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Using the Task Pane

The task pane, one of the new features in Word 2003, is designed to make it easier for you to select recently used documents, create new documents, and get help when you need it. Positioned on the right side of the screen, the task pane is out of the way but still accessible.


When you open Word, the Getting Started task pane lists your most recently opened documents (see Figure 1.3). An open icon is placed next to the More command; clicking it displays the Open dialog box where you can browse for documents. The upper section of the task pane enables you to search Microsoft online resources for answers to your questions. This page of the task pane is the Home page. You can get back to it later by clicking the house icon at the top of the task pane.


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