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How to Create a Word Cloud in Microsoft PowerPoint

How to Create a Word Cloud in Microsoft PowerPoint

PowerPoint is a Microsoft Office software used to present data, edit photos, and create simple graphic images. Microsoft PowerPoint is often used in businesses and classrooms. Today, in this post we will show you how to create a Word Cloud in Microsoft PowerPoint....

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How to insert a Custom Cover Page in Microsoft Word

How to insert a Custom Cover Page in Microsoft Word

Cover pages are a terrific way to make your document have a great impression and a stylish look. In Microsoft Word, some features can assist you in designing a cover page. The cover page feature offers various built-in style templates that make it easier for...

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How to Use Microsoft Word for Free | WIRED

How to Use Microsoft Word for Free | WIRED

There's just one problem—you need to pay a one-time fee or a recurring subscription to use Microsoft Word as part of a Microsoft 365 subscription ... or do you? This online version of Word isn't as powerful or as versatile as the desktop software for Windows and...

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How to download Page Borders for Microsoft Word free

How to download Page Borders for Microsoft Word free

We recently spoke about how to add a color frame to photos using Word. The way we did, it was by using the options already available in the program. However, what is available might not be pleasing to all users, which is why it would make sense to download and add new...

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What is an ASD file and how to open it in Microsoft Word?

What is an ASD file and how to open it in Microsoft Word?

From time-to-time users of Microsoft Word will come face-to-face with a file extension called ASD. In many cases, folks are confused about what to do with such a file and how to open it. Well, we are here to say that it is easy to open this file, and were going to...

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Automate Microsoft Excel and Word Using Python – KDnuggets

Automate Microsoft Excel and Word Using Python – KDnuggets

Microsoft Excel and Word are without a shred of doubt the two most abundantly used software in the corporate and non-corporate world. They are practically synonymous with the term ‘work’ itself. Oftentimes, not a week goes by without us firing up the combination of...

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How to Freely Move Pictures in Microsoft Word

How to Freely Move Pictures in Microsoft Word

By default, you can’t freely move pictures (by drag-and-drop) to any position in a Microsoft Word document without also placing them somewhere in the text. But with a small change, you can drag images anywhere. Here’s how. Make a Picture Freely Move in a Word Document...

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How to use LinkedIn Resume Assistant in Microsoft Word

How to use LinkedIn Resume Assistant in Microsoft Word

We reported a while back that Microsoft had added a new feature to Microsoft Word called LinkedIn Resume Assistant. It is one of the first ways the software giant has proven how it plans to integrate LinkedIn into its key services. Now, not everyone might know how to...

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How to redact content in Microsoft Word | TechRepublic

How to redact content in Microsoft Word | TechRepublic

Most Word documents contain sensitive information that you might not want shared. Not everyone needs to worry about this, but it’s something to think about even if you’re not producing legal, financial, government or other sensitive business documents. Most of us...

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How to download and use Microsoft Word for free | TechRadar

How to download and use Microsoft Word for free | TechRadar

Microsoft Word is the most well-known word processing application on the planet. For decades, it has been a staple of both home and enterprise use. It has also been hidden behind a paywall most of that time. Things are a little different in the present climate,...

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6 Ways Lawyers Should Be Using Microsoft Word – 2Civility

6 Ways Lawyers Should Be Using Microsoft Word – 2Civility

While many seasoned attorneys still tell tales of electric typewriters buzzing around the office as assistants sat plugged into dictation machines, today’s lawyers occupy a far different desk setup: they’re perched in front of a monitor (or two… or more) with...

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