Tag: Word 2010

Sorting Lists Alphabetically

Sometimes it can be useful to have your list in alphabetical order – maybe you have a list of names, places, etc. but you haven’t entered them in alphabetical order. No problem, Microsoft have thought of this, and Word makes it very easy to sort your list, and automatically re-number it if necessary. In the […]

Customising Bulleted Lists

The standard bullet for a list is a simple black dot, and is perfectly adequate for an understated list such as that you may use in a business document. However if you want to be a bit more creative there are a couple of ways to customise the appearance of your bullets. Put the insertion […]

Copy, Cut, and Paste Text

One of the most used features of Microsoft Word 2010 is the ability to easily copy or cut the text from one section of a document and then paste it into a different part of  the same, or even a different document. What is the difference between copying and cutting? As the name suggests, when you copy […]

Document Zooming In Word 2010

Most of the time when working with a Word document you will have the document displayed at 100% zoom as this provides the best compromise between seeing as much of your document as possible, and not having the text too small. However, there are quite a few occasions where you will want to alter that, […]

Word 2010 Compatibility Problems

With the introduction of Office 2007 Microsoft made some pretty extensive changes to the file formats used across the whole suite. If you have sent someone a document created with either the 2007 or 2010 versions of Word and they say they can’t open them then they are probably using an older version of Word […]