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Microsoft® Office® Professional 2013 Plain & Simple by Katherine Murray

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The givens for navigating in Office 2013

  • If you do a lot of typing, you’ll get more done, faster and more accurately by using a real keyboard.

  • If you are working with a file that requires precision—for example, your Microsoft PowerPoint presentation includes a number of small elements that you want to animate—you’re better off using a mouse.

  • If you’re standing or need to check something quickly, touch enables you to open a file, flip through it, and find what you need fast.

  • If you will be doing more reading than writing and more reviewing than reconfiguring, the touch interface is fast and fluid and can help you to scan the content easily without using buttons or clicks to do it.

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