Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Chapter 1: Speed Techniques for Using Word
Chapter 1: Speed Techniques
for Using Word
In This Chapter
Getting acquainted with the Word screen
Creating a Word document
Changing your view of a document
Selecting text so that you can copy, move, or delete it
Getting from place to place in long documents
Pasting one Word document into another
Creating data-entry forms
This chapter explains shortcuts and commands that can help you become
a speedy user of Word 2013. Everything in this chapter was put here so
that you can get off work earlier and take the slow, scenic route home. Starting
here, you discover how to create and change your view of documents. You
find out how to select text, get from place to place, and mark your place in long
documents. You also explore how to insert one document into another and
create data-entry forms to make entering information a little easier.
Book I, Chapter 2 explains the basics of entering and formatting text in Word
2013 and the other Office 2013 applications.
Introducing the Word Screen
Seeing the Word screen for the first time is like trying to find your way
through Tokyo’s busy Ikebukuro subway station. It’s intimidating. But when
you start using Word, you quickly learn what everything is. To help you get
going, Figure 1-1 shows you the different parts of the screen. Here are
shorthand descriptions of these screen parts:
Word button: In the upper-left corner of the screen, the Word button
offers a menu for restoring, moving, sizing, minimizing, maximizing, and
closing the Word window.
Quick Access toolbar: This toolbar offers the Save, Undo, and Repeat
buttons. Wherever you go in Word, you see the Quick Access toolbar.
Book I, Chapter 1 explains the toolbar in detail; Book IX, Chapter 1
explains how to customize and move the Quick Access toolbar.
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