Adding a custom font to Microsoft Office

Most applications that you use for day to day business come with a vast array of fonts already installed, however, now and again you...

How to change the shape of autoshapes and images in Microsoft...

When working with designs or documents in Microsoft Word, sometimes the default settings don't quite fit your needs. Although as Virtual Assistants we are...

Reusable document templates in Word

If you have a document that you need to reuse and to edit, then it's usually a good idea to create that document as...

Creating bespoke bullet points in a Word document

The built in settings for formatting documents are more than adequate and give you lots of variety, but every now and again, there's a...

Changing the colour, font or style of hyperlinks

In most documents, both on and offline, the default styling of hyperlinks (the clickable words that take you to a web page or document)...

Making a page landscape in a portrait Word document

When formatting a guide, report or e-book, perhaps if you have a formatted table, or some images, then sometimes the content would look much...

Extracting images from a Word document the quick & easy way

Images can be added into Microsoft Word quite easily, and it's not uncommon for customers, especially those with less technical know-how to send me...

Increase your efficiency with a customised toolbar in Microsoft Office

The quick access toolbar is an incredibly useful feature that in my mind is often overlooked. If you regularly use Microsoft office, and particularly if...

Changing the style of footnotes and endnotes to match specifications

In a previous article, we talked about uses for footnotes and endnotes and how to insert them into a document. One of the drawbacks...

How to use Footnotes and Endnotes correctly in Microsoft Word

Footnotes and Endnotes in Microsoft Word allow you to reference additional information or credit external sources in a document. You will have seen them...

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