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8. Opening a Document

Opening New Document A new, blank document always opens when you start Microsoft Word. Suppose you want to start another new document while you are working on another document, or you closed an already opened document and want to start a new…
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7. Saving a Document

Saving New Document Once you are done with typing in your new Word document, it is time to save your document to avoid losing work you have done on a Word document. Following are the steps to save an edited Word document −Step 1 −…
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6. Moving Around (Navigation)

In this chapter, we will discuss how to move around in Word 2010. Word provides a number of ways to move around a document using the mouse and the keyboard.To begin with, let us create some sample text. To create a sample text, there is…
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5. Entering/Writing the Text

In this chapter, let us discuss how to enter text with Microsoft Word. Let us see how easy it is to enter text in a Word document. We assume you know that when you start Word, it displays a new document by default as shown below −Document…
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4. Backstage View

In this chapter, we will discuss the Backstage View in Word. The Backstage view was introduced in Word 2010. This acts as the central place for managing your documents. The backstage view helps in creating new documents, saving and opening…
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3. Exploring the Windows and Ribbon Menu

In this chapter, we will understand how to explore Window in Word. Following is the basic window which you get when you start the Word application. Let us understand the various important parts of this window..File Tab The File tab replaces…
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2. Getting Started with Office Word

In this chapter, we will discuss how to get started with Word 2010. We will understand how to start a Word 2010 application in simple steps. Assuming you have Microsoft Office 2010 installed in your PC, to start the Word application, follow…
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1. Introduction to Office Word

Microsoft Office Word allows you to create and edit personal and business documents, such as letters, reports, invoices, emails and books. By default, documents saved in Word are saved with the .docx extension. Microsoft Word can be used for…