In This Chapter
Getting a better view of your work
Selecting, moving, and copying text
Handling and manipulating text and text appearance
Creating bulleted, numbered, and nested lists
Running the spell-checker
Creating and editing hyperlinks
Printing your work
Spend a few moments with the Office Web Apps and you soon see that they have many features and commands in common. For example, the Home tab in all four Office Web Apps offers commands for changing the appearance of text. I am happy to report that many commands work the same way in Word Web App, Excel Web App, PowerPoint Web App, and OneNote Web App.
This chapter explains a handful of tasks that are done the same way in all or most of the Office Web Apps. Master the tasks described in this chapter and you are well on your way to being an Office Web App wizard.
How's the view from here? Chances are it could be better, and you can change views by visiting the View tab. This tab is found in Word, PowerPoint, and OneNote Web App. Go to the View tab when you want to get a better look at your work or see it from a different point of view. For example, click the Editing View button to see the Ribbon; click the Reading View button to see what your file looks like on the printed page or the big screen. Sometimes it's necessary to switch to Reading View to see pictures and clip art images in files.
Figure 4-1 shows a Word document in Editing view (top) and Reading view (bottom). After ...