Join Nick Brazzi for an in-depth discussion in this video Using Backstage to open, save, and create a new document, part of Learning Word 2016.
- In this movie, I want to talk about creating documents,…opening existing documents, and saving a document.…So let's begin by launching Word.…I'll go to the Start menu to all apps,…I'll scroll down, and I'll launch Word from here.…So first, let's talk about creating a new document.…Of course, we can do that here on the Welcome screen…where we can see our options for templates…including, of course, the Blank template.…Or we can go to the Backstage view…just by clicking on Open Other Documents,…and I want to make sure I'm in the New category,…and we can see those same template options.…
Any time you start a new document in Word,…you're starting from a template,…even if that template is the Blank Document template.…So if you do want to start with a blank document,…just click on the Blank Document template…and you start with a blank page,…and you can start typing from there.…So I could type in whatever text I want to type in here,…and do whatever work I'm going to do in this document.…Now I want to see our other options for creating…
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