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17 Customizing Word
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Customizing Word
In this section:
You can customize almost every part of Microsoft Word 2013 to match
Customizing the screen
your preferences, no matter how unique your work requirement and
methods might be. The tabs, groups, and tools on the ribbon; the buttons
on the Quick Access Toolbar; and the default locations of document files
can all be modified.
Customizing the keyboard
Customizing the Quick Access Toolbar
Customizing the ribbon
Setting general options
In addition, the Word Options dialog box contains settings that modify
the way Word 2013 displays, prints, saves, and edits documents. You can
control how your spelling and grammar are checked, and you can protect
your documents against possible loss of data.
Controlling what is displayed and
printed
Setting spelling and grammar options
Changing the default file format for
saving documents
Styles are central to the way Word documents are formatted, and differ-
ent types of documents need different groups of styles. By learning to
use the Manage Styles dialog box, you can control which styles appear in
the Styles pane and the Quick Style gallery on the Home tab. You can also
determine the order in which they are sorted.
Working with advanced options
Managing styles
Recording macros
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