By Guy Hart-Davis
This publication is a pragmatic, step by step consultant to getting began with Microsoft place of work 2010. you will the best way to create and edit crucial place of work documents - records, spreadsheets, shows, and extra - quick and successfully. you will additionally find out about the entire new updates integrated with place of work 2010. Collaborate on initiatives within the cloud and entry your documents from almost anywhere-with starting Microsoft place of work 2010, you will take a hands-on method of studying every thing, new and previous, that the world's most well liked productiveness software program suite has to supply.
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When you want to work from a blank slate, you can create a new Word document, Excel workbook, or PowerPoint presentation that has no contents and no special formatting. info CHAPTER 1 ■ GETTING STARTED WITH OFFICE 2010 To create a new document based on a template, follow these steps: 1. Click the File tab to open Backstage. 2. Click New in the menu of commands on the left to display the Available Templates pane (in PowerPoint, this pane is called Available Templates and Themes). Figure 1-10 shows the Available Templates pane for Word.
Click the Save button on the Quick Access Toolbar or press Ctrl+S to display the Save As dialog box (see Figure 1-11). You can also click the File tab and then click Save in the Backstage pane, but there’s no advantage to doing so. Figure 1-11. The Save As dialog box at first appears at its smaller size, with the folder pane hidden. Click the Browse Folders button if you need to navigate through folders. 2. Choose the folder in which you want to store the document: • You can move to another folder by clicking one of the arrows in the address box at the top of the Save As dialog box, and then clicking the folder on the list.
You can then navigate through the folders using the folder tree on the left or the folders in the main pane. info CHAPTER 1 ■ GETTING STARTED WITH OFFICE 2010 • When you have found the folder you want to use, double-click the folder to open it. ■ Note The Office applications come set to save your documents in your Documents folder. You can switch to any other folder needed for any document, but you can also change the default location. See Chapter 5 for how to do this. Figure 1-12. Expand the Save As dialog box if you need to use the folder pane to navigate to a different folder.