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- Introducing Word 2011
- Mar 17, 2011
- This chapter covers additional elementary features that are specific to Word, such as the Word interface, entering text, editing, proofing your work, tracking changes, and printing Word documents.
- Getting Started with Microsoft Word 2010
- Jul 29, 2010
- In this introductory chapter, Steve Schwartz explains the Word interface, working in different views, and entering and editing text.
- Guide To Good Text in Microsoft Office 2008
- Apr 25, 2008
- In this sample chapter from Microsoft Office 2008: Visual QuickStart Guide, author Steve Schwartz shows you step-by-step and with tons of visuals how to format your text so that all of your documents look good in the Office.
- Turn Over a New Page: Pages ‘08 for Word Users
- Aug 13, 2007
- Neale Monks shows how you can make the switch from Microsoft Word to Pages ’08 with a minimum of fuss.
- Nail Down a Word 2003 Template with Document Information Fields
- Oct 1, 2004
- If you're building a Word 2003 template, fields automate the job. Laurie Rowell automates fields (or she at least shows you how to create them).
- Document Design with Style in Word 2003
- Jul 16, 2004
- Designing your own document designs gives you control of the finished product. All you need to do is master a few basic design principles as you learn to use Word styles. Laurie Rowell gives you the scoop on defining and applying these styles to give you the look you want.