Microsoft Word

New Link Checker for Microsoft Word is out: the quickest way to fix broken links in your document

We are happy to introduce a new version of Link Checker for Microsoft Word! Now the add-in works faster and makes it easier to find the links, filter the results, and edit them instantly. And a nicer design will be the icing on the cake. Continue reading

Word Online vs. Google Docs: The first glimpse

The world is moving to the cloud. This is the first article in a series that will help you understand how well Microsoft Word can get it and if Google Docs will be able to leave Word behind. Let's first look at the wrap… Continue reading

Beyond Spelling and Grammar Check

In this guest post, Daniel Heuman of Intelligent Editing, explains how you can use PerfectIt to take the proofreading capabilities of MS Word to an entirely new level. Continue reading

How to convert Word to PDF - online and desktop solutions

Learn how to convert Word to PDF using the capabilities of Microsoft Word's Save As feature, and how to choose DOC to PDF online converter or free desktop software best suited for your document type. Continue reading

Convert PDF to Word using online PDF to DOC converters or manually

In this tutorial, you will learn a few quick ways to export PDF to Word. See how to convert the entire PDF file or its part manually or using free online converters, and how to turn a scanned .pdf document into an editable .doc file. Continue reading

How to mail merge from Excel to Word

Mail Merge from Excel to Word can be a real time-saver when it comes to sending large mailings. This tutorial provides an overview of the main features and explains how to do a mail merge from Excel to Word step-by-step. Continue reading

How to create / update a table of contents in Microsoft Word

If you are a document writer, this article will be very useful for you. You will learn how to insert a table of contents into your document, modify and update it just in a few clicks. Also, I’ll show you how to make your document look good using Word’s built-in heading styles and the multilevel list option. Continue reading