Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
What’s Next?
If you have installed more than one language and keyboard preference for your
version of Word 2010, the language you have selected as the default appears in
the status bar to the right of the proofing indicator. Click this option to display the
Language dialog box and choose the language used for the spelling and grammar
checker.
In addition to the controls that show in the status bar by default, you can add or remove
options by right-clicking anywhere on the bar. The Customize Status Bar list appears,
presenting statistics about your document and showing you which features are currently
enabled (see Figure 1-23). Additionally, the Customize Status Bar list provides the status
of various elements that show you the status of the file; for example, in Figure 1-23, you
can see that there is no macro currently being recorded and that Permissions and Track
Changes are both turned off for the current file.
Figure 1-23 The Customize Status Bar list displays the status of various features in your
document and enables you to add or remove additional options.
What’s Next?
This chapter introduced you to some of the leading new features in Word 2010, so now you
can begin to experiment with the program, whether you want to make good documents
look great, share your content easily with colleagues, or access your files from the Web. The
next chapter introduces you to Backstage view, where you can manage your files and
program information in one convenient place in Word 2010.
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