In this video, learn how to add text to a document page, either by typing it out from the keyboard or by using the Dictate feature, currently available to those logged in with an Office 365 account.
- [Instructor] It's time now to start adding some content…to our page here in Word Online, and we're going…to begin with text in this movie.…There's actually a couple of different ways…to add text to your page.…There's the old fashioned method of typing on your keyboard…but you can also dictate what you want appearing…as text on your page.…If you've been following along, we only have…a couple of lines so far.…And then down below our cursor flashing waiting for…whatever it is we're going to add next.…From the home tab here on the ribbon,…with it selected, go to the very far right.…
You might see a microphone icon.…That's the dictate feature.…Now currently it's only available to those…with an Office 365 account.…If you've used that to log in to Word Online,…you'll see it here.…If you don't see it here, that could change.…So clicking the drop-down arrow to the right…will show you the current languages available.…This list is always being updated,…yours may look different from mine.…Here's where you select the language you want to work with.…
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.
- Explain how to start a new paragraph when dictating text.
- 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.