Add axis, title labels and set data labels
Mail Merge With Labels
Once you know how to create a data source, you can use that existing data to create labels. Of course, this is not the only way you can create labels in Microsoft Word. For example, you can create labels from scratch.
Word 2010 Using Mail Merge
Mail merge is a useful tool that will allow you to easily produce multiple letters, labels, envelopes, name tags and more using information stored in a list, database, or spreadsheet. In this lesson, you will learn how to use the mail merge wizard to create a data source and a form letter, and explore other wizard features.
Introduction to Mail Merge
A mail merge is a word processing feature that allows creating common letters, mailing labels, envelopes, or cataloging documents to and/or for a group of people as stored in a database.
Word 2007 Using Mail Merge
Mail merge is a useful tool that will allow you to easily produce multiple letters, labels, envelopes and more using information stored in a list, database, or spreadsheet. In this lesson, you will learn how to use the mail merge wizard to create a data source and a form letter, and explore other wizard features. Additionally, you will learn how to use the Ribbon commands to access the mail merge tools outside of the wizard.
Customizing Envelopes with Pictures
Word does not provide users with an easy way to customize their envelopes with pictures via the Envelopes and Labels dialog box, but this does not mean it can't be done. This quick tutorial will show you how to create an envelope and the customize it with graphics.
Word 2007 Start Mail Merge
Now we will move on to my favorite section Word 2007 Start Mail Merge. In this section you will learn how to create envelopes, letters, or labels so you can create one list of contacts and print all of the envelopes for your contact list with a few simple steps.
Editing Data in Word 2007
Although you create a file only once, you can edit it many times. Editing can add, rearrange, or delete data, such as text, numbers, or pictures.
The Word Toolbars
When you open Word, the menubar, standard toolbar, and the formatting toolbar are automatically displayed beneath the program's blue title bar.
Word 2010 Working with Shapes
You can add a variety of shapes to your document including arrows, callouts, squares, stars, flowchart shapes and more. Want to set your name and address apart from the rest of your resume? Use a line. Need to create a diagram showing a timeline or process? Use the flowchart shapes. While you may not need shapes in every document you create, they can add visual appeal and clarity.
In this lesson you will learn how to insert a shape and format it by changing its fill color, outline color, shape style, and shadow effects. Additionally, you will learn how to apply 3-D effects to shapes.
How to Add Useful Apps Directly to Word 2013
Office 2013 allows you to add useful apps directly to Word, Excel, etc.. By apps, generally we mean research resources such as dictionaries for defining terms or accessing sites such as Wikipedia directly within Office programs to confirm facts. As an example, we will add WordCalc, which is a mathematical expression solver, to Word. To add an app to Word, click the Insert tab.
How to Add a Caption to an Image in Word 2013
If you’re writing a long Word document containing a lot of images, you may want to add captions to those images. You can then reference the images by their number in the text as well as generate a Table of Figures. To add a caption, select a picture in your document and click the References tab.
Including Headers and Footers in Your Document
Oftentimes it is necessary to put vital information about your document either at the top of the page, at the bottom of the page, or a combination of both. While you can easily enter things such as document title, page numbers, creation date, author, etc. at the top or bottom of your document body, if you place them in a header or footer outside of the document body, you can rest assured that this information will always retain the correct placement, no matter how much you edit the content of your document.
Automate Away Annoyances with Macros
In this tutorial, I'll show you how to eliminate so common problems by using macros. Some of these problems are specific ones that you may share: for example, it may irk you that Word doesn't automatically return to the last editing position when you open a document, that it indiscriminately capitalizes the first letter of every word when you apply title case to selected text, or that you have to mess with the Paste Options dialog box or the Paste Options Smart Tag if you want to paste in text with no formatting.
How To Add Check Boxes to Word Documents
When you are creating surveys or forms, with Microsoft Word, it is usually a good idea to add check boxes to make the options easy to read and answer. There are two main methods which you can use. The first method is ideal for documents that you want people to fill out digitally, while the second option is great for printed documents like to-do lists.
Word 2010 Formatting Pictures
Once you've added pictures to your documents, you can format them in various ways. The picture tools in Word 2010 make it easy to incorporate images into your documents and modify those images in interesting ways.
In this lesson, you will learn how to change the picture style and shape, add a border, crop and compress pictures, add artistic effects, and more.
How To Numerically Set Page Margins
This video tutorial shows how to numerically set the page margins.
Word 2010 Reviewing Documents
Suppose someone asks you to proofread a report for them. If you have a hard copy of the report, you might use a red pen to cross out sentences, mark misspellings, or add comments in the margins. However, you could also do all of these things in Word using the Track Changes and Comments features.
When you've finished reviewing the document, the other person can choose to automatically Accept all of your changes, or decide whether to Accept or Reject each change one-by-one.
In this lesson, you'll learn how to Track Changes, add Comments, and Compare two versions of a document.
For Foreign Correspondence (Unicode characters)
In Microsoft Word, if you need to type something like albóndigas, résumé, or español, there’s an easy trick. Just add the Ctrl key to the accent you need, and then press the letter you want accented. For example, if you need í, then press Ctrl+’ and then type a lowercase “i” . For ñ, you would press Ctrl+Shift+` followed by the “n”. Since ` is the lowercase character on the ~/` key, you need to add the Shift key in order to get the ~.
Microsoft's Free Save as PDF Add-in for Word and Office 2007
If you need to distribute documents in PDF format, you don't need to purchase Adobe Acrobat. Microsoft Office 2007 can save documents in PDF format. You'll need to download a free add-in from Microsoft. It will allow you to save documents in PDF format. However, you won't be able to edit the PDF documents.
Word 2007 Footnotes
In this tutorial you will learn to use the Word 2007 Footnotes section of the References tab. A footnote is used to comment on or provide a reference for text in a document. A footnote will create two parts in your Word 2007 document; a note reference mark next to the sentence or line you are referencing and the footnote text at the bottom of the page. To add a footnote to your document select the location you want your reference mark to appear then click the Insert Footnote button. This will bring you to the bottom of the page when you can type your comments. The Insert Footnote button will not only add the foot not but also renumber them as you move text around. Footnotes are usually for detailed comments and endnotes are used for citations.