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How to Quickly and Easily Copy Formatting in Word

Copying and pasting content in Word documents is a common task. However, you can also copy and paste formatting from one block of text (including images) to another. This can be handy if you want to apply the same formatting …

How to Display Non-Printing Characters in Word

Besides the normal content of your documents in Word, there are also characters that don’t normally display on the screen. In addition, Word uses several special characters for its own purposes, such as characters to indica…

How to View Multiple Pages at Once in Word

When laying out your document in Word, it’s sometimes helpful to view multiple pages on the screen at one time, especially if you have a large monitor. Seeing multiple pages at a time allows you to get a sense of how your o…

How to Resize Large Image Attachments in Outlook

When you have to send someone a large image file through email, it’s a good idea to resize the image file to make it smaller before sending it. Outlook makes this easy and allows you to resize the image file as it’s sent….

How to Set the User Information in Word 2013

When you create a document in Word, it contains more than just the content you type into it. Attached to the document is author information based on the user name and initials you entered them when you installed Office….

How to Disable ScreenTips in Word 2013

When using the commands on the ribbon in Word, you may have noticed popup boxes that display when you move your mouse over the buttons. These are ScreenTips and can be handy as a reference. However, if they’re distracting t…

How to Create Custom ScreenTips in Word 2013

ScreenTips in Word are small popup windows that display descriptive text about the command or control your mouse is hovering over. You can also create your own ScreenTips for words, phrases, or images in your own documents….

How to Create a Drop Cap in Word 2013

A drop cap is a decorative element typically used in documents at the start of a section or chapter. It’s a large capital letter at the beginning or a paragraph or text block that has the depth of two or more lines of norma…
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