For ease of sharing documents, you can save documents in multiple formats. In this video, learn how to save a file in PDF, Template, OpenDocument, and WebPage formats.
- [Instructor] There may be times when you want … to share documents with other users … who are using an earlier version of Word, … or maybe they don't have Microsoft Office on their computer. … After watching this video, you'll know how to save … a word document as a PDF or XPS, … in Word 97 to 2003, as a template, or as a text file. … Let's jump right into our alternative formats document … and start by creating a PDF file from our Word document. … I'll go to file, and export. … The default option is create PDF or XPS document. … Now a PDF file is meant to be read-only … and while it can be edited, … it's very difficult to edit a PDF file. … The file size is always smaller, … so it's easier to transmit via email, … and PDF documents have a .pdf extension. … The XPS files are XML documents, extensible markup language, … that are used to transport and store data. … XPS files preserve document formatting, … just like the PDF files do, makes it easy to share the file. … Again, the file size is smaller, no editing is allowed, …
- Navigating within documents
- Inserting headers and footers
- Sharing documents
- Finding and replacing text
- Inserting breaks
- Formatting text
- Creating tables and lists
- Creating citations and bibliographies
- Managing references
- Adding comments
- Managing change tracking
- Taking the practice exam
Skill Level Intermediate
About the challenges1m 13s
1. Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) Exam Overview
2. Manage Documents
3. Insert and Format Text, Paragraphs, and Sections
4. Manage Tables and Lists
5. Create and Manage References
6. Insert and Format Graphic Elements
7. Manage Document Collaboration
8. Practice Exam
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