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WHAT IS MS WORD?

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Microsoft Office 2007 (codenamed Office 12) is a version of Microsoft Office, a family of office suites and productivity software for Windows, developed and published by Microsoft. It was released [5] to volume license customers on November 30, 2006 and to retail customers on January 30, 2007, the same respective release dates of Windows Vista. It was preceded by Office 2003 and succeeded by Office 2010. Office 2007 introduced a new graphical user interfac DIFFERENT VIEW IN MS WORD (D AKO SURE AH!
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Draft View Print Layout (or Reading Layout) Outline view Print Preview Navigation Pane Zoom

PARTS OF MS WORD 1. Home This is the tab that has almost everything you need when completing a word document. You can change your font, font size, paragraph orientation, add bullets, etc.

2. Insert The Insert Tab allows users to add a table, clip art, or chart to a document. Anything that is an additional graphic "insert" will most likely be found here.

3. Page Layout The Page Layout tab provides options for page orientation, size, columns, borders, page color, etc.

4. References Add an index or bibliography page here. 5. Mailings Create Address labels and type for envelopes. 6. Review Review your document before you print it. Check spell check and the thesaurus for help.

7. View View your document at 50 or 150% or in different layouts. 8. The Title bar gives the name of the document and the program being used

9. The Minimize button makes the window disappear from the screen without closing the program. You can bring the window back by clicking on its button on the Task bar at the bottom of the screen. The Reduce/Maximize button makes the window smaller or takes it back to full size. The Close button closes the document or program.

10. The Office button offers dropdown menus for things you do in Microsoft Word.

11. The Quick Access Toolbar is a customizable toolbar that contains a set of commands that are independent of the tab that is currently displayed. You can move the Quick Access Toolbar from one of the two

possible locations, and you can add buttons that represent commands to the Quick Access Toolbar. 12. The Rulers display the tabs, indents, margins and give the user a visual guide for alignment. 13. The Scroll bars allow the user to move up and down the document in the window.