Five apps to help you do more with Word 2013
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One of the most underrated features of Word 2013 is itsrnability to run apps. While it might seem silly to run an app within an app, doingrnso can provide a great deal of new functionality. You can install or launchrnWord 2013 apps by clicking on the Ribbon’s Insert tab and then clicking thernApps For Office button and following the prompts. Here are five useful apps forrnWord 2013 to kick things off.
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Consistency Checker is a free utility that works similarly to arngrammar checker. The thing that differentiates Consistency Checker from arnrun-of-the-mill grammar checker is that it checks for things grammar checkersrntypically overlook. Specifically, the utility tries to verify consistencyrnwithin your documents.For example, itrnwill let you know if you hyphenated a word in one location but not in another.
Consistency Checker will let you know if you hyphenated a wordrnin one location but not in another. And it will check to see whether yournexpress numbers as numerals (1, 2, 3, etc.) and in written form (one, two,rnthree, etc.) within the same document.
Font Finder categorizes your fonts by type (classic,rnhandwriting, retro, etc.). Clicking on a font category displays all the fontsrnwithin that category. A built-in search engine lets you to track down the fontsrnyou need. Once you find a font you like, simply select text within yourrndocument and click on the font to apply it.
Free Legal Forms
Forms include a bill of sale, a pet-sitting agreement, and arnnondisclosure agreement. Clicking on any of these options opens the form inrnWord.
Sticky Notes for Office
Simply click the New Noternbutton and compose your sticky note. The note will be displayed on the rightrnside of the interface until you either delete it or close the app.
One great thing about WordCalcrnis that it displays your last several calculations. It also supports basic mathrnand functions such as SIN, COS, and LOG.