Word provides different document views and as in most things, a change in…perspective can make all the difference in the world.…You might want to use Outline View when you're planning a project.…Draft View when you're cranking out the words fast and furious.…And then go to Print Layout View when you're getting close to the end and you…want to visualize the printed page. Now, when you first start up Word, you're…in the Print Layout View. And in Print Layout View, you see the…edges of the page and you see the margins and your see document pretty much as it's…going to look when it gets printed out. The View controls are down over here and…this is Print Layout View and you can see that that button is highlighted.…
Now over on the other side of this bar there are a couple interesting tools.…One shows you the page number and the number of pages.…If you click on that it brings up this dialog box, which in addition to having…Find and Replace commands on there, it has this Go To command.…And you can go to a specific page by selecting Page here, and typing in the…
- Exploring the Ribbon
- Creating a document from a template
- Saving different file formats
- Editing text with Cut, Copy, and Paste
- Adding tab stops to the ruler
- Finding and replacing text
- Working with header and footer text
- Using Word styles
- Creating bulleted and numbered lists
- Adding a table of contents or index
- Restricting editing
- Printing documents, envelopes, and labels
Skill Level Beginner
1. Understanding Word and Its User Interface
2. Working with Text
3. Setting Up Your Document
4. Changing the View
5. Formatting Words and Paragraphs
6. Adding Media to Documents
7. Working with Long Documents
8. Collaborating with Others
9. Printing and Sharing Documents
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