Microsoft Word (like Microsoft Excel and Microsoft PowerPoint) proposes tools to create and update organizational charts, but only for the hierarchical organizations (a hierarchical organization is an organizational structure where every entity in the organization, except the root, is a subordinate to a single other entity).
Sometimes you need to reassign some positions in the organizational chart from one place to another. Word isn’t a really convenient application for organizational charts as Excel, but you have some possibilities to do that.
Many useful features in Word (like in Excel and other Microsoft Office applications) disappear from version to version, from patch to patch... The function Convert to Shapes also disappeared.
When you work with some specific task or project, will be great to create a custom dictionary to save exceptional words such as project or task names, terms, abbreviations, names of participates, etc.
When you work with documents, that contain specific words (character sequences), or if you need to switch from one project or task to another, you can want to create a custom dictionary for some tasks, projects, or only for personal use.
When you work with the Word document, you can add some words to the custom dictionary to avoid spelling errors. It is natural to add a word to the dictionary by mistake. So, you can want to remove some word from the dictionary.
A lot of documents contain words (character sequences) that are specific for the company, professional area, even for the project, such as a company name, the project name, specific abbreviations, terms, etc., also first, second and other names of the author or contact persons.
When you work with article, thesis, report and other documents, you may need to create a multi-source citation instead of simply joining several citations:
For some standards it is necessary to add to the equation the vertical bar with integration limits. Microsoft Word doesn’t propose the simple way how to add it.