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Picture Yourself Learning Microsoft® Word® 2010 by Diane Koers

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Exploring the Word Window

DESIGNED TO ADJUST to the way you work, instead of the traditional Windows menu bar and standard toolbars, Word uses a Ribbon. Take a look at Figure 1-1, and let’s take a stroll through a Word window and review some of its elements. These elements are common not only to Word, but also to most Office applications.

Figure 1-1. The Ribbon is designed to provide the right tool at the right time.
  • Title bar: Across the top you see a title bar that shows the program title and the document title. If you are working with a document created in an earlier version of Word, you may see the words Compatibility ...

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