How to use synonyms in Word 2010?

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Learn how to use synonyms in Microsoft Word 2010

To replace a word with the synonym just mark the word and then right click and select “Synonyms”. Here Word gives me a number of other options that I can use in my text and in this case I will replace improvements with enhancements.

If you would like to see even more options than these synonyms provided in the menu you can choose to open up the thesaurus. To do that click on a word, in this case, I will choose appear and choose “Synonyms” but go to the end where you have the thesaurus.

Here you see that we now have even more options to replace the word.

In this case, I will choose to replace appear with emerge, so I will click the drop-down menu and click “Insert”.

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