need to email me for a free copy of this extensive document."
The reviews are also available for free in pdf and Word format.
Manuscript should be submitted in hard copy and on CD, preferably in Microsoft Word format, together with an updated resume, a recommendation letter from a literary mentor, a certification that the works are original, and two 2A[euro]"2 ID pictures.
Currently, lawyers, when filing through the statewide portal that handles e-filing for the court system, are supposed to file all documents in the Word format or a word searchable version of PDF.
Optimize your client and prospect communications with the AICPA's trusted CPA Client Newsletter content, now available in a flexible, editable MS Word format for use in your firm blog, social media outlets, traditional client newsletter communications, and beyond.