He was a complete list of my Microsoft Word 2013 tutorials.

The list shows my most recent tips first, therefore, you should scroll down to the bottom of the page if you want to take all of my tips as a class. Do them in order starting at number one.  Enjoy this Microsoft Word 2013 class and contact me if you have any questions.

Word 2013 Class

What’s New in the Office 2016 Apps

See what’s new in the Office 2016 apps A laptop with a Word document on screen showing coauthoring in progress. Working together just got easier Office 2016 makes it easier to share documents and work with others at the same time. Work together on documents See others’ edits with coauthoring in Word, PowerPoint, and OneNote. […]

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What’s new and improved in Office 2016 for Office 365 – Office Support

What’s new and improved in Office 2016 for Office 365 Applies To: Excel 2016 Word 2016 Outlook 2016 PowerPoint 2016 OneNote 2016 As an Office 365 subscriber, you regularly get new and improved features. Take a look below to see what’s available to you today and what’s coming. Not an Office 365 subscriber but using […]

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Microsoft Word Online tips and tricks you should use

Microsoft Word is a very useful piece of software for writers, who need custom formatting as well as a good environment to write text. Earlier you only had the desktop version, but now you can also use Microsoft Word web version at free of cost. Here are a few Microsoft Word Online tips and tricks […]

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76 – Microsoft Word Tip: How to number rows in a Word table – TechRepublic

How to number rows in a Word table I love discovering an easy trick, especially one I’ve never seen used before. Did you know that you can quickly add row and column numbers to a Word table? Simply use the Numbering tool on the Formatting toolbar (in version 2003 and earlier): To number rows, select […]

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75 – Microsoft Word Tip: 365 Ninja: Microsoft Office 365 Tips and Tricks – Free Computer Training

I would like to introduce you to www.365Ninja.com. 365 Ninja provides tips, tricks, and training that helps you master Microsoft Office 365. For free daily tips and the Ultimate Guide to Office 365, join here: https://www.365ninja.com/join I have personally created more than 80 hours of videos for this website.  One of the wonderful things about […]

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74 – Microsoft Word Tip: How to take awesome meeting notes with OneNote 2013 – YouTube

I would like to introduce you to www.365Ninja.com. 365 Ninja provides tips, tricks, and training that helps you master Microsoft Office 365. For free daily tips and the Ultimate Guide to Office 365, join here: https://www.365ninja.com/join I have personally created more than 80 hours of videos for this website. One of the wonderful things about […]

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73 – Microsoft Word Tip: Tips and tricks to create a table of contents in Word 2010

Learn how to insert, modify, and update a table of contents in your Word document; and see how you can use Word’s built-in heading styles and the multilevel list option to make your text look good. If you are a document writer, this article will be very useful for you. You will learn how to […]

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72 – Microsoft Word Tip: 10 Microsoft Word 2016 Tips Every User Should Know

10 Microsoft Word 2016 Tips Every User Should Know Andre Da Costa | August 26, 2016 in How-To Since Microsoft Word dethroned WordPerfect in the 90’s to become the de facto standard in word processing; it has accumulated quite some features over the years. Not every feature is required by every user, but there are […]

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71 – Microsoft Word Tip: Uninstall Office 2013, Office 2016, or Office 365 from a PC – Microsoft Office

Uninstall Office 2013, Office 2016, or Office 365 from a PC Having issues with Microsoft Office?  Try a deep uninstall with a tool from Microsoft. This article is for Office 365 Home, Office 365 Personal, Office 365 University, Office 365 for business, Office 2013, and Office 2016. Got another version you want to uninstall? Try […]

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70 – Microsoft Word Tip: Office Training Center – Office Support

Office Training Center See what’s new: Office 2016 What’s New and Improved in Office 2016 Office 2016 Quick Start Guides Office 2016 Training Learn by app or service Learn by scenario Office 365 scenario-based training provides inspirational tutorials to show you how you and your team can transform the way you work. We’ll show you […]

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69 – Microsoft Word Tip: Explore Word 2016 – Office Support

Microsoft’s Website has a number of resources that you should take advantage of as an Microsoft Office user. Source: Explore Word 2016 – Office Support Explore Word 2016 Explore the document gallery The document gallery is where you can create a blank document or use a pre-designed template. The gallery is available when you open […]

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68 – Microsoft Word Tip: Easily Edit PDF Files in Word 365/2016 – YouTube

Easily Edit PDF Files in Word 365/2016 Learn iT! Training Published on Mar 16, 2016 Making changes to a PDF can be tricky. In Word 365/2016, opening and editing PDF files is more painless than ever before. In this brief video, acquire new skills to improve your PDF-editing abilities.

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67 – Microsoft Word Tip: How to Select All Text with Similar Formatting in Microsoft Word

Finished your Word document but now changed your mind about how the entire thing is formatted? One nifty Word feature can help you adjust multiple parts of your document in just a few clicks. You’ll save time by selecting all the text with similar formatting so you can tweak them all at once. This comes […]

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66 – Microsoft Word Tip: What Is Normal.dot

Source: What Is Normal.dotm From: http://www.word-2013-tutorials.com What Is Normal.dotm Normal.dotm is the template upon which all new blank documents are based. It opens whenever you start Microsoft Office Word 2013 and it includes default styles and customizations that control the basic look of your document. Changes you make to Normal.dotm will be applied to documents […]

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65 – Microsoft Word Tip: Uninstall Office 2013, Office 2016, or Office 365 from a PC – Office Support

  Uninstall Office 2013, Office 2016, or Office 365 from a PC The following steps describe how to uninstall Office 2016 or 2013 products on a PC (laptop, desktop, or 2-in-1). For other versions of Office, including Office 2016 for Mac, or older versions of Office, such as Office 2010, see the section, Uninstall other […]

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64 – Microsoft Word Tip: Microsoft Office help and training – support.office.com

Office help and training Find helpful answers. Contact real people. Learn simpler ways to work. Get help with an app Excel OneNote Outlook PowerPoint Word OneDrive More apps  Trending topics What’s new in Office 365 in January? Join the Office Insider program What’s new in Office 2016 for Mac? Install or reinstall Office 365 […]

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63 – Microsoft Word Tip: Office Training Center – Office Support

Office Training Center See what’s new: Office 2016 What’s New and Improved in Office 2016 Includes Office 2016 Quick Start Guides, Office 2016 Training Learn by app or service, Office 365, Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote, OneDrive, Skype for Business, Lync Access, Publisher, SharePoint, Yammer, Delve, Visio, and Project. Learn by scenario: Office 365 scenario-based […]

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62 – Microsoft Word Tip: 9 Microsoft Word tricks that will boost your productivity now

You have probably been using Microsoft Word for many years now, but you were not aware of these nine tips or tricks or shortcuts that could help you type faster and more easily – at the end of the day greatly helping you to improve your productivity in Word. Tricks sourced from: techwelkin.com | Source: 9 Microsoft Word […]

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61 – Microsoft Word Tip: How to Create Table Templates in Microsoft Word

How to Create Table Templates in Microsoft Word Microsoft Word’s table templates are great time-savers. With them, you can quickly apply your own custom formatting to any table in Word. Here’s how to create your own table style and save it as a template.The easiest way to create your own table template is to start […]

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60 – Microsoft Word Tip: How to Insert YouTube Videos Into Microsoft Word

How do you Insert YouTube Videos Into Microsoft Word? Source: Insert Youtube Videos Into Word And now for our feature presentation! Behold: the ability to insert YouTube videos into Word.Word 2013 has a new command on the Insert tab: Online Video. But it’s not so much the ability to insert videos into a Word document […]

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59 – Microsoft Word Tip: Word 2013 Tutorials

He was a complete list of my Microsoft Word 2013 tutorials. The list shows my most recent tips first, therefore, you should scroll down to the bottom of the page if you want to take all of my tips as a class. Do them in order starting at number one.  Enjoy this Microsoft Word 2013 […]

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58 – Microsoft Word Tip: Word 2013: Breaks

Adding breaks to your (Microsoft Word) document can make it appear more organized and can improve the flow of text. Depending on how you want to change the pagination or formatting of your document, you can apply a page break or a section break. To insert a page break:Page breaks allow you to move text […]

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57 – Microsoft Word Tip: What’s new in Word 2013 – Word

What’s new in Word 2013 Note SkyDrive is now OneDrive, and SkyDrive Pro is now OneDrive for Business. Read more about this change at From SkyDrive to OneDrive. Do more with your docs: Pop in an online video, open a PDF and edit the content, align pictures and diagrams with minimal fuss. The new Read […]

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56 – Microsoft Word Tip: The new Office is here – Office Blogs

The new Office is here by Kirk Koenigsbauer, on September 22, 2015 Kirk Koenigsbauer, corporate vice president for the Office Client Applications and Services team. It’s here! Today is the worldwide release of Office 2016 for Windows. This marks a milestone in delivering new value for Office 365 subscribers with a focus on collaboration, apps […]

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55 – Microsoft Word Tip: Learn All the Microsoft Word Keyboard Shortcuts with This Printable Cheatsheet

Microsoft Word offers many—at least 247—keyboard shortcuts to speed up your document creation workflow. If you don’t know all of them yet, grab this PDF or doc file as a handy reference.I generated this list of Word keyboard shortcuts from a built-in macro called ListCommands, per instructions from Help Desk Geek. There are 11 pages […]

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54 – Microsoft Word Tip: Word 2013: Buying Office 2013 (2016)

Note: Office 2016 is now available.  However, this overview still gives you a good understanding of the Microsoft Office options available to you.  Source: Word 2013: Buying Office 2013 In January 2013, Microsoft released the latest version of its Office software suite, Office 2013. It also released Office 365 Home, a subscription-based version of Office. […]

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53 – Microsoft Word Tip: What’s New and Improved in Office 2016 – Office Support

Microsoft Office 2016 is now available, but is it worth it? If you make a decision to buy Microsoft Office today you will be asked purchase Microsoft Office 2016. You can purchase the standalone one time install for one computer or you can purchase Microsoft Office 365, which can be shared on multiple devices. Below […]

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52 – Microsoft Word Tip: Review of Office 2016 for Windows, collaboration takes center stage | Computerworld

Long available in rivals such as Google Docs, real-time collaborative editing finally comes to Microsoft Office, along with a handful of other useful improvements. By Preston Gralla Computerworld | Sep 22, 2015 3:30 AM If Microsoft were to have a motto for the newly debuted Office 2016, it could well be the old coaching adage […]

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51 – Microsoft Word Tip: Creating a Table of Contents in Microsoft Word

If someone asked me how to create a table of contents in Microsoft Word I would be at a total loss. I’d like to thank Sterling Teaches who created this great video and posted it on YouTube for that shows how to create a table of contents in Microsoft Word. Sterling shows you how to […]

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51 – Microsoft Word Tip: Microsoft Word 2013 Indents and Tabs

When it comes to using Microsoft Word I’ve always had a weakness with tabs and indents. Here is a great tutorial that will teach you all about Microsoft Word 2013 indents and tabs. You will learn about hanging indents, first line indents and everything you ever wanted to know about tabs. You will learn how […]

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49 – Microsoft Word Tip: 46 Fantastic Microsoft Word Tips and Tricks

When you partake in my Microsoft Word tutorials you will learn everything you need to know about Microsoft Word. I offer more than 46 great Microsoft Word tips and tutorials in if you review them in order it is the equivalent of taking a Microsoft Word class. Why are the tips in reverse order? As […]

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48 – Microsoft Word Tip: Keyboard Shortcuts for Microsoft Word 2013 from ShortcutWorld.com

If you do a lot of typing in Microsoft Word you might like to know about some keyboard shortcuts. While I have found a big list for you. The people at www.shortcutworld.com have created amazing list of word 2013 shortcuts. Below is a table of contents with links to certain sections of their list. Take […]

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47 – Microsoft Word Tip: Create a Cross-Reference

Create a cross-reference Applies To: Word 2016 , Word 2013 , Word 2010 , Word 2007 | A cross-reference allows you to link to other parts of the same document. For example, you might use a cross-reference to link to a chart or graphic that appears elsewhere in the document. The cross-reference appears as a […]

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46 – Microsoft Word Tip: How to Use Breaks in Microsoft Word to Better Format Your Documents

Have you ever struggled to get the formatting of a long document looking like you want in each section? Let’s explore the Breaks tool in Word and see how you can use breaks to get your documents formatted better. Word includes so many features, it’s easy to overlook some that can be the exact thing […]

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45 – Microsoft Word Tip: Microsoft Word: Adding Headers, Footers and Page Numbers

This great tutorial on adding headers footers and page numbers in Microsoft Word was created by the good folks over at GCFLearnfree.org. In this tutorial you will learn how to create a header, footer and insert page numbers into a Microsoft Word document. Many years ago I personally used Microsoft Word a great deal more […]

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44 – Microsoft Word Tip: How to Change Margins in Microsoft Word

How do you change margins in Microsoft Word? This fantastic tutorial by the folks at SimpleK12 explores just about everything you need to know about changing margins and working with margins in Microsoft Word. I must admit I am not a margin man. I typically depend on tables for modifying the layout of a word […]

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43 – Microsoft Word Tip: How to Change Line Spacing in Microsoft Word

This brief tutorial will show you how to change line spacing in Microsoft Word. The good people at HowTech have created a great video that shows you how to accomplish this in a few simple steps. Enjoy.  HowTech: http://howtech.tv    

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42 – Microsoft Word Tip: Tracking Changes in Microsoft Word: Part 1 & 2

I have a confession to make: there is a lot that I don’t know about software. Every so often I think about a topic for a tutorial that I do not feel qualified to discuss with my students. I never use the tracking changes feature in Microsoft Word. Having stated that, I decided to search […]

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41 – Microsoft Word Tip: Microsoft Office 2013 Options: Which Version of Microsoft Office Should I Buy?

Last week I came across the great video that answers questions about the different versions of Microsoft Office. In the past purchasing Microsoft office was rather simple. Today, you have many options and frankly I think they can be somewhat confusing. This video by Doug Thomas is a good overview for individuals, small business and […]

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40 – Microsoft Word Tip: Adding Space Between Paragraphs in Microsoft Word

On occasion you might find there is a need to add space between paragraphs in Microsoft Word.  Maybe the space disappeared or you want to add more space.  This quick video tutorial will show you how it is done.

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39 – Microsoft Word Tip: Free Microsoft Word Training: Top 20 Tips

How well do you know Microsoft Word? If someone asked you how proficient you are with Microsoft Word how would you answer them? My experience has been that if I teach you my Microsoft Word Top 20 Tips you will know enough to walk into an employer and look that person in the eye and […]

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38 – Microsoft Word Tip 38: Linking to Excel Data

In this tutorial we are going to take a look at linking to an Excel spreadsheet directly from Microsoft Word. Quite often makes sense to do it this way versus inserting the data into a Microsoft Word document. Space considerations make this an easy decision.

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37 – Microsoft Word Tip 37: Inserting an Excel Spreadsheet into Word

In this tutorial we are going to talk about inserting a Microsoft Excel spreadsheet into Microsoft Word. There are many things you need to consider before you insert a spreadsheet in the Microsoft Word, for example space considerations. Can you actually said that Excel spreadsheet into Microsoft Word? Is there enough space? Does this make […]

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36 – Microsoft Word Tip 36: Space Between Paragraphs

In this tutorial I will show you how to put space between paragraphs in Microsoft Word. On occasion you might find that it looks better to add a little bit of space between your paragraphs; in my opinion this is just a cosmetic fix.

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35 – Microsoft Word Tip 35: Awesome Word Templates

Free Microsoft Office Templates In this tutorial I take a look at working with Microsoft Word templates. Microsoft provides a wide variety of templates that you can pick and choose from. Before you spend too much time working on a project in which there is a large amount of design and layout work, take a […]

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34 – Microsoft Word Tip 34: Definitions & Synonyms

Definitions & Synonyms in Microsoft Word In this tutorial we will take a look at some of the power of working with Microsoft Word as it relates to definitions and synonyms.

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33 – Microsoft Word Tip 33: Print & Print Preview

In this tutorial I will take a look at print and print preview in Microsoft Word. This is a quick review of your options when it comes to printing and these options will be applicable to most Microsoft Office programs.

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32 – Microsoft Word Tip 32: Justify Columns

In this tutorial I will show you how to justify columns in Microsoft Word. If you’re not sure what justify means as it applies to Microsoft Word and columns, take a look at your local newspaper. Most likely, you will see that the columns are justified.

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31 – Microsoft Word Tip 31: Find and Replace

In this tutorial I will take a look at using find and replace in Microsoft Word. Even though I’m using Microsoft Word to illustrate this tip, this simple principle can be used all over your computer. For example, if you are in a web browser searching for stuff and you get a large return of […]

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30 – Microsoft Word Tip 30: Indenting Text

How do you indent text in Microsoft Word? In this tutorial we will show you how to do that in a quick and efficient manner.

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29 – Microsoft Word Tip 29: Increase and Decrease Font

Hi ladies and gentlemen, in this quick tutorial I will show you how to increase in decreased Microsoft Word’s font very quickly and easily!

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28 – Microsoft Word Tip 28: Line Spacing

In this brief tutorial will take a look at using line spacing to Microsoft Word.  

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27 – Microsoft Word Tip 27: Word’s Help Feature

In this tutorial I will talk about using Microsoft words help feature. In brief, learning whether or not to use this tool will help you with all Microsoft office products. This tool leaves something to be desired as I will illustrate.

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26 – Microsoft Word Tip 26: Save versus Save As

When I teach people about Microsoft office and computers in general I find one of the most misunderstood concepts is save versus save as when working with a document or a spreadsheet. In this tutorial I will talk to you about the differences in how to best use this feature to ensure you saved the […]

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25 – Microsoft Word Tip 25: Removing Styles Ribbon Shortcut

Here is another way to clear formatting in Microsoft Word using a simple shortcut on the Microsoft Ribbon.

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24 – Microsoft Word Tip 24: Removing Styles and Formatting

In this brief tutorial, I will show you how to clear styles and formatting of text in Microsoft Word.

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23 – Microsoft Word Tip 23: Working with Styles

In this tutorial, I take a quick look at working with styles in Microsoft Word.

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22 – Microsoft Word Tip 22: Hyperlinks

In this tutorial I will show you how to add Hyperlinks in Microsoft Word.  

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21 – Microsoft Word Tip 21: Highlighting Text with Color

In this quick tutorial I will show you how to highlight Text with Color in Microsoft Word.

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20 – Microsoft Word Tip 20: Creating a Text Box

Text Box in Microsoft Word I’ve created a series of tutorials, two videos actually, that will show you how to work with text boxes in Microsoft Word. Text boxes can make positioning information in your document much easier. Enjoy. Working with Text Boxes Part 1 Working with Text BoxesPart 2

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19 – Microsoft Word Tip 19: Working with Tables

When you learn how to work with tables in Microsoft Word it will change how you look at any new document or project you create in Microsoft Word. In other words, you will look at things differently. I have created 16 videos on working with tables in Microsoft Word. Now that might sound like a […]

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18 – Microsoft Word Tip 18: Bullets and Numbered Lists

In this tutorial, I take a look at how easy it is to create either a numbered or bulleted list in Microsoft Word. Enjoy.

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17 – Microsoft Word Tip 17: Default Font

Maybe you like Times New Roman. Arial? Verdana? What is your favorite font? This video shows you how to change Microsoft Word’s default font to a font of your liking.

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16 – Microsoft Word Tip 16: AutoCorrect

Microsoft Word corrects many common spelling and typing errors automatically. In this video, learn how that happens and learn how you can use it to your advantage.

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15 – Microsoft Word Tip 15: Text Effects

This tutorial will teach you how to work with Microsoft Word text effects

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14 – Microsoft Word Tip 14: Moving Text

This tutorial shows you some simple ways to use your mouse to select and move text around Microsoft Word.

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13 – Microsoft Word Tip 13: Cut, Copy and Paste

I use Microsoft Word as the tool to teach you how to cut, copy and paste.  The things you learn in this video tutorial can be used anywhere on your computer.  This is a great tip that helps you with the fundamentals of everyday computer use.  Enjoy.

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12 – Microsoft Word Tip 12: Format Painter

The Format Painter is a great tool for editing text.

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11 – Microsoft Word Tip 11: Zoom Feature

Word’s Zoom Feature This tutorial will teach you how to work with the zoom feature in Microsoft Word. Knowing how to use zoom makes it easier on the eyes if you’ve had a long day in the office.

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10 – Microsoft Word Tip 10: Undo & Redo Feature

Undo and Redo Makes Microsoft Word Easier One of my favorite functions in Microsoft Word and other Microsoft office products is the undo and redo feature. This feature can help you save a great deal of time when it comes to creating documents or anything for that matter in Microsoft Word.

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9 – Microsoft Word Tip 9: Editing Pictures and Graphics

Microsoft Word Training Tutorials Microsoft Word Top 20 Tips Series Microsoft Word is a great tool for learning the fundamentals of working with images and graphics on your computer. I have created a series of video tutorials that address how to work with, edit, manipulate and change images and graphics using Microsoft Word. There are […]

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8 – Microsoft Word Tip 8: Autotext and Quick Parts

Autotext is Great.  Quick Parts is a bit of a Mystery to Me.

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7 – Microsoft Word Tip 7: Seven Ways to Select Text

How to Select Text when working on your computer      

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6 – Microsoft Word Tip 6: Undo and Redo Feature

One of the Best Features of Microsoft Word  

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5 – Microsoft Word Tip 5: How to Save and Open Document

Create a Document, Save a Document and how to Open a Document

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4 – Microsoft Word Tip 4: Formatting Text

Formatting Text    

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3 – Microsoft Word Tip 3: Inserting Text, Spelling and Grammar

     

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2 – Microsoft Word Tip 2: Getting Started

Microsoft Word Top 20 Tips On occasion I will put some tutorials here that are created using a very old version of Microsoft Word. In this case, I’d use Word 2003 to create this tutorial. When you watch my Microsoft Word training tutorials you will see that you will pick up a lot of little […]

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1 – Microsoft Word Tip 1: Learn Microsoft Word First!

This is the first of more than 35 Microsoft Word Video Tips.  If you watch them in order, it is like taking a Microsoft Word Training Class. When someone wants to learn about computers I usually tell them to start by learning Microsoft Word. Microsoft Word Top 20 Tips Learning Microsoft Word is so important […]

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