Join Tim Grey for an in-depth discussion in this video Printing a document, part of Up and Running with Word 2010.
For many documents the method of sharing that you're likely to use is simply …printing that document. Once you've added text and perhaps images …and then formatted the various elements within your document, you may very well …want to print it. And that can be very easy to do within Word. …Let's take a look at a couple of options for actually printing a document. …First off is the Quick Print option, and up at the top left, you'll notice that we …have some shortcut buttons that allow us to access commonly used features. …And I have the Quick Print option available.…
If you don't have that option, you can simply click on the popup arrow to the …right, and then choose which specific options you'd like to include on this …Quick Access toolbar. And you'll notice that I have Quick Print …checked, and so that enables me to access the Quick Print feature. …And so if my document is ready to print, and my default printer is the printer …that I want to use, with the Default settings, I can simply click that button …
- Saving and opening documents
- Selecting and formatting text
- Undoing and redoing
- Creating bulleted and numbered lists
- Adding images and tables
- Updating images with effects and adjustments
- Finding and replacing text
- Tracking changes to documents
- Printing and sharing documents
Skill Level Appropriate for all
1. Getting Started with Microsoft Word
2. Text Formatting
3. Page and Paragraph Formatting
4. Adding Sophistication to Documents
5. Reviewing Documents
Finding and replacing text2m 44s
6. Printing and Sharing Documents
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