Microsoft Word

Microsoft Word is a popular document and word processing software that helps you create beautiful and engaging documents, certificates, cards, brochures, and more.

How to Quickly Add Filler Text in Word Documents

Lorem Ipsum refers to a dummy block of text that is often used in publishing and graphic design to fill gaps in the page before the actual words are put into the finished product. Learn how to generate Lorem ipsum inside a Word Document.

How to Save Paper When Printing Word Documents

When you are printing a document from Microsoft Word, the best way to save paper (and ink) is through narrowing the print margins and reducing the size of fonts used in the document.

Total Count of Words in your Document

This video explains how you can calculate the total number of words, characters or lines are in your document or part of the document.

Save your Word Documents as MP3

If you like to listen to Word Documents on your mobile phone or an iPod, check the Save as Daisy add-in available for Microsoft Word.

Default Print Margin in Word Documents and our Environment

A study indicates that decreasing this default print margin width in Word from 1.25 inches to 0.75 inch would result in average paper savings of 4.75 percent. And you just don't save on paper but also trees and money.

Quickly Save Clippings from Word Documents to the Desktop

In Microsoft Word and Microsoft Excel, you can drag and drop selected document text, drawing objects, and graphics to the Windows desktop. A desktop icon is created for the scrap file, along with a file located in the Windows\Desktop subfolder with an .shs extension.

How to Open and Read DOCX Files in Word 2003

If you a Word 2007 document with docx file extension and you want to open that file in Word 2003 or Word XP, here’s the trick: Download the Office compatibility pack that lets Word 2003 open and save files in Office Open XML docx format.