Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Part II: Working with Word
In this part . . .
Almost everyone needs to use a word processor to
write a letter, jot down some notes from a meeting
or class, or create a report. Although this latest
incarnation of Word may look and feel familiar to anyone who has
used a word processor, you’ll find that Word 2010
contains dozens of useful features that this part of the book
will help you discover and use for your everyday life.
You’ll learn simple tasks such as formatting text quickly
and checking your spelling and grammar. Then you’ll
learn about Word’s page design features for creating
headers and footers (to display page numbers or titles),
dividing a page into multiple columns, and using tables to
organize and display data.
You’ll find that you can use Word as a simple word
processor or as a more complicated page layout program.
Whatever you want to create that involves words and
pictures, you’ll find that Word can help you turn your ideas
into a printed page faster and easier than ever.