Occasionally you will need to type some text into a Word document that requires some unusual formatting. If that formatting requires the text to be kind of floating above the regular text, then you want to use superscript formatting, which is also the type of formatting that you would require when typing exponents. Use these… Continue Reading How to Type an Exponent in Word for Office 365
If you often include a lot of math-related content in your Word documents, then you may be wondering how to insert a square root symbol in Word without resorting to complex or inconvenient options. Creating and editing documents in Microsoft Word will require you to type and replace different characters in your document. These are… Continue Reading How to Insert a Square Root Symbol in Word
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
If you open a document in Microsoft Word and see a pattern of small blue squares on the page, then it’s likely that gridlines are enabled. Your first instinct might be to go to the Page Layout tab to try and remove them, but the option is actually found in a different location. Fortunately, you… Continue Reading How to Get Rid of Gridlines in Word 2010
If you are seeing a series of horizontal and vertical lines inside one of your tables, then it may not be related to the table borders. Microsoft Word tables can have gridlines that are meant to help you position objects in and around the table. but if you find these gridlines to be distracting or… Continue Reading How to Hide Table Gridlines in Word 2010
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 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
If you’ve ever pressed Enter a bunch of times to move text to the bottom of the page in a Word document, then aren’t alone. Many Word users will take this approach since there isn’t an obvious way to position text at the bottom of a document. But this can cause problems later, as each… Continue Reading How to Bottom Align in Microsoft Word for Office 365
If you have a document title that is at the top of the first page in your Word document, then you may want to put it at the center of the page. Fortunately, this is a button that you can find in the ribbon on the Home tab. Our tutorial below will show you how… Continue Reading How Do I Center Text in Word 2010?
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?