Fundamentals of Microsoft Office Suite

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Microsoft Office

Microsoft Office is a suite of different programs that allows you to create documents, spreadsheets, posters, and presentations; send email, keep track of your life, take notes etc. It is a proprietary commercial office suite of inter-related desktop applications, servers and services for the Microsoft Windows and Mac OS X operating systems, introduced by Microsoft in 1989. Over the years, Office included applications which are:

• Access – create databases, manage large quantities of information, and create reports. • Excel – create spreadsheets, charts, tables, graphs, and otherwise organize and present lists or other raw data. • Outlook – email client that includes a calendar, contact manager, and to do list. • PowerPoint – create slideshow presentations with text, images, video and audio with backgrounds. • Word – word processing software, used to create text documents like papers, outlines, and bibliographies, and format your work for better visual appeal.

Microsoft Word?

Microsoft Word, or Word as it is commonly known, is a software application that allows you (the user) to perform word processing. It is a text editor that allows us to type, edit and save test. However, it also offers far more features than just editing words, such as spell checking, designing and elaborate formatting features. With Microsoft Word, we can effortlessly change the way a document looks. It is therefore easier to present ideas in a coherent manner. Some important features of Microsoft Word are:

Font Size and Shape:
With innumerable font style, colors, sizes available, Word makes dull looking data interesting. We can have text in Bold, Italic or normal forms. Bold text helps us to make important information stand out in a clutter of information. Alignment:

Alignment is one of the most important features of MS Word. Using this feature, we can make look all text on our Word document neatly aligned one below the other. Paragraphs can all start from a...
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