Creating, Opening, & Saving Documents in Word 2016 for Mac

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Creating, saving, and opening documents are central to your user experience in Word 2016 for Mac. Learn how to create files, how to save them, and how to optimize your documents with accessibility and protection tools.

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

  • create and open documents in Word 2016
    use document templates in Word 2016
    create and edit document templates in Word 2016
    save documents in Word 2016
    recover previous versions of your documents in Word 2016
    save documents as PDFs in Word 2016
  • prepare a document for printing in Word 2016
    print a document in Word 2016
    access your document statistics in Word 2016
    modify your document's properties in Word 2016
    create accessible documents in Word 2016
    protect your documents in Word 2016

IN THIS COURSE

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    If you want to use Word 2016, you're going to have to know how to create or open a document. The method you use will depend on whether you are creating a new document or opening a pre-existing one. FREE ACCESS
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    Word 2016's templates are very useful if you do not have the time to create your own document. Templates come pre-formatted, allowing you to simply fill in the details. FREE ACCESS
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    3.  Creating & editing a document template in Word 2016 for Mac
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    If you often work on similarly-structured documents, you may find it useful to create your own template. Once you have created a base document in Word 2016, it is very easy to save it in a template format which can be used again and again. FREE ACCESS
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    4.  Saving your document in Word 2016 for Mac
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    If you want to keep a document that you have created, you're going to need to know how to save it. In doing so, you are going to have to choose a directory, a name and a file format. FREE ACCESS
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    5.  Recovering a previous version of your document in Word 2016 for Mac
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    If your Mac has crashed and you did not have the time to save your document, Word 2016 might be able to help. When you reopen Word, you may be able to open automatic backup files that have been created. This is very useful if you want to recover an older version of your document. FREE ACCESS
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    6.  Saving your document as a PDF in Word 2016 for Mac
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    A PDF file displays your document as it would appear if it were printed out. If you want to share your document with another user but that individual does not have Word 2016, you can export your document as a PDF. PDF is a popular file format because it can be used across multiple platforms and operating systems. It is also difficult to modify a PDF's contents, which makes it a useful format for protecting your document. FREE ACCESS
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    7.  Preparing to print your document in Word 2016 for Mac
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    Before printing your work, it is always a good idea to check your page layout settings. Word 2016 features a number of different tools that can help you to do this. These tools will help you to change your margin settings, your page orientation and also the type of paper you print on. FREE ACCESS
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    8.  Printing your document in Word 2016 for Mac
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    Once you have finished your work, you can use Word 2016 to print out a hard copy of it. To do this, you will need to know how to modify the print settings, including the page range, the number of copies, and the paper type. FREE ACCESS
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    9.  Accessing your document statistics in Word 2016 for Mac
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    The Word 2016 statistics are extremely useful if you want to see technical information relating to your document. This can include your word count, the number of lines in your document, and even the number of characters. You can even visualize localized statistics relating to specific areas in your document. FREE ACCESS
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    10.  Modifying your document's properties in Word 2016 for Mac
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    Data fields can be used to insert information automatically into your Word 2016 document. You can, for example, insert your document's word count, author details, and even filename and file size. You can also adjust how these data fields appear in your document. FREE ACCESS
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    11.  Creating an accessible document in Word 2016 for Mac
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    Before sharing your document, it is a good idea to make sure that is accessible. This involves using Word 2016 to check for any items or settings that might make the document difficult to read or use for certain individuals. FREE ACCESS
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    12.  Protecting your document in Word 2016 for Mac
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    If you are sharing your document with other users, you may find it useful to know how to apply additional security measures. In Word 2016, you can activate read-only mode for your document, track any changes made to the shared copy, and even lock your document using a password. FREE ACCESS

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