How to Insert a Check Mark in Word 2013

Microsoft Word 2013 has a rather large library of symbols that you can insert into a document, and the check mark is one of the symbols that is available. It is part of the Wingdings font, and behaves similarly to any other letter or number that you might include in your document. Our tutorial will […]

How to View Document Readability Statistics in Word 2013

It is often difficult to evaluate the readability of a document that you write. The words in that document came from your mind, so they will typically make sense when you are proofreading your own work. But others may have difficulty understanding what you mean, so it is beneficial to have an independent tool that […]

Why Isn’t Word 2013 Spell Checking Uppercase Words?

If you type a document in Microsoft Word 2013 and wonder why it isn’t finding some spelling mistakes, then there are a couple of possible reasons. But one of those explanations might involve typing with the “Caps Lock” button enabled. Word 2013 might not check “caps locked” words, depending upon the status of a specific setting […]

How to Turn On Automatic Spell Check in Word 2013

Word 2013 has a number of different tools that can check your document for mistakes. A popular one to enable is the passive voice checker, but perhaps the most commonly used proofreading tool is the spell checker. You have probably found that you can manually run a spell check by clicking the Review tab at […]

How to Rotate a Picture in Word 2013

Last updated: March 12, 2019 Digital cameras have a tendency to put pictures in a different orientation than you originally wanted. If you add a picture to a Word 2013 document and find that it is portrait instead of landscape, then you will need to rotate that picture to achieve the desired result. Fortunately this […]

How to Convert Text to a Table in Word 2013

Microsoft Word 2013 has some table tools that make it simple to create and then populate a table from scratch. But what if you have a collection of data first, then later decide that you want it to be in a table format? Fortunately Word 2013 also has a tool that can help with this […]

How to Stop Word 2013 from Capitalizing the First Word of a Sentence

Microsoft Word 2013 has several automatic formatting options that help to fix common typographical mistakes. One of these options causes Microsoft Word to automatically capitalize the first letter of a new sentence. However, if you are intentionally using a lowercase letter to start a sentence, then this can be a bit of a nuisance. Our tutorial […]

How to Turn Off Automatic Numbered Lists in Word 2013

Microsoft Word 2013 has a feature where it will automatically continue a numbered list if it thinks that you are starting one. This is helpful when you are actually typing a numbered list, but it can be inconvenient when you are separating your numbered items, or if you only have one numbered item. You might […]

How to Right Align a Paragraph in Word 2013

When you are using the default settings in Word 2013, your paragraphs will be left-aligned by default. This means that the left side of each row is evenly positioned along the left margin. But you might encounter situations where this left-alignment is not wanted, and you would prefer to right-align your paragraphs instead. Fortunately this […]

How to Print Only the Comments in Word 2013

When you are working on a large document, either by yourself, or with a team, then it is entirely possible that there are a lot of comments. If the amount of comments is very high, it can be easy to get confused by the changes that everyone wants to make, and the “fixed” version might […]