If you plan to write business or technical documents, it helps to know how to proofread the document before you send it out. We’ve all seen that one typo that undermines the quality of the writer. It suggests they may have rushed the material or didn’t pay enough attention when revising the text.
Learn how to automatically format hyphens as en dashes and em dashes.
By using AutoFormat, you can quickly apply formatting such as headings, bulleted and numbered lists, borders, numbers, symbols, and fractions to your text.
You can automatically format a document either as you type or after you’ve written it. In both cases, you can control which automatic changes Word makes. You can also turn off automatic formatting.
Learn how to add a Math Equation to MS Word. You can save the equation for future use, and include it in the default Normal template. You can also change the position and format of the equation. Here’s how to do it.
How do you stop Word from automatically capitalizing words? Want to correct a word that contains mixed uppercase and lowercase letters.
Watch the following totorial to learn how to configure Word to proofread your documents – the way you want!
Add a border to a page in MS Word In Word, you can add a border to your document. For example, if you want to add a professional look to a CV, resume, or other business document. You can change the width, color, and type of border quite easily. Watch the video to see how […]
Follow these instructions to hide the header on the first page of your Word document. MS Word – How to Hide the Header on the First Page Change header from the first page Double-click the first page header or footer area. Check Different First Page to see if it’s selected. If not: Select Different First […]
How to Use MS Word’s Built-In Screenshot Tool MS Word has a built-in screenshot tool that you may not be aware of. Without leaving the document you are working in, you can add a snapshot of the screen to your document. This is available in Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint, and Word. Video – Using MS Word’s […]
MS Word allows you to sort data in different ways. For example, you can sort a list of text in ascending or descending order to make it more readable. You can also sort other types of data, such as numbers, dates, and even data inside tables. Here’s how to do it. Video Tutorial How to […]
There are two problems with the spellchecker in Microsoft Word. One is that it struggles to accept words which are not in its dictionary, even when it appears you’ve asked it to accept this word. The second is that, in some documents, you may need to use several languages. For example, if you need to […]