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Using the Advanced Font typography in Office 2010

Font typography help your documents pop and stand out and can be easier to read, Office 2010 helps you take your fonts to the next level with support for OpenType ligatures and stylistic sets. I am going to show you this week how you can play with these new features in Word 2010 but it works in most of Office 2010. Office 2010 includes the new font Gabriola, which includes an incredible number of beautiful stylistic sets and ligatures, and Office 2010 including support for OpenType ligatures, stylistic sets, number forms, contextual alternative characters, and more.  These features are available in Word, Outlook, and Publisher 2010, and work the same on Windows XP, Vista and Windows 7. Windows has several OpenType fonts this are Calibri, Cambria, Constantia, and Corbel all include multiple number forms, while Consolas, Palatino Linotype, and Gabriola are just on Windows 7 only Using the new advanced Font typography in Word 2010 Heres how you do it, open a new document, select an OpenType font, type in some text (in this case I am using the =rand(1) to generate a paragraph of random text to show you).  Click the arrow on the bottom of the Font section of the ribbon to open the font properties. Now go to the advanced tab to see the OpenType features. You can change the ligatures setting (printing a character or piece of type that consists of two or more letters joined together, e.g. ‘æ’) Choose Proportional or Tabular number spacing… And even select Lining or Old-style number forms. Here’s a comparison of Lining and Old-style  for numbers in Word 2010 with the... read more

Add Comments to Documents in Word 2010

When making these blog posts and learning material I often share & collaborate using my Word documents, while doing this my colleagues in the office  review and use of the easy “add comments” function to parts of text. This week I am going to show you how to add comments to documents in Word 2010. Add Comments to a Document To add a comment into a document, you first need to highlight the text where you want to comment on, click the “Review tab” on the Ribbon then click “New Comment”. When you click this it opens up a balloon pointing to the highlighted text you can leave your comment in it will be marked with the first letter from you name and then a number. Usefully you can leave as many comments as you need in your document, for this example I created four comments, once saved you or anyone you’re sharing the document with can read the comments. Reviewing the comments So you have saved you work and pushed it out to the office for some well needed peer review no you want to see the comments people have made. You can look at the comments they have made in the Reading Pane, click the “Review tab” and then select “Reading Pane”, now you get to pick how they are displayed, either Horizontal or Vertically. Below is examples of both reviewing the comments in Horizontal View and Vertical View. In both you can see the comments, when they were made, and by whom, clicking on an individual comment and it will take you to the section in the... read more

Changing the Default Save Location for Office 2013

  Default Save Location Ok you all know I am all things Office, Google and Android this week I am going to share with you how to stop Office 2013 saving everything to the Default Save Location of SkyDrive, I personally love the integration and pay the extra to up my SkyDrive from the normal 25Gb to a whopping 100Gb and store everything there, but for some of you have asked why SkyDrive and how do you stop it from happening. So here’s how to make your Office apps save documents to your PC by default instead of SkyDrive. To start you need to open any of the office programs and click on the File menu item. Then choose on Options. Then head over to the Save settings. In the main options you will see a tick box labelled “Save to computer by default”, tick it and then click OK. That’s it, now when save a document it will default to your... read more
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