Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Working with Files
colChapter 1
Discovering Office Common Features
Click the File tab to close the Backstage view and
return to your open file.
File tab
Figure 1-8
Backstage view.
Now click the Print option from the first column.
As you see in Figure 1-9, the second column
changes and now displays options related to
Printing. If you click the Recent button, you see a
list of documents you recently worked with. You
can click any document to open it. See “Opening
an Existing File” file later in this chapter.
Figure 1-9
Viewing the Print options.
Don’t Click the X
Don’t click the Close box (X) in Backstage
view. Doing so closes the entire application.
Working with Files
Whenever you work with an Office
application, the application is creating a
file. In Word, you create a document file;
in Excel, a workbook file; in PowerPoint, a
presentation file; in Access, a database file, and in
Publisher, a publication file. You can create the file
and just throw it away when you’re finished or you
can save it on a disk drive for future reference.
Saving a File
The first time you save your file, the application
prompts you for a name and a folder in which to
save it. Click the File tab and choose Save or click the
Save button on the Quick Access Toolbar. The Save
As dialog box appears, as shown in Figure 1-10.
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