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Wednesday, July 6, 2011

10 Essential Microsoft Word 2010 Tips for Advanced Users,1468,i=306849,00.jpg

Have you used Microsoft Word for more than a decade? Was it your late-night friend in college, by your side for every all-nighter? And is it now your most trusted co-worker? Have you known it longer than you've known your own children? If you were an early computer adopter, you may even have a nearly 30-year history with the word-processing program.

Despite everything you think you know about Microsoft Word up through the Office 2010 version, there are a few features you might not have come across if you never needed to look for them. In this article, we list 10 great tips, tricks, and 'how-to's, all with accompanying screenshots for clarity, that all Word power users should have in their tool belts. From the new OpenType Typography support in Microsoft Office 2010 Word to an unofficially supported redaction tool, these are features you surely won't want to miss.

For the more technical users, we also have detailed information about manipulating Normal.dotm files, including a bonus tip that's undocumented in Microsoft Word about using the template to restore older Word files and macros. We'll help you circumnavigate the whole "protected view" conundrum and even explore how to integrate Word with a blog.

For more Microsoft Office 2010 tips, including beginner, intermediate, and advanced tips for Word, Excel, and Outlook, see the complete list of links at the end of this article. Also see our complete reviews of Microsoft Office 2010 ($389 street, 4 stars) and Microsoft Office 2010 for Mac ($99 street, 4.5 stars). You can either read our tips in the slideshow below or page through them in the Table of Contents


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