Adding a Watermark to a document is a simple way to add a level of professionalism and instantly update your peers on the status of the document – confidential, draft, etc. Here’s how to add one using Microsoft Word.
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Let me gush for a while about one of my favorite free Mac downloads out there. It’s Bean for Mac OS X. Bean is a free word processor for Mac users, and it does everything right.
A groovy feature in Microsoft Word 2013 is it lets you capture screenshots on your computer and paste it directly into your document. Here’s a quick guide to show you how to do it.
The new Office 2013 suite doesn’t have to be used on a touch screen. It works just as well with the keyboard as any of its predecessors. If you want to customize the keyboard experience, this groovy guide will show you the way.
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.
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.
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 […]
Good news, everyone! You’ve got an email from your Uncle Tobias. Bad news is that he seems to be ticked off about something because IT APPEARS FROM THE WAY THAT HIS EMAIL IS WRITTEN THAT HE IS SCREAMING AT THE TOP OF HIS LUNGS ABOUT THAT COMPUTER ISSUE HE WANTS YOU TO LOOK INTO. Uncle […]
If you get a Microsoft Works .WPS file, here’s the easy way to convert it to Microsoft Word .doc or .docx format.
If your job involves working with a lot of documents and document copies, you might frequently end up wondering where the file you’re currently editing is saved. Sure, you can always goto Save-As to find the path files are being saved to however, that takes time I don’t normally have. Time to fix that with […]