Friday, March 12, 2010

Help with Microsoft Word

Microsoft Word
Microsoft Word is a word processor developed by Microsoft. It is one of the most commonly used word processing programs used in creating thesis, articles or letters. It is a part of Office 2000, 2003, 2007 and its first version was released in 1983 under the name Multi-Tool Word, which was developed for Xenix systems. The Microsoft Office 2003 Help tutorial teaches Microsoft Word 2003 basics. This tutorial is created for the computer beginner as Microsoft Word 2003 is little different from its predecessors.

Microsoft Word is a very powerful word processing application, but some of its features are difficult to learn and would take even the most skillful PC user long time to learn all its features. Therefore, I have put together some few quick tips to help you improve your MS Word skills.

Following are some tips, which may help you with Microsoft Word:

• Before editing the Word documents, you must save a copy to your computer or a removable disk. To download a Word document from Internet to your computer, right click on the link and select “Save Target As or Save As”.

• If the form is locked, then it means that you can only type in the specified fields. Any form field in which you may enter information should show on your screen in gray color.

• The form fields may be in text boxes or check boxes. You can reply to a text box by inserting your cursor into the gray box and type. To select a check box option, you need to click in the box or press the space bar on your keyboard.

• Use your mouse, the arrow keys or the TAB key to move between fields.

• You must save the final versions after completing the form. After that, you can attach the form to an e-mail and send it to the specific e-mail address.

• You can type your response in the field for those questions that require detailed responses. The length of your response is unlimited and the text box will grow as you type.

These authenticated Microsoft Word support tips should enable any user to use Microsoft Word with ease.

1 comment:

James Madison said...

Thanks. i visited so many forum sites to get this answer but thanks to you for providing this MS word solution.