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Word 2013 For Dummies by Dan Gookin

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Chapter 24

Multiple Documents, Windows, and File Formats

In This Chapter

arrow Working with more than one document at a time

arrow Comparing documents side by side

arrow Seeing one document in two windows

arrow Splitting the screen

arrow Opening a non-Word document

arrow Converting older Word documents

Word is flexible. If Word were a person, I’m sure it could bend over and touch its toes, lick the end of its nose, and possibly even stick its own elbow into its ear — all at once. You never get to see that (thankfully), but you can see how Word is flexible when it comes to playing with documents: Word can open and display multiple documents, work with a single document in multiple windows, and even toy with multiple document formats.

Multiple Document Mania

You need not limit your word processor usage to toiling with a single document in a single window. Oh, no! You can open multiple documents, you can work on the lot, ...

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