What’s the quickest way to delete text? Forget the backspace or delete keys. Instead, try this: Select the block of text you want to delete and CONTINUE TYPING. Word automatically deletes the text when you start to type.
When working on long documents it is sometimes useful to be able to see and edit other sections of the text at the same time. Word will let you do exactly that, though unless you stumble on the feature by accident you’ll probably never know it exists. It’s really easy to use, all you have […]
ScreenTips are those little boxes that appear when you ‘hover’ your mouse over a hyperlink. As the name implies, they usually provide a small tip, or piece of information, about the word or phrase in question.
You can make it easier for people to find information in your Word document by adding lines. These run down the left hand side of the page. Instead of saying something is on page 5, paragraph 3, just tell them the line it’s on. Microsoft Word can automatically count the lines in a document and […]
Has your computer crashed when you tried to copy and paste text from a website into a Word document?
You can hide text in a Word doc. While it still remains in the document, it will not print out when sent to clients. Useful if you want to add/remove text at a later stage. Here’s how it works: 1. In Word, select the text you want to hide. 2. Click Format, Font, and then […]
To change the spacing between characters in MS Word documents, do as follows: Select the text you want to change. On the Format menu, click Font, and then click the Character Spacing tab. Do one of the following: 3.1 Expand or condense space evenly between all the selected characters 3.2 Click Expanded or Condensed in […]
To change the spacing between letters in MS Word documents, do as follows: Select the text you want to change. Click Format, Font, and then the Character Spacing tab. Choose one of the following: In the Spacing box click Expanded or Condensed and enter the amount in the By box. This adjusts the space evenly […]