Our Free Microsoft Word Tutorials

Below you’ll find links to our step-by-step Microsoft Word tutorials that will help get you to Happy Hour. To find a specific tutorial on this page use the Find shortcut.

  • Ctrl+F on a PC
  • Cmd+F on a Mac

I’m using the latest version of Microsoft Office (Microsoft 365). To learn more about the Microsoft Office 365 subscription, check it out here.

Note: To keep your Word skills up-to-date, I recommend bookmarking this page as we will regularly be adding additional step-by-step guides and tutorials.

Converting Word to PDF (and PDF to Word)

Working with PDF files is something that every professional needs to do. See how to effortlessly move between the Word and PDF file formats in our blog posts below.

If you are working in PowerPoint instead, you can learn the ins and outs of converting PowerPoint to the PDF file format here.

Working with Text

Formatting text in Word is usually straightforward. However, there are a few areas that are less than obvious. That is why we’ve created step-by-step tutorials to help you out with the following:

Clearing Formatting in Word

An overlooked aspect of formatting Word documents is removing formatting that you no longer want. Check out the following blog posts for help with this in Word.

Working with Comments in Word

Adding comments is a great way to mark up your Word documents for review without having to actually edit the underlying content of your document. Follow the step-by-step tutorials below to master working with comments in Word.

Converting Word to PowerPoint

If you format your Word documents properly, you can quickly and easily convert your Word documents into PowerPoint slides, and vice versa.

The key is to first format your Word document properly, which is also the secret to creating a table of contents in Word.

Once you’ve properly formatted your document, you can follow the step-by-step guides below.

Critical Keyboard Shortcuts

Keyboard shortcuts are the fastest way to double your productivity in PowerPoint, Word, and Excel. Below are important keyboard shortcuts to master.

If you are using a PC version of Microsoft Windows, I also recommend checking out what does Alt+F4 do?