Microsoft Word 2016 Bootcamp - Zero to Hero Training
Daniel Walter Scott || VIDEO: 8 of 52
So we've got a little bit of formatting left to do. Now, instead of covering every single formatting option, we're in 'Home', and not going through every single one of these features. You'll probably cry if I go through them all.
What I'm going to do is, I'm going to show you a really good way to get to them all really quickly, instead of trying to remember, am I under 'Design', or do I want to be under 'Layout'?
Let's start with 'upper case', nice easy one. Down here, it says 'Bring Your Own Laptop', say I want it to be upper case. So instead of trying to figure out which of these tabs it is, there's this handy little thing that says 'Tell me what you want to do', and I use this all the time, because even I forget which one it is.
So what you can do is, just start typing in here, you can see, I can type in 'upper', you can see, presto, it's given me a little drop down for 'Change case', and I can pick up a 'case'. So instead of trying to find it, in this case it's under 'Home', and there he is there, there is the 'case changing'. You can find it by just using this little option here.
Same with, say, 'justification', I want to select all this, 'justification', we've got 'left align', we could use 'right align', and right there is 'justification', so we could cheat, but let's pretend we're somewhere else, we don't know where it is, so hover on the 'text', 'Tell me what you want to do', and I say, 'justify'. I just put in 'jus', and you can see, it's where it picked it, 'Justify'. Nice! I use that all the time instead of searching through all of the ribbons to figure out what you want to do.
All right, so that is our kind of teeny tiny formatting for everything of video, using the 'Tell me what you want to do' feature.
All right, I'll see you in the next video.