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Word 2007 Class

Word 2007 Class

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Word 2007
for Windows XP and Vista 
Tutorial Description
This tutorial will teach you how to create, edit, save and print a document in Word 2007 forWindows. Tools such as the speller and thesaurus will also be covered.
Intended Audience
No experience in Word is expected, but familiarity with the Windows XP or Vista operatingsystem is assumed. Some knowledge of basic keyboard operations and mouse techniques arealso necessary.
Suggested Resources
ITS Word 2007 documents
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What Is Word?
Word is a word processing package that is used for writing papers, memos, and even books.Word also contains such tools as a spell and grammar checker to assist you with your writing.Other Word features include creating customized letters, tables, mailing labels, and a graphicsprogram.This tutorial will focus on the basics needed to complete a simple document.
Accessing Word
Click on the
button and choose All Programs> Microsoft Office> Microsoft OfficeWord 2007
In Word, you see some familiar Windows features, as well as some very new ones: the OfficeButton, the Quick Access Toolbar and the Ribbon containing various Tabs and Groups of buttons.
– To navigate Microsoft Office 2007, the Ribbon (located at the top of the document isused. The Ribbon replaces menus, toolbars, and most of the task panes used in earlier versions of Microsoft Office. The Ribbon is composed of tabs (e.g. Home, Insert, etc.) which are organizedby tasks or objects. Each tab is divided into groups (on the
tab is the Font group,Paragraph group, etc.). Each group contains command buttons which allow for a different set of modifications to be applied to the document.
Office Button
– To create a new document, view recent documents, open saveddocuments, save, print, and perform other tasks, the Office Button is used. It islocated on the top left corner of the Ribbon.
Quick Access Toolbar
 – To the right of the
Office Button
is the Quick Access Toolbar. The default options are
Undo Typing
. Note: To customize the toolbar display, click the
button (downturned arrow) to theright of the toolbar.
– To access tools and commands
Status bar
– Located at the bottom of the screen is the Status bar.It displays document information and some Office program controls. The Status bar includes the
View buttons
and the
Zoom controls
. To customize, right click the bar. A list of options willappear.
Document Views
– There are five views: Print Layout, Full Screen, Web Layout, Outline andDraft. The buttons are located on the right side of the status bar.-
Print Layout
is your document exactly how it will be printed.-
Full Screen
displays as a spread (Screen 1 of 2, etc.)-
Web Layout
shows how your document will look when published on the Web.-
displays the outline structure embedded in your document.-
displays document as a draft to quickly edit text (formatting such as Header andFooter is not visible).The views can also be accessed on the
tab (Document Views group). The
tab alsoincludes the Show/Hide, Zoom, Window and Macros groups. Explore these options to further customize your display.
Includes the left/right margin settings and one-half inch tab settings. The Ruler can beturned off by selecting the Ruler checkbox in the Show/Hide group on the View tab.

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