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Hour 5. Creating Documents from Existing... > Creating a Document with a Wizard

Creating a Document with a Wizard

Wizards give you as much hand-holding as possible, short of sending you the final document in the mail. Here, you practice using two kinds of wizards. The first one, the Memo Wizard, is an example of the standard type that you find in the Templates dialog box. You progress through a series of dialog boxes, answering a different set of questions in each one. When you click Finish at the end, Word generates the document. The second one, the Letter Wizard, is a bit atypical. You access it through the Tools menu, not the New dialog box, and instead of presenting a series of dialog boxes, it gives you only one dialog box, with all of the questions arranged in different tabs. After you've made your selections in each tab, you click OK to generate the document.

The Memo Wizard

When you need to dash off a quick memo, the Memo Wizard can be a great help. It fills in most of the details so that you need to do little more than type the memo text.


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