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Creating an Index of a Word 2007 Document

If you want to create an index for your Word 2007 document, the first task is to mark the words or phrases you want to include in the index. The most common way to do that is to insert an index marker [more…]

How to Show Nonprinting Characters in Word 2007

Seeing nonprinting characters in Word 2007 documents can be a great help when formatting text; creating tables; and editing documents, newsletters, and brochures. Nonprinting characters include spaces, [more…]

Editing in Word 2007: Track Changes and Review

Writing is a lonely art . . . that is, until editors show up. They'll make revisions by adding to your carefully written work, moving stuff around, and deleting text [more…]

Adding Footnotes and Endnotes in Word 2007

Word 2007 makes it easy to add footnotes and endnotes when you're creating documents in which you want to credit the original sources of information. [more…]

Adding an Excel Chart to a Word 2007 Document

When you insert a chart in Word, Excel is automatically started, and the data that you chart is placed in an Excel workbook. However, that Excel workbook isn?t stored as a separate document. Instead, the [more…]

How to Use Outline View in Word 2007

You can use Outline view in Word 2007 to organize your thoughts. Outline view can help you create a simple list of items or it can create a hierarchical list with topics and subtopics. An outline in Word [more…]

How to Accept or Reject Changes in Word 2007 Documents

After the editing and rewriting process is complete, remove tracked changes in Word 2007 to make your document clean and final. You can accept or reject a suggested change, leaving the text pristine and [more…]

How to Protect Your Word 2007 Document

In Word 2007, you can protect your documents from being modified, or changed, by others. The easiest way to protect your document is to use the Protect Document command button. [more…]

How to Add Clip Art to a Word 2007 Document

The Clip Art library is a collection of images, both line art and pictures, that you’re free to use in your Word 2007 documents. In most cases, the result of adding clip art is the same as adding a picture [more…]

Using More of the Find Command in Word 2007

On a simple level, the Find command in Word 2007 hunts down chunks and chunklettes of text. The Find command, however, is far more powerful than that. You can use the Find command to find text [more…]

How to Modify a Style in Word 2007

When you modify a style in your Word 2007 document, all text formatted with that style is updated with your changes. Here’s how to get going with modifications. [more…]

How to Crop and Rotate a Picture in Word 2007

After you add a picture or clip art in Word 2007, you might find that you have a burning need to change it. Fortunately, you can crop (that is, cut off part of) and rotate images. [more…]

How to Track Changes in Word 2007

Writers and editors can collaborate behind the scenes in Word 2007 with the Track Changes feature. You can track who added what to or who deleted what from a document, and when. Each reviewer is assigned [more…]

How to Copy and Paste Text in Word 2007

When you copy some text in Word 2007, you can perform certain actions that affect only that block of text. You can then paste the block elsewhere in Word 2007 — in the same document or another one you’re [more…]

How to Attach a New Template to a Word 2007 Document

All Word 2007 documents have templates attached to them. Choose the template when the document is first created or you just create a new document, in which case the NORMAL.DOTM template is used. You can [more…]

How to Resize a Picture in Word 2007

After you insert a graphic (whether it’s a picture, clip art, or an AutoShape) in Word 2007, you probably want to resize it to your liking. Resizing an image is a cinch. [more…]

How to Use Print Layout and Draft View in Word 2007

You can use the Print Layout and Draft (normal) views in Word 2007 to work in your documents. The words you write appear in the center part of the program window. That pallid vista is the equivalent of [more…]

How to Insert a Blank Page in Word 2007

In Word 2007, you can insert a blank page into the middle of a document. The Blank Page command lets you manually insert a blank sheet of paper even though Word 2007 automatically adds new pages as you [more…]

How to Use the Document Map in Word 2007

Document Map feature in Word 2007 enables you to see a quick overview of a document’s structure, especially if you use the Word heading styles. [more…]

How to Hide Comments in a Word 2007 Document

Writers and editors can communicate behind the scenes in Word 2007 with the Comment feature. Some people prefer not to see embedded comments displayed in the Comment markup window. You can easily hide [more…]

How to Check Grammar in Word 2007

In addition to checking for correct spelling, Word 2007 enables you to proof your documents to catch errors in grammar. You can review Word’s grammar suggestions as you scroll through the document, or [more…]

How to Use the Thesaurus in Word 2007

The built-in Word 2007 Thesaurus enables to look up synonyms, antonyms, word substitutes, and alternative spellings. Word can help you increase your writing abilities and vocabulary when you use this Microsoft [more…]

Types of Styles in Word 2007

There are five different types of styles in Word 2007 — paragraph, character, linked, table, and list — and each of them serves a different purpose. [more…]

How to Check Spelling in Word 2007

Word 2007 offers a spell checker that runs when you start typing. Word 2007 checks words against its built-in dictionary, which you can customize. You can set Word to point out a misspelling or to autocorrect [more…]

How to Modify an Existing Template in Word 2007

You can modify a Word 2007 template in two ways: You can either make changes directly in the template, or you can modify it indirectly by making changes to a document that is based on the template. The [more…]

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