Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Getting Started with Microsoft Office 2007
Table of Contents pane in the Help window
topic selected in the
Table of Contents
click to display
all the topic
cli c k to hide the Table
of Contents pane
click a book
click a topic
to display its
click a li n k to view
Trouble? If your search results list differs from the one shown in Figure 22, your
computer is not connected to the Internet or Microsoft has updated the list of
available Help topics since this topic was published. Continue with Step 4.
4. Click Using Microsoft Office Online in the Table of Contents pane, click the Get
online Help, templates, training, and additional content topic to display infor-
mation about that topic, and then read the information.
5. Click the links within this topic and read the information.
6. Click the Close button
on the Help window title bar to close the window.
Printing a File
At times, you’ll want a paper copy of your Office file. The first time you print during each
session at the computer, you should use the Print command to open the Print dialog box so
you can verify or adjust the printing settings. You can select a printer, the number of copies
to print, the portion of the file to print, and so forth; the printing settings vary slightly from
program to program. If you want to use the same default settings for subsequent print jobs,
you can use the Quick Print button to print without opening the dialog box.
Printing a File
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• Click the Office Button, and then click Print.
• Verify the print settings in the Print dialog box.
• Click the OK button.
• Click the Office Button, point to Print, and then click Quick Print.
Now that you know how to print, you’ll print the agenda for Ean.