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Automatically Number Lines in Word 2011 for Mac

Word in Office 2011 for Mac can automatically number the lines in your documents. Automatically numbering lines can be handy when referring to specific places within a Word 2011 for Mac document without [more…]

How to Track Changes in Word 2011 for Mac

Office 2011 for Mac can keep track of the changes made to a Word document, who made them, and when the changes were made. But these changes aren’t tracked until you turn on the Track Changes feature in [more…]

Editing in Word 2011 for Mac: Accepting and Rejecting Changes

When you’re ready, you can go through the changes and edits that other people made to a shared document in Office 2011 for Mac that Word has tracked and work toward creating a final document. [more…]

How to Coauthor a Document in Word 2011 for Mac

Word 2011 for Mac brings a new wrinkle to collaborating with others. SkyDrive or SharePoint enables you to use the expansive capabilities of Microsoft Word while collaborating on a document online and [more…]

How to Edit a Coauthored Word 2011 Document

While collaborating with shared Word documents in Office 2011 for Mac, the status bar at the bottom of the window indicates how many people are collaborating and whether any collaborators has saved updates [more…]

Using Custom Dictionaries in Word 2011 for Mac

Word 2011 for Mac lets you create, edit, and add new dictionaries to its collection of dictionaries. Perhaps your discipline, science, or profession uses a lot of specialized terms not found in the Word [more…]

Word 2011 for Mac: Changing the Dictionary to a Different Language

With Office 2011 for Mac, you can check spelling and grammar in languages other than English. Word 2011 for Mac comes with foreign-language dictionaries such as Czech, French, Russian, and more. The default [more…]

How to Use AutoText in Word 2011 for Mac

Office 2011 for Mac’s AutoText feature is so simple, yet so powerful, you might wonder how you got along without it. Use AutoText to teach Word for Mac 2011 to remember text that you use often and don’t [more…]

How to Make a Table in Word 2011 for Mac

Microsoft realizes that tables are one of Word’s most-used features. Consequently, Word in Office 2011 for Mac lets you work with tables using a variety of different interface tools. You can make a table [more…]

Adjust Table Cells, Rows, and Columns in Word 2011 for Mac

Inserting tables and charts into your Word 2011for Mac documents help portray your information in a more visual and aesthetic way. Of course, they also have the added virtue of making a good impression [more…]

Applying Table Styles in Word 2011 for Mac

Every aspect of a table's appearance can be formatted in Word in Office 2011 for Mac. You can apply styles that merge cells together to form bigger cells, unmerge them, change border colors, create cell [more…]

How to Modify a Table Style in Word 2011

In Office 2011 for Mac, you can apply table styles in Word that change the cells' sizes, colors, shading, and more. If you like a style but want to tweak it just a bit or even a lot, you'll be pleased [more…]

Create New Table Styles in Word 2011 for Mac

When using Word in Office 2011 for Mac, you can apply table styles to change the cells’ appearance. If you can’t find an existing one that meets your needs, you can create new table styles from within [more…]

How to Modify a Table in Word 2011

As you fill in a table in Office 2011 for Mac Word document, you may discover you need more rows or columns, or perhaps you will want to merge some cells to enhance the layout. When you click anywhere [more…]

Word 2011 for Mac: Navigating the Tables Properties Dialog Box

If you prefer working with dialogs in Office 2011 for Mac or if you’re interested in precisely formatting tables, columns, rows, and cells, nothing beats the options found in Word 2011’s Table Properties [more…]

How to Handle Tables from the Web in Word 2011 for Mac

When using Office 2011 for Mac, you'll soon find that Word 2011 can open Web pages that you saved from your Web browser. If a Web page contains an HTML [more…]

How to Work with Frames in Word 2011 for Mac

In Office 2011 for Mac, a frame is a container that surrounds objects, such as pictures and charts. You use a frame when your text or graphic contains comments, comment marks, or note reference marks so [more…]

Create a Table of Figures in Word 2011 for Mac

If your Word 2011 for Mac documents is full of figures, then create a table of figures as an at-a-glance summary of what and where they are. Whether the figures are tables, pictures, graphs, drawings, [more…]

Create a Table of Authorities in Word 2011 for Mac

Creating a Table of Authorities in Word in Office 2011 for Mac is a two-stage process. First, you mark selected text to be indexed; then Word uses the marked text to create the table. [more…]

How to Insert a Citation in Word 2011 for Mac

If you need to insert citations into a Word document, Office 2011 for Mac offers the Citation feature to help you. Citations describe the source of a quotation, passage, figure, or data, and they follow [more…]

How to Wrap Text Around Objects in Word 2011 for Mac

From pictures and graphs to SmartArt, you can easily add all sorts of objects to a Word document in Office 2011 for Mac. But after the object is inserted in your Word document, you’ll probably need to [more…]

Office 2011 for Mac: Navigate Word's Advanced Layout Dialog Box

To see all of Word 2011's text wrapping styles, first select an object in a document. Then, on the Office 2011 for Mac Ribbon’s Format tab, find the Arrange group and choose Wrap Text→More Layout Options [more…]

Position and Anchor an Object in Word 2011 for Mac

You can easily add all sorts of objects to a Word document in Office 2011 for Mac. Word 2011 gives you shortcuts to position an object in your document. Here's how to get at them: [more…]

Word 2011 for Mac: Linking Text Boxes in the Publishing Layout View

Text boxes work a little differently in Word 2011’s Publishing Layout view than in other Office 2011 for Mac views, where text boxes have tools to help you position them on a page. Switch to Publishing [more…]

How to Manage AutoText with Word in Office 2011 for Mac

You manage AutoText in Word 2011 for Mac by choosing Tools→AutoCorrect. Click the AutoText tab in the AutoCorrect preferences dialog. In the AutoCorrect preferences dialog, you can adjust settings for [more…]

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