Ribbon and Tabs

The Ribbon is an user interface element which was first introduced by Microsoft in Microsoft Office 2007. It is usually located below the Quick Access Toolbar and the Title Bar and it comprises seven tabs; Home, Insert, Page layout, References, Mailing, Review and the View tab. Each tab has a specific group of related commands … Read more

To Convert Text to Table

First, Select the text Then, Select the Insert tab Now, In Tables group click on the Table command Now, Select the ‘Convert Text to Table’ option It will now display a dialog box In the ‘Separate text at’ section select your desired option Click OK, now the text will convert itself to a table

Title Bar

The title bar lies right next to the Quick Access Toolbar and it displays the title of the currently open document or application. It is present on almost all the windows displayed on your computer monitor screen. So, if in case there are several windows across the screen, you can identify each window by looking … Read more


The Ruler is generally located below the Ribbon around the top edge of the document and is used to change the format of the document, i.e. it helps you align the text, tables, graphics and other such elements inside your document. It uses inches or centimeters as the measurement unit depending on your choice and … Read more

Quick Access Toolbar

The Quick Access Toolbar lies next to the Microsoft Office Button and it is a customizable toolbar that comes with a set of independent commands. It gives you a very quick access to commonly used commands such as the Save, Undo, Redo, etc. See the image: When you click on the drop-down arrow next to … Read more

Microsoft Office Button

The Microsoft Office Button is located on the top left corner of the MS-Word window and it is a new user interface feature that replaced the traditional “File” menu. You can also find this button in MS-Outlook while creating a new message, task, contact, etc. See the image: When you click this button, it offers … Read more

How to Use Symbols as Bullets

You can even replace the bullets with different symbols to make your lists more meaningful and attractive. The steps involved here are: First, Select the text to convert to a bulleted list Now, Select the Home tab After that, In the Paragraph group click the Bullets command Click the ‘Define New Bullet’ option ‘Define New … Read more

How to Split Text to Columns

You can easily split your text to columns as shown in the image given below. It helps you make your text way more readable and presentable. The steps involved in this process are: First, Open the document Now, Select the Page Layout tab Then, In Page Setup group click on the Columns command It displays … Read more

How to Select Text in MS Word

Place your cursor pointer next to the text then left click the mouse and holding it down move it over desired text then release it. The text will now be automatically selected. Some of the shortcuts for selecting this text are: To select just a single word, double click within that word To select an … Read more

How to Save the Document in MS Word

When you create a document it is very important to save the document so that it can be viewed or reused in the future. The very basic steps to save a document are: First, Click the Microsoft Office Button A list of different commands appears on screen Now, Click the ‘Save As’ command it is … Read more