In this article we introduce a tip--a quick way to generate text that specifies the number of paragraphs in a Word2007. You can use this method to quickly generate the specified paragraphs and sentence text, for Word function testing, learning, and so on.
In Word's editing interface, enter "=rand (x,y)" (excluding quotes), and X and Y are the numbers you specify. For example, here we write "=rand (2,3)" and then enter.
Word now automatically gives a paragraph of text. Looking closely, you will find that the text is divided into two paragraphs, each with three sentences.
Yes, smart you must have guessed, these words are "=rand (2,3)" generated.
"=rand (X,y)" is primarily used to enter mock text. Where "X" represents the number of paragraphs, and "Y" represents the number of sentences in each paragraph.
This feature has been in existence since Office97, and the previous version generated this classic sentence containing all 26 English letters-"The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog."