Category: MS Word

If you create Microsoft Word 2003 documents using a variety of unique fonts, though the document may look great on your computer, it may not look so good on another computer that doesn’t have the same fonts installed. Instead of sending…

Have you ever had two somewhat similar documents that you need to compare and merge the differences? Luckily, Microsoft Word 2003 comes built-in with a document comparison tool where you can view two documents side-by-side. 1. Open both documents in…

With the end of the calendar year rapidly approaching, you soon will begin scheduling appointments for next year. What better way to stay organized then writing your appointments on a calendar you created using Microsoft Word 2003. 1. Click on…

Columns can be used for a variety of document types, such as a tri-fold brochure. To do this, go to Format > Columns. From the Columns menu (Figure 5), you can choose the number of columns, set column width and…

To format your paragraph, first highlight the paragraph you wish to format. To highlight more than one paragraph, click at the beginning of the paragraph and drag the mouse over the text. To apply changes to the entire document, go…

The default page margin for Microsoft Word documents is 1.25 inches, not the 1 inch normally required by instructors. Therefore, it is necessary to change the page margins of your document. To do this, go to Format > Document. A…

One characteristic of longer documents is that they are likely to need headers and footers that provide identifying information about the file. A header might include, for example, the name of the document (or a shortened version of the name),…

You can change the look and feel of your document by changing the font size and the font type. You can highlight a particular section or heading by changing the font color and font style. To change the font properties…

You can set customized margins for the entire page or a selected box of text in word 2003.To set the Top, Bottom, Left and Right margins for your page, click on FILE and select PAGE SETUP. A dialog box appears…

You can add a border to any or all sides of each page in a document, to pages in a section (section: A portion of a document in which you set certain page formatting options.), to the first page only,…