Some of the formatting requirements that your school or job may want for your documents will involve things like the margin size and spacing. A common setting that many people need to use involves making the amount of space between their lines larger. Our tutorial below will show you how to double space in Word,… Continue Reading How to Double Space in Word Documents
The .docx file type that Microsoft Word has been using for recent versions of the Word application is compatible with a number of different programs where you might need to edit a document. But, occasionally, you might be working with something that can only read .doc file types, or you may be working with someone… Continue Reading Can Word 2013 Save as a .doc File?
Do you want to remove some of the text from your document, but you don’t want to delete it completely? You might have considered copying and pasting it to another document, but there is actually an option in Microsoft Word that lets you hide some of your text. This lets you keep that content in… Continue Reading How to Hide Text in Microsoft Word 2013
Do you need to put some of the text in your document in the middle of the page? While you may have found the button that lets you center your text horizontally, it can be a little more difficult to find that option that will center your text vertically. Our tutorial below will show you… Continue Reading How to Vertically Center Text in Word 2013
Microsoft Word gives you the ability to move text horizontally on the page with some buttons that you can find on the Home tab. But when you need to put some of your text at the bottom or middle of the page, you might notice that there aren’t buttons to do that, too. This option… Continue Reading How Do I Change the Vertical Position of Text in Microsoft Word?
Microsoft Word provides a number of different tools that you can use to add content to a document. You might already be familiar with adding pictures of videos, as well as tables, but you might not have had a reason to add a text box to a document yet. While you can format document text… Continue Reading How to Insert a Text Box in Word 2013
While your Microsoft Word documents may often be things that contain a lot of words or numbers for school or work, you may occasionally need to create something that needs some symbols or pictures in it. One of the more commonly-needed symbols is a check mark, such as when you are including a checklist in… Continue Reading How to Insert a Check Mark in Word 2013
Occasionally you will need to know the number of letters, numbers, and spaces in a phrase, paragraph, or document. Manually counting this sort of information is tedious and error-prone, so you might be looking for an easier option to get a character count in Word. Fortunately, there is a tool in the application that lets… Continue Reading How to Count Characters in Microsoft Word 2013 (A Quick 3 Step Guide)
If you copy text from a different location, it’s likely that it will have some unwanted formatting. If that formatting includes superscript, then you might be trying to figure out how to remove superscript in Word 2013. Luckily adding or removing superscript are very similar processes, so you can continue reading our tutorial below and… Continue Reading How to Remove Superscript in Word 2013
When you start a new document in Microsoft Word there are certain settings that it will use by default. In a perfect world, these will all be what you need them to be, but it’s possible that you will need to adjust some of them. Fortunately, you can learn how to change automatic font color… Continue Reading How to Change Automatic Font Color in Word 2013