Microsoft Word Tricks That Are Useful For Completing Your Tasks

Microsoft Word Tricks That Are Useful For Completing Your Tasks 

– Who doesn’t know Microsoft Word? One of the word processing applications made by Microsoft is useful for typing assignments, theses, or anything else. Friend, of course, you already know Microsoft Word everyday.

Microsoft Word or Microsoft Office Word or also Word is Microsoft’s mainstay word processing software. There are also many versions of Microsoft Word, but those that are often used by most people are the Microsoft Word 2003 version, Microsoft Word 2007, Microsoft Word 2010, and Microsoft Word 2013. However, the average person who uses Microsoft Office is the 2007 and 2010 versions. .

Well, for friends who are working on a task, especially for college students who are working on a thesis, you must know some of the tricks below code found in Microsoft Word to facilitate your work. What are they?

1. Find and Replace

This first trick is of course already very familiar which functions to find all the wrong words and correct them quickly and automatically. Only by using the Find and Replace menu, you don’t need to replace the words one by one. Of course it will take a long time and get tired, especially the many pages.

Just push Ctrl + H , then the Find and Replace display will appear. Enter the word you want to correct in the available column. Select Find Next  to see the word, Replace to change the word, and Replace All to change all words.

2. Scrolling

When working on a long task, there are shortcuts so that you don’t have to scrolling. Just use the Shift + F5 shortcut , so you can jump between the most active parts of your assignment.

3. Hyperlink

If you want to add a hyperlink to a particular text, ignore it first to put a reference hyperlink with Insert> Hyperlink . Use a faster method, using the Ctrl + K shortcut .

4. Letter of Capita 

To change the text to capital letters / large, not always have to use Caps Lock . Just use Ctrl + Shift + A . 

These shortcuts will automatically change the text that is blocked into capital letters / large. On the other hand the shortcut can be used otherwise, which is to change capital letters to small.

5. Portrait and Landscape on one page

First determine the page or paragraph that you want to set to Portrait or Landscape. Then click Page Layout> Page Setup> Margins> Custom Margins , then select Portrait or Landscape . In the Apply to option , select Selected Text .

This method can also be done by clicking Page Layout> Section Breaks . In addition to page orientation, these two methods can also be used for setting the page number of a thesis or book document.

6. Make Different Formats Automatically

Usually, there is a certain format when writing a thesis that is required by the lecturer or faculty. But, it must be difficult if you have to make the same format continuously per chapter and made manually.

Do not worry! From now on, you can make the template. Click Home , in the Styles section,  click the down arrow to create your own template or search for New Style . From paragraphs, indent, flatten left and right, until all fonts can be set right away.

7. Set the “Paste” option to make it easier when writing URL references and does not automatically make it a Hyperlink

The Paste command turns out to be manageable, you know! So, you don’t need to be bothered when copy paste the URL into the task and can adjust the format according to taste. Click the Office logo button (top left) > Word Options> Advanced .

If so, you should be able to see the Cut, Copy, Paste option. Just set it as you wish.

8. “Full Justification Formatting”, so that the task or thesis looks neat, formal, and professional

To make the left and right flat really perfect, professional, and formal, click the Office logo > Word Options> Advanced> Layout Options . Then start arranging it from here.

9. Cut Paste Many Items

Yummy if you can choose a few random paragraphs from a number of documents, then paste in one file at a time? Apparently this is a way, it’s called SPIKE .

Block the word you want to cut and press Ctrl + F3 . Block the other parts in the same way. If you want to restore or Undo the last Spike, just press Ctrl + Z .

If it’s enough, paste it with Ctrl + Shift + F3 . Everything Cut will appear neat in the new file.

10. Overcome loss or damage to documents

Click File> Open  or you can use the Ctrl + O shortcut , then select the damaged file and select the command Recover Text from Any File  in the list of file types (bottom right).

Well, that was some shortcut tools to make it easier to make assignments or theses so that it doesn’t take much time when looking for so many menus in Microsoft Word. How easy is that? May be useful!

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