Get more help, from start to finish
Going from a blank page to a polished document is easier than ever with innovative ways to research information and improve your skills. Tooltip about feature availability

Do all your work in Word
Research without distraction by accessing credible sources right within your Word document. Explore material related to your topic and add what you want—and its properly formatted citation—in one click, with Researcher. Tooltip about using the Researcher feature

Proofing tools that go above and beyond
Get help making the finishing touches with Editor, an advanced proofing tool that not only checks for spelling and grammar, but makes style suggestions to help you improve your writing. Tooltip about using the Editor feature

Work together in real time
You and your team can chat and co-author documents in real time with Skype integrated into Word. As you make changes to your documents, you can revert back to earlier drafts with the improved version history. Tooltip about using Skype

Keep everyone on the same page
Use track changes, and share your thoughts by commenting right next to the text you’re discussing. Everyone can add to the conversation and stay on top of changes to the text, layout, and formatting.

Sharing is simplified
Share with a click of a button to quickly invite others to edit or view your documents. Easily manage access permissions and see who’s working in a document.

Create more impactful documents
Customize your document your way with robust formatting tools that enable you to create effective documents, easier. Word gives you the capabilities to design your document to meet your specific needs.

Work with PDFs
Here’s a time-saver you’ll really like: open a PDF in Word on your desktop, and edit content—like paragraphs, lists, and tables—as if you created them in Word. And you can save them as a PDF or Word document.

Find the right command in seconds with Tell Me
It’s easier than ever to find the feature you need. Just type what you want to do in the intelligent “Tell me what you want to do” search box, and Word will take you to the command you’re looking for.