All of us use Microsoft Word every day. But do you really know all of the amazing features lurking just beneath the surface? Business Management Daily does.
Our team of Microsoft Office experts and skilled trainers will share Word tips that allow to create documents practically suitable for framing!
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You’ve spent all that time getting the picture exactly where you want it on the page. Then, you add text and it moves!
Here's how to change line spacing, employ Themes, and apply and modify Styles.
Create a point-and-click navigable Word 2010-2013 document by applying heading styles to your document sections.
Here are step-by-step procedures for three deceptively tricky functions in MS Word.
Once you’ve designed a custom Theme with its signature colors and fonts, you’re one click away from correctly formatting any document. If most documents will be using that Theme, why not make it the default?
Stay within a particular word or character count ... Convert whatever formatting has been applied back to Normal style ... stop feeling like a T-rex trying to type on a plane while sitting in the middle seat in coach.
While Widow/Orphan control keeps single lines of a paragraph from showing up either at the top or the bottom of a page, it doesn’t necessarily keep headings with the paragraphs they describe or diagrams with the text that refers to them.
Make your document life easier with a treasure trove of simple settings. Click on the File tab in Office 2010 and 2013 and select Options ...
Many people work in teams and collaborate on documents. Typically, there’s a document owner and several individuals who may revise it. There may be many others who read it but don’t revise it. You can manage access authority by setting passwords. Track Changes can control any changes that authorized users make.
Give a professional look to fliers and brochures in Microsoft Word by using the Remove Background tool and Wrap Text selections.