Category Archives: Word

How to Insert a Dummy Text in MS Word?

To do this:

1. Open Microsoft Word


2. Type any of the two:

  • =lorem(a,b)
  • =rand(a,b)

Note: “a” is the number of paragraph(s), and “b” is the number of sentence(s) per paragraph. And don’t include spaces in between.

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Removing Multiple Hyperlinks in MS Word

I had a document containing full of hyperlinks.

To remove it manually, I need to select first the word(s) that contains hyperlink, then right click, and select Remove Hyperlink.

Isn’t hard to remove hyperlinks in Word if your going to do it one by one? what if your document contains hundreds of hyperlinks?

Good thing we have a shortcut for that.

To do this:

1. Select All (Ctrl+A)

2. Press ( Ctrl +Shift + F9)

This shortcut is very powerful making it easy and makes your time efficient.

Add Background Image

This just a continuation of my previous post Remove Background. Remove background feature basically will just remove the part of the image you don’t want to see.

So here in this post, I’m going to teach you How to Add a Background to a removed background image.

Here’s an example of an image that has been manipulated by removing the background.


How to Add a Background?

1. Right Click and Select Format Picture and a window will appear


2. Select Fill from the left side


3. Select Picture or Texture Fill


4. Click File and search for the image you want to be the background


5. Then there you go!



Remove Background

No need for third party software! Done using Office 2010 onlySmile 

These set of pictures are in my second slide, to my entry “in 5 Slides”



Check out the original photos




How to use the Remove Background Feature:

1. Open {Word, Excel, PowerPoint}

2. Insert Picture  (Go to Insert Tab –> Select Insert Picture from the images group –> Select Picture you want to include)

3. Once the image is already there. Double Click the image and a Contextual tab will appear – the Format tab.

Format Tab

You can see the Remove Background feature at the left most part in the format tab.image

4. Select the remove background button. (The Purple color represents the area of the image to be removed)


5. You can mark areas to keep, remove, delete mark or discard all changes.

(+) Keep, (-) Remove


6. If you’re already satisfied with the image, just simply click Keep Changes, then there you go!


Next Topic: How to Add a Background Image in a Removed Background Image?

Word 2010 System Requirements

From Microsoft TechNet

Component Requirement
Computer and processor

500-megahertz (MHz) processor or higher


256 megabytes (MB) RAM; 512 MB RAM recommended for certain advanced functionality.

Hard Disk

2 gigabyte (GB) available disk space


1024 × 576 or higher resolution monitor

Video card requirements: Pixel Shader 20 and Vertex Shader 2.0. Driver date later than Nov. 1, 2004. WHQL certified.

Operating System

Windows XP with Service Pack (SP) 3 (32-bit), Windows Vista with SP1, Windows Server 2003 R2 with MSXML 6.0, Windows Server 2008 or later (32-bit or 64-bit), Windows 7 or later operating systems.


  • Certain inking features require running Windows XP Tablet PC edition or later; speech recognition functionality requires a close-talk microphone and audio output device.
  • Publications can be sent by using Office Outlook 2007, Outlook Express 6.0, or Windows Live Mail; recipients can view in a variety of e-mail clients and Web-based services.
  • Use of graphics hardware acceleration requires DirectX 9.0c compatible graphics card with drivers dated 11/1/2004 or later.
  • Internet Explorer 6 or later, 32-bit browser only. Internet functionality requires Internet access (fees might apply).
  • Actual requirements and product functionality might vary based on the system configuration and operating system. See (
  • Co-authoring requires Microsoft SharePoint Foundation 2010 or a Windows Live SkyDrive account, and might require more memory.
  • Grammar and contextual spelling in Word 2010 is not turned on unless the computer has 1 GB memory.