Chapter 4. Managing Word Documents

Just as a filing cabinet would be of no use if you didn't know how to get files into and out of the drawers, you must understand how to access and store Word documents on your computer system in order to use the program effectively. In this part, you learn elementary yet essential skills, including saving, closing, and opening documents, and creating new ones. In addition, you learn how to “bookmark” folders you use frequently and track down a document that you've misplaced on your computer. You also get pointers on salvaging your work after Word crashes.

Word Document-Management Tools

Word Document-Management Tools

Saving a Document

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