What Is The Office Assistant Used For In Microsoft Word?


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Louise Gorman answered
The office assistant is basically an animated image (the most well-known is the paper clip) which is used to help you out when you are using Microsoft Word. When you first install Microsoft Office, the office assistant will already be there. You can choose from a variety of other assistants such as a cat, dog, and many others by right-clicking on the image and selecting 'Choose Assistant'. Which assistants you can choose from depends on which version of Microsoft Office you have.

The office assistant will help you find solutions to problems. You can click on the assistant, type in a question, and it will perform a search, which will bring up topics related to your question. For example, if you typed in the word 'Font' in the box, then the assistant will give you a number of topics related to font, such as how to apply italic formatting to text etc.

If you are typing, then sometimes a small light bulb will appear in the box next to the assistant. This means that the assistant has thought of a suggestion, such as a different way of phrasing a sentence you have typed or offering help with a particular subject. To view a suggestion. click on the light bulb.

If you wish to animate your assistant, then right-click on it and select 'Animate'. The assistant moves anyway, but by clicking animate it will perform other moves. You can hide the assistant by right-clicking on it and selecting 'Hide Assistant. Whenever you wish to call the assistant up again, click on the question mark on your toolbar.
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suman kumar answered
Office assistant is used for getting help from MS office programs. Assistant is an animated icon

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