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Maybe you love color-coding. I know I do. But the Word shading colors that are available in the Highlight command can be limiting. You can run out of colors quickly, because there aren't very many.
But there's a way to color-code your document with all the colors shown here...
It's hard to believe that it's 2012 already! Now it's time for this year's calendar to keep track of dates and plan your days. We have some wonderful new Word calendars to help you do just that. All of these calendars take advantage of familiar Word 2010 features to let you design your own calendar. For example, you can Use themes and change colors to give the calendar's border a different look.
Grouping objects in Word can be tricky if you don't know the rules. The catch is that all of the objects you are grouping must be floating objects. Some objects are inserted as inline objects by default in Word and others as floating objects.
Thankfully, it's a pretty simple matter to convert each object to a floating object, and then group them.
A common customer request is to create a copyright watermark for a photograph you want to share. We'll create the watermark with WordArt, place it on the photo, and then group the watermark and the photo so they are a single object.
In Word 2010, you can arrange the ribbon the way you want.
create new tabs and put the commands you use most often on them.
move the tabs where you want.
Really, you get to design the Word ribbon
to match your own flow when you're working on documents.
The Word 2010 gallery makes adding a basic table of contents quick: Click the References tab, click Table of Contents, and then click the gallery table of contents you want.
But what if you want more? What if your table of contents needs to provide different information--more levels, or fewer levels? What if you want a table of contents at the beginning of each chapter? What if you want to change the font?
Here are some of the ways you can customize your table of contents.
If you add all your bibliography sources when you're writing a paper in Microsoft Word, can you export them and move them to another computer?
This question came up recently, and here's how it works...