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Extracting Graphics From Microsoft Word

In our last blog, we talked about the best way to insert graphics into Microsoft Word. Following that procedure is a huge improvement toward maintaining the quality of your final printed document, but the best approach is to always keep the original graphics files as separate files, not just a copy of the file embedded within Word.   >>Learn more

Inserting Images into Microsoft Word

Placing images into Word? Do it in a way that yields good print results. Here’s how: >>Learn more

Microsoft Office File Extensions

We have had questions over the past few years about the differences in Microsoft’s File Extensions in the most recent versions. This blog has the answers. >>Learn more

The New Normal

Change Microsoft Word’s default “Normal” style to match your personal preferences. >>Learn more