Take a look at this video to familiarize yourself with the Anchor tool in Word and the function it serves.
The Enter key can mean several things based on context. It can produce a line feed and carriage return, or it can submit a form or text field. With Shift+Enter, you can often toggle between those two modes with ease. Here’s why—and how to use it.
If you’re putting together a Microsoft Office document and receive textual content in the form of an image file, you might panic, especially if you’re staring down a fast-approaching deadline.
Microsoft Excel is the premier spreadsheet software, but unless you know keyboard shortcuts and formulas, it can be cumbersome and tricky to get the most value out of this software solution.
No one likes email, but none of us can live without it. If you’ve found yourself struggling to manage incoming emails, I’ve found these three tips to be immensely useful.
Adding the Shift key into your paste shortcut strips all formatting from the original copied text. Use it with email templates, Word or where ever, whenever you need to cut and paste. It saves you the step of reformatting your documents, or risk sending a document or email that has inconsistent formatting.