Category Archives: Word

Character Spacing in Word

Changing the default character spacing in Word is not something many people know about, or in fact, need. In most Word documents the spacing between characters is correct and there is no need to change the character spacing, but occasionally, you may want to fit more or possibly less text on a line. In typography, the spacing between… Read More »

How to Track Changes in Word

Tracking changes in Microsoft Word is one of those topics that gives so many people so much trouble. The Track Changes in Word feature is great for checking what changes other team members are making to a document you are sharing, and if you are the owner of the document, for accepting or rejecting them. The problems start when… Read More »

Microsoft Word – Print Only What You Want

When it comes to printing in Word there are lots of options, but the most common is to print one copy of the entire document. This is the option most people go for when printing Word documents, and I would guess that it has single-handedly contributed to global warming more than anything else in the office (except PowerPoint perhaps)…… Read More »

How to create a PowerPoint presentation from a Word document

If you have a document already written in Microsoft Word, it is easy to turn it into a PowerPoint presentation. It only takes a few clicks, and as long as the formatting in the original document is correct your presentation will be completed without any further effort from you and in this Microsoft PowerPoint Tutorial I will show you… Read More »

Tips and Tricks for Microsoft Word

Microsoft Word Tips and Tricks The following list of keyboard shortcuts has been compiled over decades of training Microsoft Word in commercial situations. It is by no means exhaustive, but these are keyboard shortcuts I use myself on almost a daily basis. Many of these I have learnt from my students, as there are a lot of very… Read More »