Microsoft has given its users various software products in the past decade alone. The software range from Windows (98, 2000, XP, Vista or 7) to search engine like Bing. The application software have made our work with computer much easier and friendly. Today we can jot down our message on Windows Live Messenger to our friend sitting in the other corner of the world. But, the most antique and priceless tribute by Microsoft to its users’ is Microsoft Office. Microsoft® Office came to lime light in the year 1988 and from then it has become an essential bit and part of every running computer whether it is at home, school office. The first leg of Microsoft Office on the Windows was its version 3.0 and was introduced for Work groups 3.11 OS (Operating system). From then Microsoft Office did not look back rather turned its way to become one of revitalizing application software for the users’. Microsoft Office comprises of sub-products like Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Power Point, Microsoft Access and Microsoft Publisher etc.
However, Microsoft Word and Microsoft Excel hold dominance over other flagship products of Microsoft Office as they are the two most widely used application software of Microsoft Office. Microsoft Word mainly deals with the creation of text documents while the Microsoft Excel highlights the usage of Spread Sheet for table creation ad calculation of numerical based data.
You may think how can I make use such wonderful application soft wares? No worries, a set instructions jotted down below will help you through.
How to use Microsoft Word?
On the windows based OS, click on the “Start” menu tab which you can find on the extreme left corner of your desktop. In the prompted dialogue box click on the “Programs” tab to proceed further.
In the program list choose by clicking on the “MICROSOFT Office” tab and then on the “MICROSOFT Office Word” application’s tab.
On the prompted window of Microsoft Word, choose the “New blank document” tab to begin your work with Microsoft Word.
On the toolbar of the Microsoft Word, you can format your document’s text by choosing a “Font type”, “Font Colour”, “Font Style” and “Font size” etc.
You can also go for apply the styles and different type of formatting by a mere click on the tab of “Styles and Formatting” from the menu bar.
Once you’re done with your documentation, you can save your work pressing CTRL+S from your keyboard and give a name to your document. To confirm re-open the document you jotted down by opening it again.
How to use Microsoft Excel?
For the windows based Operating system, click on the “Start” menu tab which you can find on the extreme left corner of your desktop. In the prompted dialogue box click on the “Program” tab to proceed further.
From the programs’ list choose by clicking on the “MICROSOFT Office” tab and then on the “Microsoft Office Excel” application’s tab.
A “New” tab will appear, click on it. Format the table you’re creating by clicking on the “Format” tab on the toolbar.
From the toolbar of the Microsoft Excel, you can go for formatting the document’s text by choosing a “Font type”, “Font Style”, “Font Colour” and “Font size” etc.
Save the work done by pressing CTRL+S and re-open the saved work to re-confirm.