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How to Show Formatting Marks by Default in Word 2013

There is a lot more formatting in a Microsoft Word document than what is typically shown on the screen. Aside from changes to fonts or text colors, your document in Word 2013 also includes formatting that indicates where tabs have been inserted, where new paragraphs begin, and much more. But these formatting marks are hidden… Continue Reading How to Show Formatting Marks by Default in Word 2013

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How to Change the Default Paste Options in Word 2010

Formatting is one of the biggest problems faced by many Microsoft Word users, as many different companies and institutions have their own preferred styles. So when you are working on a document for school or work and you are copying and pasting information to that document from other sources, then you may find that the… Continue Reading How to Change the Default Paste Options in Word 2010

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Change Where Microsoft Word 2010 Saves Your Documents

Windows 7 and Microsoft Office programs, such as Microsoft Word, have default settings that correspond to where they think you should be saving files. These default settings actually make a lot of sense, as there are different folders for types of media that you might create, and they have extraordinarily simple names to remember, such… Continue Reading Change Where Microsoft Word 2010 Saves Your Documents