You can add a signature to a Microsoft Word document in several ways, depending on the computer you're using.
You can add a superscript or subscript in Word using the appropriate buttons in the Font section of the Home ribbon, or through a keyboard shortcut.
You can add a degree symbol in Word using the keyboard shortcut Alt+0176 or by selecting it among the Symbol options.
You can spell check in Microsoft Word by using its built-in spelling and grammar checker. If enabled, it will automatically underline errors.
You can get a character count in a Word document by selecting the "Review" tab and clicking "Word Count."
You can insert a footnote or endnote in Word from the References tab of the ribbon. Both serve as supplemental information to your document.
You can remove page breaks in a Microsoft Word document by manually deleting it, or through the Line and Page Breaks menu.
You can insert a checkbox in a Word document that can be checked off electronically, or with a pen after being printed.
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Section breaks are a formatting tool in Word that allow you to break your document into sections and apply formatting to specific areas.
You can use Track Changes in Word to record every edit made in a document, either by yourself or others.
You can add page numbers in Word to the header or footer sections of a document using the page numbers option in the Insert menu.
You can insert a blank page into a Word document and avoid disrupting the formatting by selecting Blank Page in the Insert menu.
Find and Replace in Word is a tool that searches a document for a specific word or phrase. You can use it to replace a word or phrase with another.
You can double space in Word for an entire document or selected paragraphs to increase the amount of space between your lines of text.
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