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Faster Smarter Microsoft® Office System -- 2003 Edition by Katherine Murray

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Chapter 2. Working with Programs and Files

10-Second Summary

  • Work with multiple applications in the Microsoft Office System

  • Display, hide, and use the taskbar

  • Open application files

  • Print and fax files

  • Save files in a variety of formats

If you’ve spent any time at all working with the different applications in the Office System, you already know that there’s a lot of similarity in their look and style. The menu bar is positioned in the upper left area of the screen (unless you’ve gotten fancy and changed it), and the Minimize, Restore, and Close buttons are always in the upper right.

The similarities extend beyond the look of the screen and the placement of the tools, however. The fact that the File menu is in the same place in every program means you ...

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