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Overall rating 3 out of 53.1 (47 ratings)

Last updated 18 October 2014, created 21 January 2008, viewed 22,338

Looks like a blank document but when you right click on the toolbar it has all the P scales for all subjects. For Word 2007 users, once the document opens click the ‘Add-ins’ tab at the top and all the different P scales will appear. Click on each icon to reveal P scale.

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Thanks rhianauty. Followed your instructions and managed to open the document. Really useful so thanks to EBD35 too.

from owsah1, 18 October 2014
(report comment) 4 out of 5

I did as rhianauty said and it worked! Thank you....

from Ashgatesue, 05 October 2014
(report comment) 5 out of 5

I wish I could access them, but I get a blank page.

from msmithgillard710, 17 September 2014
(report comment) 4 out of 5

Blank document. Tried to follow the instructions left by another user, but unfortunately, they did not work.

from JEMMASTORY, 02 September 2014
(report comment) 1 out of 5

Initially it opened up as a blank doc as stated above but if you have the newer versions of word the instructions that also go with it don't work. But from scrolling down there is a comment that explains how to get to it. 1. Right click anywhere on the toolbar. 2. Select the option 'Customise Quick Access Toolbar..' 3. On the 'Choose commands from' Select the option 'All Commands' 4. Scroll down and select Auto text and click add (then ok) 5. On the top left hand corner the auto text icon should now appear and you can click on that and you should be able to add in the relevant text. Hope this helps

from RhianAuty, 20 January 2014
(report comment) 4 out of 5
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