Work with Files

When working in Microsoft Word, Excel, or PowerPoint, you save content in individual files. In each program, you can save files as different types depending on each file’s purpose. The standard files are Word documents, Excel workbooks, and PowerPoint presentations. 

Regardless of the program or file type, you use similar techniques for creating, saving, moving around in, and viewing files in each program.

When working in OneNote, content is saved in individual files representing pages that are part of a notebook structure. OneNote creates the files for you and saves your changes as you work, so you don’t need to. However, you use some of the same techniques for moving around in and viewing files as you do in other Microsoft Office 2010 programs. 

In this chapter, you’ll practice working with files in Word, using techniques that are common to working in files created in Word, Excel, or PowerPoint. First you’ll create and save a document and then save an existing document in a different location. Then you’ll open an existing document, move around in it, and close it. Finally, you’ll explore various ways of viewing file content.


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