Got some active links in your document? Do you want to have them activated when you click on them, or do you want to require another step and have them activated when you hold down the Ctrl key and click on them? The choice in behavior is up to you; here's how to change it.
If you have a document that contains optional hyphens (special characters that mark where a word can be split between lines), then you may want to use the Find and Replace tool to locate them. You can easily do that by following the steps outlined in this tip.
The Equation Editor is a handy tool, particularly for those who must include mathematical equations in their documents. Here's how to specify how large the characters in the equation should be.
When multiple endnote references are used at a given point in your document, you may wonder if there is a way to compress those multiple references to instead display a range. There is no inherent way, but you can get around that lack of capability by using the techniques in this tip.
Create a form in Word and you will invariably be faced with the need to places fill-in-the-blank lines in the document. If you want those lines to remain as people fill in the form, there are a couple of ways you can format the document.
Searching for text having (or not having) specific formatting is generally pretty easy. It is more difficult to search for text that is not a particular color. This tip explains how you can find just want you want by using a macro.
Put a caption with a picture and you'd probably like the two elements to behave like they belong together. If you are tired of your captions getting separated from their pictures, here are some ideas you can use.