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Introduction

Once you've become familiar with Microsoft Office Word 2003 and all the features it contains, you might want to customize the way you work with Word. You can change your view settings so that your Word window looks the way you want. Word comes with set defaults, such as viewing the startup task pane or vertical ruler, how many files you've recently opened, which you can change to a new default. Some of the other Word customization features allow you to set a default font and related attributes to use when you are typing text in text boxes. Other defaults might be the color or line style of an AutoShape that you create.

You can change the configuration of the menus and toolbars that you use. You can also create your own toolbar or menu for just the commands that you use when creating and formatting your documents. There are a variety of shortcut keys that can help you quickly get the job done.


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