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How to Crop a Picture in Microsoft Word

You can remove unnecessary pixels from an image directly in Microsoft Word using the built-in cropping tool. You can also crop a photo to fit a specific shape. Here’s how to crop a picture in Microsoft Word….

How to Delete Your eBay Account

If you have an old eBay account you don’t use anymore, you can submit a request to have the account and all accompanying data completely removed—as long as your account is in good standing. Here’s how….

How to Highlight Text in Microsoft Word

If you want to emphasize important text within a Microsoft Word document so that it’s not overlooked by the reader, you can use Word’s highlighting tool. You can also search for highlighted text within the document. Here’s ho…

How to Make a Calendar in Microsoft Word

Microsoft Word is known for being a great word processor, but you can also use it to make your own calendar. You can design one from scratch or choose one from Word’s library of calendar templates. Here’s how….

How to Create a New Folder in Gmail

Your inbox can quickly get overwhelming. One way to better maintain your email account is to create folders (known as “labels” in Gmail) and organize your emails accordingly. Here’s how to create them in Gmail….

How to Change Your Display Name on Gmail

When you send an email from your Gmail account, your display name (along with other information) will be shown to the recipient. You can change the display name associated with your Gmail account in a few steps. Here’s how….

How to Change Kerning in Microsoft Word

Kerning refers to the adjustment of space between two characters, generally used to improve the visual aesthetics of text. You can change the kerning in Microsoft Word in just a few steps. Here’s how.
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