How to Make Text Superscript in Word 2013

Word 2013 can contain many different types of information that requires many different types of formatting. Whether you are writing a report for an English class, or solving a math problem, there is a lot of potential formatting that you might need to use. One commonly appliedĀ formatting type for numbers involves the use of small […]

How to Stop Replacing Selected Text With Typing in Word 2013

Editing a document in Word 2013 will create many situations where a word or paragraph is selected. Whether you need to change the formatting of a word, or you have been using the find and replace tool to fix incorrect or improperly used words, it is very likely that you will need to select some […]

How to Show Field Codes Instead of Values in Word 2013

Fields in Microsoft Word 2013 allow you to insert different types of data into your documents, some of which can dynamically update. For example, you can insert a field code with the date so that it always displays the current date instead of the date that was originally entered. But if a field is displaying […]

How to Hide Formatting Marks in Word 2010

Your Microsoft Word 2010 document includes a lot of information behind the scenes that dictates how elements appear within that document. You can choose to show that information by enabling an option that will display formatting marks. However, these marks can be difficult to work with if you are unfamiliar with them, so you might […]

How to Change the Default File Format for Saves in Word 2013

Microsoft Word 2013 will save in the .docx file type if you don’t change any of the settings for the program. This is great when you need to share a document with other people that are using applications that are compatible with that file type. But older versions of Word used a .doc file format […]

How to Convert a Compatibility Mode Document in Word 2013

In earlier versions of Microsoft Word, the default file format used the .doc file extension. However, newer versions of Word have started to use the .docx file format by default. Word 2013 is still capable of opening .doc files, and you can even save to the .doc file format in Word 2013 if you need […]

How to Save in the .doc Format in Word 2013

Microsoft Word 2013 supports a number of different file types, which means that you can open or create files that are compatible with different programs. For example, Word can save as a PDF if you need to share a document with someone that doesn’t have access to Microsoft Word. A default Word 2013 installation will […]

How to Make the Header Smaller in Word 2013

When you need to remove some of the white space from a document in Word 2013, two of the most common areas to look are the header and the footer. Fortunately you can adjust some settings for both of these locations that will allow you to minimize the amount of space that they use. Our […]

How to Hide Formatting Marks in Word 2013

Formatting in Microsoft Word 2013 can be incredibly useful when you need to make adjustments to content that you have created, but it can be frustrating when you need to change formatting that was already applied to the document. One easy solution is to just clear all of the formatting from the document, but that […]

How to Remove the Underline from a Hyperlink in Word 2013

Word document formatting can come in a variety of different options, so whether you need to double space your document or customize your page numbering, you are likely to find out that there are a considerable number of different menus for styling. But one of the harder elements of a document to format are the […]