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|About Word 2002||1|
|Exploring the Word Window||4|
|Using the Memo Wizard||10|
|Ch. 1||Core Skill Set 1: Inserting and Modifying Text||17|
|Skill 1.1||Insert, Modify and Move Text and Symbols||18|
|Skill 1.2||Apply and Modify Text Formats||44|
|Skill 1.3||Correct Spelling and Grammar Usage||50|
|Skill 1.4||Apply Font and Text Effects||55|
|Skill 1.5||Enter and Format Date and Time||61|
|Skill 1.6||Apply Character Styles||63|
|Ch. 2||Core Skill Set 2: Creating and Modifying Paragraphs||79|
|Skill 2.1||Modify Paragraph Formats||80|
|Skill 2.2||Set and Modify Tabs||98|
|Skill 2.3||Apply Bullet, Outline, and Numbering Format to Paragraphs||102|
|Skill 2.4||Apply Paragraph Styles||110|
|Ch. 3||Core Skill Set 3: Formatting Documents||119|
|Skill 3.1||Create and Modify a Header and Footer||120|
|Skill 3.2||Apply and Modify Column Settings||125|
|Skill 3.3||Modify Document Layout and Page Setup Options||131|
|Skill 3.4||Create and Modify Tables||140|
|Skill 3.5||Preview and Print Documents, Envelopes and Labels||150|
|Ch. 4||Core Skill Set 4: Managing Documents||173|
|Skill 4.1||Manage Files and Folders for Documents||174|
|Skill 4.2||Create Documents Using Templates||188|
|Skill 4.3||Save Documents using Different Names and File Formats||194|
|Ch. 5||Core Skill Set 5: Working with Graphics||203|
|Skill 5.1||Insert Images and Graphics||204|
|Skill 5.2||Create and Modify Diagrams and Charts||225|
|Ch. 6||Core Skill Set 6: Workgroup Collaboration||257|
|Skill 6.1||Compare and Merge Documents||258|
|Skill 6.2||Insert, View and Edit Comments||266|
|Skill 6.3||Convert Documents into Web Pages||277|
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