In This Chapter
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:
• Add a cover page from a Document Elements gallery.
• Create labels and print envelopes.
• Use the Mail Merge Manager to create merge documents, such as personalized form letters.
To dress up a report or any other important Word document, you can select a cover page from the Cover gallery. An inserted ...