Frequently-Asked Questions about Word 2007
This document contains answers to questions that come to the User Support Center about using new features in Word 2007, and finding familiar features that are now in new places.
Working with Graphics in Word 2007
This document explains how to give Word 2007 documents greater visual interest by adding drop caps, grouped and layered graphic objects, page borders, and watermarks. It describes how to position graphic objects anywhere on a page, change text wraps around an object, modify object alignment, and/or add gradient color fills, textures, shadows, and 3-D effects.
Using the Mailings Ribbon in Word 2007
describes the steps for completing a mailing of letters, labels,
envelopes or e-mail messages using the Mailings Ribbon. Some people
used the Mail Merge Wizard which is also available.
Formatting a Paper in Word 2007
If you have used other version of Word this document should help when it comes to formatting a paper that requires, margin changes, tabs, line spacing, footnotes and even foreign characters.
Tips and Tricks for Word 2007
This collection of keystrokes and shortcuts that will save you time and maybe some frustration. Some tips can be used in more than one Office application, many of these carried over from older versions of Word.
Not sure how to perform a procedure or find a feature? The on-line help files included with each Microsoft Office application contain a wealth of useful information. Try the new Microsoft interactive guides for transitioning from Office 2003 to Office 2007.
Keyboard and Mouse Shortcuts for Word XP or 2007
Looking for faster ways to navigate through documents and select text? This document lists many useful keyboard and mouse-button shortcuts.
Using the Mail Merge Toolbar in Word XP
Many people find the 6-step "Mail Merge Task Pane Wizard" in Word XP both time-consuming and confusing. This document describes an alternative to the Mail Merge Wizard, the Mail Merge Toolbar.
Tips and Tricks for Word XP
is a collection of keystrokes and shortcuts that will save you time while working in Word. Look
for additional selecting techniques, hot-spot tips, editing short cuts, and tips for opening
and closing multiple documents and turning off those red and green wavy lines.