Wednesday, May 11, 2011

Auto Summarize



Auto Summarize determines key points by analyzing the document and assigning a score to each sentence. Sentences that contain words used frequently in the document are given a higher score. We then choose a percentage of the highest-scoring sentences to display in the summary. It is there in all versions of Microsoft word.

 
We can select whether to highlight key points in a document, insert an executive summary or abstract at the top of a document, create a new document and put the summary there, or hide everything but the summary.

If we choose to highlight key points or hide everything but the summary, you can switch between displaying only the key points in a document (the rest of the document is hidden) and highlighting them in the document. As we read, We can also change the level of detail at any time.

How To Auto Summarize:
  • On the Tools menu, click Auto Summarize.
  • Select the type of summary you want.
  • In the Percent of original box, type or select the level of detail to include in the summary. Select a higher percentage of the original document to include more detail.
  • If you don't want AutoSummarize to replace your existing keywords and comments on the Summary tab in the Properties dialog box (File menu), clear the Update document statistics check box.

1 comments:

Thanks you very much for sharing these links. Will definitely check this out...summarizer

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