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Microsoft® Office 2010 Inside Out by Ed Bott and Carl Siechert

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Chapter 7. Inside Word 2010

What’s in a Word Document?

Working in an Appropriate Document View

Creating and Editing Documents

Navigating in Word Documents

Searching Within a Document

Making Your Documents Look Good

Giving Your Documents a Consistent Appearance

Adding Pictures and Graphics

Working with Bulleted and Numbered Lists

Checking Grammar and Spelling

FUTURISTS have long predicted the “paperless office,” a prognostication that obviously has not come to pass. Much of the paper that we continue to spew out comes from word-processing programs, a core computer task going back even further than the personal computer revolution that began in the early 1980s. In the early days, of course, a “word processor” processed only words and text. A modern word-processing ...

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