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Part 1: Professional Tools for Professio... > Mastering Document Fundamentals

Chapter 2. Mastering Document Fundamentals

Creating and Working with Content in Word26
Saving Documents74
Retrieving Local and Shared Documents82
Taking Advantage of AutoRecover and Background Saves87


If you’ve been using Word through its last few versions, you might have noticed that the program has been steadily growing beyond being a basic word-processing tool. If you haven’t been using recent versions of Word, you might have heard through the grapevine (and be pleasantly surprised to find) that Word has evolved into a word-processing application that can be used to collaborate on documents with others on a network, create e-mail messages, create and manipulate Extensible Markup Language (XML) files, conduct mail merges, perform desktop publishing tasks, create Web pages, and on and on. All these features add value to Word’s complete package, but the root of Word’s power remains in its fundamental capability—document creation.


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