If you receive a document from somebody else, you might not be able to edit it if the document contains fonts that you don't have installed on your system. In this case, it is helpful to understand how Word views those fonts.
When you create a worksheet, it is common to place headings at the top of each column and the left of each row so you can know the meaning of the data in the worksheet. It is a bother to have those rows and columns scroll off the screen when you are entering data. Here's how to make those headings stay visible at all times.
In many companies it is common to have standard templates accessible through the internal network. If you have templates being used by dozens or hundreds of people, it can present a challenge when you need to update those templates. Here's some ideas you can apply.
You may be surprised sometime to save a document and find out that Word actually saves what appear to be two copies of the document on your disk. This isn't necessarily a problem, but a way for Word to track what is going on with the document on which you are working.
If you develop macros and edit them quite a bit, you may be running the risk of causing problems with the macros or with your workbooks. This tip explains a general way that you can avoid the potential problem.