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Organization of This Book > Part III - Pg. xiv

sort of information desk for the book. It provides a quick reference to the most common tasks in Word and shows where in the book those tasks are detailed. Chapter 2 is a critical chapter. It starts with a description of how Word builds its interface each time it starts and what environmental variables affect that process. From there, it opens Word's hood and examines the nuts and bolts that make it work (and sometimes not work). Chapter 3 covers the two primary tools used to customize Word's operations and its interface: the Tools Options and Tools Customize commands. Part II Part II is the part of the book that should keep you coming back for more and will likely end up with the most dog-eared pages. The chapters are organized according to Word's menus. Each chapter is organized by the commands on the menu it covers. Chapter 4 details the menu commands used to start, save, close, and print docu- ments, edit document properties, and exit the Word program. Chapter 5 details the commands used for selecting and manipulating content and for searching documents. Chapter 6 details the commands used for changing the way a document window looks and works. Chapter 7 details the commands used for inserting fields, footnotes, cross-referen-