If you need to dash off a letter, memo, or fax and don't have the time or inclination to fiddle with formatting, use a template or wizard. They can help you produce professional documents with a minimum of hassle.
Revising text is at the heart of word processing. As soon as the techniques described here become second nature, you'll be able to place your attention squarely on the content of your document, where it belongs, rather than the commands required to edit text. Word's editing features are so easy to master that you should feel comfortable tinkering with the text of your document in no time. In the next chapter, you learn different ways of viewing and printing your documents.