Microsoft Word 2016 Full Tutorial for Beginners General Overview
lt;font color=quot;00FFFFquot;gt;Hello people, welcome to this tutorial! Let's see how to use lt;bgt;Microsoft Word 2016lt;bgt;lt;fontgt; lt;font color=quot;00FFFFquot;gt;quickly and easily!lt;fontgt; lt;font color=quot;FFFF00quot;gt;Leave us feedback to improve our future tutorialguides!lt;fontgt; lt;bgt;Microsoft Wordlt;bgt; is a software used to manage lt;bgt;textlt;bgt;, in order to create lt;bgt;documentslt;bgt;, lt;bgt;advertisementslt;bgt;, lt;bgt;flyerslt;bgt; and so on. When you open it, a lt;bgt;startup windowlt;bgt; appears. Here you can choose a ready lt;bgt;templatelt;bgt; to use. If you want to start from scratch, just click on lt;bgt;Blank documentlt;bgt;. A lt;bgt;Word documentlt;bgt; can be seen as a group of sheets of paper where you type in.
In the lt;bgt;Home sectionlt;bgt; on top, choose the font style, size, properties and color. These properties will be applied on the new words you type. To change properties on existing text, just select it and use the lt;bgt;Home sectionlt;bgt;, or the lt;bgt;dialog boxlt;bgt; that appears above. For more advanced text properties, just rightclick and go to lt;bgt;Font.lt;bgt; You can select text precisely holding your click and dragging, or lt;igt;holding Shiftlt;igt; lt;igt;downlt;igt; and use your lt;igt;Left and Right Arrow keyslt;igt;. If you doubleclick, you will select an entire word instead. If you want to select one or more text lines,
just click on the extreme left and drag up or down, when the pointer becomes a lt;bgt;mirrowed arrowlt;bgt;. You can lt;igt;cutlt;igt;, lt;igt;copylt;igt; and lt;igt;pastelt;igt; selected text rightclicking on it. The piece of text cut or copied is pasted starting from where the pointer is. You can use copy and paste to lt;igt;importlt;igt; inside Word text coming from other sources. If you ever mistake, remember to use lt;bgt;Undolt;bgt; in the top left corner, or simply press lt;igt;CTRL+Zlt;igt;. If you ever need to lt;bgt;zoomlt;bgt;, just lt;igt;hold CTRL downlt;igt; and use your mouse wheel.
You may notice also lt;bgt;wavyunderlined textlt;bgt;. This happens when you make mistakes in lt;bgt;grammarlt;bgt;, lt;bgt;spellinglt;bgt; or lt;bgt;punctuationlt;bgt;, according to the lt;bgt;language Dictionarylt;bgt; chosen at the very bottom. In some cases, Word corrects the mistake automatically, using the lt;bgt;AutoCorrect toollt;bgt;. When it doesn't, this line appears under the text. In this case, if you rightclick on it, you can choose some lt;bgt;suggestionslt;bgt; to to correct the mistake. Mind that lt;igt;those lines won't be printed in your finallt;igt; lt;igt;document.lt;igt; You can hide those anyway rightclicking and going to lt;bgt;Ignore Alllt;bgt;. While creating a text document you must set the lt;bgt;Page Layoutlt;bgt;, which is the way
the text must spread and be distributed. A text document is composed by different text lines, collected inside lt;bgt;text paragraphslt;bgt;. In short, lt;igt;you finish alt;igt; lt;igt;paragraph everytime you create a new line with Enter key.lt;igt; You can check each text paragraph enabling the lt;bgt;paragraph marklt;bgt; in the lt;bgt;Home sectionlt;bgt;. Each of these paragraphs can be managed in Word in a complete independent way. In the lt;bgt;Home sectionlt;bgt; above, under lt;bgt;Paragraphlt;bgt;, you can adjust the lt;bgt;paragraphlt;bgt; lt;bgt;allignmentlt;bgt;. This acts on the text paragraph selected or where your pointer is. You can also adjust the lt;bgt;Line Spacinglt;bgt; inside the paragraph, add any lt;bgt;Filllt;bgt; or
any lt;bgt;Borderlt;bgt;. To adjust the lt;bgt;indentationlt;bgt;, which is the extra uniform space added from the left to the paragraph respect to the rest of the text document, just use lt;bgt;Decreaselt;bgt; and lt;bgt;Increase Indentlt;bgt;. You can adjust lt;bgt;Indentlt;bgt; and lt;bgt;Line Spacinglt;bgt; also under lt;bgt;Layoutlt;bgt; lt;bgt;sectionlt;bgt;. Very important for the Layout is also the lt;bgt;Rulerlt;bgt;, on top and on the extreme left of your document. If you don't see it, just go to lt;bgt;Viewlt;bgt; and tick on lt;bgt;Rulerlt;bgt;. Each lt;bgt;Rulerlt;bgt; is composed by two main parts: dark ones, also called lt;bgt;Marginslt;bgt;, that