Research, edit, and design in Word 2016
Research a topic
With Researcher, you can search for a topic on the web, find credible research articles, and insert content and images - all from within your Word document.
On the References tab, select Researcher.
Type a topic in the Search box and press Enter.
Choose the resources that you'd like to use from the search results.
Researcher can help you prepare an outline, and add and edit citations in your document.
To learn more, see Research for your paper easily within Word.
Check spelling, grammar, and style with Editor
Word automatically checks spelling and grammar, and makes styles suggestions with Editor, marking misspelled words with a red squiggly underline, grammar mistakes with a blue double underline, and style suggestions with a gold dotted line.
Note: Editor is only available for Office 365 customers and comes in limited languages. The feature also includes an Accessibility Checker. To learn more, see Editor - your writing assistant.
Right-click the word and read the explanation.
Select a correction, or select Ignore.
Use Styles for headings, paragraphs, ... to apply a consistent font, font size, font color, and spacing throughout your document.
Select the words, paragraph, list or table that you want to apply a style to.
On the Home tab, in Styles, select the style that you want.
Select Styles Sets and Themes
Use Style Sets and Themes to add a professional look to your document.
On the Design tab, point to the different Style Sets and watch the formatting change automatically.
Select Themes, and choose a theme from the drop-down.
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