An MS Word document can be split so as to display two copies with independent scroll bars. It is useful in tasks like editing and tallying in large documents.
Now you can type anywhere in an MS Word document. No need to keep pressing space bar to position typing cursor. This feature is available in Office XP and above.
Filling dummy sample text as placeholder in an MS-Word document is a very common requirement. Learn how to use rand & lorem functions to insert text easily.
For many people it is useful if open the most recently used document automatically opens when they launch MS-Word. It’s easy enough to do, let’s see how.
Learn how to quickly move to the most recent (last) location in an MS-Word document where you were editing. SHIFT+F5 key combination can help you.
MS-Word has a feature that enables you to hold more than one data pieces in clipboard and then paste all of them in one go. This is cut paste extended!
Learn how to type, insert or add the Indian Rupee (INR) symbol in MS Word document using Unicode. You can do so on computers with Indic language support.
Microsoft Word allows you to make text selection in any rectangular arbitrary block. You can use this technique to select a vertical area.
Setting a password on an MS-Word file is a good way to keep the content safe from unauthorized access. Learn how to protect your MS-Word files with a password.
Insertion of more rows and columns is an action often taken while working on an MS-Word document. Learn how to do it easily and quickly.