Learn how to access and use auto-saved versions of a Word 2010 document. Author Jen McBee demonstrates how to change the AutoSave option so that versions are saved at a faster rate and discusses why that is important.
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- [Instructor] Often, when we're working on a document,…we may want to review previous versions of the document.…Some users will save each version of the document…as draft one, draft two, et cetera,…creating separate copies of the same document…at various stages.…You might not have to do that anymore.…Word 2010 supports saving multiple versions…of your documents within a single file.…How often versions are saved…is determined by the AutoSave settings in Options.…On the Word 2010 MOS exam,…you may be asked to change the AutoSave settings…in Options, recover unsaved versions of documents,…or compare multiple versions of documents.…
In this video, we will review how to configure…AutoSave and how to compare versions.…Then, you'll be prepared to tackle…any document version questions on the MOS exam…that you may encounter.…I have the 02_05 document open,…so if you're ready, let's get started.…First, let's go to backstage…and configure our AutoSave options.…File, Options,…and we'll go to the Save tab.…
This is the option that we're gonna focus on,…
Explore the Microsoft certification program and then walk through all the exam objectives in detail. Learn about sharing and maintaining documents, formatting content, applying page layout and reusable content, including illustrations and graphics, proofreading documents, applying references and hyperlinks, and performing mail merge operations. Get hands-on experience with free downloadable practice files and take the challenges to test your skills. The course wraps with a full-length, 50-minute practice exam.
- Preparing for the exam
- Creating new Word documents
- Protecting and sharing documents
- Formatting content using font and paragraph attributes
- Creating tables and custom bullet characters
- Inserting breaks, headers and footers, and watermarks
- Adding and formatting illustrations, graphics, and SmartArt
- Creating Quick Parts from existing objects
- Proofreading documents and configuring AutoCorrect
- Applying endnotes, footnotes, and hyperlinks
- Setting up and executing a mail merge
- Taking a full-length practice exam
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) Exam Overview
Prepare for the exam2m 49s
2. Creating, Sharing, and Maintaining Documents
3. Format Content
4. Applying Page Layout and Reusable Content
5. Including Illustrations and Graphics
6. Proofreading Documents
7. Applying References and Hyperlinks
Insert and edit hyperlinks4m 31s
8. Performing Mail Merge Operations
9. Practice Exam
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