Chapter 4. Using the Editing Tools in Microsoft Office Word 2003

10-Second Summary

  • Correct your document

  • Use Find and Replace

  • Check spelling and grammar

  • Use the thesaurus

  • Track changes and adding comments

So now that you know how to create documents easily in Word, you’ve probably been up half the night typing, right? Most likely, you’ve got a report full of typos and an oddly organized cover letter that you need to fix before you hand them out for review at the meeting this afternoon. This chapter focuses on the best features for cleanup detail in Word: the editing toolset.

What Kind of Editing Can You Do with Word?

Because there are different kinds of errors in a document, Word gives you different ways to correct those errors:

  • Line-by-line corrections ...

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