Before you can begin using the many features of Microsoft Word 2013, you need to know several basic skills and concepts. Identifying word processing functions and Word screen components, creating and opening a document, and moving around within a document are the foundations you will build on in this course. Read more.
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The text you type appears wherever the insertion/cursor point is positioned in the current document. Moving the insertion point around the screen is a critical part of creating and editing documents. To move the insertion point around the screen, you can use either the keyboard or the mouse. Read more.
Word automatically determines where each page of a document should begin and end by inserting automatic page breaks. As you create and edit multipage documents, you might find that you need to manipulate the automatic page breaks. You can quickly create a manual (forced) page break by clicking the Page Break button in the Pages group on the Insert tab. Read more.
Word enables you to cut and paste blocks of text from one part of a document to another. When you cut a selected portion of text, the text is removed from the document and placed on the Clipboard, a temporary storage area. When you paste text, a copy of the text on the Clipboard is placed into the document. The cut piece of text remains on the Clipboard until another block of text is placed on the Clipboard or until you shut down your computer. Read more.
In a document, you might need to arrange a list of single line items, a group of multiple line paragraphs, or the rows of items in a table into alphabetical or numerical order. Word lets you sort lines and paragraphs of document text and rows of table information into logically defined sequences. Read more.
Word lets you perform calculations on numerical table data and display the results in the table. For example, you can add a row or column of numbers, or you can add, subtract, multiply, or divide the contents of individual cells. Entering calculations into a table, instead of typing in the results, ensures that any changes you make to the table’s data are automatically reflected in the calculated results whenever you update the table. Read more.
In this article, we will learn how to track changes made to your document and navigate through tracked changes. When change tracking is enabled, Word will keep track of the changes that are made. This includes text insertions, deletions, new images, and more. Read more.
One of the great features about the Quick Style gallery is its customizability; this includes the ability to remove any styles you do not use or need. On the Home tab, remove the Module 9 style from the style gallery by right-clicking on it and clicking Remove from Quick Style Gallery. Read more.