Whether you use Microsoft Word for personal or professional writing, sometimes you may want to add supplemental notes to sections of your work. Maybe you want to make a side comment on one of your arguments, or you need to cite another author’s work without distracting from the main text. Luckily, Word has useful tools for adding footnotes and endnotes to your writing.
No matter how big your phone’s storage capacity, you’re bound to run out of space sooner or later. When you start getting low storage warnings, you have two choices: stop taking photos or make more space by deleting images you don’t want anymore.
Maybe you have a cracked iPhone screen or your MacBook Pro isn’t charging properly. Whatever your issue, there’s an app for that! If you need tech support or repairs for your Apple device, it’s easy to set up a service appointment right from your iPhone.
You may not think of Word as a tool for designing web pages, and that’s okay—it’s really not very good at it, anyway. But, if you have an existing Word document that you need to turn into a web page for whatever reason, Word has you covered with some built-in tools.
Once you have the app installed, open it up and you’ll see this screen. Click the icon in the lower left corner.