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 can produce easily navigated documents with a few tricks: applying heading styles, inserting section breaks and using different headers and footers for those sections. These techniques work in both Office 2007 and 2010, and they are much easier to use than older versions of Office.
The Undo feature in Word is wonderful because you can step back a series of operations, but you cannot select from this list of actions. An alternative is to turn on Track Changes from the Review tab. You can also turn on the Reviewing Pane ...
If you write for a multilingual audience whose second language may be English, or if your audience may not possess the vocabulary required to really understand what you’re communicating, it’s a good idea to check the readability statistics for your document.
If the only way you can imagine getting faster in Microsoft Office is to learn to copy and paste quicker or to reuse old files and save them under new names, help is on the way. Use Microsoft Word templates. The time investment will pay off when you can churn out a new document in a couple of clicks rather than a couple of hours and with the correct information!
If you generate specialty items using Microsoft Word, familiarize yourself with two of the tool groups: Page Backgrounds and Quick Parts. From certificates and diplomas to announcements and posters, it’s easy to give your documents a creative and polished look.
Using Styles in Word opens up a whole new set of tools you never had before. Change styles, however, can be tedious and cumbersome, unless you know this trick:
Using Format Painter, you can repeat a set of one or more format choices in a couple of clicks.
Achieving collaboration in Microsoft Word is possible using a few different methods. Depending on how familiar the collaborators are with “redlining,” some of these may work better than others.
Too much texting affecting your English usage? Reaffirm your grip on grammar with these useful sites.
Quickly detect any differences between two documents. On the Review tab, in the Compare group, click the Compare button. Your choices are Compare or Combine. Either one will give you a look at the differences. However, Combine will allow you to generate a third document that gives you the opportunity to include differences by accepting [...]
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