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     Microsoft Word File Menu
    Microsoft Word - File Menu
    From this hour you will be able to learn about – Microsoft Word File Menu Version 2003/2007/2010

    How to Run/Open Microsoft Word
    How to Create Shortcut Key to Run Microsoft Word
    Short Discussion of MS Word Window Layout
    MS Word File Menu - How to Create a New Document
    MS Word File Menu - How to Save a Document
    MS Word File Menu - How to Save a Document by Different Name/Location/Format
    MS Word File Menu - How to Save a Document as Web Page
    MS Word File Menu - How to Open an Existing Document
    MS Word File Menu - How to Protect a Document by Password (Single)
    MS Word File Menu - How to Protect a Document by Password (Double)
    MS Word File Menu - How to Protect a Document as Read Only
    MS Word File Menu - How to Open Protected Document
    MS Word File Menu - How to Remove/Delete Protection of a Document
    MS Word File Menu - How to Preview a Document
    MS Word File Menu - How to Search a Document
    MS Word File Menu - How to Setup Page of a Document
    MS Word File Menu - How to Print a Document
    MS Word File Menu - How to Close a Document
    MS Word File Menu - How to Exit Microsoft Word


     
     
    To Run Microsoft Word:
    • Click Start Menu
    • Point to Programs/AllPrograms
    • Point to Microsoft Office
    • Click Microsoft Word 2003/2007/2010
    • or
    • Press 'Windows Key ' from Keyboard
    • Press 'R' from Keyboard
    • Type WINWORD
    • Press 'Enter' from Keyboard
    To Create Shortcut Key to Run Microsoft Word:
    • Click Start Menu
    • Point to Programs/All Programs
    • Point to Microsoft Office
    • Right Click on Microsoft Word 2003/2007/2010
    • Click Properties
    • Set Cursor into Shortcut Key box
    • Press 'W' or any Character from Keyboard
    • Click OK
    • Then Press 'Ctrl + Alt + W' from Keyboard
    Discussion of MS Word Window Layout:

    Layout Window of Microsoft Word 2003 -

    By default MS Word 2003 will open at Normanl View/Layout and without boundaries. So set Print Layout (Click 'View Menu' > Click 'Print Layout') and set boundaries (Click 'Tools Menu' > Click 'Options' > Select 'Text boundaries' > Click OK)

    Layout Window of Microsoft Word 2007 -

    By default MS Word 2007/2010 will open at Print Layout and without boundaries. So don't need to set Print Layout as before (2003), just set boundaries (Click 'Office Button /File Menu' > Click 'Options' > Click 'Advanced' > Select 'Show text boundaries' under Show document content > Click OK)

    Layout Window of Microsoft Word 2010 -

    After open MS Word type 3 or 4 paragraph (5 line into a paragraph). Then test/practices below keyboard shortcuts.

    Keyboard Shortcut Key
    Description

    More Shortcuts -

    • Click Help Menu
    • Click Microsoft Office Word Help
    • Type shortcuts into Search box
    • Press Enter
    • Select Offline Help (if not selected)
    • Press Enter
    • Click Keyboard Shortcuts
    • Then find your topic and click the link
    MS Word File Menu - To Create New Document:
    • Click File Menu
    • Click New
    • Click 'Blank Document' from 'Task Pane' (2003)
    • Select 'Blank Document' and Click 'Create button' (2010)
    • or
    • Click New Document Icon from 'Standard Toolbar' (2003)
    • or
    • Press 'Ctrl + N' from Keyboard (2003/2007/2010)
    MS Word File Menu - To Save a Document:

    Save: Saves the active files with its current file name, location and file format.

    • After type something (A Quick Brown Fox Jumps Over The Lazy Dog.)
    • Click File Menu
    • Click Save
    • Select Location from 'Save in' box
    • Type File Name into 'File name' box
    • Click Save
    • or
    • After type something (A Quick Brown Fox Jumps Over The Lazy Dog.)
    • Press 'Ctrl + S' from Keyboard
    • Select Location from 'Save in' box
    • Type File Name into 'File name' box
    • Press 'Enter' from Keyboard
     MS Word File Menu - To Save on Different Name/Location:

    Save as: Saves the active file with a different file name, location or file format. We can also use this command to save a file with a password or to protect a file so that others cannot change its contents.

    • After Save
    • Click File Menu
    • Click Save As
    • Select Location from 'Save in' box
    • Type New File Name into 'File name' box
    • Click Save
    • or
    • After Save
    • Press 'F12' from Keyboard
    • Select Location from 'Save in' box
    • Type New File Name into 'File name' box
    • Press 'Enter' from Keyboard
    MS Word File Menu - To Save a Document as Web page:

    Save as Web page: Saves the file in HTML format (a Web page) so that it can be viewed in a web browser and sets other options such as the Web page title and location where the file will be saved.

    • Click File menu
    • Click Save as
    • Select Location from 'Save in' box
    • Type File Name into 'File name' box
    • Select Save as type: Web Page (*.htm; *.html)
    • Click Save
    MS Word File Menu - To Open an Existing Document:
    • Click File Menu
    • Click Open
    • Select Location
    • Select Document
    • Click Open
    • or
    • Press 'Ctrl + O' from Keyboard
    • Select Location
    • Select Document
    • Press 'Enter' from Keyboard
    MS Word File Menu - To Protect a Document by Password (Single):
    • Click File Menu
    • Click Save As...
    • Click Tools (upper right corner - 2003, lower left corner - 2007/2010)
    • Click Security Options... (2003) General Options... (2007/2010)
    • Type Password (as - 123 or your choice) into 'Password to open' box
    • Click OK
    • Again Type Same Password (123) into 'Reenter password to open' box
    • Click OK
    • Click Save


    MS Word File Menu - To Protect a Document by Password (Double):
    • Click File Menu
    • Click Save As...
    • Click Tools (upper right corner - 2003, lower left corner - 2007/2010)
    • Click Security Options... (2003) General Options... (2007/2010)
    • Type Password (as - 123 or your choice) into 'Password to open' box
    • Type Password (as - 321 or your choice) into 'Password to modify' box
    • Click OK
    • Again Type Same Password (123) into 'Reenter password to open' box
    • Click OK
    • Again Type Same Password (321) into 'Reenter password to modify' box
    • Click OK
    • Click Save
    MS Word File Menu - To Protect a Document as Read Only:

    Process - 1:
    • Click File Menu
    • Click Save As...
    • Click Tools (upper right corner - 2003, lower left corner - 2007/2010)
    • Click Security Options... (2003) General Options... (2007/2010)
    • Check ON or Click 'Read-only recommended'
    • Click Protect Document
    • Option ON 'Forms:'
    • Type Password (as - abc or your choice) into 'Password (optional)' box
    • Click OK
    • Again Type Same Password (abc) into 'Reenter password to open:' box
    • Click OK
    • Click OK
    • Click Save

    Process - 2:

    • Click File Menu
    • Click Save As...
    • Click Tools (upper right corner - 2003, lower left corner - 2007/2010)
    • Click Security Options... (2003) General Options... (2007/2010)
    • Type Password (as - 123 or your choice) into 'Password to open' box
    • Type Password (as - 321 or your choice) into 'Password to modify' box
    • Check ON or Click 'Read-only recommended'
    • Click Protect Document
    • Option ON or Click 'Forms:'
    • Type Password (as - abc or your choice) into 'Password (optional)' box
    • Click OK
    • Again Type Same Password (abc) into 'Reenter password to open:' box
    • Click OK
    • Again Type Same Password (123) into 'Reenter password to open' box
    • Click OK
    • Again Type Same Password (321) into 'Reenter password to modify' box
    • Click OK
    • Click Save
    MS Word File Menu - To Open a Protected Document:

    Process - 1: (For Single Protection)
    • Close the Protected Document
    • Click File Menu
    • Click Open
    • Select Location
    • Select Protected Document
    • Click Open
    • Type Password (as - 123 or your password)
    • Click OK

    Process - 2: (For Double Protection)

    • Close the Protected Document
    • Click File Menu
    • Click Open
    • Select Location
    • Select Protected Document
    • Click Open
    • Type Password (as - 123 or your password)
    • Click OK
    • Type another Password (as - 321 or your password)
    MS Word File Menu - To Remove/Delete Protection of a Document :

    Process - 1: (For Single Protection)
    • Open the Protected Document
    • Click File Menu
    • Click Save As...
    • Click Tools (upper right corner - 2003, lower left corner - 2007/2010)
    • Click Security Options... (2003) General Options... (2007/2010)
    • Delete Password from 'Password to open' box
    • Click OK
    • Click Save

    Process - 2: (For Double Protection)

    • Open the Protected Document
    • Click File Menu
    • Click Save As...
    • Click Tools (upper right corner - 2003, lower left corner - 2007/2010)
    • Click Security Options... (2003) General Options... (2007/2010)
    • Delete Password from 'Password to open' box
    • Delete Password from 'Password to modify' box
    • Click OK
    • Click Save

    Process - 3: (For Read Only)

    • Open the Protected Document
    • Click File Menu
    • Click Save As...
    • Click Tools (upper right corner - 2003, lower left corner - 2007/2010)
    • Click Security Options... (2003) General Options... (2007/2010)
    • Delete Password from 'Password to open' box
    • Delete Password from 'Password to modify' box
    • Click Unprotect Document
    • Type Password (as - abc or your password) into 'Password' box
    • Click OK
    • Click OK
    • Click Save
    MS Word File Menu - To Preview of a Document:

    Print Preview: Print Preview shows how a file will look when we print it.

    • After Open or Create a Presentation
    • Click File menu
    • Click Print preview
    • or
    • After Open or Create a Presentation
    • Press 'Ctrl + F2' from Keyboard

    Web Page Preview: Web Page Preview shows how a file will look on Web.

    • After Open or Create a Presentation
    • Click File menu
    • Click Print preview
    MS Word File Menu - To Search a Document:
    • Click File menu
    • Click Serach
    • Type Document Name (as - Pinki.doc) into 'Search text:' box from 'Task Pane'
    • Select Location from 'Sreach in:' box
    • Select File Type from 'Results should be:'
    • Click Search
    MS Word File Menu - To Setup Page of a Document:
    • Click File menu
    • Click Page Setup...
    • Set Margins/Orientation as you need
    • Click Paper Tab
    • Set Paper Size as you need
    • Click OK
    MS Word File Menu - To Print a Document:
    • Click File Menu
    • Click Print
    • or
    • Press 'Ctrl + P' from Keyboard
    • To Print all Pages:
    • Select 'All' option/radio button (by default All is selected)
    • Number of Copies as you choice
    • Print what: Document
    • Print: All pages in range or Odd pages or Even pages
    • To Print Current Page:
    • Select 'Current Page' option/radio button (current page means which page you are working on)
    • Number of copies: as you choice
    • Print what: Document
    • Print: All pages in range
    • To Print Selection:
    • Select 'Text' from a Page
    • Select 'Selection' option/radio button
    • Number of copies: as you choice
    • Print what: Document
    • Print: All pages in range
    • To Print Pages as you choice:
    • Select 'Pages' option/radio button
    • Type Slide Number as 5,10-15,20,22-25 into 'Slides:' box
    • Number of copies: as you choice
    • Print what: Document
    • Print: All pages in range
    • Click OK
    MS Word File Menu - To Close a Document:
    • Click File menu
    • Click Close
    • or
    • Press 'Ctrl + W' from Keyboard
    MS Word File Menu - To Exit Microsoft Word:
    • Click File Menu
    • Click Exit
    • or
    • Press 'Alt + F4' from Keyboard
    • or
    • Click 'Close Button' from TopRight Corner of Power Point Window
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