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Part III: Writing with Word > Word Settings to Change

Chapter 16. Word Settings to Change

In this chapter

  • Adding more recently used files to the File menu

  • Editing text by using the mouse

  • Controlling how Word selects text

  • Setting backup and recovery options

  • Changing the default location for templates and other files

  • Changing your personal information

  • Setting spelling options

  • Controlling macro security

Like the other Microsoft Office applications, Word gives you a wealth of settings to change that control the way the program looks and functions. For example, you might want to use a program such as Adobe Photoshop to edit pictures, add more recently used documents to the File menu, or change the personal information stored with your documents.


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