When you open Microsoft Word, there will be a new tab in the menu called “WordRake” (Word 2010/2013/2016) or “Add-Ins” (Word 2007). To access the WordRake controls, select the WordRake tab.
To edit your document you must have some text selected for raking. When you are ready:
- Click the Rake button. In WordRake 3, this will rake the entire document, even if no text is selected.
- If you prefer to edit just part of your document, use your mouse to select a section of text. (To select text in Microsoft Word using your mouse, left-click the beginning of the desired text, drag your mouse to the end of the desired selection, and then release the mouse button.)