What Are The Parts Of Microsoft Word Environment?


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There are a number of different parts that make up the Microsoft Word Environment. These work together to make the system functional, as well as straightforward and easy to use. Over time, Microsoft may introduce new elements to the Microsoft Word Environment in order to improve it. Alternatively, the organization may make alterations to essential parts. Below some of the fundamental aspects of Microsoft Word Environment are discussed and explained.

  • The menu toolbar
The menu toolbar of the Microsoft Word Environment allows users to complete different actions with ease. Each set of options are given under a main subheading; for instance, there is a references section and a page layout section. Users can easily navigate the system to complete tasks appropriately. One commonly used feature is the spelling and grammar check, which goes through a piece of writing highlighting potential errors and areas for improvement.

  • The scroll bar
The scroll bar allows users to scroll up and down the pages in a document. Scrolling can be done with maximum control by clicking and holding down the slider. Alternatively, large chunks can be navigated through by clicking on the areas either side of the glider.

  • The title bar
The title bar at the top of the Microsoft Word Environment shows the title of the current document being worked on. This allows the user to easily check what file is open.

  • The document display window
The document display window is the most fundamental aspect of the Microsoft Word Environment. Here, the user can see what they are working on and produce various documents with ease. A document can be easily navigated using the document display window.

  • The program operation buttons
The program operation buttons allow the user to either close, minimize or alter the window size of the Microsoft Word program. These buttons are located in the top right hand corner of the Environment.
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1. The Title bar gives the name of the document and the program being used

2. On the right side of the Title bar are three buttons.
A. The Minimize button makes the window disappear from the screen without closing
the program. You can bring the window back by clicking on its button on the Task
bar at the bottom of the screen.
B. The Reduce/Maximize button makes the window smaller or takes it back to full size.
C. The Close button closes the document or program.

3. The Menu bar offers dropdown menus for things you do in Microsoft Word.

4. The Toolbars display icons that perform specific tasks when clicked. Often the toolbar icon performs the task without offering any options.

5. The Rulers display the tabs, indents, margins and give the user a visual guide for alignment.
A. Tabs are set on the ruler by clicking the spot on the ruler where you want to the tab to
start. Different Tab settings can be used to align text, decimals and indents.
B. Indents and margins can be set with the handles.

6. The Document display window is where the current document is visible.

7. The Scroll bars allow the user to move up and down the document in the window.

8. The Status bar shows the location of the cursor, number of pages and includes advanced toolbar options.

9. The Task bar displays buttons for Open programs or documents. Clicking on a button on the taskbar, brings that program into view. The current program button looks indented.
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