If you use Microsoft Office 2016 products such as Word, Excel, and PowerPoint to prepare sensitive information; did you know Office has a built-in encryption feature? Let’s review the details and how to protect your documents.
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Microsoft started using the Calibri 11pt font in Office 2007. For a lot of users, the size is too small, and you might want to make the default different.
If you need to edit a document, or write a quick draft and check spelling later, here’s a quick tip to run a spell check with keyboard shortcuts.
Watermarks are used to protect documents and images from unauthorized use. Not only can you add a text watermark but you can use images too. Here’s how to add them to your Word 2013 documents.
Tired of Microsoft Office getting having a fit every time you open a downloaded Outlook email attachment? Here’s how to disable protected view for Outlook email attachments in this groovy tip.
I don’t know about you, but I get annoyed when I paste content into a Word document and the text comes in with all its formatting. Word is set to Keep Source Formatting by default. Here’s how to just paste plain text, every time instead.
Sometimes a colleague sends you a document in iWork format — Pages, Numbers, Keynote without converting them to MS Office format first. Here’s how to easily use iCloud to convert them yourself.
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 […]
Whether you’re a fan or not, MS Office is the most dominant set of office tools available. However, do you need to install Access when all you need is Word? Sounds like a waste of space doesn’t it. Here’s how to selectively install only the Office programs you need. Here I’m using Office 2007 Professional, […]
While you’re in a large Word document, you can easily find text by hitting [Ctrl][F]. Then type the word or phrase you’re looking for in the navigation pane. If you want to find and replace text in a Word document, use the key combo [Ctrl][H]. The Find and Replace screen comes up. Type in the […]
The fastest way to change line spacing in Microsoft Word is to use a keyboard shortcut. Here’s how. Highlight the line of text you want to change, and then hold [CTRl] for single spacing and [CTRL] double spacing. Nothing to it! This works in all modern versions of Microsoft Word.