One of the essential things about formatting text in any word processor is the ability to align text. Fortunately, whether you need to align pieces of text to the left, to the right, or center it on the page, Microsoft Word lets you do that easily. To make things even simpler for you, we've created this guide which illustrates four different ways of aligning text in Word, both horizontally and vertically:
Do you have a PDF file that you want to be able to edit using Microsoft Word? Do you want to learn how to do that without having to buy specialized software or uploading your PDF files to online conversion tools? If you answered yes, then here are two easy and free ways to convert a PDF file into an editable Word document, using Microsoft Word or Google Drive:
PDF files are excellent containers for web pages, documents and images, and other things. They are everywhere these days, and creating them is easy if you have a modern operating system on your PC, such as Windows 10. In today's article, we show you how to print as PDF, from Windows 10, almost anything you like. Let's get started:
Do you need to write documents in Microsoft Word and want to split all or just some of your text into separate columns? You do not know how to write text in two columns? Or maybe you'd like to have three or even more columns in your Word document? What if you want to choose where a column begins, and the other ones end so that the text doesn't just flow from one column to another? If these are your questions, read this guide. We have the answers.
When you create large documents, you may need to add page numbers. They are useful for many reasons, and, depending on the type of document that you create, they may be mandatory. Microsoft Word offers several ways for you to add page numbers, and some may not be as intuitive as you might assume. Here is how to add page numbers in any Word document, starting at page one, two, three, or any other page:
NOTE: This tutorial was created using Microsoft Word from Office 365. It should work with Word from Microsoft Office 2019, 2016, and 2013.
PowerPoint is the most popular slideshow presentation app in the world. It is developed and sold by Microsoft as part of its Office suite, together with other productivity apps such as Word, Excel, Outlook or Access. However, it is also available online as a web app. Unless you have already worked with PowerPoint, you might wonder how and where to download it. If you go online and search for it, many of the search results you get are misleading, so we thought it would make a good idea to show you a few ways in which you can download PowerPoint safely, straight from Microsoft:
If you need to create presentations, you probably use PowerPoint, an app that is part of the Microsoft Office productivity suite. If you are wondering what version of PowerPoint you are using, in this guide, we show you how to identify it. Whether you want to know this piece of information because you believe your PowerPoint is outdated and want to switch to a newer one, or if you want to confirm that you have the latest version of PowerPoint already, here is how to find out this information:
Starting with Microsoft Office 2016, Microsoft has introduced a Dark Mode for all Office apps. In Office 2019 you get two Dark Modes to choose from. If you purchased an Office 365 subscription, you also get background patterns for your Office apps. Here is how to personalize the theme and the background used by your Office apps, and enable Dark Mode, if you want to:
In 2017, Microsoft started to offer a new line of subscriptions services, called Microsoft 365. The company offers different plans tailored to businesses of all sizes, as well as schools. The Microsoft 365 subscriptions include Windows 10, Office 365, devices security and management solutions, and other various apps and services. If you are curious to find out more about Microsoft 365, what it is and what it has to offer, read on:
Office 365 is a term you hear often on the internet and when looking for apps such as Word, Excel or PowerPoint. Although Microsoft has pushed Office 365 subscriptions to its users for quite a few years now, you might still not know what it really is. What does Office 365 mean? Is it the same as Office 2016 or Office 2019? Does it come with added benefits? If you want to know what Office 365 is and whether you should have it, read this article, and we will give you the answers: