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Tick Tick + Acuity Scheduling Integrations

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About Acuity Scheduling

Acuity Scheduling is a cloud-based appointment scheduling application that allows business owners to manage their appointments from anywhere in the world.

Acuity Scheduling Integrations
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  • Triggers
  • Appointment Start

    Triggers a specified time before an appointment starts.

  • New Appointment

    Triggers when a new appointment is scheduled.

  • Actions
  • Create a Task

    Creates a task.

  • Add Appointment

    Adds an appointment.

  • Add Blocked Off Time

    Block off a new range of time on your schedule.

  • Add Coupon Code

    Adds a new coupon code.

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How Tick Tick & Acuity Scheduling Integrations Work

  1. Step 1: Choose Tick Tick as a trigger app and authenticate it on Appy Pie Connect.

    (30 seconds)

  2. Step 2: Select "Trigger" from the Triggers List.

    (10 seconds)

  3. Step 3: Pick Acuity Scheduling as an action app and authenticate.

    (30 seconds)

  4. Step 4: Select a resulting action from the Action List.

    (10 seconds)

  5. Step 5: Select the data you want to send from Tick Tick to Acuity Scheduling.

    (2 minutes)

  6. Your Connect is ready! It's time to start enjoying the benefits of workflow automation.

Integration of Tick Tick and Acuity Scheduling

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    Creating a Paper in Microsoft Word

    Chapter 5

    Creating a Paper in Microsoft Word

    IN THIS CHAPTER

    • Familiarize yourself with Word's features and tops.
    • Create a resume or a cover letter, a paper, or a newsletter in Word.

    In this chapter, you'll learn how to create a paper in Microsoft Word 2013. In order to do so, you'll have to become familiar with several essential tops that Word offers, including the Save As feature, the Format Painter top, the Find feature, the Replace feature, the Print Preview feature, the Page Layout view, and the Cpumn view. You can also use Word to create a resume or a cover letter, a paper, or a newsletter.

    CREATING A PAPER IN WORD

    Word is a great program for writing papers, letters, resumes, newsletters, and other documents. In order to create a document in Word, you need to open a blank document by clicking on the File tab on the Ribbon menu, then selecting New from the drop-down list that appears. Next, click on one of the templates that appears in the left pane of the New page that opens up; there you will see templates for various types of documents (see Figure 5.1. The templates available include Resume Letter, Cover Letter, Newsletter, Paper, and Essay. There are also templates that you can use to create business cards or labels. When you select one of these templates (or choose Blank Document), your screen will look like Figure 5.2.

    Figure 5.1—Choosing one of Word's templates will open up an empty document ready for you to fill out.

    Figure 5.2—You can change the margins or orientation of your document by clicking on Page Layout (Alt+P. in your Ribbon menu.

    Note that there are two other ways to access Word's templates. First, if you click on the File tab on the Ribbon menu, then select New from the drop-down list that appears, you will see templates for various types of documents (see Figure 5.3. Second, you can also access templates through your Office application launcher screen by clicking on the Office icon on your desktop (see Figure 5.4.

    Figure 5.3—Click on New on your Ribbon menu to access templates for various types of documents.

    Figure 5.4—You can access templates through the Office application launcher screen by clicking on the Office icon on your desktop.

    FILLING OUT THE TEMPLATE

    After you have selected one of the templates you want to use for your document (or created a blank document), you can begin filling out its information. To do so, simply type text at the cursor located at the beginning of the document (see Figure 5.5. You can also change many aspects of your document's appearance by clicking on Page Layout in your Ribbon menu (Alt+P), as shown in Figure 5.6. For example, if you want to change the orientation of your document from portrait to landscape or vice versa, you can do so by clicking on Orientation in Page Layout view using the drop-down list that appears. You can also change margins by choosing Margins from Page Layout view using the drop-down list that appears. To change line spacing within your document, click on Line Spacing in Page Layout view using the drop-down list that appears. You can also change line breaks by clicking on Line Break in Page Layout view using the drop-down list that appears. Finally, if you want to print your document without viewing it first, click on Print Preview in Page Layout view using the drop-down list that appears. When you click on Print Preview, a new window will open up (see Figure 5.7. From here, you can zoom in or out by clicking on View Options; or you can print or save your document by clicking on File | Print Preview | Print or File | Print Preview | Save as PDF respectively (see Figure 5.8. To close this new window and return to your document, click on Close Print Preview (X. at the upper right-hand corner of that window; then click on Yes when asked whether you want to save changes before closing that window (see Figure 5.9. When you return to your document, it will look like Figure 5.10.

    Figure 5.5—Begin filling out your template by typing text at the cursor located at the beginning of your document.

    Figure 5.6—To change important aspects of your document such as its orientation or margins, click on Page Layout in your Ribbon menu (Alt+P.

    Figure 5.7—When you click on Print Preview in Page Layout view using the drop-down list that appears, a new window will open up where you can zoom in or out or print or save your document by clicking on File | Print Preview | Print or File | Print Preview | Save as PDF respectively. This new window also allows you to change line breaks as well as line spacing within your document using Line Break and Line Spacing from Page Layout view using their respective drop-down lists that appear below View Options respectively as well as view it full size using Full Screen View at View Options as well as apply themes or styles to it using Themes And Styles from Page Layout view using their respective drop-down lists that appear below View Options respectively as well as set margins from Page Layout view using Margins from its drop-down list respectively as well as apply headers and footers from Page Layout view using Headers And Footers from its drop-down list respectively as well as print or save it using Print or Save from its drop-down list respectively as well as remove all printer settings from Page Layout view using Reset from its drop-down list respectively as well as clear all formatting from within it using Clear Formatting from its drop-down list respectively as well as adjust its zoom level from View Options using Zoom respectively as well as show or hide content from within it using Show/Hide Content from its drop-down list respectively as well as close it after viewing it by clicking on Close Print Preview at its upper right-hand corner respectively as well as exit Word altogether after viewing it by clicking on Exit at its upper right-hand corner respectively not shown here.

    Figure 5.8—When you want to print or save your document after viewing it using Print Preview, click on File | Print Preview | Print or File | Print Preview | Save as PDF respectively (not shown here.

    Figure 5.9—After you have returned to your document after viewing it using Print Preview, click on Yes when asked whether you want to save changes before closing that window (not shown here.

    Figure 5.10—This is how your document will look after you have clicked on Close Print Preview at its upper right-hand corner while viewing it using Print Preview (not shown here.

    CUSTOMIZING YOUR DOCUMENT FORMS AND LAYOUT

    Word allows you to customize various forms

    The process to integrate TickTick and Acuity Scheduling may seem complicated and intimidating. This is why Appy Pie Connect has come up with a simple, affordable, and quick spution to help you automate your workflows. Click on the button below to begin.

    Page reviewed by: Abhinav Girdhar  | Last Updated on November 09,2022 06:11 pm