Word 2003 Tutorial – The 8 Simple Tips to Help You Work Better With Microsoft Word
This Word 2003 tutorial can really help you to save plenty of your precious time by discovering those simple Word techniques. Here are the tricks:
1. Quickly Move Around in a Document.
Press Ctrl + Home and Ctrl + End to move to the top and bottom of a document. Also, you can go to the top of the next and preceding page by pressing the Ctrl + Page Down and the Ctrl + Page Up respectively.
2. F12 to Save.
To save, just press Ctrl + S or press the F12 key to save a new file name. Always save your work to avoid unknown circumstances such as PC suddenly restart, or freeze, etc.
3. Jump to….
Double-click the left side of the status bar to bring up the Find and Replace dialog box Go To tab. You can quickly jump to an item in your document such as a specific page, section, heading, etc by entering the number and click the Go To button.
4. Use the Undo Command.
Press Ctrl + Z(shortcut key for Undo) when you make a mistake. Click the down arrow next to the Undo icon on the Standard toolbar to undo more than one actions at once.
5. Delete a Table.
Having difficulty to delete a table using the Delete key? I suggest you select the entire table and click the Cut icon on the Standard toolbar.
6. Handy Selection Techniques.
To select a word, just double-click on the word. Triple-click within the paragraph will select the entire paragraph. Hold down the Ctrl key and click anywhere in the sentence will select a sentence. Press Ctrl + A to select an entire document.
7. Missing Toolbars?
What happens when either Standard or Formatting toolbars on the Word screen disappeared? Just right-click on the right-side empty area of the Menu bar and click the intended toolbar name from the pop-up menu.
8. Synonym and Thesaurus.
If you wish to find a word with similar meaning, use the synonyms. Just right-click on the particular word, and select Synonyms.
To access the Word built-in thesaurus, press the Shift + F7 keys. Word will display a list of synonyms for the word you’ve selected.