Chapter 2 -- Learning the Basics: Windows, Toolbars, and Printing

Chapter 2

When you work with the screens, dialog boxes, menus, and commands in a Windows application, you're using the program's user interface. In the Microsoft Office application suite, all programs share the same basic user interface. The information displayed by each application appears in one or more standard windows that can be scrolled, resized, or in some cases, split into two views. Programs present commands on standard menu bars, dialog boxes, and toolbars that share many common features. In addition, each Office application contains uniform printing commands that you can use to configure your printer, preview a document, and create a printout. In this chapter, you'll learn how to use each of these common application features. As you work with Office programs in the future, you'll find that you make use of these basic skills every time you create, modify, or print a document.

Running Microsoft Office 2000 Small Business
Running Microsoft Office 2000
ISBN: 1572319585
EAN: 2147483647
Year: 2005
Pages: 228 © 2008-2017.
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