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

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Single-tapping to select an item

What could be easier than a single tap? If you’ve ever tapped someone on the shoulder, pushed the button on an ATM, or dialed a cell phone, you know that this action is as natural to you as breathing.

Single-tap the screen

  1. Tap the tab on the ribbon that you want to view.

  2. Tap the tool that you want to select, once, quickly.

    Office 2013 responds to the touch by selecting the tool, which might complete an action, display a dialog box, or show options related to that tool.

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