Here are 5 great Microsoft Word tips to improve your productivity
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Word has a new bookmarking feature. This feature makes it really easy to carry on where you left off by reminding you of exactly where you were in the document when you last edited. When it’s time to go back and continue working on a document, you can open it and see the bookmark appear on the right of the screen, welcoming you back and prompting you to pick up where you left off.
Clicking the bookmark takes you back to the page you were on so you can continue. Of course you can always ignore the prompt if you’re happy to stay at the start of the document.
Go to the Insert Tab, choose Table and then just drag across the grid. Don’t even worry about the number of rows, we’ll get to that next, just get the columns right.Once you’ve created a table with ONE ROW, start typing your content, using Tab to move from cell to cell. In the last cell, press Tab once more and a new row is added. Keep going like this and use the down arrow when you are ready to move out of the table.
Quickly remove all formatting from a document:
First select all the text (or the entire document) you wish to clean. Then use Ctrl+Q to remove all manual paragraph formatting, such as indentation and alignment, and Ctrl+Space Bar to remove all manual character formatting such as bold and italics.
Note: You can of course use the Clear Formatting button in the Font group, but that also removes content formatted using styles.