You can change the background color of Microsoft Word from White to Blue.
How do I get Word to open with my favourite font and the exact size that I want refer to use?
The easiest way to do this is to create a new template. It’s very easy. A template lets you create your own custom settings and get straight into writing your docs without having to waste time select fonts, sizes, heading and what not. Here is how it works.
The bright white text area of most word processors can become a quite tiring on the eyes after a few hours. You can of course jiggle the brightness and contrast settings on your monitor but a far better solution is to give your blank pages a light grey tint. Open Word so that you can […]
If you want to know how many words there are in a paragraph, or block of copy, select the text and click on Word Count. To create a keyboard shortcut to Word Count: From the Tools menu, click Customize. Select the Command tab and highlight Tools in the list of Categories. Scroll down the list […]
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 […]
If you want to go directly to the end of a Word document when its opens: Press Ctrl+End If you want to create a macro that does this automatixcally, add the following lines of code in the Autoopen macro: Sub AutoOpen() Selection.EndKey Unit:=wdStory End Sub
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 […]
Want to add subscript text to your MS Word document? You’ve come to the right place, friend. Here’s the skinny: 1. Select the text that you want to format as Subscript. 2. Click Format, Font, and then the Font tab. 3. Select the Subscript checkbox. Keyboard shortcut: Press CTRL+=
There are several reasons why this can happen. To complicate matters, different versions of Word all seem to present their own unique problems. Rather than go through them all, here is solution that I found works the best. In Word, go to View and click Header and Footer. This opens the Header work-area. Click inside […]