Thanks to the new Word 2013 Start screen, you can start a new document in one of several different ways—all of them simple. You can choose to open a blank document, start typing, and then embellish the content by using your own design ideas and skills, or you can use a template to jump-start your design. Additionally, the Start screen makes it easy for you to open an existing document you’ve worked on previously.
On the Windows 8 Start screen, click the Word 2013 tile to display the Word Start screen.
Click Blank document.
A blank document appears on the screen.
Begin typing the content for your document.
If you want to start a new, blank document when you’re already working with ...