Wednesday, 24 February 2021

Creating, Saving, Closing and Opening a Documents MS Word 2010

when you first start word, you see a new, blank document with the generic name 'Document1'. You can start working right away on this document, or you can create a new document by choosing a template.

A template is special kind of file that is used as the starting point for creating documents. Each template comes with many predefined styles.

Word files are called documents. When you start a new project in Word, you'll need to create a new document, which can either be blank or from a template. You'll also need to know how to open an existing document

Creating New MS Word 2010 Document:

To create a new blank document

  1. Click on the File tab. This takes you to backstage view.
  2. Select New.
  3. Select Blank document under Available Templates. It will be highlighted by default.


 4.Click Create. A new blank document appears in the Word window.

 To Save a document

To save document in Ms Word we have different options.

Choice-I: Click the save button from the Quick Access tool bar. (OR)

Choice-II: Use shortcut key CTL+S (OR)

Choice-III: 

  1. Click on the File tab. This takes you to backstage view.
  2. Select Save.
  3. If your saving your document first time, Save As dialog box will appear. Give the file name and select the location where you want to save then click on save. your document will save successfully.

 To Open an existing document

1.Click on the File tab. This takes you to backstage view.

2.Select Open. The Open dialog box appears.


 3.Select your document, then click Open.

 4. If you've opened a file recently, you can also access it from the Recent Documents list. Just click on the File tab and select Recent.


Closing MS Word 2010 Document 

Closing a document removes it from your computer screen and if you had other documents open, Word displays the last document you used otherwise, you see a blank Word window. Here are simple steps to close an opened document −

1.Click the File tab and select the Close option.

 2.When you select the Close option and if the document is not saved before closing, it will display the following Warning box asking whether the document should be saved or not.

 To save the changes, click Save, otherwise click Don't Save. To go back to the document, click Cancel. This will close the document and if you have other documents open, Word displays the last document you used, otherwise, you see a blank Word window as shown below − 

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