Month: December 2022


Deleting and Restoring

To delete files and folders, select them and press the Delete key or the Task list button for files and folders.

To cancel the last operation, click the button or select the appropriate item in the Edit menu or the context menu.

Each object (file, folder, disk, etc.) has a set of parameters. To view and change them, select this object and give a command from the File > Properties menu or select Properties in the context menu of the object.

If the […]

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Copying and moving files and folders

To copy (move) objects (files, folders, shortcuts):

Open the folder where the objects being copied (moved) are located.

Select what you want to copy (move).

Select the desired task from the Tasks for Files and Folders list or call the Copy to Folder (Move to Folder) command from the Edit menu.

In the window that opens, select the destination folder (to which you will copy or move).

Click copy (move). You can also copy and move objects using the usual commands for working with the […]

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  Using the menu

Menus are used to control Word. Menus, like toolbars, are adaptive.

Word implements adaptive menus that automatically change their composition in order to save screen space. When you first open the menu, you will see a small set of basic commands and a double arrow at the bottom. If you click on the arrow or just leave the menu open for a few seconds, it will expand to display all the other commands included in it.

When you select a command from […]

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Text Selection

When the text is entered into the document, something may turn out to be wrong, and some part of the text will need to be changed. Before making any changes, you need to select a fragment. Thus, Word will “know” which part of the document will be edited.

The method of stretching is the most intuitive. Thus, you can select any part of the text. Let’s try it. To do this, we will need the text typed before.

Place the mouse pointer […]

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Using the Clipboard

The simplest way to move text in a document is to drag – select and move with the mouse.

Select a small piece of text.
Place the mouse pointer in any part of the selected fragment and click the left mouse button.
Without releasing the button, drag the fragment to the desired location (the intended place of insertion of the fragment will be highlighted).
Release the mouse button.

It is possible to transfer text fragments from one document to another in this way, although both […]

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