Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
T O C LOSE THE E NTIRE D OCUMENT AND S TART O VER
1. Click the Offi ce Button and then click Close.
2. If Word displays a dialog box, click the No button to ignore the changes since the last
time you saved the document.
3. Click the Offi ce Button and then click New on the Offi ce Button menu. When Word
displays the New Document dialog box, click Blank document and then click the
Create button.
Word Help
Word Help
The best way to become
familiar with Word Help
is to use it. Appendix C
includes detailed
information about
Word Help and exercises
that will help you gain
confi dence in using it.
At any time while using Word, you can fi nd answers to questions and display
information about various topics through Word Help . Used properly, this form of
assistance can increase your productivity and reduce your frustrations by minimizing the time
you spend learning how to use Word.
This section introduces you to Word Help. Additional information about using
Word Help is available in Appendix C.
To Search for Word Help
Using Word Help, you can search for information based on phrases such as save a document or format text, or
key terms such as copy, save, or format. Word Help responds with a list of search results displayed as links to a
variety of resources. The following steps, which use Word Help to search for information about selecting text, assume
you are connected to the Internet.
1
Word Help window
allows you to search
for information
based on phrases
or key terms
Click the Microsoft
Offi ce Word Help
button near the
upper-right corner of
the Word window to
open the Word Help
window.
Maximize
button
Microsoft
Offi ce Word
Help button
Type words
to search for
text box
Type select text
in the ‘Type words to
search for’ text box at
the top of the Word
Help window
(Figure 1–86).
Figure 1–86
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