If you use Microsoft Word for work, or on any regular basis, you know how much time a couple of quick shortcuts can save you, especially if you use them every day. This graphic runs down eight tips for Word that may be familiar to daily drivers, but still useful for students, office workers, and resume builders alike.
From learning how to create your own custom shortcuts to how to quickly break up your document into sections, the guide below walks through each tip as well as how to do it in Word once you have it open. There’s also a little elaboration on some of Word’s built-in features, like full justification formatting and Quick Styles. Check out the full thing below, or hit the link below to check it out over at Silverdoor.