If you're writing a document you want to fit on a single page, but changing the text size would make it too hard to read, try adjusting the margins to see if that will do the trick. (The margin are the blank space around the edges of the text and images on a page.)
Watch these helpful video tutorials to learn how to adjust margins, depending on the version of Microsoft Word that you use:
The quick access toolbar in Word contains the commands you're likely to use often. But what if the ones you use most often aren't there? Watch this short video below to see how easy it is to customize Word's quick access toolbar so it works best for you:
If you're printing more than one copy of a multiple-page Word document, set it so they'll print out collated to save yourself to work of doing it manually. The trick is remembering to click one little box...
Put the Office 2007 commands and buttons you use most often within easy reach — put them on the Quick Access Toolbar. This toolbar above the Ribbon contains buttons by default, but you can add the commands you use the most.
Basic Excel tip: if you're looking at an Excel spreadsheet and instead of seeing numbers you're only seeing ######, it usually means the number is wider than the column . All you need to do is increase the column width in order to see the number instead.
To fix it...
1. Position your mouse pointer on the right boundary of a column heading until it turns into a double-sided arrow.
Lots of people know you can email a Word document or Excel spreadsheet by attaching it to an email message in Outlook, but not everyone knows you can do this right from the document itself. Here's how: