Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Figure 8-2: The Open screen.
After the document is open, you can edit it, look at it, print it, or do whatever you want.
Opening a document doesn’t erase it from storage. In fact, the original copy of the file stays on
the storage system until you use the Save command to save the document again.
When you open a document, there’s no need to use the Save As command to save it again.
Simply use the Save command (shortcut: Ctrl+S). That’s because the document already has a
filename.
The shortcut key to get to the Open screen is Ctrl+O.
Right-click the Word icon on the taskbar, and you see the jump list pop up; choose a
recently opened file from that list.
 
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