5 Ways to Open up Existing File
- open word then document
- Desktop shortcut
fastest way open up existing file
Fastest way if Word is already open, and you recently worked on the document.
5 ways to Navigate Through a Document
-Page Up & Page Down keys
-Arrows key (aka: directional keys)
-Horizontal scroll box
Home takes you to the
Beginning of the of the line
Ctrl+ home takes you to the
Top of Document
End take you to the
End of the line
Ctrl + End take you to
bottom of the document
By default, Word opens in the ______________mode.
inserts text to the right of I-beam
replaces text to the right I-beam
CTRL + Page Up
move to top of page)
CTRL + Page Down
(move to bottom of page)
CTRL + F10
(maximizes document window)
ALT + F10
(minimizes document window)
ALT + F5
(restores the program window size)
In Word 2010 the file extension is___________________________.
In Word the file extension is .docx (for 2007 & 2010) and .doc (for prior versions).
Save vs. Save As:
Save: saves 1 document.
Save as: saves 2 document.
Save - Changes are saved__________________________________.
Changes are saved on top of current document.
If document is already named, you can just click on the on the QAT.
Save As - Another document is ________________. The original document is kept _______________.
Must click on File and Save As to access Save As.
Another document is created.The original is kept intact. The new document can now be edited.
Plain Text Format
This is a good extension to use if all you need is to preserve the text.
Example: You have a word processor at home, but it is not a version of Word. Save your file as a .txt and pull it into Word when you get to school to format it.
(Rich Text Format)
Similar to .txt, but it saves underlines, boldface, etc.
This format preserves your formatting even if the users do not have the same fonts installed on their computers.