Learn where to find the elusive check mark among the dozens of fonts available in the “Insert Symbols” dialog box. Continue reading
Learn how to control the visibility of highlights (both on the screen and on the printed page) in MS Word without actually deleting them. Continue reading
PDF creator lite is a useful program which can be used to create password protected PDF documents from Microsoft Office applications like Microsoft Word and Microsoft PowerPoint. You can also turn images to PDF documents using this free PDF printer. Continue reading
Learn to “right-click” correct your spelling errors in Microsoft Word without running the Spell Check or using your mouse! Continue reading
Let MS Office transfer SmartArt information from one layout to another. Continue reading
It’s not uncommon to use a table of contents or to dread the work it takes to create one manually. All the formatting involved can be the stuff of nightmares for weeks on end. Here’s what you need to know in order to avoid those nightmares for good. Continue reading
Out with the Document Map and in with the Navigation Pane.
Use the Navigation Pane in Word 2010 to rearrange the sections of your document. Continue reading
If you find yourself frequently going back to edit the last Word file closed, then I’m sure that you’d find it extremely helpful to start Word and that last file at the same time… Learn how to create a shortcut to do just that. Continue reading
Here’s an interesting little gem that will allow you to copy formatting such as headers, footers and paragraph settings from one file to another without a whole lot of hassle. Continue reading
Are you looking to put a little space in-between your MS Word paragraphs, but don’t know where to find the option to do so? April has your answer right here, and it’s easier than you think! Continue reading
MS Word: Insert Text Boxes That Come With Their Own Pizzazz
I often find myself using text boxes in Word for a variety of reasons… often it’s something that needs to stand out from all the rest of the text, or needs to be very mobile… and let’s face it, moving plain text around is just a pain.
Some people have one central location where they open Office files from on a regular basis… but others have several locations, and it’s a bit of a pain to constantly navigate from one location to another.
The more files you open, the bigger that pain becomes until it’s an all out headache.
You’ve got to be