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How to open a MS Word Document Two ways: Create New Word Document a. Start All Programs Microsoft Office MS Word 2007 b. Right click on desktop New MS Word Document Open a Previously Created Word Document a) Double Click on the Document b) Right Click on the document Open
Tabs Font Font Type: to Change the font face Font Size: to Change the font size Grow Font: to increase the font size Shrink Font: to decrease font size Clear Formatting: to clear all formatting from the selected text, leaving only the plain text.
Bold : to make the selected text bold Italic : to Italicize the selected text Underline : Underline the selected text. Draws a line under the text Strikethrough: draw a line through the middle of the selected text Subscript: to create small letters bellow the text baseline H2O Superscript: to create small letters above the line of the text Ca 2+ Change Case: to change all the selected text to UPERCASE, lowercase, Or oTHER COmmON capitalization Text Highlight Color: to make the text look like it was marked with a highlighter pen Font Color: to change the selected text color
ClipboardClipboard Paste: to paste the contents of the Clipboard Cut: to cut the selection from the document and put it on the Clipboard Copy: to copy the selection from the document and put it on the Clipboard Format Painter: Copy formatting from one place and apply it to another place
to create a new page to open previously saved pages to save the document to save a document by a different name or format to print the document and see the printing form to see the previous documents worked on to change and customize settings of the document to close the document
Paragraph Text Align: to locate the text on the page, on right, left, middle and justify. Numbering: to add numbering or bullets to the text. Indent: to control the indent level of the paragraph. Text Direction: to set the direction from right to left or left to right.
Paragraph Line Spacing: to change the spacing between lines of the text. Sort: to sort the data alphabetically or numerically. Show/hide: to show the processes of the paragraph. Shading: to color the background behind the selected text or paragraph. Outside Borders: to put borders to the selected text or paragraph.