It is to the common knowledge of every user that Microsoft Office, developed by the software giant, is a productivity suite which holds a flurry of features. One of the important applications embedded in this suite is the Microsoft® Word Word. There has been previously released versions of Microsoft® Word but in this article, our prime focus will be on the Microsoft® Word 2007 version.

This article will serve as a Microsoft Word Manual to cater to users who are novices and beginners with an intention to carry out the functions of the Microsoft Word 2007 in an authenticated manner. A significant observation in the Microsoft Word 2007 is the revamped and re-furnished menu bar, which is something that will immediately catch your attention when you explore. There are three important features which are completely indispensable and essential when you get to start to work with Microsoft Word 2007.

They are the Microsoft® Office Button, the Quick Access Toolbar, and the Ribbon. The troika has important functions embedded inside them which were similar in the menu of previous versions of Microsoft® Word. Their functions will be analyzed and compared accordingly. Let us get straight to the basics by analyzing these features.


a) Microsoft® Office button

Let us start with the Microsoft® Office button. This feature in Microsoft Word 2007 carries out most of the functions that were embedded in the File menu of previously released versions of Microsoft® Word. It allows a user to create a new document, open an existing document, save or save as, print, send, publish or close. It is an integral part and serves as the soul of the product wherein all information are passed across through it.

b) Quick Access toolbar

The next important feature is the Quick Access toolbar. It is basically a customizable toolbar that holds all the commands that a user would like to deploy. The quick access toolbar can be placed above or below the ribbon. In order to change the location of the quick access toolbar, a user will have to click on the arrow at the end of the toolbar and then click on Show Below the Ribbon.

There is also a provision to add items to the quick access toolbar. To enable this, Right click on any item in the Microsoft® Office Button or the Ribbon and then press Add to Quick Access Toolbar. There will be an automated shortcut which will be added to the Quick Access Toolbar

c) The Ribbon

This feature is located at the top part of the document in the form of a panel. There are seven tabs embedded with it. They include; Home, Insert, Page Layout, References, Mailings, Review, and View which comprise a host of new and existing features of Word. Each tab is clubbed and classified into groups.

These groups are logical collections of features structured to carry out functions which will be utilized in developing or editing in a Microsoft® Word document. Also, another interesting thing is that all the frequently used features are shown on the Ribbon. In order to view the additional features that are clubbed in each group, a user will have to click on the arrow at the bottom right of each group.

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