Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Task panes or panes
Offi ce task panes make commands available while still enabling you to type and make
selections in the document.
Some panes appear docked on the left or right side of the document window, whereas
others automatically appear undocked. You can undock a task pane by pointing to its title
until you see a four-arrow move mouse pointer, and then drag it to the desired location
with the mouse. Double-click a fl oating pane’s title to return it to its docked position. You
can display and size multiple task panes on-screen at any time. To close a pane, you can
click its Close (X) button at the upper right, or in some cases reselect the command you
used to toggle it on.
Other Word features that manifest as task panes include the Navigation pane, the Mail
Merge Wizard, Restrict Editing, Dictionary, the Clipboard, and the Reviewing Pane, among
others. Some of these task panes also appear in the other Offi ce applications, and the
other applications also include their own unique panes, such as the Animation Pane in
PowerPoint. Later chapters of the book introduce the various panes and when they come
into action.
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