For some charts or diagrams, you need to create a regular polygon – equiangular
(all angles are equal) or equilateral (all sides have the same length).
E.g., equilateral triangle, regular square, etc.
Often when you paste a formatted text to your document Word, it can be pasted with two or more
paragraph symbols in every line. You can easily remove these paragraph symbols.
When you work with complex document such as project documentation, book or diploma, you need to
insert several pages that should be excluded from the total number of document pages. For example,
if you have one document of 27 pages where 4 first pages with recommendations should be excluded
from the total number of pages:
There are many professionals who need to know statistics numbers for a page or just some selected
block in the Word document, such as the number of characters, words, sentences, etc.
Word automatically counts the number of words in a document while you type. Word also counts pages,
paragraphs, lines, and characters. To see these numbers, do one of the following:
When you type numbers or some special symbols (see examples below) in your document,
Word automatically creates numbered or bulleted lists. Sometimes you spend a lot of time to remove
automatic changes in your document. However, you can easily stop creation of bulleted or numbered
lists in your document.
When you create a text box in your document Word, any text you type appears has the default font that can be
different from version to version...
Every time you add, move or resize shapes (e.g., flowchart shapes), and very soon, it becomes tedious to
align them. Fortunately, Microsoft Word proposes Gridlines that can help to organize shapes and other
objects in your document.
When you create the process flow chart, process map, business flow diagram, or data flow diagrams and UML
activity diagrams, you often need to add some text or labels to the connectors. Unlike many other free and
commercial diagram drawing packages, Microsoft Office shapes provide extremely rich text formatting
Most process flow diagrams and workflow charts use elbow connectors for connecting process stages and
elements, but too many connecting lines of the same type give your chart a messy look. Fortunately, you can
combine different connector types that represent semantically different transitions.