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Part I: Word > Basic Word Processing

Chapter 1. Basic Word Processing

It happens millions of times a day. Someone sits down at a computer, opens Microsoft Word, and starts typing. When he wants to start a new paragraph, he hits Return a couple of times and keeps going. When he's done, he clicks the Print button and voila!—a page of text that's perfectly fine for handing out at a meeting or posting on a bulletin board.

Of course, if that were the extent of your Office X ambitions, you wouldn't be reading a book about it. As you'll discover later in this book, Word X offers a staggering array of advanced features that were once found only in page layout programs and graphics software (not to mention space shuttles).


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