Using Tab Stops in Word: Overview This tutorial examines creating and using tab stops in Word documents. Using tab stops in Word helps you create organized lists in Word documents. For example, suppose you had to create a document that lists the names of people in your company. Assume you also need to show
Apply a Multilevel List in Word: Overview You can apply a multilevel list in Word to outline topics within a list. This list style lets you easily create an agenda or other formal outline. To apply a multilevel list in Word, type the first item within the list. Then press the “Enter” key on
View Side by Side in Word – Overview The View Side by Side in Word feature lets you compare documents side by side. The “View Side by Side” function shows both document windows at the same time, giving equal space to each. To enable this view, first click the “View” tab in the Ribbon.
Show the Developer Tab in Word: Overview The first step to create forms to send to others is showing the Developer tab in the Ribbon. Normally, this tab is hidden, as most users do not need access to the features of this particular tab. However, advanced users who want to create forms or write
Indent Paragraphs in Word: Overview You have many choices as to how you would like to indent paragraphs in Word. One of the most common paragraph indentations is the first-line indent. To add a half-inch first line paragraph indentation, pressing the “Tab” key on your keyboard before typing the paragraph. You can also
Insert Comments in Word: Overview You can insert comments in Word within documents. You often use comments to make notes within shared documents in Word. This lets you add a quick note on possible changes or insert a reminder to add missing content to a document. To insert comments in Word, place your
Check Accessibility in Word: Overview You can check accessibility in Word documents by using the “Accessibility Checker” tool. This tool scans your document and opens the “Accessibility Checker” task pane. This task pane shows “Errors,” “Warnings” and “Tips” about document content that may be problematic for users with disabilities. To check accessibility in
Add Captions in Word: Overview You can easily add captions in Word to document elements to label them. A caption is a numbered label you can apply to objects, equations and tables within your documents. This makes it easy to reference within your text, as there is an easily recognizable label on your object.