Microsoft Word interface
When you open Word for the first time, you can see the Start Screen. From here, you'll be able to create a new document or choose from many available templates, or to get access your recently edited documents.
Action: On the Start Screen, locate and select Blank document to access the Word interface (see highlighted on the screen below).
Working with the Word interface
Microsoft Word 2016 continues to use features like the Ribbon and the Quick Access Toolbar—where you will find commands to perform common tasks in Word—as well as Backstage view.
Microsoft Word uses a Ribbon interface instead of traditional menus. The Ribbon contains multiple tabs, with key functions, which you can find near the top of the Word window. Tabs represent key functions user can using Word: File, Home, Insert, Design, Layout, References, Mailings, Review, View and Help:
You can expand information in each group by clicking “small arrow”.
Once you click on the small arrow you will see additional information on related group (below example captures additional information on the font group)
Users can zoom in and zoom out the document, using controls in the bottom right corner. User can click plus or minus buttons or drag the slider to change the zoom
User can switch between different views of the document by using controls to the left of the zoom interface:
- Read Mode
- Print Layout
- Web Layout
Copy, Cut and Paste Text
To perform any operations you need to select text first
Once text is selected click Copy function in Clipboard group on the ribbon
To Cut text click Cut function in Clipboard group on the ribbon
After copy is completed you can paste the text by putting cursor into the new place and clicking Paste button
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Microsoft Word Test Sample Questions and Answers
- Insert a page break
- Change the button margin too your current location
- Press Shift + Enter (Shift + Return
- Insert a column break
- Click layout > Text > Text from file
- Click Insert > Text > Building Blocks Organizer
- Click Insert > Text > Text from file
- Click Insert > Insert Media
- Different odd and even pages
- Book Fold
- Mirror margin
- Layout Margin
- Layout > Size
- File > Page Setup
- Design > Size
- Mark as favorite
- Pin to list
- Add to chooser
- Drag to home tab
- Apply a cell style
- Right click a table and choose a new style
- Apply a graphic style
- Apply a table style
- Match case
- Check spelling
- Replace all
- Whole word only
- A bookmark is a color-coded graphic that appears in the navigation pane for easy access to a specific location in your documents
- A bookmark is a link in your documents that can give you quick access to webpages, files, and other locations in your documents.
- A bookmark works in conjunction with hyperlinks to allow you to quickly jump to a specific location in your documents.
- A bookmark is a hyperlink where the label is automatically generated
- Granting administrative access
- Setting the collaborator’s access to view only
- Giving the collaborator the option to edit a document.
- Including a personalized message
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