you should add wrap text for pictures as its difficult to do work with your picture's taking up half the page30 votes
We’ve now added the ability to wrap text around a picture! You can find this option by selecting an image on your document, clicking the Picture Tools Format ribbon tab and selecting Wrap Text. You have options for wrapping square right/left, and in front or behind of text. Enjoy!
I would like to bullet in depth like 188.8.131.52. This is able to be done in word 2010 and word 2013 desktop app. I think it would just need to be added to word online so we can collaborate. This is available in google docs so I am sure you can do it!27 votes
Good news – we’ve added support for multi-level lists (ex: 1.2, 1.2.1, 184.108.40.206) earlier this year. We also have a new list styles gallery.
Try it out today in Word Online at https://word.office.com!
Hi! I've been using word (and office included) for more than a decade now. From PC to MAC, I've been using it interchangeably on both platforms. Now that I have a chromebook and has been a fan of using this very portable and affordable device, I hope you guys can make a chrome OS compatible version! This will be very helpful since I bring my chromebook almost everywhere bec of it's portability. Thanks!13 votes
Thanks for your feedback. As noted in the previous response, Word Online can run on your chromebook via the Chrome browser. Let us know if this doesn’t resolve your issue.
So frustrating not being able to CROP or TRIM an inserted picture!!
Come on guys!98 votes
Thanks for the feedback everyone, we have great news to share.
Now you can crop, rotate, drag-and-drop, and text wrap images using Word Online to make your document standout.
Try these new features out today at https://word.office.com!
We’re continually improving Word Online so please continue to leave us feedback. Happy holidays!
Add Page Break option
Easier to create a page in between 2 written pages, or if one would like to start a new page without having to use a full page.1 vote
Thank you for your feedback! Word Online actually supports that feature today. To use it, you can navigate to the “Insert” tab, click on “Page Break”. To see how the page break looks in your document, you can navigate to the “View” tab and click on “Reading View”. Please let us know if you have further questions.
Capitalization of the first letter in the sentence should be automatic. It's such a small thing, but it really makes a tremendous difference.17 votes
We’ve made several improvements to Word Online’s auto-correct functionality over the past year. You should see the first letter of a sentence automatically capitalized when you type now! Thanks for the suggestion and keep them coming!
It is really unacceptable to only be able to Download or save as a PDF. We must be able to "save as" to a OneDrive folder. This is a step backwards in capability. How do we explain to users that you can't "save as to a Word document in another folder?" See this picture https://onedrive.live.com/redir?resid=D1EC3FDAF8263BB9!46474&authkey=!AEslMi34e9xWsN0&v=3&ithint=photo%2cJPG16 votes
Thanks for your feedback. Word Online now allows you to do a Save As in order to save a copy of your online document.
Let us know if this doesn’t solve your issue.
Word Online needs to have the "page width" view option - I can barely see what I am typing on my small screen.2 votes
Format Painter ribbon is frequently used to format the document.8 votes
Format Painter has been shipped and is available in Word Online!
when people are in read-only mode, he/she may have requests to copy content out then paste to other places15 votes
Thanks again for your feedback. Let us know if the improvements mentioned in the previous comment does not resolve your issue.
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