Using Existing Templates
Figure 1.10. Office provides several templates that you can preview.
After you select a template, the Office program opens it and
One reason so many users have switched to Microsoft-based Office products is Microsoft's wizard technology. Wizards are step-by-step guides that walk you through the development of a document or through a complicated process such as creating an Internet Web page from scratch. (You learn more about Office's Internet integration throughout this book.)
Although each wizard
Generally, each dialog box within a wizard contains Next and Back
Figure 1.11. The opening R sum Wizard box.
Many wizards contain opening dialog boxes that display information about the wizard. Figure 1.12 informs you that you selected the R sum Wizard. If you click the Next button, the wizard asks which of the following kinds of r sum s you want to create:
Clicking Next again displays a dialog box that
Every wizard's final dialog box includes a Finish button that you will click to complete the wizard and generate the document based on the wizard. Generally, wizards create
After a wizard designs a document, you are free to make whatever additional edits you need.
This chapter introduced the Office programs to you by showing you a little of what each program can accomplish. Before learning specifics, you need to get the big picture. This