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Using Microsoft Word 2010 by Mike Miller, Tim Huddleston

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1. Creating, Saving, and Printing Documents

In this chapter, you learn three of the most essential tasks in word processing: creating a document, saving it on a disk, and printing it.

If you’re in a hurry to start using Microsoft Word, this chapter is the place to begin. That’s because the tasks you’ll master in the next few pages form the basis of nearly every project you will do in Word. Creating a document is the first step in any word processing job. Whenever you create a document, you’ll probably want to save it on a disk so you can re-open it and work with it again. And when your document is finished, you may need to print it so that you can share it with someone else (or stick it in a file cabinet).

Luckily, these chores are easy and ...

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