Some documents will contain confidential information that is for your eyes only. You probably want to keep it that way. Encrypting your document with a password is an easy way to do that. Discussed are directions for all modern versions of Word including Word 2013.
Adding a watermark to your final document can help to make it secure. Word Office comes preloaded with many default watermarks from which to choose. However, you can also create a custom one that either uses text or an image. This is useful if you want to insert a company logo or other personal image as your […]
The reason many documents and presentations are not interesting is because of the use of boring images. Even if your images are extremely mundane, you can still attract attention to them by carefully adding effects.
At some point, most Word 2013 users will need to utilize the word count tool. Whether you are a student handing in an essay to your professor or an employee sending out a report to your boss, a word count is frequently required.
When demonstrating family relationships within a presentation or document, creating a pedigree chart is extremely effective.
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.