"Word 2010 Screen Elements and It Function"


Before you start using Word 2010 rich features, it's good to familiarize yourself with the Word 2010 screen elements.

This is because you will have occasion to use all of these screen elements at one time or another, so identifying them early on in your Word 2010 venture will make you more proficient in the long run.

The following graphic illustrated very clear the elements of Word 2010.

Microsoft Word 2010 screen elements

Following are the description of the elements:

  • Quick Access Toolbar - Contains buttons that perform common actions, such as saving a document, undoing your last action, or repeating your last action.
  • Title Bar - Shows the program and document titles.
  • Ribbon - Contains commands organized in three components: tabs, groups, and commands. Here are the details on Word 2010 ribbon.
  • Dialog Box Launcher - Appears in the lower-right corner of many groups on the Ribbon. Clicking this button opens a dialog box or task pane that provides more options.
  • Work Area - The area where you type. The flashing vertical bar - called the insertion point - represents the location where text will appear when you type.
  • Scroll Bar - Enables you to reposition the document window vertically. Drag the scroll box within the scroll bar or click the scroll bar arrows.


Related Topics:

Getting Started - Opening and Creating Shortcut of Word 2010

What You Can Do With The Ribbon in Word 2010?



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