I have Word 2003 on my computer and have an annoyance I was hoping you can help me with. Everytime I start entering a date, Word automatically completes it for me. Is there any way I can stop this?
Having copied a web address into a Word document it has been formatted as a hyperlink. I have tried to remove this by right-clicking on the link but all I get are the spelling options.
Every time I open a saved document or create a new one in Word, there’s a grid sitting behind my texxt making it really hard to read – is there any way I can remove this?
I’ve just upgraded to Office 2007 and I can’t seem to find the Print button in Word. I know it’s a basic question, but I’ve checked each and every menu and just can’t find how to print. Help please.
I’m writing a book using Word 2003. The spellcheck is useful but Word doesn’t like my grammar and covers entire pages in wiggly green lines, even when I believe the sentences are perfectly constructed. It particularly dislike sentences with several clauses. Can I get rid of it?
I’ve converted a document from Word to PDF and lost the Word document. Is there any way I can convert it back from PDF to Word?