Articles tagged: Microsoft Word
It’s sometimes hard to tell why Word thinks a document changed even though you haven’t done anything to it. I’ll look at a few clues.
Before you dismiss it because it’s a subscription product, take a look and do the math. Microsoft Office 365 might be surprisingly affordable.
Microsoft Word documents display differently on different systems because of differences between the systems. Getting Microsoft Word documents to display identically typically means processing them into something else.
Software vendors seem to think these days that everyone has high speed internet for downloading large files. What happens if you don’t?
Due to complexity of attachments in emails, changes you’ve made to a document that was emailed to you can disappear.
Microsoft Word tries to be helpful and format items based on what it thinks you’re doing. That’s handy, if it’s what you want. If not, it’s annoying.