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How to run Microsoft Word on Linux

Need to get Microsoft Word running on your Linux laptop or desktop for use at work or school? Unsure about how to set it up? Follow along as we demonstrate how to run Microsoft Word on Linux! Method 1 – Unofficial-webapp-office For those looking to get going with Microsoft Word …

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How to install the Abiword word processor on Linux

Abiword is a lightweight word processor for Linux and other Unix-like operating systems (BSD, Haiku, and AmigaOS). It uses significantly fewer resources than that of Libre Office while providing similar features. As a result, many Linux fans turn to it for their writing needs. Since Abiword is an alternative to …

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How To Change The Style For All Tables In Microsoft Word

Microsoft Word lets you apply the formatting to large snippets of text enmasse. You can copy the formatting applied to one bit of text, and apply it to entire paragraphs and sections with just a few clicks. Unfortunately, the same doesn’t hold true for tables. If you want to change …

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How To Create Custom Heading Styles In MS Word

MS Office apps have color themes. They’re most noticeable in PowerPoint when you have to select a color theme for a presentation style. They exist in Word as well but you won’t know unless you insert a table, add a shape, or a heading. The color of a heading depends …

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How to enable autocorrect for Math on Microsoft Word

Typing scientific, or mathematical symbols in Microsoft Word is pretty simple but that doesn’t mean it’s easy. Microsoft Word has a dedicated symbols box that has almost every symbol you might ever need to use in a document. Opening the symbols box each time you need to insert a symbol …

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How To Install Fonts For Microsoft Word On Windows 10

Microsoft Word gives you a considerably large list of fonts to use in your documents. For professional and/or academic use alone, it offers quite a few reasonably good fonts including the universally accepted Arial and Times New Roman fonts. It also has a Microsoft developed font called Calibri which is …

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