Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Open a File
Open a File
You can open documents that you have created and saved previously in order to continue adding
data or to edit existing data, regardless of where you store the files. If you are not sure where
you saved a file, you can use the Open dialog box’s Search function to locate it.
New to Word 2013, you can open and edit PDF files. However, editing a PDF file in Word works best if
you used Word to create the original PDF file. If you used a different program to create the PDF file,
you will find that Word has difficulty maintaining the file’s formatting.
Open a File
1 Click the File tab.
Backstage view appears.
2 Click Open .
A Recently opened documents
appear here. If you see the
file you want to open, you
can click it to open it and
skip the rest of these steps.
3 Click the place where you
believe the document is
stored. This example uses
Computer .
Note: If you choose the wrong
place, you can search for the file.
B If the folder containing the
document appears here, click
it and skip to Step .
4 Click Browse .
Search JabSto ::

Custom Search