How to fill a Word document with random texts

 

This one is a nice trick to fill a Word document with random example texts. Use the following function:

     =rand (number of paragraphs, number of complete lines)

For example:

=rand (2, 2)

The above formula would create two paragraphs with two complete lines as shown below.

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If you read the texts, you would realize that these are Word help topics.

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