Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Exploring the Backstage View
Figure 1-7
Make command selections using the keyboard.
Press a letter to select a tab on the Ribbon;
for this example, press P. The application
displays the appropriate tab and letters for
each command on that tab.
Press a letter or use the arrow keys on the
keyboard to select an option. If you use the
arrow keys, press the Enter key after making
a selection. The application performs the
command you selected, applying the option
you chose.
Press a letter or letters to select a command.
The application displays options for the
command you selected.
Change Focus
Step Backwards
Press F6 to change the focus of the program,
switching between the document, the status
bar, and the Ribbon.
Press the Escape key to revert the keyboard
controls back one step.
Exploring the Backstage View
New to Office 2010 is the Backstage
view, which appears under the File tab. It
contains many file-related choices such as
Save, Open, and Print. But, the Backstage view is
more than just a menu. It’s a full information center.
umn is where you see the file commands and
represents actions you can select. The second column
currently displays tasks relative to, in this case, the
file Capital Budget. As you make selections from
the first column, the choices in the second column
change. The third column contains information
about the current document including the author,
the file creation and modification dates, file size,
and other document properties.
Take a look at Figure 1-8. With a document open,
in this example an Excel file called Capital Budget,
you see three columns of information. The first
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