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How to Insert a Watermark in Word (or Remove It)

How to Insert a Watermark in Word (or Remove It)

You can insert a watermark in the background of one or more pages in a Microsoft Word document. Common watermarks are text such as DRAFT or CONFIDENTIAL but you can also add a picture watermark.

How to Embed a YouTube Video in PowerPoint

How to Embed a YouTube Video in PowerPoint

You can embed a YouTube video in a PowerPoint presentation and run it during a slide show. Essentially, you are linking to the YouTube video using this method but it will play seamlessly in PowerPoint.

How to Move a Pivot Table in Excel

How to Move a Pivot Table in Excel

Moving a pivot table is not as simple as moving other objects in an Excel worksheet or workbook. You will typically need to use the Move PivotTable command in the Ribbon to move a pivot table to a different area on a worksheet or to a different sheet in the same workbook.

How to Compress Images in Word to Reduce File Size

How to Compress Images in Word to Reduce File Size

You can compress images in several ways in Microsoft Word documents to reduce the size of the file. There are built-in Word compression features you can use to make large files smaller but you can also reduce image size before you insert pictures into your documents.

How to Stop Words from Splitting at the End of a Line in Microsoft Word

How to Stop Words from Splitting at the End of a Line in Microsoft Word

There are many ways to stop words from splitting across lines in Word. You can keep words or characters (numbers or letters) together in Microsoft Word using nonbreaking spaces or hyphens. If Word is inserting hyphens in a word you don’t want to break across lines, you can also turn off automatic hyphenation.

How to Insert, Format and Update Cross-References in Word

How to Insert, Format and Update Cross-References in Word

In Microsoft Word, you can insert a cross-reference to content in another part of your Word document and then update it if the target of the cross-reference changes. A cross-reference can refer to a heading, bookmark, the caption of a table or figure as well as other target items.

14 Word Shortcuts to Quickly Select Text in Documents

14 Word Shortcuts to Quickly Select Text in Documents

In Microsoft Word, you can save lots of time if you can quickly select characters, words, lines, paragraphs and blocks of text in your documents. You can use keyboard shortcuts or mouse shortcuts to select text.

How to Convert PowerPoint to Google Slides (5 Ways)

How to Convert PowerPoint to Google Slides (5 Ways)

You can import or convert a PowerPoint presentation in PPTX format to Google Slides format in several ways. Google Slides will try to convert a PowerPoint presentation to compatible objects, tools and fonts but these programs do have differences so don’t expect a perfect conversion.

How to Create, Save, Use and Edit Templates in Microsoft Word

How to Create, Save, Use and Edit Templates in Microsoft Word

You can create, save, use and edit templates in Microsoft Word for frequently-used documents such as letters, reports, proposals and manuals. Templates include basic character, paragraph and page formatting and may include text, custom styles, tables, images, macros, sections, headers and footers.

Change Line Style, Thickness or Color of Table or Cell Borders in PowerPoint

Change Line Style, Thickness or Color of Table or Cell Borders in PowerPoint

You can change the formatting of a table border or the borders of multiple table cells in PowerPoint by changing the line style, thickness (weight) or color. Different borders can be applied to cells in the same table. For example, you could apply a thick line to header cells and a thin line to the cells in the last row of a table.

How to Delete a Pivot Table in Excel

How to Delete a Pivot Table in Excel

A pivot table can be deleted in an Excel workbook in several ways. You can delete a pivot table, convert a pivot table to values or clear data and customizations from a pivot table to reset it. When a pivot table is created from source data in a workbook,

How to Change Commas to Decimal Points and Vice Versa in Excel (5 Ways)

How to Change Commas to Decimal Points and Vice Versa in Excel (5 Ways)

Depending on your country or region, Excel may display decimal points or dots instead of commas for larger numbers. The decimal point (.) or comma (,) is used as the group separator in different regions in the world. You can change commas to decimal points or dots or vice versa in your Excel workbook temporarily or permanently.

How to Group by Month and Year in a Pivot Table in Excel

How to Group by Month and Year in a Pivot Table in Excel

You can group by month, year or other date period in a pivot table in Excel. One option is to group by date periods in a pivot table using the Grouping feature. Alternatively, you can also create calculations in source data to extract the month name and the year from a date field and use the fields in your pivot table.

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