Microsoft Word isn’t just for writing reports. There’s a lot of extra functionality that allows you create more than documents. Here’s how to make booklets.
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Microsoft Word 2013 comes with basic Grammar checking enabled. If you know where to look, you can also turn on additional style and readability checks.
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.
If you want to get your point across in a Word document, one way is by inserting a video from YouTube or Bing. It’s easy in Word 2013 to search and find the perfect video.
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.
When editing large documents, sometimes you need a break and split up your time editing. With this tip for Word 2013, you’ll get back to the last spot you were at before closing it.
Word 2013 can prevent unwanted changes from proofreaders and collaborators with Editing Restrictions. Here’s how to set up and use Format and Editing restrictions.
Microsoft Office 2013 includes PDF Reflow, which makes working with PDF and DOCX files much easier. Here’s how to open a PDF in Word 2013 for easy editing.
Changing the Color Theme in Office 2013 was not possible until the Office 2013 RTM release. Good news is it’s possible and here’s how to do it.
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.
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.
With Word 2013, you can edit PDF files out-of-the-box with no additional tools needed. I’ve taken a few screenshots of the process including a groovy video demonstrating the new feature.
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.
Tired of dreary conference meetings revolving around PowerPoint slides and the wild aroma of whatever the guy next to you ate for lunch? Office 2013 has a built-in feature that lets you instantly present any document remotely.