In this video, learn how to access print options—such as selecting a printer, the number of copies, scaling, black and white printing, and even PDF printing—and print your document to share a hard copy with others.
- [Instructor] There may still be times…when you want to share a document the old fashioned way…and that is to produce a hard copy or print.…That's what we're going to do in this movie.…With any document open, including the one we created,…our Red 30 Tech User Conference 2019 document,…just go up here to the file tab and select print.…This is going to look different from the desktop versions.…It's very limited.…You can see all we have is a print button…to print this document.…Give that a click and some dialogues…will start opening up in the background…including what we see down here in the left hand side,…the default settings for printing our document.…
You can see one sheet of paper is the total…with the setting selected by default,…but we can change them,…you'll see your default printer appearing here,…but that can be changed.…Click the change button and you'll be able…to change any printer you have connected…and you'll see some other options…like printing to PDF for example.…So here, I see save as PDF.…There's my Canon printer.…
Note: This course is for users who know the basics of the Word desktop app, but are new to the web browser version, Word Online. It emphasizes features that work differently in Word Online. For basic Word guidance, please see Word Essential Training (Office 365) or Learning Word 2019.
- Identify three Microsoft account types that can be used to access Word online.
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- Recall how to determine the number of rows and columns to start with when creating a table.
- Recognize the users who have access to a document set to “Anyone with this link can edit.”
- Determine how to print a document that is not printing with the correct formatting from a Word file.