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Absolute Beginner’s Guide to Microsoft® Office 2003 by Jim Boyce

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Chapter 16. Word Settings to Change

In this chapter

  • Adding more recently used files to the File menu

  • Editing text by using the mouse

  • Controlling how Word selects text

  • Setting backup and recovery options

  • Changing the default location for templates and other files

  • Changing your personal information

  • Setting spelling options

  • Controlling macro security

Like the other Microsoft Office applications, Word gives you a wealth of settings to change that control the way the program looks and functions. For example, you might want to use a program such as Adobe Photoshop to edit pictures, add more recently used documents to the File menu, or change the personal information stored with your documents.

This chapter covers the most common settings you will likely need ...

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