From using OneNote for project management to discovering hidden features in Word, there are tons of ways you can get more out of Office 365. Here’s a look back at this year’s most popular tips.
Add-ins are a simple way to enhance the functionality of Outlook and Word. Here are three of our favorite add-ins to help keep you organized and manage your tasks more effectively.
Editing PDF files can be a major hassle. But here’s a simple trick for editing them–and all you need is Microsoft Word.
Sure, Microsoft Word is great for writing essays or project proposals. But here are four things you might not have known you could do in Word. These tips will help you expand Word’s functionality and work faster.
When you’re collaborating on a Word document, if you want to make sure Track Changes is kept on, you can lock it with a password. This way, it prevents other authors from turning off Track Changes, so that you can still see all the changes that were made.
If your Office files are looking drab, try using a template. There are thousands of options, and with a little searching ingenuity, you can find the perfect one for your needs.
When it comes to creating charts, you might be thinking Excel is the way to go. But if you’re just looking to make a simple chart to augment a document, you can do that from right within Word.
There are lots of great hidden feature tucked away in Microsoft Word that you probably don’t know about. From activating research tools, to changing the page color of documents to reduce eye strain, to easily capturing screenshots, here are three tricks that you will enjoy.
If you have an official document in Word that requires your signature or a signature line, here’s how to create it in a few easy steps.
ProWritingAid is a Microsoft Word add-in that helps improve your writing in an easy and intuitive way. It gives you feedback on your grammar, sentence structure, word choice, and more.