Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
GETTING STARTED WITH MICROSOFT OFFICE 2010 Preparing a Meeting Agenda
VISUAL OVERVIEW
The File tab opens
Backstage view , which
provides access to file-level
options and program
settings.
The Ribbon is the main set
of commands you click to
execute tasks. It is organized
into tabs and groups.
The Ribbon is organized into
tabs. Each tab has commands
related to particular activities
or tasks.
Buttons for related c ommands
are organized on a tab in
groups . The buttons in this
group can be used to change
the appearance of paragraphs.
The Quick Access Toolbar
provides one-click access to
commonly used commands,
such as Save, Undo, and
Repeat.
A button , or icon, provides
one-click access to a
command. This button
underlines text.
The insertio n point
shows wher e characters
will appear when you
start to type.
The workspace is the area
that displays the file you
are working on (a Word
document, an Excel
workbook, and so on).
The status bar provides
information about the
program, open file, or
current task or selection. It
also contains buttons and
other controls for working
with the file a nd its content.
You can click a program
button on t he taskbar
to switch be tween open
files and pr ograms.
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