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Chapter 1. Getting Comfortable with Word > Getting Acquainted with the Word Int...

Getting Acquainted with the Word Interface

You may be new to Word, but if you’ve used any other Windows program, you’ll recognize most of the screen elements. The screen always contains a title bar, menu bar, toolbar, and control buttons. You’ll find that the nice thing about a Windows program is that after you learn one application, you have a head start on the next one.

When you start Word, a blank document appears (see Figure 1.1), which means you can start typing immediately. The insertion point shows you where the text will appear.


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