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MS Word Options for Preparing Documents

MS Word provides every option necessary for preparing any kind of literary document.
With the following options, there is no reason why your students cannot prepare
and turn in a perfectly formatted document. When setting your margins, you will want to start out with Page Layout and then Page Setup. Here are the options to choose from:

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Pages
Tables
Illustrations
Links
Header & Footer
Text
Symbols

Page Layout
Themes
Page Setup
Page Background
Paragraph
Arrange

References
Table of Contents
Footnotes
Citations & Bibiography
Captions
Index
Table of Authorities

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Create
Start Mail Merge
Write & Insert Fields
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Proofing
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Changes
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Show/Hide
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Inserting Hyperlinks/Links in Your MS Word Document

Hyperlinks are also known as "links". They usually start with http:// and once you complete the address, this link will take you to that page on the Internet. However, when typing correspondence, you may want to include an email address for your reader to click on and be taken to an email screen to make it easier. These hyperlinks usually start out with mailto:"email address" and the link will show as whatever text you choose to appear.

When using MS Word to add a hyperlink, you will go to:

1. Insert
2. HyperLinks
3. Look on left side of page and click on type of link you want to use
4. Fill in the blanks
5. Click Enter