Small Caps in Word 2013

When you type in a document in Microsoft Word using the default settings, you will get a mixture of capital and lowercase letters. But some scenarios call for you to use small caps in Word, which are smaller versions of the capital versions of letters. Fortunately this is something that you can accomplish by changing […]

Microsoft Word Landscape Orientation

Documents that you create in word processing applications can be in portrait or landscape orientation. Most programs, including Microsoft Word, use the portrait orientation by default. Luckily this is a setting that you can change. Our tutorial below will show you how to switch to landscape orientation in Microsoft Word for your current document. This […]

How to Count Characters in Microsoft Word 2013

While it’s common in academia, and even corporate, life to have minimum page counts when creating documents, other institutions can opt to have word count, or even character count, requirements. This can be incredibly tedious to do manually so, thankfully, you can get a character count in Microsoft Word with the help of their handy […]

How to Insert a File Into a Word 2013 Document

Sometimes you will be creating a document in Microsoft Word that would be improved by adding an entire other file inside of that document. Microsoft Word 2013 has a tool that can help you do this by inserting another file as an object. Our tutorial below will show you where to find this tool, as […]

Word 2013 – How to Add a Comment to a Document

Comments are an important component of document review when you’re working in teams. When more than one person is working on a document, editing can quickly get out of control if everyone is simply making changes to the document without documenting them. This can create confusion, and ultimately prevent everyone from working in a cohesive […]

Word 2013 – Guide for Working with Hidden Text

Sometimes when you write a document in Word 2013 there might be information that you are unsure about whether or not to include. Or, perhaps you are showing a document to multiple audiences, and those different audiences requires some different information. Rather than having two documents, it can be beneficial for you to simply hide […]

How to Flip Text in Word 2013

Word is a good program to use if you are printing out your own t shirt transfers. We have previously written about setting up an image in Word when you are making a t-shirt, but you may be looking for a similar effect with text. This can be a little tricky, so you are going […]

How to Add a Draft Watermark in Word 2013

Watermarks in Word 2013 can be useful as a quick means to identify the particular status of a document. It doesn’t interfere with anyone’s ability to read the document, but it clearly tags the document with whatever label you would like to affix to it. One of the default watermark options in Word 2013 will […]

How to Toggle Case in Word 2013

Do you have a document that is entirely in the wrong case? Or did you accidentally hit Caps Lock while you were typing, and went through an entire paragraph or two before you realized it? Retyping the same text in a document can be annoying and frustrating, so you may be looking for a quick […]

How to Make the Font Size Bigger than 72 in Word 2013

When you are making certain types of documents with Microsoft Word, you might feel like your design choices are being limited by the seemingly small “maximum” font size of 72pt. However, this isn’t the actual maximum size of text that you can use in your document, it is merely the smallest listed size. It may […]