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#2 Add a Background Picture to an Email On the Fly in Outlook 2007 16-03-2010 10:21
Add a Background Picture to an Email On the Fly in Outlook 2007
Our forum administrator Scott showed me an interesting trick in Outlook 2007 where you can assign any picture as the background to an email. Since this was news to me, I figured that I’d write it up for everybody else.
You should use this feature with caution, of course, since it will increase the size of the email and if you choose a really obnoxious image it will also annoy whoever you are sending the email to. Note that this feature is different from the Stationery feature in Outlook, which we’ll cover at another time.
Adding a Background Picture
Open up a new email, click on the Options tab and then the Page Color drop-down button, and then the Fill Effects item at the bottom of the menu.
Note that you’ll need to have your email in HTML or Rich Text mode for this to work.
You can use the Textures or Patterns on the various tabs if you like, although none of them are that great.
Or you can choose a particular picture from the Picture tab by using the Select Picture button to browse and find a file. You’ll want to make sure to choose an image that can be tiled, and also make sure that it’s small since it’s going to be included in the email.
You’ll notice that this particular image doesn’t tile very well…
And since it’s not mostly dark or mostly light, the text is barely readable.
Instead you want to choose a background image that can tile and is either mostly dark or mostly light colored.
Of course, you should always use this feature with caution. Nobody wants to get some gigantic picture as the background image for an email.
#3 Add Background Color To Word 2007 Documents 16-03-2010 10:22
Add Background Color To Word 2007 Documents
Instead of using the standard white background with Word documents, here is how to add some background color to spice up your documents.
Open your word document and choose Page Layout on the Ribbon, then select page color to select the background color you want.
The nice thing about Word 2007 is you just need to hover the mouse over each color to see a preview of how it will look in the document. Select the background color you want and you are done.
#4 Add Background Pictures To Excel 2007 Worksheets 16-03-2010 10:23
Add Background Pictures To Excel 2007 Worksheets
Chart, numbers, worksheets … at a business presentation it can get rather monotonous looking at the same data sheets. Here is a way to add background graphics to your Excel spreadsheets to spice up those meetings.
First, open the spreadsheet you want to add the background to.
On the Ribbon click on Page Layout and select background.
This pops up the Sheet Background screen where you can select the background image you want to use. Once you have chosen your background click the Insert button.
Now you have a background to your spreadsheet. You may have to adjust some of the fonts and colors depending upon the background image.
Editor’s note: Might want to choose either a really dark or really light colored image.
#5 Add Effects To Your Pictures in Word 2007 16-03-2010 10:24
Add Effects To Your Pictures in Word 2007
Word 2007 has a ton of great effects that can be added to pictures in your documents, and they are all quickly accessible via the Format tab on the Ribbon.
For instance, if you want to add a border to your picture, just click the Picture Border drop-down button, where you can change the type of border you want, the colors, or the line thickness.
You can take this even a step further and add glowing effects or even 3D effects to your pictures by using the Picture Effects drop-down button.
What’s great about this feature is that as you move your mouse over each option, it will automatically show you a preview in the document.
As you can see I got a bit carried away with these options! My advice is to experiment and have fun!
#6 Add Emphasis to Paragraphs with Drop Caps in Word 2007 16-03-2010 10:25
Add Emphasis to Paragraphs with Drop Caps in Word 2007
You can add emphasis to your Word 2007 documents by using Drop Caps… you know, those big letters at the beginning of a document or paragraph that make your document look really professional.
Click the beginning of the paragraph you want to emphasize. Then click the Insert tab on the Ribbon and choose Drop Cap. You can scroll to any of the three preset Drop Caps and the document will change with your choice. By default it will drop by three lines.
However, us geeks are never satisfied with default settings. You will notice in the screen above there is a choice for Drop Cap Options. In the options screen you can change the font, the number of lines to drop, and position.
Here is the result after choosing the stylish Old English font. (You might want to change the regular font to match)
This is a nice tip for adding 37 pieces of flair to your TPS reports, although using Drop Caps for every paragraph is probably overkill. Used sparingly however, I think it’s a nice creative touch!
#7 Add Line Numbers In Word 2007 Margins 16-03-2010 10:27
Add Line Numbers In Word 2007 Margins
All geeks love line numbers… you can even add line numbers in your Word 2007 documents with just a few steps.
Open your Word 2007 document and click the Page Layout tab on the ribbon. Click on Line Numbers and then Line Numbering Options…
You will now get The Page Setup dialog window. At the bottom of the page click on Line Numbers.
In the Line Numbers dialog box place a check in the Add line numbering box. Here you can select spacing between the text and line numbers what number to start at and the counting sequence. When you’re done choosing your settings click OK. Then Click OK again in the Page Setup dialog window.
That’s it! You now have numbering added to the margins in your document.
#8 Add More Functions To Office 2007 By Installing Add-Ins 16-03-2010 10:29
Add More Functions To Office 2007 By Installing Add-Ins
Sometimes in your daily work routine you might need some extra features from the Microsoft Office Suite. One way to get extra functionality is through Office Add-Ins. Sometimes these are bundled with Office but not included with the initial installation. These are easily accessed and installed. Here I will show how to install an add-in with Excel.
Open Excel and click on the Office Button and go to Excel Options and then Add-ins.
In the View and Manage Office Add-ins window, near the bottom. make sure “Excel Add-ins” is selected in the drop down box and click Go.
This will open up the Add-Ins window where you can select an appropriate package for your Excel tasks. If you highlight each Add-In you’re provided a quick description of what each one is.
In this instance I installed the Euro Currency Tools. After choosing the one you want click OK and accept the default
You will get a progress message while the add-in is installing.
After the add-in is installed it will be available in the Ribbon. In this case the Euro Currency Tool was place under the Formulas tab other add-ins may vary.
Other times you can install an add-in from downloading an executable from the Microsoft Office site. For Instance previously I wrote about the Save to PDF add-in for Word 2007. Another one I featured was adding a Creative Commons license to documents.
Of course there are also third party add-in programs that usually require purchasing a license after a trial period. You can add a bit of security by making sure add-ins are digitally signed. This is done through the Trust Center. Go to the Office Button \ Options \ Trust Center \ Trust Center Settings and finally Add-Ins.
Here you can add or change settings to your preference. You can even disable them all together.
#9 Add or Remove Apps from the Microsoft Office 2007 or 2010 Suite 16-03-2010 10:30
Add or Remove Apps from the Microsoft Office 2007 or 2010 Suite
When you installed MS Office 2007 or 2010, and didn’t do a customized installation, you might find there are some apps in the suite you don’t need or use. Here we take a look at how to add or remove those applications on your computer.
Add or Remove Features in Office 2007
By default, all of the features of the Office version will be installed. To uninstall some of them, pop in the Office 2007 disc and select Add or Remove Features then Continue.
Now go through the list of apps you no longer need and from the drop down select “Not Available” then click Continue. If you want to add a particular feature, select Run From My Computer.
After the configuration process completes, close out and those programs will be gone.
Add or Remove Features in Office 2010 Beta
Actually the process is much the same in 2010 as well. Start up the Office 2010 install and select Add or Remove Features and hit Continue.
Then again select the features you want to add or remove…
The process for adding or removing features is virtually the same in Office 2003 as well.
If there are features in Office you don’t need, or want to add, this is the best process to accomplish it.
#10 Add Page Numbers to Documents in Word 2007 & 2010 16-03-2010 10:32
Add Page Numbers to Documents in Word 2007 & 2010
If you’re creating a large document with several pages you might want to add page numbers to keep them in order. Today we show you how to add page numbers on your documents in Word 2007 & 2010.
Add Page Numbers in 2007
To add page numbers, open your Word document and click the Insert tab on the Ribbon and select Page Number. From here select where you want the page numbers to appear in the document and choose from the gallery of page number formats.
In this example we selected the “Bold Numbers 1” format for the Footer, and after selected they will appear in the document.
After you’ve selected the page number format Headers & Footer Tools open in the Design tab. From here you can change different options such as Different Odd & Even Pages.
If you go to Print Preview, you can see how the page numbers will look when the document is printed out. If it doesn’t look how you like it, you can close out of Print Preview and choose another.
The process is virtually identical in Word 2010 as well. The only difference is when you view it in Print Preview, you’ll have more options offered in Backstage view.
The only difference is when you view it in Print Preview, you’ll have more options offered in Backstage view.
That is really all there is to it. The next time you have a large document with several pages, you’ll be able to insert page numbers to help people keep track of the data.
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