Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Chapter 3: Mastering Fundamental Operations
Mastering Fundamental
Understanding the file formats used by Office applications
Creating, saving, opening, and closing files
Choosing page and printer settings
Previewing and printing a file
Opening, selecting, and arranging windows
Undoing and redoing actions
Using Find and Replace, Go To, and spell checking
Using formatting and correction shortcuts
Previewing and applying styles
Switching between user accounts
Years ago, computer program developers began to standardize commands and functions, even in
programs with signifi cantly different purposes. Microsoft’s Offi ce suite was a pioneer in
meeting the needs of users by standardizing names for menus and commands and by placing
familiar tools in all of their applications. This chapter discusses features, commands, and tasks that
many of the Microsoft Offi ce 2013 applications have in common.
Working with Files
Computer fi les are part of a framework for managing data created and stored on a computer. When
you create information in a program, such as a letter, you save that information in a fi le and assign
the fi le a memorable name. When you want to work with the fi le at a later time, you can identify the
fi le by its name and subsequently open the fi le in the program. Although the ins and outs of creating
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