10 "Word Document" Secrets πŸ™Š That'll Make Writing Papers πŸ“ƒ Easier on You πŸ™ŒπŸΌ ...

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Pretty much all of us use Word Document to write papers for school.

Even though you've been using the program for years, there are still a few things you don't know about it.

Of course, it's never too late to learn.

Here are a few Word Document secrets that'll make writing papers easier on you in the future:

1. How to Move an Entire Paragraph

How to Move an Entire Paragraph

Don't you hate when you write a paragraph, but aren't sure if you should keep it in its original spot or move it to another area?

Well, if you hold down Alt and Shift at the same time, and then press either the up or down arrow, it will move your entire paragraph of text.

That way, you'll be able to see what the paragraph looks like in other areas without having to copy and paste over and over again.

2. How to Change the Font

How to Change the Font

Sometimes, after inserting a lot of block quotes, random paragraphs will have the wrong font.

Instead of finding them all and changing them, or highlighting the entire document, there's an easy fix.

If you go to the "editing" section, which is to the right of the Home tab, you'll find the option to β€œselect all text with similar formatting."

3. How to Spell Check Multiple Languages

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Your Word Document dictionary is probably in English.

However, if you're writing a paper for your Spanish class, you're able to upload a second dictionary.

That way, you'll have two at once, and won't end up making any mistakes!

After all, you're not going to get a good grade if your paper is littered with errors.

It never hurts to have spell check.

4. How to Keep Words Together

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Don't you hate when you want two words to stick together, but one of them ends up going onto the next line?

Well, there's a fix for that, too!

Instead of putting a simple space in between the two words, all you have to do is press down [Ctrl] and [Shift] and [Spacebar] at the same time.

Then it'll keep them both on the same line.2

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