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This week's word of the week is landscape--as in landscape orientation (where the pages are the wide way, if that make sense).
You can set up your whole document for landscape orientation. Or, you can set up most of your document as portrait (the up and down way), and include one landscape section for a wide table or chart.
You won't find an undo command to return your document to a single-column format in Word 2010.
But you can undo multiple columns in a document by clicking the Page Layout tab, clicking Columns, and then clicking One to reformat your entire document as one column.
Do you have Word tips or tricks to share? Send them our way.
--Leslie H. Cole
Last Monday, we announced the Office Customer Preview - now that the Preview is publically available, Tristan Davis, Senior Lead Program Manager, kicks off a series of Word 2013-focused posts, giving you an introduction to the new release, as well as the underlying philosophy that drove the investments the team made.
Tomorrow is the Ides of March. In a couple weeks, April Fools' Day, and then May Day. So many days to plan and dates to keep track of--and we have some wonderful new Word calendar templates to help you do just that.
We’ve all received PDF files with content that we wanted to reuse. This means that most of us have been disappointed by the difficulty of getting good content out of a PDF. For example, if you try to copy and paste table rows from a PDF viewer into Word, you frequently end up with a collapsed single line of text. Most existing PDF viewers, in essence, limit people who use PDF’s to a “look but don’t touch” experience. PDF Reflow, a new feature in the upcoming release of Word, changes the landscape by letting you convert PDFs into editable Word documents.
You can add or delete rows or columns in a table by using the commands in the Rows & Columns group on the ribbon. (The Rows & Columns group is on the Table Tools Layout tab, which appears when you click in the table.)
You can also add or delete a table row or column by clicking the row or column, right-clicking, and then clicking an Insert or Delete command on the shortcut menu.
This video takes a quick look at each option: