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  • Pennylegio

    I have tried both the lorem and the rand functions — neither works.  Does some feature have to be “enabled” before these functions produce results?

  • Pennylegio

    I have tried both the lorem and the rand functions — neither works.  Does some feature have to be “enabled” before these functions produce results?

  • Guest

    Type without the quotes. Just:

    =rand()

  • Andy Wilbourn

    You can also add another argument to indicate the number of sentences for the paragraph.

    =rand(5,10)

    This will generate 5 paragraphs and 10 sentences each.

  • http://freedownloadaz.com/ Software

    Thank for your trick, I am following your guide to demonstrate any Microsoft office word trick!!!

  • Fsa75

     tried both ways, neither work, quotes, no quotes, put a number in for the argument, Nothing.

  • Ben10

    i generated 100 paragraphs with 100 sentences each.

  • 123456

    hk

  • http://www.facebook.com/cheavannda Chea Vannda

    Why I cannot use Random Text in word 2010?

  • Lorraine Williams

    Thanks. Glad this is still a function in Word.