Many thanks for this - a fine historical scenario. You have a lot more skill with Word than I do - can you say how you make the unit icons?
I'm really glad that you find the scenario interesting!
Unit icons? Hahaaa! The most irrelevant place to explain, but it must be done for the sake of HoW mapmakers
Better use 200% zoom so that you see your object in good analysis. I prefer to work with Word 1997-2003, for me it is the most friendly version to do these jobs: Save a blank document as 1997-2003 .doc version How to draw an infantry unit: Insert object---> rectangle. Draw a rectangle of desired dimensions. Insert object---> line. Draw a diagonal. Insert object---> line. Draw the other diagonal. Insert object---> line. Draw a very small as the pointer (the nose). Hold shift. Click one by one these four objects. Start with the little "nose" as it will be difficult to locate it afterwards. Right click---> Group. Now you have your infantry icon. You can move it around as one object. For very small, adjusting movements, it is good to use the arrow buttons. The green dot is a handle to rotate the object to the desired angle. The cavalry or the artillery unit can be done with a similar process. Then, if you have one of each, copy and paste and the rest is obvious. You may change line colours etc. In the past, I have drawn beautiful maps using Word. Patience and trial-and-error, required.