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TAKE A SCREENSHOT IN MS WORD 2013

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This article explains you how to capture and paste screenshot in MS Word 2013 document without using any other application. The screenshot are taken from the opened windows in your computer. You can select a portion of the screen and move it freely around the document or make fix position.

01 - blank document

USING POSITIONAL ARGUMENTS IN MS WORD 2013

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The positional arguments in MS Word helps you to refer to the specific cell range according to the position of the current i.e. selected cell. The applied positional argument determines the direction of the cell’s ranging. The entered positional arguments always calculate the range beginning with the cells that are adjacent to the current cell. You can combine two positional arguments to calculate the cells that are in the same row and column with the current cell.

01 - formula dialogue box

When typing the formula in Formula textbox, you may enter different positional arguments depending on the cells that you want to be calculated. There are four positional arguments:

  • ABOVE
  • BELOW
  • LEFT
  • RIGHT

INSERTING AND UPDATING FORMULAS IN A MS WORD TABLE

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This article is about using and updating the mathematical formulas in a MS Word Table to literally calculate the values from the cells in the table. The principle of using the formulas is the same as the using the formulas in MS EXCEL. This provides you the possibility to calculate the values within the cells without using third party calculator or some other application. You can target as many cells as you want, and you can select the cell where you will insert the formula. Of course, you can have multiple formula cells.

01 - inserting table

First you need to create a table with numeric data in the cells. To create a table, click the Table icon from the Insert tab and drag the mouse cursor to select an area from the appeared menu with 4 columns and 7 rows i.e. 4×7 Table.

25 TIPS FOR MICROSOFT WORD – PART 2

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This article is Part 2 of  the Top 25 Basic Level Tips for using Microsoft Word. For almost every tip there is an adequate screenshot to make the visual perception of the user’s task more precise. It’s interesting that some of the basic tips are the same for Microsoft Word and Microsoft Excel. Although this represents a sort of tutorial that is on a basic level, it gives solution to some very frequently asked questions by the novice users. Presents step by step solutions to procedures like: Opening and saving files, undo and redo actions, text formatting, shortcut keys to some actions. Some of the more complicated actions explained are creating tables, adding and deleting rows and columns, selecting multiple objects and other. The Content is divided in two parts. The first part is for Microsoft Word and the second for Microsoft Excel.

The counting for the 25 best tips for Microsoft Word continues here:

16. To insert a table:

  • Choose the Insert Menu (Tab),
  • Click on Table,
  • Click on Insert Table…

25 TOP TIPS FOR MICROSOFT WORD – PART 1

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This article covers the Top 25 Basic Level Tips for using Microsoft Word. For almost every tip there is an adequate screenshot to make the visual perception of the user’s task more precise. It’s interesting that some of the basic tips are the same for Microsoft Word and Microsoft Excel. Although this represents a sort of tutorial that is on a basic level, it gives solution to some very frequently asked questions by the novice users. Presents step by step solutions to procedures like: Opening and saving files, undo and redo actions, text formatting, shortcut keys to some actions. Some of the more complicated actions explained are creating tables, adding and deleting rows and columns, selecting multiple objects and other. The Content is divided in two parts. The first part is for Microsoft Word and the second for Microsoft Excel.

1. Once the Microsoft Word program is opened, you can choose which Microsoft Word file (.doc or .docx extension) should be loaded into the Microsoft Word worksheet. First, click the Office Button in the top left corner of the Word window.