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  • How to Display Spaces in Microsoft Word

    Date:2020-1-19 Author:Olivia

    You may have noticed that there are more spaces between words or sentences than what they should be, sometimes they’re too subtle to be picked out by human eyes. When editing text, it’s hard to avoid placing extra spaces between words or sentences. Here I’ d like to share the tip about it, to solve […]

  • How to Overlay an Image onto another in Microsoft Word

    Date:2020-1-15 Author:Cordelia

    For design purposes, you may want to overlay an image onto another in Word document, but it’s not as easy to operate as in Photoshop or other image processing tools. In this post, I’ll introduce 2 methods enable you to overlay images and adjust them as you like. Method 1: Insert Drawing Canvas 1. Click […]

  • How to Insert a Tick or Cross Symbol in Microsoft Word

    Date:2020-1-15 Author:Cordelia

    A tick or a cross symbol can help to clarify your point in Word document, but apparently there are no corresponding keys on the keyboard. So you must take some steps to insert them just like other special symbols. Method 1: Insert Symbols 1. Click Symbol in Home tab, choose More Symbols… in the drop-down […]

  • How to Print Two or Multiple Pages on the Same Paper in Word

    Date:2020-1-14 Author:Cordelia

    It is very common for office workers or those who are engaged in paperwork to print Word documents. And to protect the environment and save money, sometimes we can print two pages on the same paper as long as the characters are still clear. So how to set it up when printing? Here’re the steps: […]

  • How to Insert Curly Braces in Microsoft Word and Excel

    Date:2020-1-14 Author:Cordelia

    To satisfy certain requirements, you may need to insert some curly braces into Word document or Excel spreadsheet. But in addition to regular curly braces, sometimes the curly braces with customized size that can contain several lines of text are also needed. In this post, I’ll introduce 4 commonly used methods to insert both regular […]

  • How to Translate a Word Document with the Built-in Feature

    Date:2020-1-13 Author:Cordelia

    If you want to translate an Word document to another language roughly, or have the need to read a document wrote by an unfamiliar foreign language, the first thing you need is a translater. Instead of installing any other software, the Translate feature of Microsoft Word can already do this for you. 1. To translate […]

  • How to Add and Remove a Watermark in Word Document

    Date:2020-1-12 Author:Cordelia

    Watermark plays a great role in conveying important information of a Word file or printed paper. It’s practical and won’t affect the layout of the whole document. In this article, I’ll show you how to add and remove a watermark in Word. How to Add a Water Mark 1. Open the file, click Design, find […]

  • How to Insert a Custom Slash Header in Microsoft Word

    Date:2020-1-11 Author:Olivia

    When you use Word to make a form, the header is where the horizontal and vertical rows meet. When there is too much data, inserting a custom slash header is the method to make the whole form clearer and more understandable. So how can we achieve it? Here’s a simple guide. 1. First, go to […]

  • How to Print Double-Sided in Microsoft Word

    Date:2020-1-4 Author:Olivia

    Printing documents could cause a large waste of paper, and there is one way to reduce the amount of wasted resources, just learn to print double-sided in Microsoft Word, which means that you print on the front and back of your paper. So how can we achieve it? Here’s a simple guide. 1. First, go […]

  • How to Disable Recent Documents List in Microsoft Word

    Date:2020-1-1 Author:Olivia

    When you open Microsoft Word, the recent documents list will appear on the left side of the screen, but for privacy reasons, you may not want them displayed while using Word. So how can we achieve it? Here’s a simple guide. 1. Firstly, go to File tab and click it in the Ribbon. 2. Next, […]