Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
There are lots of different ways to start Word, but you can always
fi nd it by going through the Start menu.
You should save your work before you start, and keep saving regularly.
Your cursor shows you where any new characters or edits will appear.
You can reposition your cursor using the keyboard or mouse, so that you
can go back and change what you’ve written, or delete something.
You can select text using the keyboard or mouse. Once selected,
you can delete it, move it or format it.
The ribbon lays out the controls in Word. You click the tabs on the
top to bring different sets of controls to the front.
Cut and paste enables you to copy or move text around your
document, between documents or even between different programs.
To change the formatting or alignment of your text, select it and
then click the appropriate formatting option on the Home ribbon.
To reverse the last thing you did, use the Undo button.
Word’s built in spelling and grammar checker can help weed out
errors, but it’s not perfect. You can override it any time you want.
You can print your entire letter or choose specifi c pages.
Close Word using the X in the top-right corner.
You can open your fi les to work on them again by double-clicking
them in Windows, or using the File tab or Offi ce button to fi nd
recent fi les and Open others.
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