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Teach Yourself VISUALLY Office 2016 by Elaine Marmel

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CHAPTER 2

Working with Files

Create a New File

When you open an Office program (except Outlook and OneNote), the program’s Start screen greets you; see Chapter 1 for details. If Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access, or Publisher is already open and you want to create a new document, workbook, presentation, database, or publication, you create a new file using Backstage view. When you do, you have the option of creating a blank file or basing the file on a template. Outlook opens by default to the Inbox, and OneNote opens to an explanatory page in a OneNote file that you use. See Part VI for details on Outlook and Part VIII for details on OneNote.

Create a New File

Create a New Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access, or Publisher File

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