How to create a table of contents in Microsoft Word

When you’re editing a long document in Microsoft Word, you’ll probably have to create a table of contents. That might sound like a chore, but fortunately, you can do it in just a few clicks. Then, if you change the document, Word can update the table of content instantly. Best of

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All-time favorite tip for Microsoft Word

My latest video course was just released by Total Training: Microsoft Office 2013 Getting Up to Speed. The course covers the new features common to all applications, and the new features specifically for Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook and OneNote. As a way of celebrating, here is my all-time favorite tip

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Office 2013 is now available

It’s official: Microsoft Office 2013 is now available to the public. (It was made available to corporate customers a month ago.) Is it something you need? Office has been around for so many years and so many versions, what features were left for Microsoft to add? For the most part,

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Blogging from Word 2013

Word 2013 lets you take your document and turn it into a blog post. It works with major blogging platforms, including WordPress, which is what this blog uses. This feature was introduced in Word 2010, and the two versions have it in different sections of Backstage view (a/k/a File tab).

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How to create running headers in Word 2010

What are running headers? Think of the top of a phone book, dictionary or encyclopedia (the types printed on paper). The headers show what content is on the page, like “Smith – Smythe”. This is often used in legal documents and catalogs, and is anything but straightforward to do. Download

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