Quick Tables in Word: Overview Quick Tables in Word are pre-created tables saved into one of the building block galleries. Quick Tables in Word give you easy access to many of the most commonly used table layouts. For example, you can insert a Quick Table into a document to create a calendar, which you
Align Paragraphs in Word: Overview You have several choices on how to align paragraphs in Word. Alignment refers to the appearance of the left and right sides of the paragraph. By default, Word aligns paragraphs to the left. You can change this alignment, so the right sides are symmetrical. This is called right alignment.
The Document Inspector in Word: Overview The Document Inspector in Word lets you remove hidden document data. Accepting or rejecting tracked changes in a document most often removes all tracked changes. However, the Document Inspector in Word lets you review and inspect legal documents for hidden data and hidden tracked changes. It also finds
Insert a Column Break in Word: Overview This lesson shows you how to insert a column break in Word. This is helpful when creating a document that contains columns, like a newsletter. When using columns in a Microsoft Word document, text flows automatically from one column to the next. You may find you need
View Formulas in a Table in Word: Overview You can view formulas in a table in Word easily. If you create a large table in Word that contains many formulas, you may have difficulty remembering which cells contain formulas and which cells contain ordinary numeric entries. To view formulas in a table in Word,
Adjust Row Height and Column Width in Word Tables: Overview You can adjust row height and column width in Word tables using the mouse. To do this, place your mouse pointer over the border of the column or row to adjust. When you are in the correct place, the mouse pointer turns into a
Using Undo and Redo in Word: Overview Using Undo and Redo in Word lets you easily undo previous actions or redo them again. The “Undo” button appears in the Quick Access toolbar in Microsoft Word by default. It is one of the most useful functions ever created. It lets you reverse the last command,
Set Line Spacing and Paragraph Spacing in Word: Overview You can set line spacing and paragraph spacing in Word. Line spacing is the amount of space between each line in your paragraph. Paragraph spacing is the amount of space before and after the paragraphs in a document. You can set line spacing and paragraph