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Features and Commands in Microsoft Word 2010 Menus and Toolbars


The following tabs list all features and commands included in Classic Menu for Word 2010 (it is part one of Classic Menu for Office 2010).

Main Menu of Word 2010

These features included in v3.50, more features are added into later versions.

  • File
  • Edit
  • View
  • Insert
  • Format
  • Tools
  • Table
  • Reference
  • Mailings
  • Window
  • Help

File

New
Open
Close
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Save
Save As Other Format
Save As Other Format
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Single Web Page (*.mht)
Save &As... Word 97-2003 Document
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Convert
Prepare
Properties
Inspect Document
Check Accessibility
Check Compatibility
Publish
Send
Mail Recipient
Reply with Changes...
Send for Review...
E-mail
E-mail as PDF Attachment
E-mail as XPS Attachment
Exchange Folder...
Internet Fax
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Send to Microsoft PowerPoint
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Web Page Preview View your web pages inside your default browser.
Restrict Permission
Check Out
Check In
View Version History
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Page Setup... Show the Page Setup dialog box.
Text Direction Customize the text layout direction in the document or selected text box.
Margins Select the margin sizes for the entire document or the current section.
Orientation Switch the pages between portrait and landscape layouts.
Size Choose a paper size for the current section. --  -- To apply a specific paper size to all sections in the document, click More Paper Sizes.
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Columns Split text into two or more columns.
Breaks Add page, section, or column breaks to the document.
Line Numbers Add line numbers in the margin alongside of each line of the document.
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Hyphenation Turn on hyphenation, which allows Word to break lines between the syllables of words. --  -- Books and magazines hyphenate their text in order to have more uniform spacing between words.
Watermark Insert ghosted text behind the content on the page. --  -- This is often used to indicate that a document is to be treated specially, such as Confidential or Urgent.
Page Color Choose a color for the background of the page.
Page Borders... Add or change the border around the page.
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Header Edit the header of the document. --  -- The content in the Header will appear at the top of each printed page.
Footer Edit the footer of the document. --  -- The content in the footer will appear at the bottom of each printed page.
Page Number Insert page numbers into the document.
Print Preview
Print
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View Document Properties...
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Open Recent File...
Exit

 

Edit

Undo
Redo
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Cut Cut the selection and put it on the Clipboard.
Copy Copy the selection and put it on the Clipboard.
Office Clipboard... Show the Office Clipboard Task Pane.
Paste Click here for more options such as pasting only the values or formatting.
Paste Special...
Paste as Hyperlink
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Cle&ar
Clear Formats Clear only the formatting that is applied to the selected cells.
Contents
Select Select text or objects in the document. --  -- Use Select Object to allow you to select objects that have been positioned behind the text.
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Find & Select Find and select specific text, formatting, or type of information within the document. --  -- You can also replace the information with new text or formatting.
Replace... Replace text in the document.
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Edit Links to Files
Object... Show the Options dialog box.

 

 

View

Draft View the document as a draft to quickly edit the text. --  -- Certain elements of the document such as headers and footers will not be visible in this view.
Web Layout View the document as it would look as a Web page.
Print Layout View the document as it will appear on the printed page.
Full Screen Reading View the document in full screen Reading View in order to maximize the space available for reading or commenting on the document.
Outline View the document as an outline and show the outlining tools.
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Ruler View the rulers, used to measure and line up objects in the document.
&Show Paragraph Marks Show paragraph marks and other hidden formatting symbols.
View Gridlines Turn on gridlines to which you can align objects in the document.
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Thumbnails Open the Thumbnails pane, which you can use to navigate a long document through small pictures of each page.
Document Map Open the Document Map, which allows you to navigate through a structural view of the document.
Selection Pane... Show the Selection Pane to help select individual objects and to change their order and visibility.
Document Actions Open the Document Actions Task Pane.
Navigation Pane Open the Navigation Pane, which allows you to navigate through the document by heading, by page, or by searching for text or objects.
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Header & Footer
Header Edit the header of the document. --  -- The content in the Header will appear at the top of each printed page.
Footer Edit the footer of the document. --  -- The content in the footer will appear at the bottom of each printed page.
Page Number Insert page numbers into the document.
Show Notes Scroll the document to show where the footnotes or endnotes are located.
Show Markup Choose what kind of markup to show in the document. --  -- You can hide or show comments, insertions and deletions, formatting changes, and other kinds of markup.
Reviewing Pane Click here to choose a layout in which to display the Reviewing Pane.
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Zoom... Show the Zoom dialog box to specify the zoom level of the document. --  -- In most cases, you can also use the zoom controls in the status bar at the bottom of the window to quickly zoom the document.
100% Zoom the document to 100% of the normal size.
One Page Zoom the document so that an entire page fits in the window.
Two Pages Zoom the document so that two pages fit in the window.
Page Width Zoom the document so that the width of the page matches the width of the window.
Full Screen View the document in full screen mode.
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Properties

 

Insert

Page Break
Page Number Insert page numbers into the document.
Date & Time... Insert the current date or time into the current document.
Quick Parts Insert reusable pieces of content, including fields, document properties such as title and author, or any preformatted snippets you create.
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Field... Insert a field.
Symbol Insert symbols that are not on your keyboard, such as copyright symbols, trademark symbols, paragraph marks, and Unicode characters.
Equation Insert common mathematical equations or build up your own equations using a library of math symbols.
Comments
New Comment Add a comment about the selection.
Delete Click here to delete all of the comments in the document or just the ones that are shown on the screen.
Previous Navigate to the previous comment in the document.
Next Navigate to the next comment in the document.
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Ink Comment Add an ink comment about the selection, in which you can write comments with the pen.
Pen Choose a pen style and color to write comments with.
Eraser Erase ink from the comment.
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Number... Insert the slide number. --  -- The slide number reflects the position of the slide within the presentation.
Start Inking Create and edit pen and highlighter strokes.
Web Component...
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Illustrations
Clip Art... Insert Clip Art into the document, including drawings, movies, sounds, or stock photography to illustrate a specific concept.
Picture... Insert a picture from a file.
Ink Drawing and Writing Insert ink text or drawings into a rich text field.
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New Drawing Canvas
Shapes Insert ready-made shapes, such as rectangles and circles, arrows, lines, flowchart symbols, and callouts.
WordArt Insert decorative text in your document.
Chart... Insert a chart to illustrate and compare data. --  -- Bar, Pie, Line, Area, and Surface are some of the available types.
SmartArt... Insert a SmartArt graphic to visually communicate information. --  -- SmartArt graphics range from graphical lists and process diagrams to more complex graphics, such as Venn diagrams and organization charts.
Screenshot Insert a picture of any program that is not minimized to the taskbar. --  -- Click Screen Clipping to insert a picture of any part of the screen.
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Text Box Insert preformatted text boxes.
Text from File... Insert the text from a file into your publication. --  -- If you have a text box selected, the text is added to the selected text box; otherwise, a new text box is created.
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Object... Insert an embedded object.
Bookmark... Create a bookmark to assign a name to a specific point in a document. --  -- You can make hyperlinks that jump directly to a bookmarked location.
Hyperlink... Create a link to a Web page, a picture, an e-mail address, or a program.
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Cover Page Insert a fully formatted cover page. --  -- You fill in the title, author, date, and other information.
Signature Line Insert a signature line that specifies the individual who must sign. --  -- Inserting a digital signature requires that you obtain a digital ID, such as one from a certified Microsoft partner.

 

Format

Font... Show the Font dialog box.
Text Effects Apply a visual effect to the selected text, such as a shadow, glow or reflection.
Paragraph... Show the Paragraph dialog box.
Bullets and Numbering...
Borders and Shading...
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More Columns... Show the Columns dialog box to customize column widths.
Drop Cap Create a large capital letter at the beginning of a paragraph.
Text Direction Customize the text layout direction in the document or selected text box.
Change Case... Change all the selected text to UPPERCASE, lowercase, or other common capitalizations.
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Asian Layout Customize the layout of Asian or mixed text.
Phonetic Guide... Display phonetic characters to clarify the pronunciation.
Enclose Characters... Emphasize a character by placing a circle or box around it.
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Themes Change the overall design of the entire document, including colors, fonts, and effects.
Effects Change the effects for the current theme.
Change Styles Change the set of styles, colors, fonts, and paragraph spacing used in this document.
Page Color Choose a color for the background of the page.
Watermark Insert ghosted text behind the content on the page. --  -- This is often used to indicate that a document is to be treated specially, such as Confidential or Urgent.
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Styles... Show the Styles window.
Frames
AutoFormat...
Reveal Formatting...
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Arrange
Position Position the selected object on the page. --  -- Text is automatically set to wrap around the object.
Bring to Front Click here to bring the selected object forward one level or to the front of all objects.
Send to Back Click here to send the selected object back one level or to the back of all objects.
Text Wrapping Change the way text wraps around the selected object. --  -- To configure the object so that it moves along with the text around it, select "In Line With Text."
Align Align the edges of multiple selected objects. --  -- You can also center them or distribute them evenly across the page.
Group Group objects together so that they can be treated like a single object.
Rotate Rotate or flip the selected object.
Object... Show the Options dialog box.

 

Tools

Spelling & Grammar Check the spelling and grammar of text in the document.
Research... Open the Research Task Pane to search through reference materials, such as dictionaries, encyclopedias, and translation services.
Thesaurus... Suggests other words with a similar meaning to the word you have selected.
Word Count... Find out the number of words, characters, paragraphs, and lines in the document. --  -- You can also find the word count in the status bar at the bottom of the window.
Auto Summarize
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Translate Translate words or paragraphs into a different language by using bilingual dictionaries or machine translation.
Language Select language options.
Japanese Consistency Checker... Search all text in the document and display instances where different spellings are used for words with the same meaning.
Update IME Dictionary... Add the selected word to the IME dictionary so that it can be recognized in the future.
Reconvert
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Create Document Workspace
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Tracking
Track Changes Track all changes made to the document, including insertions, deletions, and formatting changes.
Balloons Choose how to show revisions to the document. --  -- You can show revisions as balloons in the margins of the document or show them directly within the document itself.
Display for Review Choose how to view the proposed changes to the document. --  -- Final shows the document with all proposed changes included; Original shows the document before any changes were made. --  -- The markup shows what changes have been proposed.
Reviewing Pane Click here to choose a layout in which to display the Reviewing Pane.
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Accept Click here to access other options such as accepting all changes in the document.
Reject Click the arrow to access other options such as rejecting all changes in the document.
Previous Navigate to the previous revision in the document so that you can accept or reject it.
Next Navigate to the next revision in the document so that you can accept or reject it.
Compare & Combine Compare or combine multiple versions of a document.
Protect Document...
Mark as Final
Encrypt Document
Restrict Editing Restrict how people edit or format specific parts of the document. --  -- You can prevent formatting changes, force all changes to be tracked, or only enable commenting.
Restrict Permission
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Block Authors Block other authors from editing the selected text.
Add a Digital Signature
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Macros View the list of macros, from which you can run, create, or delete a macro.
Record Macro / Stop Recorder Start or stop recording a macro.
Pause Recording Pause the macro recorder.
Macro Security Customize the macro security settings.
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Visual Basic Open the Visual Basic editor.
Document Template Manage the add-ins available for use with this file.
COM Add-Ins... Manage the available COM add-ins.
Controls
Design Mode Turn on or off design mode.
Properties View or modify properties for the selected control.
Group Group or ungroup a selected range of text. --  -- When grouped, a text range cannot be edited, except in regions containing editable content controls.
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Rich Text Content Control Insert a rich text content control.
Plain Text Content Control Insert a plain text content control.
Picture Content Control Insert a picture content control.
Combo Box Content Control Insert a combo box content control.
Drop-Down List Content Control Insert a drop-down list content control.
Date Picker Content Control Insert a date content control.
Building Block Gallery Content Control Insert a building block gallery content control.
Legacy Tools Insert an ActiveX control or form control.
XML
Structure Open the XML Structure task pane.
Schema Manage the XML schema attached to this document or add a new schema.
Transformation Apply an extensible stylesheet language transformation (XLST) to this document.
Expansion Packs Manage the XML expansion packs attached to this document, or attach a new expansion pack.
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Templates
Document Template View or change the attached document template and manage global templates and add-ins.
Document Panel Specify the type of Document Information Panel template to show in Microsoft Office-compatible programs.
AutoCorrect Options...
Options

 

Table

Table Insert or draw a table into the document.
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Insert Left Add a new column directly to the left of the selected column.
Insert Right Add a new column directly to the right of the selected column.
Insert Above Add a new row directly above the selected row.
Insert Below Add a new row directly below the selected row.
Insert Cells... Add new rows, columns, cells, or sheets to your workbook. --  -- New rows will be added above the selection and new columns will be added to the left of the selection. --  -- Add three columns at once by selecting three existing columns first; this also works for multiple rows.
&Delete
Delete Table
Delete Columns
Delete Rows
Delete Cells... Delete rows, columns, or cells
Sele&ct
Select Table
Select Column
Select Row
Select Cell
Merge Cells Merge the selected cells into one cell.
Split Cells... Split the selected cells into multiple new cells.
Split Table Split the table into two tables. --  -- The selected row will become the first row of the new table.
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Table AutoFormat...
AutoFit Automatically resize the column widths based on the size of the text in them. --  -- You can set the table width based on the window size or convert it back to use fixed column widths.
Distribute Rows Distribute the height of the selected rows equally between them.
Distribute Columns Distribute the width of the selected columns equally between them.
Repeat Header Rows Repeat the header rows on every page. --  -- This only affects tables which extend beyond a single page.
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Con&vert
Convert Text to Table... Separate the contents of one Excel cell into separate columns. --  -- For example, you can separate a column of full names into separate first and last name columns. --  -- In Word, use this feature to convert the selected text into a table, splitting the text into columns at each comma, period, or other character you specify.
Convert to Text... Convert the table to regular text. --  -- You can choose which text character to use to separate the columns.
Sort... Alphabetize the selected text or sort numerical data.
Formula... Add a formula to a cell to perform a simple calculation, such as AVERAGE, SUM, or COUNT.
View Gridlines Show or hide the gridlines within the table.
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Table Properties Show the Table Properties dialog box to change advanced table properties, such as indentation and text wrapping options.

 

Reference

Index and Tables
Table of Contents Add a Table of Contents to the document. --  -- Once you have added a Table of Contents, click the Add Text button to add entries to the table.
Add Text Add the current paragraph as an entry in the Table of Contents.
Update Table... Update the Table of Contents so that all the entries refer to the correct page number.
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Insert Footnote Add a footnote to the document. --  -- Footnotes are automatically renumbered as you move text around the document.
Insert Endnote Add an endnote to the document. --  -- Endnotes are placed at the end of the document.
Next Footnote Click here to navigate to the previous footnote in the document, or to navigate to the next or previous endnote.
Footnote and Endnote Dialog... Show the Footnote and Endnote dialog box.
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Insert Citation Cite a book, journal article, or other periodical as the source for a piece of information in the document. --  -- Choose from the list of sources you have created or enter information for a new source. --  -- Word formats the citation according to the style you have selected.
Manage Sources... View the list of all the sources cited in the document.
Bibliography Add a bibliography, which lists all the sources cited in the document.
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Captions
Insert Caption... Add a caption to a picture or other image. --  -- A caption is a line of text that appears below an object to describe it. --  -- For example: "Figure 7: Common Weather Patterns."
Insert Table of Figures... Insert a Table of Figures into the document. --  -- A Table of Figures includes a list of all of the figures, tables, or equations in the document.
Update Table Update the Table of Figures to include all of the entries in the document.
Cross-reference... Refer to items such as headings, figures, and tables by inserting a cross reference such as, "See Table 6 below" or "Turn to page 8." --  -- Cross references are automatically updated if the content is moved to another location. By default, cross references are inserted as hyperlinks.
Index
Mark Entry... Include the selected text in the index of the document.
Insert Index... Insert an index into the document. --  -- An index is a list of keywords found in the document along with the page numbers the words appear on.
Update Index Update the index so that all the entries refer to the correct page number.
Table of Authorities
Mark Citation... Add the selected text as an entry in the Table of Authorities.
Insert Table of Authorities... Insert a Table Of Authorities into the document. --  -- A Table of Authorities lists the cases, statutes, and other authorities cited in the document.
Update Table Update the Table of Authorities to include all of the citations in the document.

 

Mailings

Envelopes... Create and print envelopes.
Labels... Create and print labels. --  -- You can select from a number of popular paper label styles and shapes.
Japanese Greetings Insert Japanese Greetings into the document for various season-specific occasions.
Japanese Postcard
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Start Mail Merge Start a mail merge to create a form letter which you intend to print or e-mail multiple times, sending each copy to a different recipient. --  -- You can insert fields, such as Name or Address, which Word will replace automatically with information from a database or contact list for each copy of the form letter.
Select Recipients Choose the list of people you intend to send the letter to. --  -- You can type your own list, use your Outlook contacts, or connect to a database.
Edit Recipient List... Make changes to the list of recipients and decide which of them should receive your letter. --  -- You can also sort, filter, find and remove duplicates, or validate addresses from the list.
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Highlight Merge Fields Highlight the fields you have inserted into the document. --  -- This makes it easy to see what part of your form letter will be replaced by information from the recipient list you have chosen.
Address Block... Add an address to your letter. --  -- You specify the formatting and location, and Word will replace it with actual addresses from your recipient list when you finish the mail merge.
Greeting Line... Add a greeting line such as "Dear <<First Name>>." to your document.
Insert Merge Field Add any field from your recipient list to the document, such as "Last Name," "Home Phone," "Company Name," or any other field. --  -- When you finish the mail merge, Word will replace these fields with the actual information from the recipient list.
Rules Specify rules to add decision-making ability to the mail merge. --  -- For instance, you could use If匱hen匛lse to check the address of recipient and show a local phone number to recipients near you and an international phone number for recipients outside of your country.
Match Fields... Match Fields allows you to tell Word the meaning of different fields in your recipient list. --  -- For example, you can indicate that your custom field "Home" is equivalent to normal built-in field "Home Phone."
Update Labels If you are creating labels, update all the labels in the document to use information from the recipient list. --  -- For a mail merge to a printed letter or e-mail, this command is not necessary.
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Preview Results Replace the merge fields in your document with actual data from your recipient list so you can see what it looks like.
First Preview the first record in the recipient list.
Previous Preview the previous record in the recipient list.
Next Preview the next record in the recipient list.
Last Preview the last record in the recipient list.
Find Recipient... Find and preview a specific record in the recipient list by searching for text.
Auto Check for Errors... Specify how to handle errors that occur when completing the mail merge. --  -- You also have the option of simulating the mail merge to see if any errors would occur.
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Finish & Merge Complete the mail merge. --  -- You can create separate documents for each copy of the letter, send them all directly to the printer, or send them via e-mail.

 

Window

New Window Open a new window containing a view of the current document.
Arrange All Tile all open program windows side-by-side on the screen.
View Side by Side View two documents side-by-side so that you can compare their contents.
Split Split the current window into two parts so that you can view different sections of the document at the same time.
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Synchronous Scrolling Synchronize the scrolling of two documents so that they scroll together. --  -- To enable this feature, turn on View Side by Side.
Reset Window Position Reset the window position of the documents being compared side-by-side so that they share the screen equally. --  -- To enable this feature, turn on View Side by Side.
Switch Windows Switch to a different currently open window.

 

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Features and Commands in Standard Toolbar and Formatting Toolbar

 

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  • Formatting Toolbar

Standard Toolbar

New
Open
Save
Save &As... Word 97-2003 Document
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Protect Document...
Mark as Final
Encrypt Document
Restrict Editing Restrict how people edit or format specific parts of the document. --  -- You can prevent formatting changes, force all changes to be tracked, or only enable commenting.
Restrict Permission
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Block Authors Block other authors from editing the selected text.
Add a Digital Signature
Mail Recipient
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Quick Print
Print Preview
Page Setup...
Page Setup... Show the Page Setup dialog box.
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Text Direction Customize the text layout direction in the document or selected text box.
Margins Select the margin sizes for the entire document or the current section.
Orientation Switch the pages between portrait and landscape layouts.
Size Choose a paper size for the current section. --  -- To apply a specific paper size to all sections in the document, click More Paper Sizes.
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Columns Split text into two or more columns.
Breaks Add page, section, or column breaks to the document.
Line Numbers Add line numbers in the margin alongside of each line of the document.
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Hyphenation Turn on hyphenation, which allows Word to break lines between the syllables of words. --  -- Books and magazines hyphenate their text in order to have more uniform spacing between words.
Watermark Insert ghosted text behind the content on the page. --  -- This is often used to indicate that a document is to be treated specially, such as Confidential or Urgent.
Page Color Choose a color for the background of the page.
Page Borders... Add or change the border around the page.
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Header Edit the header of the document. --  -- The content in the Header will appear at the top of each printed page.
Footer Edit the footer of the document. --  -- The content in the footer will appear at the bottom of each printed page.
Page Number Insert page numbers into the document.
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Spelling & Grammar Check the spelling and grammar of text in the document.
Research... Open the Research Task Pane to search through reference materials, such as dictionaries, encyclopedias, and translation services.
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Cut Cut the selection and put it on the Clipboard.
Copy Copy the selection and put it on the Clipboard.
Paste Paste the contents of the Clipboard.
Format Painter Copy formatting from one place and apply it to another. --  -- Double-click this button to apply the same formatting to multiple places in the document.
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Undo
Redo
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Hyperlink... Create a link to a Web page, a picture, an e-mail address, or a program.
Borders Customize the borders of the selected cells or text.
Table Insert or draw a table into the document.
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More Columns... Show the Columns dialog box to customize column widths.
New Drawing Canvas
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Navigation Pane Open the Navigation Pane, which allows you to navigate through the document by heading, by page, or by searching for text or objects.
Show All Show paragraph marks and other hidden formatting symbols.
Show/Hide Editing Marks Show paragraph marks and other hidden formatting symbols.
Zoom...
Zoom... Show the Zoom dialog box to specify the zoom level of the document. --  -- In most cases, you can also use the zoom controls in the status bar at the bottom of the window to quickly zoom the document.
100% Zoom the document to 100% of the normal size.
One Page Zoom the document so that an entire page fits in the window.
Two Pages Zoom the document so that two pages fit in the window.
Page Width Zoom the document so that the width of the page matches the width of the window.
Full Screen Reading View the document in full screen Reading View in order to maximize the space available for reading or commenting on the document.
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Comments
New Comment Add a comment about the selection.
Delete Click here to delete all of the comments in the document or just the ones that are shown on the screen.
Previous Navigate to the previous comment in the document.
Next Navigate to the next comment in the document.
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Ink Comment Add an ink comment about the selection, in which you can write comments with the pen.
Pen Choose a pen style and color to write comments with.
Eraser Erase ink from the comment.
References
Index and Tables
Table of Contents Add a Table of Contents to the document. --  -- Once you have added a Table of Contents, click the Add Text button to add entries to the table.
Add Text Add the current paragraph as an entry in the Table of Contents.
Update Table... Update the Table of Contents so that all the entries refer to the correct page number.
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Insert Footnote Add a footnote to the document. --  -- Footnotes are automatically renumbered as you move text around the document.
Insert Endnote Add an endnote to the document. --  -- Endnotes are placed at the end of the document.
Next Footnote Click here to navigate to the previous footnote in the document, or to navigate to the next or previous endnote.
Footnote and Endnote Dialog... Show the Footnote and Endnote dialog box.
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Insert Citation Cite a book, journal article, or other periodical as the source for a piece of information in the document. --  -- Choose from the list of sources you have created or enter information for a new source. --  -- Word formats the citation according to the style you have selected.
Manage Sources... View the list of all the sources cited in the document.
Bibliography Add a bibliography, which lists all the sources cited in the document.
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Insert Caption... Add a caption to a picture or other image. --  -- A caption is a line of text that appears below an object to describe it. --  -- For example: "Figure 7: Common Weather Patterns."
Insert Table of Figures... Insert a Table of Figures into the document. --  -- A Table of Figures includes a list of all of the figures, tables, or equations in the document.
Update Table Update the Table of Figures to include all of the entries in the document.
Cross-reference... Refer to items such as headings, figures, and tables by inserting a cross reference such as, "See Table 6 below" or "Turn to page 8." --  -- Cross references are automatically updated if the content is moved to another location. By default, cross references are inserted as hyperlinks.
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Mark Entry... Include the selected text in the index of the document.
Insert Index... Insert an index into the document. --  -- An index is a list of keywords found in the document along with the page numbers the words appear on.
Update Index Update the index so that all the entries refer to the correct page number.
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Mark Citation... Add the selected text as an entry in the Table of Authorities.
Insert Table of Authorities... Insert a Table Of Authorities into the document. --  -- A Table of Authorities lists the cases, statutes, and other authorities cited in the document.
Update Table Update the Table of Authorities to include all of the citations in the document.
Tracking
Track Changes Track all changes made to the document, including insertions, deletions, and formatting changes.
Balloons Choose how to show revisions to the document. --  -- You can show revisions as balloons in the margins of the document or show them directly within the document itself.
Display for Review Choose how to view the proposed changes to the document. --  -- Final shows the document with all proposed changes included; Original shows the document before any changes were made. --  -- The markup shows what changes have been proposed.
Reviewing Pane Click here to choose a layout in which to display the Reviewing Pane.
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Accept Click here to access other options such as accepting all changes in the document.
Reject Click the arrow to access other options such as rejecting all changes in the document.
Previous Navigate to the previous revision in the document so that you can accept or reject it.
Next Navigate to the next revision in the document so that you can accept or reject it.
L&etters and Mailings
Envelope & Label Wizard
Envelopes... Create and print envelopes.
Labels... Create and print labels. --  -- You can select from a number of popular paper label styles and shapes.
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Start Mail Merge Start a mail merge to create a form letter which you intend to print or e-mail multiple times, sending each copy to a different recipient. --  -- You can insert fields, such as Name or Address, which Word will replace automatically with information from a database or contact list for each copy of the form letter.
Select Recipients Choose the list of people you intend to send the letter to. --  -- You can type your own list, use your Outlook contacts, or connect to a database.
Edit Recipient List... Make changes to the list of recipients and decide which of them should receive your letter. --  -- You can also sort, filter, find and remove duplicates, or validate addresses from the list.
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Highlight Merge Fields Highlight the fields you have inserted into the document. --  -- This makes it easy to see what part of your form letter will be replaced by information from the recipient list you have chosen.
Address Block... Add an address to your letter. --  -- You specify the formatting and location, and Word will replace it with actual addresses from your recipient list when you finish the mail merge.
Greeting Line... Add a greeting line such as "Dear <<First Name>>." to your document.
Insert Merge Field Add any field from your recipient list to the document, such as "Last Name," "Home Phone," "Company Name," or any other field. --  -- When you finish the mail merge, Word will replace these fields with the actual information from the recipient list.
Rules Specify rules to add decision-making ability to the mail merge. --  -- For instance, you could use If then else to check the address of recipient and show a local phone number to recipients near you and an international phone number for recipients outside of your country.
Match Fields... Match Fields allows you to tell Word the meaning of different fields in your recipient list. --  -- For example, you can indicate that your custom field "Home" is equivalent to normal built-in field "Home Phone."
Update Labels If you are creating labels, update all the labels in the document to use information from the recipient list. --  -- For a mail merge to a printed letter or e-mail, this command is not necessary.
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Preview Results Replace the merge fields in your document with actual data from your recipient list so you can see what it looks like.
First Preview the first record in the recipient list.
Previous Preview the previous record in the recipient list.
Next Preview the next record in the recipient list.
Last Preview the last record in the recipient list.
Find Recipient... Find and preview a specific record in the recipient list by searching for text.
Auto Check for Errors... Specify how to handle errors that occur when completing the mail merge. --  -- You also have the option of simulating the mail merge to see if any errors would occur.
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Finish & Merge Complete the mail merge. --  -- You can create separate documents for each copy of the letter, send them all directly to the printer, or send them via e-mail.
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Formatting Toolbar

Styles... Show the Styles window.
Style: Apply an HTML tag or CSS style to the selected text.
Font: Change the font face.
Font Size: Change the font size.
Bold Make the selected text bold.
Italic Italicize the selected text.
Underline Underline the selected text.
Strikethrough Draw a line through the middle of the selected text.
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Subscript Create small letters below the text baseline.
Superscript Create small letters above the line of text.
Character Border Apply a border around a set of characters or sentence.
Character Shading Shade the background of an entire line.
Change Case Change all the selected text to UPPERCASE, lowercase, or other common capitalizations.
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Quick Styles Format titles, quotes, and other text using this gallery of styles.
Clear Formatting Clear all the formatting from the selection, leaving only the plain text.
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Align Left Align text to the left.
Center Center text.
Align Right Align text to the right.
Justify Align text to both the left and right margins, adding extra space between words as necessary. --  -- This creates a clean look along the left and right side of the page.
Justify Align text to both the left and right margins, adding extra space between words as necessary. --  -- This creates a clean look along the left and right side of the page.
Distributed Align paragraph to both the left and right margins by adding extra space between characters as necessary. --  -- This creates a document with clean look.
Line spacing Change the spacing between lines of text. --  -- You can also customize the amount of space added before and after paragraphs.
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Numbering Start a numbered list. --  -- Click the arrow to choose different numbering formats.
Bullets Start a bulleted list. --  -- Click the arrow to choose different bullet styles.
Multilevel List Start a multilevel list. --  -- Click the arrow to choose different multilevel list styles.
Decrease Indent Decreases the indent level of the paragraph.
Increase Indent Increase the indent level of the paragraph.
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Text Highlight Color Make text look like it was marked with a highlighter pen.
Shading Color the background behind the selected text or paragraph.
Font Color Change the text color.
Text Effects Apply a visual effect to the selected text, such as a shadow, glow or reflection.
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What is Classic Menu for Office

The software Classic Menu for Office is designed for the people who are accustomed to the old interface of Microsoft Office 2003, XP (2002) and 2000. It brings back the classic menus and toolbars to Microsoft Office (includes Word) 2007, 2010 and 2013. The classic view helps the people to smoothly upgrade to the latest version of Office, and work with Office 2007/2010/2013 as if it were Office 2003 (and 2002, 2000).

Classic Look of Word 2007/2010

Screen Shot of Classic Menu for Word
  • All new features and commands of Office 2007, 2010 and 2013 have been added to the menus and toolbars;
  • Without any training or tutorials after upgrading, users can work with Office 2007/2010/2013 immediately;
  • Easy to find any command items you want to process;
  • Easy to show or hide the classic menus, toolbars and ribbon tabs;
  • Easy to install and use. Supports all languages. Free download!

 

Classic Menu for Office 2010 and 2013

It includes Classic Menu for Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote, Outlook, Publisher, Access, InfoPath, Visio and Project 2010 and 2013.


 

Classic Menu for Office 2007

It includes Classic Menu for Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access and Outlook 2007.

 

 

 

 
 

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