If you’re switching to Microsoft Office 2007 or higher from an older version you might be annoyed by its new Live Preview feature. Here’s how to disable it.
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in Microsoft Word is when you copy and paste something into a document from another source, and it brings over the same formatting. Here’s how to make it always paste in plain text.
I’ve already covered what ScreenTips are and how to enable or disable them. Microsoft Word also lets you show shortcut keys of the specific function in the ScreenTips box. Here’s how to display them to help you be more productive in Word.
A cool feature in Microsoft Word is it lets you Automatically summarize articles and find key points of the document so you don’t have to read the entire thing. This saves you time and gets to the main points in a long document.
ScreenTips appear when you hover the cursor over any toolbar button or control in Microsoft Word. They give users information about the specific control or command so they know what the control does. If you don’t need ScreenTips, disable them.
Footnotes are necessary when you have to cite a source and give additional information about data in your document. Here’s how to add them in Microsoft Word.
Adding a background color to your word documents is a good way to attract reader’s attention. Here’s a quick guide to show you how.
I don’t know about you, but I still have friends I send documents to that still use Windows XP and Office 2003 (believe it or not). In this How To I’ll show you how to both save files in the legacy format so they can open them and make that the default.
When working on a long report, book or manuscript, you’ll want to add page numbers to keep everything in order and make it look professional. You can add page numbers in footer, header, margins, etc. Here’s how.
f you read books and novels, you might have noticed that new chapters start with the first letter is large. This is called Dropcap and helps catch the reader’s attention. Here’s how to add DropCaps to Microsoft Word Documents.
Microsoft Word is pretty much the defacto standard for writing documents for the office but did you know you can also use it as a groovy HTML editor? I’ve got the details along with our signature step-by-step screenshot walk-though so read on for all the details!
Some might think changing the default color scheme in Office 2010 is a small thing however I would disagree. I use this app all day, every day so for me, changing the default to black was a huge improvement.
When you’re working on a large Word document, it will save over the earlier document versions. Here’s how to configure Word make automatic backups. In Word 2010, while working in your Word document, click the File tab then Options. The Word Options window opens. Click on Advanced. Then scroll down to the Save heading and […]
By default, when you type a full URL in a Word document, it creates a hyperlink. If you don’t want the URL to be a hyperlink, you need to manually undo it each time. But there’s an easier way — adjust AutoCorrect settings. First, click the File tab then click Options. Now select Proofing in […]