In Word 2010 & 2013 each new document is opened in a separate instance of Word, this really helps when you want to work on different documents side by side or on different monitors but when you want to close a document you will also close Word completely. To stop this from happening, try one…Details
In Word 2010 & 2013 you can pin documents to the Open screen so that they’re always available.
Page Breaks Page breaks are used to force any following text onto a new page. This is probably the most common and widely used type of break and can be inserted quickly in a couple of different ways. Click the mouse before the text that you want to move to the following page and either…Details
The default view when opening new documents in Word is Reading Mode. This changes the page to look like a standard book layout, all ribbons are hidden and pages can be changed by clicking the arrows on each page. If you prefer to use the standard Print Layout view, you can press Esc on your…Details
The Reading pane now provides options to Reply, Reply All or Forward emails.
Click an option to answer an email without having to open the email.
The Document Bundling feature in MatterSphere can be used to create one pdf file made up of a number of different documents stored against a Matter (the documents that you want to add to the bundle must all be saved on the Documents tab in MatterSphere). When choosing which documents to add to a bundle…Details
Have you ever made the mistake of sending out a document with revisions still present in them meaning that the changes are visible to anyone who turns on the option to display them. In Word 2010 you can add a security option that warns you whenever you try to save or print a document that…Details
Track changes in Word 2013 works in exactly the same way as it always has except that there is now another option for viewing any tracked changes. The new option is the default view for how tracked changes are viewed and is referred to as Simple Markup. If any changes are tracked in a document a…Details
The Navigation pane can be used to quickly move or delete sections in a document. The Navigation can be displayed by ticking Navigation Pane on the View ribbon. The Navigation Pane is displayed on the left hand side of the screen and will show all the heading styles used in the document. To move the…Details
A new feature in Word 2010 allows you to quickly insert a screenshot of an available window (the active ones on your desktop). Click the Insert menu and click Screenshot. All Available windows will be displayed. Click the Window that you want to insert. If you have a web page open you will be able to…Details