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In Microsoft Word, you can convert a table into text, and vice versa. In this video, you'll learn how to change names and addresses in a table into a list separated by commas.
When the default line spacing in documents changed from single spacing in Word 2003 to a slightly roomier 1.15 spacing in Word 2007 and Word 2010, customers asked the inevitable: Why did the default line spacing change? And how do I change it back?
The short answer is that the default line spacing changed in Word 2007 to make online documents more readable. If you want to change the default line spacing in Word 2007 or Word 2010, or learn how to set the line spacing in a single document, here are the best resources we've found for step-by-step instructions.
Conditional formatting is a popular feature and is a great way to easily identify cells with a range that meet some criteria. However, users often want to create conditional formatting rules that go beyond comparing a cell’s value to a single value or a single cell reference - row or column comparisons are commonly requested operations. In this blog post, we will learn how to use relative references in conditional formatting rules to make such tasks easier.
If your document is just a little bit longer than one page, how can you shrink it to fit?
We've seen customer questions asking where this feature is in Word 2010.
Answer: It's in the command well. And you can pluck it from there and add it to the ribbon.
The transitions that organizations and people are making to the cloud enable many new opportunities for sharing with others. We believe that the best way to leverage the cloud is to connect the best-of-breed applications to feature-rich services. We do not believe that a one-size-fits-all browser based solution is suitable to meet the needs of both work and personal computing because it misses so many opportunities to leverage the power of rich applications. We know that people work online and offline - internet connectivity should never be a barrier to productivity. These beliefs underlie our work in connecting Office to the cloud and shape our philosophy for the entire release.
In this post, we'd like to talk about how we've taken Office and connected it more naturally to the cloud. Let us know what you think about these new capabilities and please give us feedback about what you'd like to hear more about in the coming posts.