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How To Open A Document In Microsoft Word 2007

JEROME MICHAEL EBRUPHIYO Tuesday, August 17, 2021 How To

 
We are going to highlight the simple procedures on how to open a document in microsoft word 2007. This post will also provide answers to questions like: How can I learn Microsoft Word? How do you use Microsoft Word step by step? What are Microsoft Word features? How do I write a letter in Microsoft Word? and lots more.

Opening New Document On Microsoft Word 2007

Assuming you want to start a new document, or you closed an already opened document and want to start a new document, you can follow the steps below to open the new document:
  • Click the Office Button and select the New option

  • How To Open  A Document In Microsoft Word 2007
  • When you select the New option from the first column, it will display a list of templates in the second column. Double-click on the Blank document

  • How To Open  A Document In Microsoft Word 2007
  • A blank document as shown below will be displayed

How To Open  A Document In Microsoft Word 2007
Note: You can use a shortcut to open a blank document anytime by pressing the Ctrl + N keys and you will see a new blank document similar to the one you were working on.

Opening Existing Document On Microsoft Word 2007

If you want to open an existing document and edit it partially or completely; it can be achieved by:
  • Click the Office Button and select the Open option

  • How To Open  A Document In Microsoft Word 2007
  • This will display the following file Open dialog box. This lets you navigate through different folders and files, and also lets you select a file which you want to open

  • How To Open  A Document In Microsoft Word 2007
  • locate and select a file which you want to open and click the small triangle available on the Open button to open the file

How To Open  A Document In Microsoft Word 2007
This will open your selected file. You can use the Open Read-Only option if you are willing just to read the file and you have no intention to modify, i.e., edit the file.

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