Chapter 9. Inside Word 2013

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

SHOULD the paperless office ever become a reality, computer users’ reliance on Word won’t diminish, because it’s also ideal for creating online documents, including blog posts and documents distributed in PDF, XPS, and other electronic formats. In the early days of personal computers, a “word processor” processed only words and text. A modern word-processing program like Word 2013 melds text and graphics ...

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