Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Opening an Existing Document
Opening an Existing
Document
Opening an Existing Document
Say you’re working on a report. You created the document, typed in some text, saved
it, and closed it when you left work for the day. The next morning, you’re ready to
crack it open again. Here’s how to find the document you want and open it, so you
can get back to work:
1. ClickFile Open.(Ctrl+OorAlt,F,O.)
The Open dialog box, shown in Figure 1-8, appears.
2. Navigatetothefolderandfileyouwanttoopen.
When you double-click a folder, Word displays its contents in the center pane.
Select a file by clicking its name.
3. ClickOpen.
Word opens the document.
Figure 1-8:
To open a document,
navigate to the file
you want and click
the lower-right Open
button.
Tip: For a shortcut to opening a document you’ve worked with recently, click File➝Recent (Alt, F, R) to
see a list of recent files. Click any file (or, if you’re using keyboard shortcuts, type its number) to open
the document.
 
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