Join Nick Brazzi for an in-depth discussion in this video Working with Word, part of Learning Office for iPads and iPhones.
- Let's take a tour of some of the common editing tools,…specifically in Microsoft Word on iOS.…If you've used any recent version of Word for Windows…or Mac this should all be pretty familiar,…but the touch screen interface does change how things work…so we're going to want to take a look.…I already have a document open, you can work in either…the portrait or the landscape orientation…when you're on an iPad.…I'm going to stick with a landscape orientation for now.…As you're working on a document in word,…you're going to want to add or edit content,…usually text, but sometimes other things like pictures.…
Then you're going to need to format that content…so it looks right.…So let's start by adding and editing text.…Whether you're working on a blank document, or a document…like this where there's already some text,…all you need to do is tap on the document to place your…cursor and bring up the on-screen keyboard.…Now since there's already text on this document…I can tap anywhere inside of this text to plant my cursor,…
Skill Level Beginner
Q: This course was updated on 02/29/2016. What changed?
A: We added four videos to cover new features in the Office app suite, including new cloud storage options and the freehand drawing tools. Check out the "Features Added in Updates" chapter for more information.