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How are we going to use Microsoft (MS) Word?
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What are the parts of Microsoft (MS) Word?
CONTROL MENU BUTTON TITLE BAR MENU BAR TOOLBARS
MINIMIZE BUTTON MAXIMIZE/ RESTORE BUTTON CLOSE BUTTON
BORDER DRAWING TOOLBAR STATUS BAR
How am I going to open a new document?
How am I going to change the paper size, margins and lay out of the page I am working with?
How am I going to preview my document?
If I am done, How am I going to save my document?
How am I going to open my saved document?
How am I going to print a document?
How am I going to put a border line on my document?
How am I going to put pictures on my document?
How am I going to use WordArt?
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