Duplicate table column headings across pages
If you have built a long table that extends across two or more pages, you can create a table heading from the text appearing in the first row of the table, and Word will automatically repeat that row at the top of each page.
How to create a citation
Either you do your scientific research work at school or college, or write an article to the reputable magazine you need to reference sources of your information. Word 2003 provides you automatic tools for inserting citations.
Create a Bibliography, References, or Work Cited
If you use citations in your Word documents, you might need the bibliographic specs for each source that you have referenced.
How to use paragraph borders and shading
You can use paragraph borders, but removing these borders isn't easy for somebody. This tip is how to insert and remove paragraph borders and shading.
How to add a drop cap
Drop cap is short for dropped initial capital letter. Typically a drop cap is an oversized, single capital letter designed to stick up above a line of text or to stand out in a block of text.
A perfect text alignment using tabs
One of the most common word-processing mistakes is using spaces to align text. Using tabs ensures that your text is aligned perfectly and makes it much easier to modify settings.
Review the text formatting quickly using the Reveal Formatting task pane
This feature allows you to review quickly the font and paragraph formatting (and section formatting) used in your text.
Using Research pane: thesaurus, dictionary and translation tools
With Research pane you can: find synonyms (a word that means essentially the same thing as the word it replaces) and antonyms (a word that means the opposite of the selected word), while Word's thesaurus primarily finds synonyms; search words in public dictionaries (e.g., Encarta World Dictionary); translate words and texts.
Use hyperlink without holding Ctrl
By default, hyperlinks are used with pressing or holding Ctrl. But you can turn off this function.
How to enter a hyperlink containing a space into a Word document
When you typing a document, Microsoft Word recognizes certain values, such as Web and UNC addresses (a network resource), and automatically makes them hyperlinks. However, after you enter a space, Word stops creating the hyperlink because it has no way of knowing whether you've finished the address and are now typing another word or whether the address contains spaces.