By default in Microsoft Office, Bing is used as the search engine whenever you look up a word from inside the program, but if you have another favorite, you may want to use it instead. Luckily, you can follow the steps in this tutorial to change the search engine to any service you like.
Even though Microsoft Word comes with many table styles that give your documents a professional look, you may not always be able to find what you need from these pre-loaded styles. You can always tweak them to suit your needs or even create a new table from scratch.
When you edit a document, there may be times that you want to show only a small portion of an image or fit an image into a shape to suit the overall theme of the document. These tasks can be done inside your Office programs, without using any third-party software. Continue reading to find out […]
By default, a Word document is always set up with the same alignment, indention, and spacing settings. Even though it is possible to change the format manually while editing a document, it is a good idea to set your frequently used format setting as the default. This will help you save time for other tasks.
If you usually have to work on documents with the same type of table, you can save that table as a template. By doing so, you can create it later in just a few clicks rather than manually creating a new one and adjusting the columns, rows, and other settings, which may take a lot […]
If you are working on a document that requires basic screen-captures, you can use a built-in feature included in both Word and PowerPoint to do the work instead of using third-party software.
Adding three dimensional text to your PowerPoint presentation is a great way to attract and hold your audience’s attention.
Handout are a great visual aid for your audience. Creating handouts of your presentation can really help your audience stay on track and follow along. By converting your PowerPoint presentation to a Microsoft Word document, you can easily edit, print, and distribute your information.
Two methods exist for determining how much time has been spent editing your file in Excel, Word, or PointPoint.