Most of your Word documents are likely set in standard, drab Times New Roman or Calibri typography, perhaps with the occasional cheesy Word Art thrown in for variety. Yet Word actually includes a number of text effect tools that give you everything you need to make beautiful art from your words.
There are Word documents that you can edit, and then there are PDFs.
When you’re creating or editing a long document, you’ll probably have to create a table of contents. That might sound like a chore, but fortunately, you can do it in just a few clicks. Then, if you change the document, Word can update the table of content instantly.
When you want to format text in Microsoft Word, you can do it manually, by selecting font, size, color, alignment and other attributes, but you’ll often find it easier to apply formatting with Word document styles.