MongoDB is a popular NoSQL database that is designed to handle large amounts of unstructured data, including images.
In this tutorial, we’ll discuss the Adjust group of Picture Format tab. You’ll learn, how to improve the brightness, contrast, or sharpness of the picture; adjust picture colors to improve quality; make a color (or all colors) in the current picture transparent; make pictures look like a sketch or painting; reduce document size by compressing pictures; reset a picture to undo all changes made by you.
If you want to remove the background on an image, you don’t need a separate program to accomplish this task. Microsoft Office comes with a great feature to remove the background on an image so you can remove the background from a picture easily.
In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to insert pictures, drawings, screenshots, charts, and diagrams in your Word document from your computer or OneDrive, or search the web for the right-graphic object.
A table of contents (commonly referred to as a TOC) is a list of headings and subheadings to help readers locate specific information in the document. To create a TOC, you can use Word’s built-in heading styles, or you can create your own heading styles by setting paragraph levels.
In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to insert and delete columns, rows, and cells in the table.
In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to perform calculations with the numbers in a Word table and how to perform calculations with the bookmarked numbers in paragraphs by using the Formula field.
Learn how to align the entire table, align text horizontally or vertically in cells, rotate the text in a cell and change default cell margins.
In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to split a table into two separate tables, use “Allow row to break across pages” option in the Table Properties, and merge, split or move cells, rows and columns.
Microsoft Word splits the large table between multiple pages, but the header row appears only at the start of the table. Follow these steps to repeat the header row at the start of each page: