Tips for Microsoft® Office Word 2010
Microsoft Office 2010 is the new Office suite presented by Microsoft after MS Office 2007. Some of the products included in this suite include Word, Excel, PowerPoint , OneNote and many more that are compatible with most browsers. These products help you create worksheets, text documents, presentations and do much more to accentuate your productivity. With the help of certain new features of MS Word, you can create text documents that are easy to comprehend and look attractive too.
Using Microsoft Word 2010 is not exactly a cakewalk. But if you know a few tips and tricks to manipulate MS Word, you can actually enjoy working with it. Some of the tips you can put into practice while working on your text document include:
- How to use toolbars
- Using help
- How to remove items from the menus
- MS Word's keyboard shortcuts
How to use toolbars
You can speed up your work with the help of toolbars. These toolbars can be activated or deactivated (depending upon your need) while using MS Word 2010. One can activate a toolbar by going to the 'View' tab and selecting the one that you want for your text document. Alternativly, you can also press 'ALt + V' to go to the 'View' tab. The different toolbars that come with the package include formatting, pictures, tables and many more.
When you are stuck with any problem, MS Word's help feature actually does the needful. This feature provides detailed information about most of the issues that bug you while using Microsoft Word. To make use of this feature, all one has to do is simply press F1 key on the keyboard or click on the Microsoft Word help in the 'Help' tab. Cute Microsoft Assistants are also help tools. The most popular Microsoft Assistants are the dog, paperclip and the wizard.
You can easily add or remove items from the menus by following a simple procedure. Just go to 'View' menu and select 'Toolbars.' Select 'Customize' and drag unwanted items off the menu. To restore that item, simply right-click on the menu you want to restore and select 'Reset.’
The keyboard shortcuts are located in the main menu next to the items. An exhaustive list of shortcuts is also available in the 'Help' menu. Some of the common keyboard shortcuts that can make your work easier in Word include:
Cut: Ctrl + X
Copy: Ctrl + C
Paste: Ctrl + V
Bold: Ctrl + B
Italics: Ctrl + I
Underline: Ctrl + U
Undo: Ctrl + Z
Redo: Ctrl + Y
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