Category Archives for Microsoft Word

How to easily change to uppercase text in Microsoft Office 2016 and 2019?

Applicable to: Excel 2019, 2016, 2013; Office 365 and standard suites; Indows 7, 10 and MAC OSX operating systems. Last updated: September 2018 I usually forget to capitalize when needed. Office often automatically changes the first letter of a sentence into uppercase by default. But what if we want to convert the entire sentence or […]

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How to write from right to left in Microsoft Office 2016?

Several languages such as Arabic, Persian, Urdu or Hebrew are usually written from right to left. In today’s posts we will learn how to shift the writing direction in Office 2016 from the default Left To Right (LTR) into Right To Left direction (RTL). For convenience, we are providing detailed instructions for Word and Outlook; […]

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How to add an Excel table into a Word 2016 or 2019 document?

Post updated on : August 2018 Applicability: Excel 2019, 2016 and before; Windows 7, 10 and MAC OSX Here’s a question from Dana: Working on a quarterly operational report for management. I have a nice spreadsheet with some sales information that i would like to insert into a Word document that i am authoring. Any […]

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How to insert symbols and special characters in Microsoft Word 2016?

If you have used Microsoft Word to write your school assignments, you might haverealized that it’s a bit challenging to add symbols such as arithmetic operation signs, Greek letters, currencies or even the registered, trademark or copyright signs into your document. In this post we will learn how to insert different kinds of symbols and […]

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How to create envelopes and labels on Microsoft Office Word 2016 and 2019?

Last updated: September 2019 Applicable to: Office 2019, 2016, 2013; Windows 7 and 10 Here’s a question from Romina: I typically use e-mail for communication with my friends and colleagues in our marketing business team. That said, i need to send an official letter to an university admissions office, so it has to be printed. […]

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How to embed a process flow chart diagram into Office 365 / 2016 / 2019 applications?

Last updated: September 2018 Applicable to: Word, PowerPoint 2019, 2016, 2013, 2010; Windows and MAC OSX. Here’s a question we received: I am working on a report for my business manager, in which i would like to describe a simple process flow. I have saw some examples online. I guess my question is whether i […]

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How to make and update a table of contents in your Word 2016 document?

A well known practice in business and academics is to add a summary and table of contents to any word document you write. In today’s quick tip will learn how to define a table of content (TOC) index that will help your document readers, being your boss, colleague or professor to quickly and effectively navigate […]

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How to add a password to protect your Word 2016 document?

If the document that you are authoring contains sensitive information, then you might want to protect it to ensure your work’s integrity by allowing only designated people to view and modify its contents. There are several ways to protect a document, today we’ll focus on the ones i found typically more useful. Marking a document […]

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How to define a custom template in Word, Excel or Powerpoint 2016?

From time to time, when i develop a nice document, worksheet or presentation format in Office, i want to later leverage it as a template for jump-starting creation of future docs or spreadsheet. In today’s quick tip, i will show you how i create templates in Microsoft Office 2016. A similar process is also applicable […]

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How can i modify my Office 2016 display theme colors?

If you are a heavy Microsoft Office user, you might want to experiment with different display themes and find which of them is more suitable for you in terms of contrast and brightness. Office 2016 preview ships with three built-in themes:Colorful, Dark Gray and White. All of them looks pretty well, and choosing among them […]

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