In addition to the spell checking and grammar checking tools that Microsoft Word offers, there is also the Word thesaurus we can take advantage of to improve our documents. Using the thesaurus, you can find synonyms (different words with the same meaning) and antonyms (words with the opposite meaning).How do I find thesaurus in Microsoft Word?
If, for example, your document is in French and you want synonyms, do this: In Word 2007, click Research options in the Research task pane, and then under Reference Books, select the thesaurus options that you want. In Word 2010 or Word 2013, on the Review tab, click Research.How to use the Synonym Dictionary in Microsoft Word?
The synonym dictionary in Word, also known as the thesaurus, can help you in such cases. Right-click on the word in the text and hover over the “Synonyms” submenu. Word will display a list of alternative terms with the similar meaning. Click on the appropriate synonym to replace the original word in the text.Where can I find thesaurus in the drop down menu?
This option is near the middle of the drop-down menu. You should see a window pop out to the left or right of the drop-down menu. Click Thesaurus. It's near the bottom of the pop-out window. You can also click a word in the pop-out menu, since the words listed here are synonyms for your selected word.