Word 2007 Home Tab
In the Microsoft Word 2007 home tab tutorials you will find most of your basic features. These are the tools you will find yourself using the most when creating a Word document. With this tab you are able to change the style, size and color of your font, align test, create bullets and numbers, and cut and paste text.
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In the Word 2007 Tutorials Insert tab edition we will go step by step through each section of the Insert tab just like we did on the Home Tab. We will continue to work on the greeting card we started. I know this is a long process to make a simple card but I want you to have a through understanding of all the functions of Word 2007.
In this tutorial we will be covering the Word 2007 Review tab. This tab is used for proof reading a document, adding comments, tracking changes made to a document and comparing documents.
The view tab in Word 2007 is where you can change the way your document looks on your computer screen. You are able to see grid lines, zoom in and out, or look at pages in a book view. This will be a fairly short tutorial. Some of the sections you will not use and we can cover them briefly. Lets get started with the first section.
In Word 2007, the Ribbon is a new way of accessing frequently used commands and options. It replaces the drop-down menus from previous versions of Word. Best of all, it puts everything out in the open, making things easier for novice users. In this walk-through, we'll explore the sections of the Home Ribbon.
The Captions section in Word 2007 References tab can be used for Holiday letters to put a caption with pictures or to label tables and objects you insert into your word documents.
The Word 2007 References tab is a feature I wish Microsoft had when I was in High School and College. These features would have been great for all those papers I had to write. I will go through each section of the References tab. You can select the section you would like to learn from the links at the top of this page or follow each one and click the next arrow at the bottom to move through them sequentially.
In these tutorials we will cover all of the sections of the Word 2007 Page Layout tab. We will go through step by step explaining how all of the buttons in each section work. You can skip around by clicking the section you would like to learn about at the top of this page. The Page layout tab is where you can change the appearance of the entire Word document.
This section in the Review Tab of Word 2007 is Comments. The Word 2007 comments section lets someone add a comment to your document. The comments work like sticky notes.
Last but not least is the Word 2007 Editing section. These features are great for large documents. If you need to look for a specific word or section of your document.
Microsoft Word is a word processing software package. You can use it to type letters, reports, and other documents. This tutorial teaches Microsoft Word 2007 basics. Although this tutorial was created for the computer novice, because Microsoft Word 2007 is so different from previous versions of Microsoft Word, even experienced users may find it useful. This lesson will introduce you to the Word window. You use this window to interact with Word. To begin this lesson, open Microsoft Word 2007. The Microsoft Word window appears and your screen looks similar to the one shown here.