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About the Author
The author currently divides his time between writing computer books,
writing articles for CPU Magazine, performing stand-up comedy, and writing
and speaking on a weekly comedy radio show along with fellow comedians
Rick Gene, Wes Sample, and Justin Davis. The show airs on 103.7 Free FM in
San Diego (http://1037freefm.com).

He also spends much of his time trying to keep his various computers running
properly using an odd mixture of Windows, Linux, and Mac OS X software.
Eventually, he hopes to find the elusive combination of hardware and software
that can create the mythical dream of a computer that actually works when you want it to.


Author’s Acknowledgments
Margot Hutchison and Bill Gladstone at Waterside Productions deserve special
acknowledgment because if it weren’t for their work, I might never have
been hired to write this book; and you would be reading some other author’s
acknowledgments and dedication. These two are the best agents an author
could hope for, so they deserve all the 15 percent of the book royalties that they get.

Some other people who deserve thanks include Bob Woerner, acquisitions
editor; Jean Rogers, project editor; and Teresa Artman, copy editor; and the
rest of the happy gang of editors, managers, and workers who make Wiley
Publishing the best publisher to work for because they’re the complete opposite
of their competition.

Additional thanks go to technical editor Lee Musick for making sure that
everything in this book is accurate.

A final note of thanks go to anyone who has actually read the About the
Author, Dedication, and Author’s Acknowledgments pages because those
pages usually contain useless information that nobody except the author and
his closest friends even care about. Thanks for reading this — and say a prayer
for all the trees that sacrificed their pulp to allow authors (such as myself)
the indulgence to print paragraphs such as this.


Introduction

Microsoft Office 2007 contains loads of new features. Unfortunately, finding
— let alone using — these new features can be troublesome. So,
with Office 2007, Microsoft added its most important feature ever — making
the programs easier to use.

Office 2007’s biggest change is its new user interface. If you’re familiar with
the more traditional pull-down menus and toolbar icons from previous editions
of Microsoft Office, you’ll soon find that this latest version of Microsoft
Office is designed to help you make the most out of Word, Excel, PowerPoint,
Access, and Outlook so you can find the features you need and use them right away.

Who Should Buy This Book
This book is targeted toward two distinct groups. First, there are the people
already familiar with Microsoft Office who want to bone up on the new ways
that Office 2007 works. For these people, this book can serve as a handy reference
to finding where Microsoft put various commands in the new Office
2007 user interface.

Then there’s a second group of people who may not be familiar with any
Microsoft Office program at all. For these people, this book can serve as a
guide through word processing (Microsoft Word), number calculations
(Microsoft Excel), presentations (Microsoft PowerPoint), database management
(Microsoft Access), and managing your personal resources like time,
appointments, and e-mail (Microsoft Outlook).

No matter how much (or how little) you may know about Microsoft Office,
this book introduces you to the most common features so you can start being
productive with Office 2007 right away.

How This Book Is Organized
To help you find what you need, this book is organized into parts where each
part covers a different program in Office 2007.
Part I: Getting to Know Microsoft Office 2007
Microsoft Office 2007 may look confusing at first glance, but after you understand
how it works, you’ll find that it’s surprisingly easy to use. This part of
the book explains the new Office menus and toolbars while also showing you
common commands that you can use in any Office 2007 program. By the time
you finish this part of the book, you’ll better understand how to use the individual
programs that make up the rest of Office 2007.
Part II: Working with Word
Word processing is the most popular use for Office 2007, so this part of the
book explains the basics to using Word. Not only does this part of the book
explain how to create and save text, but it also covers different ways to alter
text, such as using color, changing fonts, adding headers and footers, checking
spelling and grammar, and printing your written masterpiece so it looks perfect.
Part III: Playing the Numbers with Excel
If you need to manipulate numbers, you need Microsoft Excel. This part of
the book explains the three basic parts of any spreadsheet, how to format
data, how to create formulas, and how to create different types of charts to
help you visualize what your spreadsheet numbers really mean. Not only will
this part of the book give you the lowdown on spreadsheets, but it shows you
how Microsoft Excel can make creating, formatting, and displaying spreadsheets
simple and easy — and most importantly, useful and fun.
Part IV: Making Presentations with PowerPoint
Throw away your overhead transparencies and clumsy whiteboard and pads
of paper. If you need to give a presentation to a large group, you need to know
how to create colorful and visually interesting presentations using
PowerPoint instead. With PowerPoint, you can organize a presentation into
slides that can display text, pictures, and even animation. By mastering
PowerPoint, you can create presentations that grab an audience’s attention
and emphasize the points you want to make.
Part V: Getting Organized with Outlook
Almost nobody feels like they have enough time to stay organized, so this
part of the book explains why and how to use Microsoft Outlook. With
Outlook, you can read, sort, and write e-mail, keep track of appointments,
store names and addresses of your most important contacts, and even organize
your daily to-do tasks. By reading about how to use Outlook in this part
of the book, you can see how to turn your computer into a personal assistant
to make you more productive.
Part VI: Storing Stuff in Access
If you need to store large amounts of information, such as tracking inventories,
organizing customer orders, or tracking prospective customers, you
may need to use a database program like Microsoft Access. In this part of the
book, you’ll see how to use Access to store, retrieve, sort, and print your
data in different ways. With Access able to slice and dice your information,
you can better analyze your data to understand how your business really works.
Part VII: The Part of Tens
Almost every program offers multiple ways of accomplishing the same task,
and Office 2007 is no exception. After you get familiar with using Office, take a
peek in this part of the book to read about different types of shortcuts you can
use to work with Office even faster than before. This part of the book also offers
tips for using Office to make the programs even easier and more useful. By the
time you get to this part of the book, you may not be an Office expert, but you’ll
be much more comfortable using Office — and then you’ll feel comfortable
exploring and experimenting with different features on your own.

How to Use This Book
Although you can just flip through this book to find the features you need,
consider reading Part I of this book to discover how the new menus and toolbar
icons of Office 2007 work and how they differ from previous versions of
Microsoft Office. After you understand the basics to the way Office 2007
works, you’ll have a much better understanding for how each specific program works.

Conventions
To get the most from this book, you need to understand the following conventions:
The mouse pointer appears as an arrow and serves two purposes. First,
you use the mouse pointer to select data (text, numbers, e-mail messages,
and so on) to change. Second, you use the mouse pointer to tell
Office 2007 which commands you want to use to change the data you selected.
Clicking means moving the mouse pointer over something on the screen
(such as a menu command or a button), pressing the left mouse button
once, and then letting go. Clicking tells the computer, “See what I’m
pointing at? That’s what I want to choose right now.”
Double-clicking means pointing at something with the mouse pointer and
clicking the left mouse button rapidly twice.
Dragging means holding down the left mouse button while moving the
mouse. Dragging typically moves something from one location to
another, such as moving a word from the top of a paragraph to the bottom.
Right-clicking means moving the mouse pointer over something and
clicking the right mouse button once. Right-clicking typically displays a
shortcut menu of additional options.

In addition to understanding these terms to describe different mouse actions,
you also need to understand different keystroke conventions too. When you
see an instruction that reads Ctrl+P, that means to hold down the Ctrl key,
press the P key, and then let go of both the Ctrl and P key at the same time.


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Contents at a Glance
Introduction
Part I: Getting to Know Microsoft Office 2007
Chapter 1: Getting to Know Microsoft Office 2007
Chapter 2: Editing Data
Chapter 3: Getting Help from Office 2007
Part II: Working with Word
Chapter 4: Typing Text in Word
Chapter 5: Formatting Text
Chapter 6: Designing Your Pages
Part III: Playing the Numbers with Excel
Chapter 7: The Basics of Spreadsheets: Numbers, Labels, and Formulas
Chapter 8: Playing with Formulas
Chapter 9: Charting and Analyzing Data
Part IV: Making Presentations with PowerPoint
Chapter 10: Creating a PowerPoint Presentation
Chapter 11: Adding Color and Pictures to a Presentation
Chapter 12: Showing Off a Presentation
Part V: Getting Organized with Outlook
Chapter 13: Organizing E-Mail with Outlook
Chapter 14: Storing Contacts and Organizing Tasks
Chapter 15: Scheduling Your Time
Part VI: Storing Stuff in Access
Chapter 16: Using a Database
Chapter 17: Searching, Sorting, and Querying a Database
Chapter 18: Creating a Database Report
Part VII: The Part of Tens
Chapter 19: Ten Tips for Using Office 2007
Chapter 20: Ten Keystroke Shortcuts for Office 2007
Index


Table of Contents
Introduction........
Who Should Buy This Book ......
How This Book Is Organized............
Part I: Getting to Know Microsoft Office 2007 ...
Part II: Working with Word ..........................
Part III: Playing the Numbers with Excel ....
Part IV: Making Presentations with PowerPoint....
Part V: Getting Organized with Outlook .......
Part VI: Storing Stuff in Access .............
Part VII: The Part of Tens .............
How to Use This Book ........
Conventions ................
Icons Used in This Book...
Getting Started ...................
Part I: Getting to Know Microsoft Office 2007 ................7
Chapter 1: Getting to Know Microsoft Office 2007 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9
Loading an Office 2007 Program ..................................................................10
Getting to Know the New User Interface.....................................................11
The File menu .......................................................................................12
Using the Quick Access toolbar .........................................................19
Using the Ribbon ..................................................................................23
Customizing an Office 2007 Program...........................................................26
Exiting Office 2007..........................................................................................27
Chapter 2: Editing Data  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .29
Adding Data by Pointing................................................................................29
Selecting Data .................................................................................................31
Selecting data with the mouse............................................................31
Selecting data with the keyboard.......................................................33
Selecting multiple chunks of data
with the mouse and keyboard.........................................................34
Editing Data with the Pop-up Toolbar .........................................................34
Deleting Data...................................................................................................35
Cutting and Pasting (Moving) Data..............................................................36
Copying and Pasting Data .............................................................................37
Dragging with the Mouse to Cut, Copy, and Paste.....................................37
Undo and Redo...............................................................................................38
Sharing Data with Other Office 2007 Programs..........................................39
Using the Office Clipboard ..................................................................40
Viewing and pasting items off the Office Clipboard.........................40
Deleting items from the Office Clipboard..........................................41
Chapter 3: Getting Help from Office 2007 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .43
Browsing the Help Window...........................................................................43
Searching in the Help Window .....................................................................45
Making the Help Window Easier to Read ....................................................46
Resizing the Help window ...................................................................46
Enlarging the text in the Help window...............................................47
Keeping the Help window visible at all times...................................48
Printing the text in the Help window .................................................48
Viewing the Table of Contents ............................................................48
Part II: Working with Word.........................................51
Chapter 4: Typing Text in Word . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .53
Moving the Cursor with the Mouse .............................................................53
Moving the Cursor with the Keyboard........................................................54
Viewing a Document ......................................................................................55
Switching between views ....................................................................56
Using Full Screen Reading view ..........................................................57
Using Outline view ...............................................................................58
Navigating through a Document ..................................................................62
Navigating with the mouse..................................................................62
Using the Go To command..................................................................63
Finding and Replacing Text...........................................................................64
Using the Find command.....................................................................64
Using the Find and Replace command ..............................................66
Checking Your Spelling..................................................................................66
Checking Your Grammar ...............................................................................68
Proofreading Your Document .......................................................................68
Typing Symbols ..............................................................................................69
Chapter 5: Formatting Text . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .71
Changing the Font ..........................................................................................72
Changing the Font Size ..................................................................................73
Changing the Text Style.................................................................................74
Changing Colors .............................................................................................75
Changing the color of text...................................................................75
Highlighting text ...................................................................................76
Justifying Text Alignment..............................................................................76
Adjusting Line Spacing ..................................................................................77
Making Lists ....................................................................................................78
Indenting list items...............................................................................79
Converting list items back into text...................................................79
Customizing a list .................................................................................80
Renumbering numbered lists..............................................................80
Using the Ruler ...............................................................................................82
Adjusting left and right paragraph margins......................................83
Defining indentation with the Ruler...................................................84
Showing Formatting Marks ...........................................................................84
Using Format Painter .....................................................................................86
Using Styles.....................................................................................................87
Using Templates .............................................................................................88
Creating a new document from a template.......................................88
Creating a document based on an existing document ....................89
Removing Formatting from Text ..................................................................89
Chapter 6: Designing Your Pages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .91
Inserting New Pages.......................................................................................91
Adding (And Deleting) a Cover Page ...........................................................92
Inserting Page Breaks ....................................................................................93
Inserting Headers and Footers .....................................................................93
Creating a header (or footer)..............................................................93
Defining which pages to display a header (or footer).....................94
Deleting a header (or footer) ..............................................................95
Organizing Text in Tables..............................................................................96
Creating a table by highlighting rows and columns ........................96
Creating a table with the Insert Table dialog box ............................97
Creating a table with the mouse.........................................................98
Creating a table from existing text .....................................................99
Formatting and Coloring a Table................................................................102
Selecting all or part of a table...........................................................102
Aligning text in a table cell ................................................................103
Coloring all or part of a table............................................................104
Adding borders...................................................................................104
Picking a table style ...........................................................................106
Resizing columns and rows...............................................................107
Defining cell margins..........................................................................108
Defining cell spacing ..........................................................................109
Splitting (and merging) cells .............................................................110
Sorting a Table..............................................................................................111
Deleting Tables .............................................................................................112
Deleting an entire table......................................................................112
Deleting rows and columns...............................................................113
Deleting cells.......................................................................................114
Deleting cell borders..........................................................................115
Making Text Look Artistic ...........................................................................115
Creating drop caps.............................................................................115
Creating WordArt................................................................................116
Dividing Text into Columns.........................................................................118
Editing columns..................................................................................118
Removing columns.............................................................................120
Previewing a Document before Printing....................................................120
Defining page size and orientation...................................................120
Using Print Preview............................................................................122
Printing ................................................................................................123
Part III: Playing the Numbers with Excel ....................125
Chapter 7: The Basics of Spreadsheets: Numbers, Labels, and Formulas . . . . .127
Understanding Spreadsheets......................................................................127
Storing Stuff in a Spreadsheet ....................................................................128
Typing data into a single cell ............................................................128
Typing data in multiple cells.............................................................129
Typing in sequences with AutoFill ...................................................130
Formatting Numbers and Labels................................................................131
Formatting numbers ..........................................................................131
Formatting cells ..................................................................................134
Navigating a Spreadsheet............................................................................138
Using the mouse to move around in a spreadsheet ......................138
Using the keyboard to move around a spreadsheet......................138
Naming cells........................................................................................140
Searching a Spreadsheet .............................................................................142
Searching for text ...............................................................................142
Searching for formulas.......................................................................143
Editing a Spreadsheet..................................................................................144
Editing data in a cell...........................................................................144
Changing the size of rows and columns with the mouse ..............144
Typing the size of rows and columns ..............................................145
Adding and deleting rows and columns ..........................................146
Adding sheets .....................................................................................146
Renaming sheets ................................................................................146
Rearranging sheets.............................................................................148
Deleting a sheet ..................................................................................148
Clearing Data ................................................................................................148
Printing Workbooks .....................................................................................149
Using Page Layout view.....................................................................150
Adding a header (or footer)..............................................................151
Printing gridlines ................................................................................152
Defining a print area...........................................................................152
Inserting (and removing) page breaks.............................................153
Printing row and column headings ..................................................155
Defining printing margins..................................................................156
Defining paper orientation and size.................................................156
Printing in Excel..................................................................................158
Chapter 8: Playing with Formulas . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .159
Creating a Formula.......................................................................................159
Organizing formulas with parentheses............................................162
Copying formulas ...............................................................................163
Using Functions............................................................................................164
Using the AutoSum command ..........................................................166
Using recently used functions ..........................................................167
Editing a Formula .........................................................................................168
Goal Seeking..................................................................................................168
Creating Multiple Scenarios........................................................................170
Creating a scenario.............................................................................170
Viewing a scenario .............................................................................172
Editing a scenario...............................................................................173
Viewing a scenario summary............................................................174
Auditing Your Formulas...............................................................................175
Finding where a formula gets its data..............................................176
Finding which formula(s) a cell can change ...................................176
Data Validation .............................................................................................177
Chapter 9: Charting and Analyzing Data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .181
Understanding the Parts of a Chart ...........................................................181
Creating a Chart ...........................................................................................184
Editing a Chart..............................................................................................185
Moving a chart on a worksheet ........................................................185
Moving a chart to a new sheet..........................................................186
Resizing a chart ..................................................................................187
Using the Chart Tools ..................................................................................187
Changing the chart type ....................................................................188
Changing the data source..................................................................189
Switching rows and columns ............................................................189
Changing the parts of a chart ...........................................................190
Designing the layout of a chart.........................................................191
Deleting a chart ..................................................................................192
Organizing Lists in Pivot Tables .................................................................192
Creating a pivot table.........................................................................193
Rearranging labels in a pivot table ..................................................196
Modifying a pivot table......................................................................197
Filtering a pivot table.........................................................................199
Summing a pivot table .......................................................................201
Part IV: Making Presentations with PowerPoint...........203
Chapter 10: Creating a PowerPoint Presentation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .205
Defining the Purpose of Your Presentation ..............................................205
Creating a PowerPoint Presentation..........................................................206
Designing a presentation with Slide view........................................208
Designing a presentation with Outline view ...................................210
Working with Text ........................................................................................213
Typing text in a text box....................................................................213
Formatting text ...................................................................................214
Aligning text ........................................................................................215
Adjusting line spacing........................................................................216
Making numbered and bullet lists....................................................217
Making columns..................................................................................218
Moving and resizing a text box.........................................................219
Rotating a text box .............................................................................220
Chapter 11: Adding Color and Pictures to a Presentation . . . . . . . . .221
Applying a Theme ........................................................................................221
Changing the Background...........................................................................224
Choosing a solid color background .................................................224
Choosing a gradient background .....................................................226
Choosing a picture background .......................................................228
Adding Graphics to a Slide..........................................................................229
Placing picture files on a slide ..........................................................230
Placing clip art on a slide ..................................................................230
Creating WordArt................................................................................232
Resizing, moving, and deleting graphic images..............................232
Rotating graphics ...............................................................................233
Layering objects .................................................................................234
Adding Movies to a Slide.............................................................................235
Adding an animated cartoon to a slide ...........................................235
Adding a movie to a slide ..................................................................235
Adding Sound to a Slide ..............................................................................237
Adding an audio file to a presentation ............................................238
Adding an audio clip to a presentation ...........................................239
Adding a CD audio track to a presentation.....................................239
Chapter 12: Showing Off a Presentation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .241
Spell-Checking Your Presentation..............................................................241
Adding Visual Transitions...........................................................................242
Adding slide transitions ....................................................................243
Text transitions...................................................................................245
Adding Hyperlinks........................................................................................246
Creating Web page hyperlinks ..........................................................246
Creating hyperlinks to external files................................................247
Creating hyperlinks to different slides ............................................247
Running a program through a hyperlink .........................................249
Viewing a Presentation................................................................................250
Creating a custom slide show...........................................................251
Hiding a slide ......................................................................................252
Organizing with Slide Sorter view ....................................................253
Timing yourself...................................................................................254
Creating Handouts .......................................................................................256
Packing Presentations to Go.......................................................................257
Part V: Getting Organized with Outlook ......................259
Chapter 13: Organizing E-Mail with Outlook . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .261
Configuring E-Mail Settings .........................................................................261
Adding an e-mail account..................................................................265
Deleting an e-mail account ................................................................266
Editing an e-mail account ..................................................................266
Creating E-Mail..............................................................................................267
Creating a new e-mail message.........................................................267
Replying to an e-mail message..........................................................269
Using a stored e-mail address to create a new e-mail message....270
Forwarding an e-mail message .........................................................271
Attaching Files to Messages........................................................................272
Attaching a file to a message ............................................................272
Attaching Outlook information to another message .....................273
Formatting E-Mail .........................................................................................274
Formatting text ...................................................................................274
Adding signatures to your messages...............................................275
Reading and Organizing E-Mail...................................................................279
Categorizing messages ......................................................................279
Retrieving a file attachment from a message..................................282
Deleting E-Mail Messages ............................................................................284
Chapter 14: Storing Contacts and Organizing Tasks . . . . . . . . . . . . . .287
Storing Contact Information .......................................................................287
Searching Contact Information...................................................................289
Viewing and Printing Contact Information ...............................................290
Categorizing Contact Information..............................................................291
Creating categories ............................................................................292
Storing names in categories..............................................................293
Viewing names by categories............................................................294
Sharing Contact Information ......................................................................294
Defining Tasks...............................................................................................295
Creating a task ....................................................................................296
Editing a task.......................................................................................297
Organizing and viewing your tasks ..................................................298
Finishing a task ...................................................................................299
Deleting a task.....................................................................................299
Chapter 15: Scheduling Your Time . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .301
Setting Appointments ..................................................................................301
Making a new appointment...............................................................301
Editing an appointment .....................................................................304
Deleting an appointment ...................................................................305
Defining a recurring appointment ....................................................305
Editing a recurring appointment ......................................................306
Printing Your Schedule................................................................................307
Part VI: Storing Stuff in Access ..................................309
Chapter 16: Using a Database . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .311
Understanding the Basics of a Database...................................................312
Designing a Database...................................................................................313
Creating a database from scratch ....................................................314
Creating a database from a template...............................................316
Editing and Modifying a Database .............................................................317
Naming a field .....................................................................................317
Adding and deleting a field ...............................................................317
Defining the type and size of a field .................................................318
Typing Data into a Database.......................................................................321
Using Datasheet view.........................................................................321
Using Form view .................................................................................322
Creating a form ...................................................................................322
Viewing and editing data in a form...................................................323
Editing a form......................................................................................324
Closing and Saving a Database...................................................................328
Closing a database table....................................................................328
Closing a database file .......................................................................329
Chapter 17: Searching, Sorting, and Querying a Database . . . . . . . .331
Searching a Database...................................................................................332
Searching for a specific record.........................................................332
Filtering a database............................................................................333
Sorting a Database .......................................................................................339
Querying a Database....................................................................................340
Creating a simple query.....................................................................340
Creating a crosstab query.................................................................343
Creating a query that finds duplicate field data.............................346
Creating an unmatched query ..........................................................348
Viewing and deleting queries............................................................350
Chapter 18: Creating a Database Report . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .353
Using the Report Wizard .............................................................................353
Viewing and Printing a Report....................................................................357
Manipulating the Data in a Report .............................................................359
Counting records or values...............................................................360
Sorting a field ......................................................................................361
Filtering a field ....................................................................................362
Editing a Report............................................................................................363
Resizing fields .....................................................................................364
Deleting fields .....................................................................................365
Deleting a Report .........................................................................................366
Part VII: The Part of Tens...........................................367
Chapter 19: Ten Tips for Using Office 2007 . . . . . . . . . .369
Saving Office 2007 Files ...............................................................................369
Password-Protecting Your Files..................................................................370
Guarding Against Macro Viruses and Worms...........................................371
Create Your Own Word Keystroke Shortcuts ...........................................372
Zooming In (And Out) to Avoid Eyestrain.................................................373
When in Doubt, Right-Click the Mouse......................................................374
Freezing Row and Column Headings in Excel...........................................374
Displaying Slides Out of Order in PowerPoint..........................................375
Reduce Spam in Outlook.............................................................................375
Setting up Outlook’s junk e-mail filter..............................................375
Creating a Safe Senders list ...............................................................377
Creating a Blocked Senders list ........................................................378
Using Pocket Office ......................................................................................378
Chapter 20: Ten Keystroke Shortcuts for Office 2007 . . . . . . . . . . . . .379
Protecting Yourself with Undo (Ctrl+Z) and Redo (Ctrl+Y)....................379
Cut (Ctrl+X), Copy (Ctrl+C), and Paste (Ctrl+V) ......................................380
Using the Cut and Paste commands ................................................380
Using the Copy and Paste commands .............................................381
Using the Paste command with the Office Clipboard....................381
Saving a File (Ctrl+S)....................................................................................382
Printing a File (Ctrl+P) .................................................................................382
Checking Your Spelling (F7)........................................................................382
Opening a File (Ctrl+O)................................................................................383
Creating a New File (Ctrl+N) .......................................................................384
Finding Text (Ctrl+F)....................................................................................384
Finding and Replacing Text (Ctrl+H) .........................................................385
Closing a Window (Ctrl+W).........................................................................386
Index........................................................................387

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