Click the Start button and select Microsoft Word from the Menu.
Click the Start button, choose All Programs, Microsoft Office then click on Microsoft Word.
Have your mom help you.
Click on All Programs and choose Microsoft Word.
Go to the order window and place your order.
Click the menu name with your mouse.
Right click the document and make a selection.
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Looking up the toolbar button in the user guide.
Calling Microsoft and asking them what the toolbar button does.
Select View, toolbar Button Description Wizard from the menu.
Pointing to the toolbar button for a few seconds.
Ctrl + O
Ctrl + B
Ctrl + X
Ctrl + end
Selects the object
Deletes the object
Nothing - the right mouse button is there for left-handed people.
Opens a shortcut menu listing things that you can do to the object.
Pressing Crtl + N
Clicking the New button on the Standard toolbar.
Selecting File > New from the menu.
All of these procedures will create a new document.
Click in the selection bar next to the line.
Triple-click in the selection bar or press and hold the ctrl key.
Double-click the word
Press and hold the ctrl key and click anywhere in the sentence
Clicking the Replace Text button on the Standard toolbar
Simply typing the new text.
You can't replace selected text with new text.
Selecting File > Insert New Text from the menu.
In the Microsoft Word folder.
On the Internet.
In the My Documents folder.
In the My Favorites folder.
Click the office button, then select save
Click all programs, then select save file
Double click the main menu, then select select save from the drop down menu
All of these methods will save a document
Selecting File > View On-screen from the menu.
Word is unable to display how documents will look when printed on-screen.
Selecting View > WYSIWYG from the menu.
Clicking the Print Preview button on the Standard toolbar