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Microsoft Word 2010-

5 Ways to Open up Existing File
- open word then document
- Desktop shortcut
-File Recent
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)
-Scroll arrows
-Horizontal scroll box
-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.
Insert mode
Insert mode:
inserts text to the right of I-beam
Overtype mode:
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.
.txt -
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.
.rtf -
(Rich Text Format)
Similar to .txt, but it saves underlines, boldface, etc.
.pdf -
This format preserves your formatting even if the users do not have the same fonts installed on their computers.
Shift +F5