Teach Yourself VISUALLY Word 2016 (Teach Yourself VISUALLY (Tech))
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Visually learn the latest version of Word
Are you a visual learner who prefers to see how Word works instead of hear a long-winded explanation?Teach Yourself Visually Word offers you a straightforward 'show me, don't tell me' approach to working with the newest version of the top-selling application in the Microsoft Office suite. Packed with visually rich tutorials and step-by-step instructions that will help you come to grips with all of Word's capabilities, this accessible resource will quickly and easily get you up and running on using the world's most widely used word processing program.
With Teach Yourself Visually Word, you'll learn how to perform dozens of tasks, including how to set up and format documents and text in Word; work with diagrams, charts, and pictures; use Mail Merge; post documents online; and much more. Covering the newest additions and changes to the latest version of Word, a series of easy-to-follow, full-color tutorials helps you to quickly get up and running with Word like a warrior!
- Tutorials and step-by-step screenshots make lessons easy to follow and understand
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- Walks you through Word's new features
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If you're new to the world of Word and want a highly visual roadmap to help you put it to use for you, Teach Yourself Visually Word has you covered.
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Navigation Pane ( A The changes to ). Navigation pane appears. B Heading 1 styles appear at the left edge of the Navigation pane. C Word indents Heading 2 styles slightly and each subsequent heading style a bit more. D This icon ( ) represents a heading displaying subheadings; you can click it to hide subheadings. E 72 This icon ( ) represents a heading hiding subheadings; you can click it to display subheadings. CHAPTER Editing Text 3 3 Click to select any heading.
Can click the tools on the Ribbon to help you type the equation. 7 Press , or click outside the equation box. Word hides the equation box, and you can continue typing. 76 CHAPTER Editing Text 3 Delete an Equation 1 Click anywhere in the equation to display it in the equation box. 2 Click the small gray square on the left side of the box. Word highlights the contents of the equation box. 3 Press . Word deletes the equation from your document. TIP Can I save an equation that I use.
Tracking on and off using the Lock Tracking feature, which requires a password to turn off change tracking. You no longer need to deal with the situation where you turn on change tracking and send out a document for review. Then, when you get the document back, it contains no change markings because the reviewer turned the Track Changes feature off. In the past, you needed to use the Compare Documents feature to determine how the reviewed document differed from the original. But now, you can lock.
Document by simply printing the document. Or you can print a separate list of revisions by performing the steps that follow: Click the File tab to display Backstage view, and then click Print. Click the button below Settings ( A ). From the menu that appears, click List of Markup ( B ). Click Print. A B 113 Combine Reviewers’ Comments S uppose that two different people review a document, but they review simultaneously using the original document. When they each return the reviewed.
Document, you have two versions of the original document, each containing potentially different changes. Fortunately, you can combine the documents so that you can work from the combined changes of both reviewers. When you combine two versions of the same document, Word creates a third file that flags any discrepancies between the versions using revision marks like you see when you enable the Track Changes feature. You can then work from the combined document and evaluate each change. Combine.