Introducing Microsoft Word 2003
Category : 9th Class
Microsoft Word is a powerful and spontaneous word processor. MS Office brings new revolution in documentation. Gone are the days of typewriter. Using word you can create a document by using various fonts and styles. You can also add graphics and pictures in your document. MS Words allows saving a document for future use. You can also take print of your document. MS Office provides fully GUI environment that makes easy to use it. The following are the elements of MS Word:
Is located at the top of the window and displays the name of the document which is active.
Is located on the upper right corner of the window. It is the first button of existing three buttons.
Is also located on the upper right corner of the window. It is the second button of existing three buttons. It basically changes the size of the window.
Document Close Button
Is located on the upper right corner of the window. It is the third button of existing three buttons. It is basically used for closing the document on window.
Is the list of main menu choices located below the title bar.
Standard Tool Bar
Provides button for commonly used commands, which are located below the menu bar.
Formatting Tool Bar
Provides buttons which are most commonly used for formatting commands, and located below standard toolbar.
Displays information about the left margin, right margin, top and bottom margins, and it also allows horizontal and vertical alignment of the text in a document.
Allows scrolling the document up and down or from left to right. There are two types of scroll bar: vertical and horizontal.
Displays information about the active document, such as current line number, column number or page number. It is located across the bottom of the application window.
Is the area where you enter your text document is referred as Text Area.
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