Purists may not approve of the quality of its code, but Microsoft Word lets you save your documents into HTML and, for the most part, the end result is fine. If you want to convert your document into HTML you can choose from three different options, each of which has its own advantages. To get […]
Having problems exporting MS Word documents with images to PDF? There are several reasons why this can occur. Let’s look at different settings you can use to fix this and get a better PDF. Convert to PDF Options in Word First, there are three ways in Word to convert a document to PDF: Click File, […]
If you want to add space between items in a numbered list, but don’t want to turn off the numbering, follow this checklist. Creating Space Between List Items Create a new document. Click the Numbering button on the Formatting toolbar to start an automatic numbered list. Type First Item and press Enter. Type Second Item […]
Skimmers are likely to spend 20 seconds or less skimming a document to decide whether or not to read it more carefully. Skim your document for 20 seconds, and mark what stands out most to you in that amount of time. After you are finished, see if what you have marked is able to convey […]
MS Word 2013 You can add page borders to a page, a few pages, or the entire document: On the Ribbon tab, click DESIGN Click Page Borders. This option is on the far right of the menu bar. In the Page Orders tab, click the select the Style, Color. In the Preview section (area on right) […]
By default, MS Word does not show every built-in style, such as Footnote Text, TOC styles in the All Styles option in the Show list of the Styles and Formatting Task Pane. Word 2003 To see the complete list of Word’s built-in styles, choose Custom from the list, select Show All, and click OK. Word […]
JP asks, ‘How do I add fields to the Table of Contents in Microsoft Word 2007?’ While this is easy to do in Microsoft Word 2003, it is not so obvious in Word 2007. How to update the TOC: Add a new Chapter Heading to your user guide Or Copy and Paste an existing heading […]
When you write a Microsoft Word document it creates a temporary file (.tmp) that saves your file as you work. When Word crashes — even if you have NOT saved the file —the tmp file is still on your PC. Want to find where it is? Here’s how to do it.