Learn how to utilize the Word Line Numbering feature on your documents, including line numbers to the entire document, section(s) or pages as well as removing and change the options.
When you are working with various types of documents (such as scripts or legal contracts), you may need to number your lines. Word can automatically count the lines in a document and display the appropriate number beside each line of text. By default, Word numbers every line in a document (except those in tables, footnotes, endnotes, text boxes, and headers and footers). However, you can choose which line numbers to display, or what interval to display at. To view line numbers, you must be in Print Layout View. Below are the step by step instructions for using the Word Line Numbering feature. Information: The same steps apply whether you are using Word 2016 for Mac or Windows.
Note: Tables and figures are counted as one line each. A text box is counted as one line if it is positioned in line with the text on the page. If the text on the page wraps around the text box, the lines of the text on the page are counted. The lines of text inside a text box are not counted. Continue reading “Word Line Numbering”
Learn how to easily add formulas within your Word tables.
Excel is great for creating complex spreadsheets and embedding into Word. But, if you need to perform a few quick calculations in a table, you can use Word’s formula feature. This allows you to work directly within your table without having to involve the use of Excel. Below are the step-by-step instructions for working with formulas in Word tables. Information: The same steps apply whether you are using Word 2016 for Mac or Windows. Continue reading “Working with Formulas in Word Tables”
Learn how to add borders to pages within your Word 2016 documents.
Adding borders to pages can enhance and offset the page from the whole document. You can easily use borders to emphasize the title page, section pages or even signature pages. Below are the step-by-step instructions for adding borders to pages in your Word 2016 document. Information: The same steps apply whether you are using Word 2016 for Mac or Windows. Continue reading “Word 2016 – Adding Borders to Pages”