Replacing special characters
In addition to searching for and replacing text, you can search for and replace Word's special characters, such as paragraph and tab marks.
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.
Wildcard characters and operators refine the search in Microsoft Word. Simple combinations of the question mark and asterisk allow you to search various word forms. More advanced options like character ranges and min/max occurrences make it even more powerful.
Printing AutoText entries
To help you manage your AutoText (Building Blocks) entries, you can print the names and contents of AutoText (Building Blocks) entries attached to the current document.
Using nonbreaking and optional hyphens
Use the nonbreaking hyphen, non-breaking hyphen, or no-break hyphen to avoid breaking phrases or terms at the end of the line. With nonbreaking hyphens, the entire expression or term wraps to the next line instead of breaking. An optional hyphen has the opposite effect. It allows breaking words at the specified positions.
Using keyboard to move the cursor and scroll document
You can use the keyboard to move the insertion point and scroll document.
Navigating in a Table
There are several keyboard combinations that are useful when you work with a table:
Customizing revision marks
You can easily change the appearance of revision marks in your document. Track Changes dialog box gives you full control over the insertions, deletions, formatting, and other revision marks.
Reviewing comments from the specific reviewer
Sometimes you need to search for a comment or comments from specific reviewers.
View documents side by side
You can easily view two Word documents using View side by side feature. Synchronous scrolling makes it extremely convenient.