Actually, you can. Right-click on the image and select Save as picture... I tried it with two different image formats, jpg and png, and then inserted the saved images into a separate document. In both cases, Word recognized the image type when it was saving them. ...read more
Probably the easiest way to do this in versions of Word later than 2007 is to create a table with one cell and fit the image into the table. Check the size of the image on the Picture Tools Format tab. Click on the image, and then on the Insert tab, select Table and...read more
You can use something called a Style Separator, which is a special form of a hidden paragraph mark. According to Microsoft, this is what the Style Separator is used for: The style separator is a newly introduced feature since Word 2002 and Word 2003. Style separator...read more
Sure, you can do this for a style. I'll set up the style with the name 'Code' by defining a quick style here. After selecting the text and right-clicking, choose Styles and Save Selection as a New Quick Style.... When the Create New Style from Formatting box...read more
To convert a table to text, select the table and on the Table Layout tab on the ribbon click on Convert to Text. Depending on how your table is set up, choose how to separate the text. Because this table information is in columns, the option for Tabs is selected....read more
In the following example, there are several commas that are missing spaces before the next word. You can do a Find and Replace to fix this. Copy the following wildcard string and paste it into the Find What section. (,)([! ]) Copy the following string and paste it...read more
If you want to link to another spot in your document, make sure that you set it up correctly. In this example, I’ve got three bullets that I want to link to sections further in my document. I’ll go to the first section that I want to jump to and create a bookmark....read more
How do you type text after pasting a picture in Microsoft Word? It lets you type text before the picture, but you cannot click below the picture to type text.
Don’t forget that you have to create a new paragraph after you insert the image. If I add an image and click underneath, I may not be able to enter text right away. Once you press Enter and create a new paragraph, you can start adding text. So just create a paragraph...read more
When I make a numbered list in Microsoft Word is it possible to highlight a specific number without highlighting the words?
It helps if you can see the non-printing characters. To make them display, click on the Paragraph Symbol mark in the Paragraph section of the Home tab. You can select that paragraph symbol with the mouse. At that point you can click on Bold and also another color if...read more
Click on the Insert menu and select Chart. Select the Chart type you want. In this example, the type is Pie in 3D. Click OK. An sample Excel worksheet opens with sample data. How much data depends on what type of chart you chose. Start replacing the sample labels and...read more