Adding shortcuts to the QAT can save a great deal of time. Although this article’s example focuses on this one command in Excel, the procedure is identical for any command and in Word 2013 also, so you can use the same technique to customize either program for varying shortcuts.
In changing capitalization, Word gives you the options of Lowercase, Uppercase, Sentence Case, Capitalize Each Word and Toggle Case. Learn how to use these options and what each one denotes.
Did you know Office 2016 was released in September 2015? Nearly six months after release, there seems to be little fanfare. Is anything new in one of Microsoft’s oldest product lines? Let’s take a look and see if an upgrade is worthwhile to you.
With the recent release of Office 2016, you may be wondering which version would be appropriate for you to use. Well – you’ve come to the right place. This article will explain to you the costs and feature differences between the various editions of Microsoft Office 2016.
With the latest build of Windows 10 Technical Preview, Microsoft has given users access to Universal Apps for Word, Excel and PowerPoint. These versions aren’t the official “next version” of Office, but these are focused on giving users a new interface – especially for touch enabled devices.
Do you have the need to create Word documents that are essentially forms for end users to fill out? If so, you may need to lock down the text in the Word document that you don’t want touched. This article will help show you how to lock and unlock your Word documents.
Word 2013 offers many of the same features as previous versions of Word, but maybe you’re having a tough time finding some of these commonly used features. This article hopes to clear up any confusion and lead you in the right direction.
So you’ve decided to upgrade to Office 2013 – now comes the time to decide which version is best for your needs. Would you rather have a subscription-based model, or a one-time payment? Where do you use the product most? Find out which Office is best for you with this guide.
Why not get a jump on 2014 and create a yearly planner in Word 2013? This article will show you how to get started and will also give you an example template you can use to build out your planner.
Do you want to be able to collaborate on a document using Microsoft Word 2013’s reviewing tools? This tutorial will show you the ins and outs of the review and commenting system in Word to help you create better documents.