Category Archives: Format Documents

How to Use Spacing to Format Word Documents

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Spacing can change the entire look of your document and how text fills the page horizontally and vertically. Spacing can also make text easier or more difficult to read. Word gives you multiple ways to format text.

Changing the Font Color of Hyperlink Text in a PowerPoint 2010 Document

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Formatting the font color of hyperlinks is tricky, but not impossible in PowerPoint 2010. Hyperlinks are a great way to point to a web page, slide, file or email address.

How to Format Images in a Word Document

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Images can do a lot for your document to make it pop. You’ll be surprised how quickly flyers, brochures and newsletters come to life! But what if you’ve added graphics to pages, but they still don’t look quite right.

How to Add Images to Reports in Access

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Microsoft Access is your best friend when it comes to time-saving techniques. You can create, modify and reuse the same data in multiple ways. Instead of starting from scratch, simply specify the data you want to pull. You can also … Continue reading

How to Modify and Use Styles to Format Word Documents

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Say goodbye to spending wasted minutes formatting documents. Using the styles in Microsoft Word can speed things up, especially if you’re working on a long document. When you create a new document, Word opens the Normal template by default. This … Continue reading

How to Format Word Documents with Section Breaks

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Section breaks are great helpers when you’re formatting a Word document. They make everything easier, whether you’re using page borders on specific pages or changing margins on a single page. You should use section breaks whenever you want to use … Continue reading

How to Format Table Backgrounds in Word

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Adding a background color or pattern to your table changes its overall look. You can customize your background in Microsoft Word with a few clicks of your mouse. The change can be applied to one or more cells or to … Continue reading