Sometimes, when you send a document, presentation, or spreadsheet, users with prior Office versions can often have problems opening and viewing it. These issues can be resolved by saving the file in an older format.
Have you recently created a document with a unique look? You should consider embedding whichever fonts you have used. This especially applies when you have not used a common or default font.
Many users want to change the page background before using a Word document as a presentation or before printing on a color printer.
Knowing how to center a photograph or image in Microsoft Word can be the key in creating a visually appealing document. This tech-recipe will cover both centering an image as well as selecting a text wrapping option and layout.
Word saves the last few cursor positions. This is helpful so you can start retyping from exact location where you previously stopped.
With Microsoft Word 2013, not only can users view PDF files and edit them, but they can also encrypt them with a password for privacy reasons. However, the encrypting option is hidden in an inconvenient place. This tutorial will show you how to access and use this feature to set passwords on your PDF files.
When I ask someone to proofread a document for me, I want suggestions without actual changes. These are the perfect settings for blocking modifications to a Word document while still allowing comments for feedback.
The default auto-save rate for Word 2013 is five minutes. You can force Word to save more often by adjusting the following settings.
Previous versions of Office programs would typically start with a blank document. However, programs in Office 2013 suit load up from a Start screen instead. Many users will not like this feature and want to open directly to a blank document. By following these steps, you can disable the Start screen from applications within the [...]