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You can find many suggestions about how to convert Html to PDF files on Google. However, it is really confusing to choose a right tool to do this...


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MS Word - Formatting

http://www.anypdftools.com/blog/2009/05/12/how-to-convert-your-pdf-file-to-word-document-free-online.html

http://www.anypdftools.com/blog/2009/05/12/how-to-convert-your-pdf-file-to-word-document-free-online.html

As we all know that word processor is good to edit the content and easy to correct the mistakes, so convert PDF to word for edit is the first...


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MS Word - Formatting

Microsoft Word Help and Tips

Microsoft Word Help and Tips

Help and tips for Microsoft Word 2003, XP, and 2000, including downloading security updates, tweaking the menus, password protecting documents,...


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MS Word - Introduction to MS Word

The Word Toolbars

The Word Toolbars

When you open Word, the menubar, standard toolbar, and the formatting toolbar are automatically displayed beneath the program’s blue title bar.


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MS Word - Introduction to MS Word

File Commands

File Commands

The following buttons are the first set on the toolbar and control file commands such as saving and searching for files.


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MS Word - Introduction to MS Word

Styles Commands

Styles Commands

The first set of buttons on the formatting toolbar control the font and styles. For someone starting out in word, styles might be somewhat...


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MS Word - Introduction to MS Word

The Task Pane

The Task Pane

The task pane is a feature Microsoft introduced to Word and some of the other Office components within the past few years; if you are working with...


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MS Word - Introduction to MS Word

The Status Bar

The Status Bar

At the very bottom of the Word window is the status bar.


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MS Word - Introduction to MS Word

Splitting the Document Area

Splitting the Document Area

Sometimes you want to be able to view two different parts of your document simultaneously. It is particularly helpful to view different sections...


Views: 392 | Rating star | by Stephen
MS Word - Introduction to MS Word

Frequently Used Shortcut Keys

Frequently Used Shortcut Keys

You can activate a command in Word by using shortcut keys, also called hot keys. A shortcut key is generally the Ctrl key and a letter, although...


Views: 384 | Rating star | by Steve
MS Word - Introduction to MS Word

Basic Shortcut Keys for Navigating Through Documents

Basic Shortcut Keys for Navigating Through Documents

There is no doubt that the mouse and the GUI (Graphical User Interface) revolutionized computers, making computing a more intuitive, user friendly...


Views: 448 | Rating star | by Sarah
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Using the Versions Feature in Word

Using the Versions Feature in Word

Word’s Save As… feature is a great way to save multiple versions of the same file. You can easily preserve earlier versions of your document if...


Views: 409 | Rating star | by Daniel
MS Word - Introduction to MS Word

Changing the Margins in Word

Changing the Margins in Word

The standard margins for a Word document are 1 inch at the top and bottom of the page and 1 ¼ inch from the left and right hand sides of the page;...


Views: 405 | Rating star | by David
MS Word - Formatting

Changing the Page Orientation

Changing the Page Orientation

The default page orientation in Word is Portrait mode, and most of the time this is how you are going to want to set up your documents. Simply put,...


Views: 410 | Rating star | by Mathew
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 Changing the Paper Size in Word

Changing the Paper Size in Word

For US versions of Microsoft Word, the default paper size is 8.5 X 11 inch letter. While you will probably print most of your letters, reports, and...


Views: 423 | Rating star | by Simon
MS Word - Formatting

Creating a Custom Dictionary

Creating a Custom Dictionary

While Microsoft includes an extensive dictionary with Word, you will still encounter words that are not included in it.


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MS Word - Introduction to MS Word

Including Headers and Footers in Your Document

Including Headers and Footers in Your Document

Oftentimes it is necessary to put vital information about your document either at the top of the page, at the bottom of the page, or a combination...


Views: 395 | Rating star | by John
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Using the Letter Wizard to Insert Outlook Contact Information

Using the Letter Wizard to Insert Outlook Contact Information

The interoperability of Microsoft Word and Outlook can save you from having to look up addresses for letter recipients and then type them into your...


Views: 425 | Rating star | by Steve
MS Word - Formatting

Adding a Text Watermark

Adding a Text Watermark

A watermark can be a valuable addition to your Word document – whether you want to enhance the appearance of the document by adding a seal or...


Views: 408 | Rating star | by Brad
MS Word - Formatting

Saving Word Settings and Customizations

Saving Word Settings and Customizations

If you have made a lot of customizations to Word, it is a good idea to back your settings up periodically.


Views: 396 | Rating star | by Jason
MS Word - Introduction to MS Word