the graphic of a blank sheet of paper in the upper left, used to create a new document and gives you multiple templates to choose from
open a document is the same as clicking on the yellow file folder with an arrow; allows you to browse for a document to open
allows you to close a document, followed by a pop up that prompts you to save or abandon work done prior to the most recent save
allows you to tell Word the name of your document and stores it on the hard drive so that you won't lost your work.
allows you to tell Word the name of your document and the folder that you want to save it in
allows you to specify that you will be making multiple changes to a document and that you want to keep the changes seperate with an automatically assigned version number instead of changing the whole file name
allows you to adjust the size of your margins, to turn your document from the standard Portrait to Landscape
allows you to view how your document will look printed.
allows you to send a file to the printer to be printed
allows you to send your document to a fax machine or into email to send it to others
describes your document as the system sees including the date it was created, last modified, etc. Also lists statistics on the number pages, paragraphs, lines, words, etc.
to exit from Word