IN THIS CHAPTER
Examine the Word Interface
Move Around and Select Text
Choose Paper Size and Orientation
Select the Right Screen View
Align and Indent Paragraphs
Change Line Spacing
Create Bulleted and Numbered Lists
If you’ve read this book to this point, you’ve seen the common features across the various Office applications, in a general way. In this chapter, it’s time to get down to brass tacks with one particular application: Microsoft Word.
Word is a word processing program. That’s a fancy way of saying that it specializes in creating and formatting (that is, processing) text. Word is ideal for projects that are primarily text-based: ...