Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Chapter Summary
2
Tap or click the Settings charm
on the Charms bar to display the
Settings menu (Figure 99).
Settings menu
Help command
Figure 99
3
Tap or click Help to open the
Windows Help and Support
window (Figure 100).
Windows Help and
Support window
Close button
4
After reviewing the Windows
Help and Support window, tap
or click the Close button to close
the Windows Help and Support
window.
Figure 100
Other Ways
1. Press WINDOWS + F1
BTW
Certication
The Microsoft office Specialist (MOS)
program provides an opportunity for you
to obtain a valuable industry credential —
proof that you have the Microsoft office
2013 skills required by employers. For
more information, visit the Certication
resource on the Student Companion Site
located on www.cengagebrain.com. For
detailed instructions about accessing
available resources, visit www.cengage
.com/ct/studentdownload or contact your
instructor for information about accessing
the required les.
T O U SE W INDOWS H ELP AND S UPPORT WITH W INDOWS 7
If you are using Windows 7, perform these steps to start Windows
Help and Support instead of the previous steps that use Windows 8.
1. Click the Start button on the taskbar to display the Start menu.
2. Click Help and Support on the Start menu to open the
Windows Help and Support window.
3. After reviewing the Windows Help and Support window, click
the Close button to exit Windows Help and Support.
Chapter Summary
BTW
Quick Reference
For a table that lists how to complete the
tasks covered in this topic using touch
gestures, the mouse, ribbon, shortcut menu,
and keyboard, see the Quick Reference
Summary at the back of this topic, or
visit the Quick Reference resource on the
Student Companion Site located on www
.cengagebrain.com. For detailed instructions
about accessing available resources, visit
www.cengage.com/ct/studentdownload
or contact your instructor for information
about accessing the required les.
In this chapter, you learned how to use the Windows interface, several touch
screen and mouse operations, and le and folder management. You also
learned some basic features of Excel and discovered the common elements
that exist among Microsoft office apps. The items listed below include all of
the new Windows and Excel skills you have learned in this chapter, with the
tasks grouped by activity.
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