Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Chapter 1: Speed Techniques for Using Word
Title bar: At the top of the screen, the title bar tells you the name of the
document you’re working on.
Help button: Clicking this button (or pressing F1) opens the Help program.
Full Screen Mode button: Clicking this button switches to Full Screen
mode so that you can get a better look at your document. See “Viewing
documents in different ways,” later in this chapter.
Minimize, Restore, Close buttons: These three magic buttons make it
very easy to shrink, enlarge, and close the window you are working in.
File tab: Go to the File tab to do file-management tasks.
The Ribbon: Select a tab on the Ribbon to undertake a new task. (Book I,
Chapter 1 explains the Ribbon in detail, and Book IX, Chapter 1 explains
how to customize the Ribbon.)
Status bar: The status bar gives you basic information about where you
are and what you’re doing in a document. It tells you what page and
what section you’re in, and the total number of pages and words in your
document. Book IX, Chapter 1 explains how to customize the status bar.
View buttons: Click one of these buttons — Read Mode, Print Layout, or
Web Layout — to change your view of a document.
Zoom controls: Use these controls to zoom in and out on your work.
Figure 1-1:
The Word
screen.
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