If you’re using standard mailing labels from a major vendor (like Avery), formatting and printing your labels is a snap (once you know how).
In this bonus lesson for the WordPerfect Lover’s Guide to Word, I’ll show you how to format and print envelopes. In fact, I’m going to show you not only the “textbook” way of doing envelopes, but my own preferred method, which I think makes creating an on-the-fly envelope (on pre-printed letterhead) a lot easier (but that’s for you to judge).
Before you send out that document, you need to be sure it’s truly ready to go. Here’s how you run (and customize) Spelling and Grammar Check, remove metadata (particularly important if you’re going to email your document), preview the print layout to catch last-minute formatting snafus, and print your document.
Now that we’ve gotten to page formatting in this series, take a moment to pat yourself on the back a bit. After all, you’ve learned quite a bit so far — how to get around in Microsoft Word’s Ribbon interface, how to open and navigate in existing documents, how to create and save new documents,…
You don’t need me to tell you what a paragraph is — it’s a block of text that ends with a “hard return” you insert by pressing the Enter key. In Microsoft Word, paragraph formatting covers such attributes as justification, indentation, line spacing, and what WordPerfect calls “block protect” (called something else by Word, but…
Changing various font attributes, like font name, size, bold/italic/underline, special effects like superscript and strikethrough, and changing text case.
The basics of opening and editing a Microsoft Word document.
How to create a new document in Microsoft Word and save it as a .docx file or in other word processing formats.
Navigating in a Microsoft Word document is very much like navigating in any word processing program in Microsoft Windows, including WordPerfect. This lesson in the WordPerfect Lover’s Guide to Word shows you how to move around in a Word document using your keyboard and mouse.
An introduction to the Microsoft Word Ribbon interface.