If your MS Word document becomes corrupt, follow these steps to fix it. Open the document in Microsoft Word. Cut and paste the images to a new file. WARNING: DON’T SAVE THE FILE YET! In Word, select File, Save As HTML.Name the file with an HTML extension, e.g. Proposal.html and then Exit Word. Re-open Word. […]
One way to make your Microsoft Word documents more professional is to use the Header and Footers to include information that helps the reader. Today, I’ll show you how to add some useful information to the header/footer areas.
A simple example is to include the Document Name or Chapter title in the footer. This helps the reader if they print out the document and also gives me a better sense of what they’re reading.
In MS Word, you can use AutoCorrect to correct typos, capitalization errors, and misspelled words, as well as automatically add symbols and other formatted pieces of text. How To Automatically Correct Typos in Microsoft Word To automatically correct typing mistakes in MS Word, follow these steps: Click File, Options, then select Proofing. Select AutoCorrect Options. In the Replace box, type a word […]
You can change the default font in Word, so that every new document you create has the same font/family/size you want. Simple want to save time, right? How to Change or Set the Default Font in Word When you set a default font, every new document will use the font settings you selected and set […]
You can automatically correct typos, misspelled words, and incorrect capitalization using the AutoCorrect feature in Word. For example, if you incorrectly type erport, AutoCorrect will replace what you have typed with “report.” Or if you type ‘Teh Executrie summary states’, AutoCorrect replaces what you have typed with “The Executive Summary states.” You can also use […]