How to Put a Dividing Line Between Columns in Word for Office 365

There are a lot of different ways that you will reformat a document based on what you are creating. We have previously written about adding columns in Word, which is important for people that are writing articles or generating newsletters. But the design of your document might dictate that the columns aren’t enough, and that … Read more

How to Add a Column in Word for Office 365

Many of the documents created in Microsoft Word are perfectly fine using the default formatting and layout settings you get with any document that uses the Normal template. Whether it’s a paper you are writing for school or a report for work (or a collaboration with others where you may need to hide the comments … Read more

How to Display the Ruler in Word for Office 365

Sometimes when you’re working with a document in Microsoft Word, the physical size of some of the elements on your page can be important. This can be difficult to determine on the screen, as what you see on your computer usually doesn’t reflect the actual size when it’s printed. One way to solve this is … Read more

How to Hide Comments When Printing in Word

The ability to comment on documents in Word not only gives you the option to make notes on documents that you are working on yourself, it also makes it easy for a group of people to collaborate on a document together. These comments are notated in the right column of the document, and are labeled … Read more

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How to Print Background Colors in Word 2013

Microsoft Word 2013 is a popular choice for creating text-based documents. There are a lot of types of documents you can create, and you can do a lot with those documents, such as collaborating via comments (and even hiding those comments when you print.) But it has a number of other uses, too. One of … Read more