Word Document Recovery

4 Ways to Quickly Add Multiple Rows or Columns to an Existing Word Table

In this article, we would like to introduce you with 4 ways to quickly add multiple rows or columns to an existing Word table. Every so often, we would find additional rows or columns are needed for an existing table. Certainly, there are a number of methods to realize it. And we here provide you 4 quick ways to do that. Method 1: Add Multiple Rows with “Tab” Key Firstly, put your cursor outside the end of the last row of a table. Then press “Tab” key to get as many rows as...

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2 Practical Ways to Protect Your Word Document by Marking It as the Final Version

In this post, there are 2 practical ways for you to mark your Word document as final version so as to safeguard them against editing. Data security has grown to be a hot issue nowadays. So today, let’s take a look at actions to protect our Word document. Our idea here is to mark the document as final version. And there will be 2 different methods in the coming contents. Method 1: Use User Command First and foremost, open the target file and click “File” tab. Then click...

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4 Handy Ways to Get the Total Count of Images in Your Word Document

In this article, we want to share 4 handy ways with you to get the total count of images in your Word document quickly and correctly. Every now and then, a document will require multiple images to make it more professional. However, if you are a guy like me who prefer to insert images right after finishing editing, then you will probably worry about whether you’ve left one or two accidentally. Consequently, you will have to scroll up and down painstakingly to check out the total number of...

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