Office 2013 has a bunch of handy tricks that make you more productive. Here's a reminder about two of them.
Can't type, but you still need to get that 10-page document done? Why not type with your voice?
Word's tools and wizards make it easy to show off your work with professional-looking formats.
Wanna get away ...from your email? Outlook 2013's Automatic Replies feature lets you reply to and sort messages while you're out of the office. Here's how you can use it to relax on your next vacation and come back to a nice, tidy inbox.
Academic Wordsmith is a Word app that can check your paper for plagiarism as you're writing it.
For light PDF users, everything you need is in a tool you use every day.
Click-to-Run installations of the popular office suite fall prey to a crippling bug that leaves the software unable to launch whatsoever.
If you need to save a lot of screenshots, whether it's images, complete web pages, or desktop apps, OneNote has you covered. Here's how to use it.
Windows 8 users, it seems, have a long wait ahead of them before they'll see a Metro version of Office.
Make your Microsoft Word document stand out by creating your own one-click formatting with Style Sets (formerly known as style sheets).