Join Jess Stratton for an in-depth discussion in this video Exploring the Word interface, part of Office for iPad and iPhone Essential Training.
…Once you have a document open,…let's go through the navigation starting at the top left.…The arrow with a circle around it will return you to the main screen where you…can view your account, open a recent doc, or create a new one.…The paper icon will give you properties about your actual file such as saving it,…printing it, duplicating it, and viewing the properties to see the file size.…The left and…right arrows are undo and redo, to undo the last action you did in your document.…In the top center is the familiar ribbon interface on the desktop version of Word.…
The Home tab, which it defaults to and is the one that's currently selected,…is your most commonly used elements, such as the front properties,…you can boldface and underline text, you can set your justification and…bullets and numbering, tap on the Insert tab,…to go to insert things like line and page breaks, tables, shapes, and hyperlinks.…You'll see right underneath where it says Insert,…that now the items have changed and you can now do new things.…
- Installing Office for iPad
- Exploring the interface
- Creating new documents, spreadsheets, and presentations
- Changing the page layout in Word
- Inserting pictures and charts in Excel
- Adding slide transitions in PowerPoint
- Collaborating in Office for iPad and iPhone
Skill Level Beginner
1. Word for iPad
2. Excel for iPad
3. PowerPoint for iPad
4. Outlook for iPad
4. Collaborating with Office for iPad
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