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Office 2013 In Depth by Joe Habraken

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Navigating the Office Applications

Because the Office 2013 applications take advantage of the same basic user interface, some universal procedures work for navigating and using the individual applications. However, because each Office application creates different things (say, worksheets versus documents, calendars, or contacts lists), the nuances that make up the more detailed command structures of the individual applications require that you develop some specific knowledge for each application.

As mentioned earlier in this chapter, at the center of the Office user interface is the Ribbon. So the Ribbon is a good place to start an investigation of common features and tools in the Office applications.

Working with the Ribbon

The Ribbon tabs ...

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