Category Archives: Format Documents

How to Insert Total Number of Pages in Word 2013

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Okay, so you have a huge report that needs to have, not just a page number, but the total number of pages. While you could insert this number manually, that could become laborious – forcing you to update the number … Continue reading

How to Create a Macro in Word 2010 or Word 2013

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Word macros are a lifesaver when you’re short on time. They allow you to perform a series of recorded commands without having to complete each step individually. For example, you can create a macro that sets your margins, numbers your … Continue reading

How to Use Word 2010 AutoCorrect to Save Time

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Word 2010’s AutoCorrect helps you save time. Not only can you pull from the library of existing words, but you can also add additional words, edit them, or remove them altogether. So, how does AutoCorrect work exactly? It basically checks … Continue reading

How to Format Word 2010 Documents to Restart Numbering

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When you use page numbers or numbered lists, Word automatically continues the numbering on subsequent pages and/or lists. This option isn’t always feasible, however, if you’re working on a document that requires different page numbers, or if you’re working with … Continue reading

How to Format a Blind Cover Letter in Documents

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A lot of companies don’t include the hiring manager’s name in a job post. This is especially true for newspaper and online ads, making it difficult to send the cover letter. A blind cover letter is sent when a hiring … Continue reading

How to Set Tabs in Word 2010 Documents

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Tab stops are the answer to lining up text quickly in documents, especially if you’d rather not mess with tables or newsletter columns. They’re a great option if you have an invoice with numbers you want to line up or … Continue reading

How to Remove the Background of an Image in a Word Document

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Backgrounds are great if you want them there. They add spice to photographs and make them come alive. But what if you’d like to remove the background altogether? Maybe you’d like to use the object in the foreground in another … Continue reading