Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Creating a Business Letter
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Specialist (MOS) program
provides an opportunity
for you to obtain a
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credential — proof that you
have the Word 2010 skills
required by employers.
For more information,
visit the Word 2010
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(scsite.com/wd2010/cert).
To Enter More Text
The following steps enter the remainder of text in the letter.
Press the ENTER key and then type the paragraph shown in Figure 3– 76, making certain
you use the building block name, wtr, to insert the advertiser name.
1
2
If necessary, remove the hyperlink from the e-mail address by right-clicking the e-mail
address and then clicking Remove Hyperlink on the shortcut menu. Press the END key to
position the insertion point at the end of the line.
3
Press the ENTER key twice. Press the TAB key to position the insertion point at the 4" mark
on the ruler. Type Sincerely, and then press the ENTER key four times.
4
Press the TAB key to position the insertion point at the 4" mark on the ruler. Type Frank
Urbanczyk and then press the ENTER key.
5
Press the TAB key to position the insertion point at the 4" mark on the ruler. Type
President as the i nal text in the business letter (Figure 3– 76).
paragraph
entered
remainder
of cover
letter
entered
Figure 3– 76
To Change Document Properties, Save the Document Again,
and Print It
Conserving Ink
and Toner
If you want to conserve ink
or toner, you can instruct
Word to print draft quality
documents by clicking
File on the Ribbon to
open the Backstage view,
clicking Options in the
Backstage view to display
the Word Options dialog
box, clicking Advanced
in the left pane (Word
Options dialog box),
scrolling to the Print area
in the right pane, placing
a check mark in the ‘Use
draft quality’ check box,
and then clicking the OK
button. Then, use the
Backstage view to print
the document as usual.
Before saving the letter again, you want to add your name and course and section
as document properties. The following steps change document properties, save the
document again, and then print the document.
1
Display the Document Information Panel in the Word document window. If necessary,
enter your name in the Author property, and enter your course and section in the Subject
property. Close the Document Information Panel.
2
Click the Save button on the Quick Access Toolbar to overwrite the previously saved i le.
3
Open the Backstage view and then click the Print tab in the Backstage view to display the
Print gallery.
4
Verify the printer name that appears on the Printer Status button will print a hard
copy of the document. If necessary, click the Printer Status button to display a list of
available printer options and then click the desired printer to change the currently
selected printer.
5
Click the Print button in the Print gallery to print the letter on the currently selected
printer (shown in Figure 3– 1 on page WD 139).
 
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