Superscripts are numbers, letters, or symbols that appear slightly above the surrounding text. Subscripts are letters, numbers, words, or phrases that appear slightly below the surrounding text. This tutorial shows how to insert superscripts and … Continue Reading about Three Ways to Insert Superscripts and Subscripts in Microsoft Word
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Headline-style capitalization, also called title case, means that the main words are capitalized and the “less important” words are lowercased in titles and headings. Headline-style capitalization is the format you see in most books and magazines. This blog features headline-style capitalization for all titles and most headings. Here are several examples: Should You Use Singular […]
This tutorial shows how to use the Editor in Microsoft Word. The Editor is Word’s new spelling and grammar check and is currently available in Word for Office 365. If you are using an older version of Word or your spelling and grammar check looks different than the one shown here, please see my previous […]