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  • How to Adjust the Size of Microsoft PowerPoint Slides

    Date:2020-2-25 Author:Cordelia

    There must be a default setting of your PowerPoint slides. If you’ve never changed it, every slide you made will be created in a certain size, which may not meet your requirements sometimes. In that case, how can you adjust the size of PowerPoint slides? 1. Open the PPT that you want to adjust, or […]

  • How to Create a Lined Paper Template in Microsoft Word

    Date:2019-10-14 Author:Cordelia

    If you want to create a lined paper in Microsoft Word and print it out for some special requirements, you actually don’t need to download the template from Internet or draw the line by yourself. Just imagine the lined paper is a one-column table without vertical borders, the method is quite self-explanatory now. 1. First, […]

  • How to Add a Drop Cap in Microsoft Word

    Date:2019-10-10 Author:Olivia

    The Drop Cap, is the dropped and enlarged capital letter at the beggining of a chapter or an article. When editing a long document in Word, you can also add a Drop Cap at the beginning of each chapter to make the content more hierarchical, and attract the reader’s attentionin. 1. First, select the specific […]

  • How to Print an Excel Worksheet on Center of a Page

    Date:2019-9-2 Author:Cordelia

    In general, if the worksheet you want to print doesn’t take up a full page, it will be automatically placed on the upper-left corner of the page (like the picture below), which won’t look good apparently. The better way is to center the worksheet you want to print on the page. Switch to Page Layout […]

  • How to Print a Part of a Spreadsheet in Microsoft Excel

    Date:2019-8-23 Author:Cordelia

    Printing out a spreadsheet in Excel may not be a hard thing for you, but there’re also some tips can make you do the job better. For example, if you just want to print a part of the table in the worksheet, and it can hardly fill the width of a A4 paper, you’d better […]