Chapter 20. Customizing Word

Setting Word Preferences

Microsoft Word’s Preferences dialog offers twelve categories of preferences that you can set to customize the way Word works for you:

  • View preferences control Word’s onscreen appearance.

  • General preferences control general Word operations.

  • Edit preferences control editing.

  • Print preferences control document printing.

  • Save preferences control file saving.

  • Spelling and Grammar preferences control spelling and grammar checker operations.

  • Track Changes preferences control the track changes feature.

  • User Information preferences contain information about the primary user.

  • Compatibility preferences control a document’s compatibility with other applications or versions of Word.

  • File Locations preferences specify ...

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