A major benefit of subscription software services like Office 365 is that users always have access to the latest versions. But sometimes you need the older version for reasons of compatibility or personal preference. Here’s how to grab and install the older Office 2013 using your Office 365 subscription.
OneDrive is the default save location in Office 2013, which is great if you regularly use the service. But for those who prefer to save files locally, here’s how to change the default save location in Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.
Despite services like OneDrive that promise to manage our documents for us across multiple devices, some users prefer to keep close track of their Office document locations. Here’s how to customize the Office Quick Access Toolbar to always display the file path of the current document.
Microsoft Excel is a powerful spreadsheet application, but it also allows for the creation of a wide variety of impressive charts and graphs. While sharing an entire Excel file is often preferable, sometimes you may wish to only share or export the graph or chart. Here are several ways to export an Excel chart as an image.
Microsoft has started rolling out the first major update to its latest productivity suite. Office 2013 Service Pack 1 is available now via Windows Update or direct download from Microsoft and includes improved support for Windows 8.1 and IE11, support for high-DPI displays, and numerous bug fixes and performance improvements.
Line numbering your documents is a requirement for many legal filings, but it can also be very helpful during the drafting process or when working with others. Although not enabled by default, Word 2013 includes a highly configurable line numbering feature. Here’s how to enable line numbers in Word 2013.
By default, Microsoft Word helpfully keeps the source formatting of copied information when you paste it into a document, but this is not always what users want. Here’s how to configure Word 2013 to only paste the plain text, and leave the extra styles and formatting at home.
Many PC users have upgraded to 64-bit versions of Windows and third party software, and they enjoy the increased access to system memory and speed that the architecture provides. But it’s not a good idea to run every app in 64-bit mode. One example is Office, and we explain why some users may prefer the 32-bit version.
Microsoft Office 2013 uses a default start screen that lets users choose a document template and gain easy access to recently saved documents. While this can be handy, some users prefer to always have Word, Excel, or PowerPoint open with a fresh, blank, new document. Here are two ways to bypass or disable the Office 2013 start screen. Disable the Office 2013 Start Screen on a Per App Basis If you’re a heavy Word user and always want Word 2013…
With Office 2013, Microsoft added the ability to save documents directly to the cloud via built-in links to the company’s SkyDrive and SharePoint platforms. While SkyDrive in particular is a great free service, users of other cloud platforms, such as Dropbox, are left out by default. Dropbox can still be accessed with Office 2013 by manually navigating to the user’s folder via a “Save to Computer” action, but thanks to the Dropbox community, however, there is a workaround that will…