After all that expensive IT training ...
After all that expensive IT training. All that time implementing and designing networks I have probably spent the most time helping colleagues "fix" their Word docs.
Whether it's understanding why a page has broken here...
"Or why all those extra blank pages are appearing... Maybe we need to put in a landscape page here... but keep the table on one page.
Hang on what do all these multicoloured boxes mean (track changes). And why has the style changed inexplicably, why is this bullet list all numbered wrong."
I have spent a LOT of time helping people with Word.
Don't get me wrong. I actually don't think Word is that bad (yes I did just type that) but the problems are: there are tons of ways of achieving the end goal but no one wants to train the end user how to make the best use of Word. And if you suggest some extra training you are often stared at blankly and told "But I know how to use Word". Though the truth is that we just spent some significant time fixing THAT document.
(and yes I still don't think it's their fault)