Many people—perhaps most—only use Word for traditional word-processing tasks, such as writing letters, memos, and an occasional report. However, Word also has a host of ancillary features and capabilities that you may occasionally find useful. In this chapter, you’ll learn to do the following:
Use the Contact toolbar to add contact information from your Office Address Book to Word documents
Select a report cover page from the Elements Gallery
Create labels and print envelopes
Use the Mail Merge Manager to create merge documents, such as personalized form letters
Summarize documents and record important data as document properties
Using the Contact toolbar, you can quickly add name, address, and ...