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Microsoft Word: Power User

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How to Change Case in Word (Upper, Lower, Title or Sentence Case)

How to Change Case in Word (Upper, Lower, Title or Sentence Case)

You can change case in Microsoft Word documents using formatting commands or by converting case. If you want to be able to easily change case (like removing All Caps), it's best to change case using the Font dialog box. If someone has created upper case text using hard capitals where they have pressed the Caps Lock key and typed the text, then you can convert case using the Change Case command.

How to Modify Table of Contents Formatting in Word

How to Modify Table of Contents Formatting in Word

If you have created a custom or automatic table of contents (TOC) in a Word document, you can add heading levels to the TOC. You can add or edit levels using built-in heading styles or use custom styles as levels.

How to Insert or Type the Beta Symbol in Word (β or Β)

How to Insert or Type the Beta Symbol in Word (β or Β)

You can insert or type the Beta symbol in Word documents in several ways. The Greek Beta symbol can be entered in upper case (Β) or lower case (β) using built-in commands or keyboard shortcuts (including Alt codes, AutoCorrect entries or custom shortcuts). Beta is the 2nd letter in the Greek alphabet and is comparable to the letter B.

How to Find and Replace Formatting in Word (such as Bold, Italic and Font)

How to Find and Replace Formatting in Word (such as Bold, Italic and Font)

You can find and replace formatting in Word by searching for specific formatting, such as bold or italic, and changing it to other formats. You or even search for text with specific formatting and change the text and the formats. With Find and Replace, you can search for and change both character and paragraph formatting.

How to View Word Count in Microsoft Word (4 Ways)

How to View Word Count in Microsoft Word (4 Ways)

You can view word count in a Microsoft Word document in several ways. Although word count is typically displayed in the Status Bar, you can view a Word Count dialog box which can be displayed using the Ribbon, the Status Bar or a keyboard shortcut. In addition to word count, you can check a document for the number of characters, lines, paragraphs and pages. Word count and other statistics are also available in Word Properties. 

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