HOW TO USE MICROSOFT WORD

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HOW TO USED MICROSOFT WORD:

HOW TO USED MICROSOFT WORD ANGEL CHARM CARALDE

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How to start a document Step 1: From the desktop or from your ‘Start’ menu, open Microsoft Word.   If the Word 2013 icon does not appear you can search for it, using the 'Search programs and files' box in the picture above.   Step 2: Microsoft Word will open up and present you with an option to select a document template, or a blank document.    Step 3: If you don't want to use any of the templates on display, click on the blank document.  

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Step 4: A new blank document will open up ready for you to start typing.

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Step 1: If you are not already in a Word document, you will need to open it. From the desktop or from your ‘Start’ menu, open Microsoft Word .   Step 2: Click either File or the Office button in the top left. Select Open and browse to the document you wish to open. Double-click on the file name to open.   Step 3: The mouse can be used to select text. When the mouse pointer is moved over a text area, the pointer will change from an arrow to a ‘text select’ or ‘I-beam’ icon. How to select text

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Step 5: The selected text can now be formatted or changed if required.   Step 6: You can also move and select text using the arrow keys on the keyboard, which some people may find easier than the mouse.     If you use a combination of keyboard keys – e.g. holding down Ctrl and Shift and pressing the left or right arrow key – you can move the cursor and select the text in different directions.   Step 7: Once text is selected (highlighted), it can be changed or edited as required.    

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How to change text size and font   Changing the text in your documents can help to make your creations more interesting and eye-catching.   Text can be changed to many different sizes and styles.   This guide explains how to change text size and font style in Microsoft Word. It will feature Word 2010, but may offer alternative steps if earlier versions of Word are used.  

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You’ll need: A computer with Microsoft Word installed. Follow these step-by-step instructions to select text in a document   Step 1: If you are not already in a Word document, you will need to open it. From the desktop or from your ‘Start’ menu, open Microsoft Word .   Step 2: Click either File or the Office button in the top left. Select Open and browse to the document you wish to open. Double-click on the file name to open.   Step 3: The mouse can be used to select text. When the mouse pointer is moved over a text area, the pointer will change from an arrow to a ‘text select’ or ‘I-beam’ icon.  

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Step 4: Move the text select/mouse pointer with your mouse to where you’d like to start your selection. Click and hold down the left mouse button. While doing this, move the mouse across your text to where you’d like the selection to stop. As you move the mouse, the text will be selected. When you’ve finished your selection, release the left mouse button.     Step 5: The selected text can now be formatted or changed if required.   Step 6: You can also move and select text using the arrow keys on the keyboard, which some people may find easier than the mouse.Z

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If you use a combination of keyboard keys – e.g. holding down Ctrl and Shift and pressing the left or right arrow key – you can move the cursor and select the text in different directions.   Step 7: Once text is selected (highlighted), it can be changed or edited as required.

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How to change text size and font   Changing the text in your documents can help to make your creations more interesting and eye-catching.   Text can be changed to many different sizes and styles.   This guide explains how to change text size and font style in Microsoft Word. It will feature Word 2010, but may offer alternative steps if earlier versions of Word are used.  

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You’ll need:   A computer with Microsoft Word installed. Follow these step-by-step instructions to change text size and font   Step 1: Open an existing Word document or start a new document and type your text.   Step 2: If you’d like to change a portion of the text to a different font, it will need to be selected or highlighted first. When the mouse pointer is moved over a text area, it will change from an arrow to a ‘text select’ or ‘I-beam’ icon.  

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Step 3: Select your text so that it’s highlighted.   Step 4: To change the font style, click the arrow next to the font style in the ribbon at the top of your document.

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Step 5: Choose your font style from the drop-down list given .

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Step 6: Next to the font style box is a box containing a number and an arrow. This changes the size of the font. Click on the arrow.  

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Step 7: Choose the size of font from the drop-down list of options .

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Step 8: If you’d like the same size and style of font set up every time you start a new document, you can set a ‘default font’. Click on the ‘Font’ arrow just above the main screen. Step 9: A dialogue box will pop up. In this, choose your font size and style from the options. Step 10: Click Set As Default in the bottom left-hand corner of the dialogue box.   Step 11: Another dialogue box will pop up asking if you’re sure you want to change the font for all Word documents. Click Yes . Now, whenever you open a new document in Word, the default font will be used.   Step 12: If you want to change the default font in an earlier version of Word, click Format at the top of your document to open the ‘Format’ menu. Choose Font from the menu list. Then follow steps 9 to 11 .  

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How to save a document   If you’ve written a bestseller or created a newsletter for your group, you’ll probably want to save it somewhere so that you can get to it again for printing or sending by email. You may also have started a document but want to finish it off later.   This guide explains how to save a document in Microsoft Word 2010. Some steps may be slightly different depending upon your version of Word.  

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You’ll need:   A computer with Microsoft Word installed. You can save a document at any point as you type it, and it’s very good practice to save every few minutes. That way, if your computer crashes before you’ve finished your composition, you won’t lose what you’ve typed.   Follow these step-by-step instructions to save a document   Step 1: Start a new document in Word and type your text.   Step 2: Click File in the top left-hand corner of the screen.

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Step 7: Your document will now have a name, which will be shown at the very top of your document screen. If you make changes to your document and then save them after it has been saved originally, the dialogue box will not come up again. It will just save your changes without any visual notification being shown.   Step 8: The ‘Save As’ menu – the link to which is on the left-hand side of the ‘File’ dialogue box, beneath ‘Save’ – is used to save an existing document under another name. This is helpful if you’ve made changes to your document and then want to save the changes, but also keep the original document in its original format and under its original name.  

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Step 3: From the menu, choose Save .  

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Step 4: A ‘Save’ dialogue box will come up. At the top and at the left-hand side in the list of folder options, it will show the folder where you’ll be saving the document. If you wish to change this folder, navigate through the folders on the left-hand side of the dialogue box to choose the one where you want to save your document.  

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Step 5: Word will automatically give your document a name, based on the first few words of your text. If you don’t like the one given, once you have chosen the destination folder, type a name for your document in the ‘File name’ box. Come up with a name that is concise but will allow you to find the document easily again. Don’t worry about changing what’s in the box underneath, labelled ‘Save as type’. This seldom needs to be changed. It allows you to choose the type of format that all documents created with these settings will have. Step 6: Once you have typed in the name of your document, click Save .  

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