Word allows you to protect documents that are intended to be used as forms. If you want to convert the form responses back to regular text, you need to follow a couple of steps that will stop the data from being changed, as described in this tip.
If you have a range of values that can be either positive or negative, you might wonder how to determine the largest consecutive sequence of negative numbers in the range. This can be done in a couple of ways, as described in this tip.
When you add subtotals to a worksheet, Excel typically places them in the same column that you are subtotaling. If you want those subtotals moved to a different column, you'll appreciate the techniques described in this tip.
Putting words on the printed page is easy in Word. Rotating those words in different manners can be a bit trickier. This tip examines different ways in which you can print some of your text upside-down relative to the other text on the page.
Double-click a document link in the recent documents list maintained by Windows, and you may be surprised if Word doesn't open the document. There is a reason for not opening such a document, most likely that Word can no longer find the document.
Print Preview is a great way to give a document the final "once over" before printing. Word allows you to do some minimal editing in Print Preview, such as adjusting document margins. Here's how to make the change.