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Chapter 2. Creating and Saving Documents

Chapter 2. Creating and Saving Documents

You can't get much done in Word without creating and saving documents—and once you've used Word even a little, you'll know it's a good idea to save a document immediately after creating it to ensure that you don't lose work if Word, Windows, or your computer crashes.

Creating a new document is simple in a basic word processor, but Word, being more complex, offers templates that can both help and hinder you. Templates can save you a lot of time, but they can also cause problems—for example, they sometimes become corrupted, and you might even find that your new "blank" document always contains unwanted text that you must dispose of before you can work in your document.


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