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Part I: Everyday Word Processing > Editing a Document

Chapter 5. Editing a Document

  • Control document windows and the display

    Customize how your documents are displayed and design a workspace that accommodates you.

  • Select, edit, and delete text

    You can easily select and manipulate text to transform a draft document into a final version.

  • Insert frequently used text

    Take advantage of Word's AutoText and AutoCorrect features to speed up repetitive tasks.

  • Check spelling and hyphenation

    Word's spelling and hyphenation tools make it easy to create smart-looking documents.

  • Move and copy text and graphics

    Word's Clipboard and linking features allow you to copy, move, and link text within or between documents.

As you begin working with Word, you'll want to gain a solid understanding of the basics. For example, several different options exist for viewing your document: You can work very quickly in Normal view, or you can slow down and zoom in to do detailed work by choosing the Page Layout view and enlarging it up to 500 percent. You can move around in your document in many ways, using both mouse and keyboard techniques.


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