The ‘Microsoft Word’ Archives
Posted October 11, 2019 by

How to Create and Print an Envelope in Word 360

Do you too enjoy sending out customized letters to your friends and family? Just visualize sending letters to your loved ones in a beautiful and neat packaging of an envelope. Imagine creating envelopes with little or no effort. Envelopes are as significant as the message. In-Office 365 you can create envelopes easily. This Tech-Recipe is […]

Posted October 9, 2019 by

How to Dictate on Word Instantly using Speech Recognition

Microsoft Word has evolved into a juggernaut of text support programs. From checking readability statistics to managing section breaks, it offers a host of features to its users. However, not many are familiar with its prowess to dictate with Windows built-in speech recognition feature.  This feature can save you from a world of trouble, and shoot […]

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Posted October 4, 2019 by

How to Double Space in Word [Change Line Spacing Easily]

The presentation can make or break a Word document. Whether you’re working on a school assignment or a Final Year Thesis Project, understanding line spacing, especially double spacing in Word is vital. Without it, you might as well scrawl on a piece of paper with crappy handwriting. In this Tech-Recipe, we’re going to discuss everything […]

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Posted October 1, 2019 by

How to Make a Single Page Landscape in Word (And Why You Should)

The landscape orientation in word provides another textual dimension to your work. Its use is undeniable. Whether you’re highlighting a vital sentence or giving a quote center-stage, it’s imperative to know how this feature works. Unfortunately, without the know-how of managing section breaks, it isn’t possible. So, if you’re an MS word novice, this is […]

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Posted September 28, 2019 by

How to Manage Section breaks in Word Easily – Insert, Find, and Delete

In the middle of writing the next big novel or finishing up on your final year thesis? Without the knowledge of managing section breaks in word, accomplishing them is impossible. They are the chain links distinguishing their elements. Without them, the distinction between chapters, tributes, dedications, and table of contents is lost in translation.

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Posted August 9, 2019 by

How to Check Readability Statistics in MS Word

Readability describes the ease with which a piece of writing can be read. Readability statistics refer to a table of data that presents readability metrics. MS Word has an option in which you can enable readability statistics. Tech-Recipes is here with a tutorial on How to Check Readability Statistics in MS Word

Posted July 27, 2019 by

How to Print your Word Documents without Comments or Markups

The track changes feature on Word is great to edit out mistakes. However, when it comes to printing it can cause some problems. No one wants to print out a piece of paper riddled with red highlights and cuttings. Fortunately, there’s a way to print a clean, comment-free document. This Tech-Recipe will teach you. It […]

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Posted July 19, 2019 by

How to Wrap your text in Word (Around Images) Instantly

If you don’t know how to wrap your words in word (around images), you’re going to have problems.   Your document is not going to have the look you had in mind. In the end, you will have to send it with a lackluster presentation. This will, in turn, leave a tepid impression on your recipient. […]

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Posted July 12, 2019 by

How to Arch your Text in Word – Bend your Words With WordArt Magic

Sometimes, linear text doesn’t get the trick done in Microsoft Word. In that situation, you can curve your words, and give them a nice angular bend. This is accomplished through the WordArt feature in Microsoft Word, and it’s pretty easy to wrap your head around. Keep in mind though that bending text is different from […]

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Posted July 3, 2019 by

How to make a Table of Contents on Word: Step by Step With Video

A table of contents is just as important as the rest of your document; it allows the reader to navigate through your entire text to the desired page. But it does more than that, though. It is kind of like a map to the organized body of your text. Thankfully, you don’t have to go […]

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Posted June 16, 2019 by

How to Turn on Autosave in Word [Easy Step by Step Tutorial]

Ever had an entire article wiped out because of an abrupt system shutdown? You’re not alone. We’ve all been there. However, there’s a simple way to avoid this staggering loss: turning on the autosave feature in word. You can also manage this feature to ensure your progress is saved after every few minutes.

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Posted May 30, 2019 by

How to Hide Comments in Word [Remove Track Changes]

Word documents received after extensive treatment from an editor are riddled with track changes and markup areas. Learning how to hide comments in word enables you to restore the integrity of the document, making it squeaky clean. You can either delete all the comments in one go or remove them individually. In this tech-recipe, we’re going […]

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