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Office 2013 For Dummies by Wallace Wang

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Chapter 2

Selecting and Editing Data

In This Chapter

arrow Selecting data

arrow Using the pop-up toolbar

arrow Copying, cutting, and pasting

arrow Copying and cutting with the mouse

arrow Sharing data within Office 2013

Although you create a file only once, you can edit it many times. Editing can add, rearrange, or delete data, such as text, numbers, or pictures. All Office 2013 programs work in similar ways to edit data, so whether you use Word, Excel, PowerPoint, or Access, you’ll know the right commands to edit data, no matter which program you may be using.

remember.eps Whenever you edit a file, save your file periodically by clicking the Save icon in the Quick Access toolbar, pressing Ctrl+S, or clicking the File tab and choosing Save. That way if your computer crashes or the power goes out, you won’t lose all the editing changes you made.

Adding Data by Pointing

When you enter data into a file, your data appears wherever ...

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