If you’re using the Microsoft Word app for iOS devices (like the iPhone) or Android, you may want to collaborate on certain .docx files with friends, colleagues, or classmates. This short video shows how to set up collaboration via the app’s sharing settings. From the publisher of Microsoft Word In 30 Minutes.
Backstage View is an integral part of Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. This video shows the features of Backstage View in Word 2016 and Excel 2016, including printing, sharing, options, account information, and exporting as PDF or saving a file as an alternate file format. and explains the difference in Backstage View in Windows and Macs. The narrator is the publisher of In 30 Minutes Guides, including Microsoft Word In 30 Minutes.
In the back of most books and long reports is an index of terms. In less than 5 minutes, learn how to create an index of terms using Microsoft Word. It explains how to mark index entries and then create the index itself. The lesson is based on the book Microsoft Word In 30 Minutes.
Even if you don’t have access to the desktop version of MS Word, the iOS Word app for iPhones and iPads is an alternative way to create a Word document. Covers saving new .docx files and opening recent files in OneDrive. It also shows how to use the keyboard, dictation, formatting toolbar, the Home and Insert tabs, headers, checking spelling and more. From the publisher of Microsoft Word In 30 Minutes.