Poetry Test

The follow was created in MarsEdit by switching to “Plain Text” mode (Post -> Edit Plain Text) and then add a “pre” section, and pasting the formatted content inside it:

this is

      a test

of something with lines
that resemble

a poem

This is outside the “pre” section again.

Welcome to Word

6 tips for a simpler way to work

Quick access to commands

At the top of your document, the Quick
Access Toolbar
puts the commands you use frequently just one click away.

Quick Access Toolbar

If the commands currently shown aren’t quite what you need,
customize the Quick Access Toolbar.

Try it:

Select the Customize Quick Access Toolbar button and select command names to add or remove them from the Quick
Access Toolbar
.

Customize Quick Access Toolbar

Look professional, your way

In this document, styles like Heading 1 and Title have been applied to text (Home tab, Styles gallery). That lets you quickly overhaul the look of the whole document.

Try it:

1. 
On the Design tab, select the different Style Sets and watch the formatting change automatically.

Style Sets in the Design tab

2. 
Go to Themes and watch how colors and fonts change with the various choices.

Themes in the Design tab

3. 
The Design tab also provides choices for fine-tuning colors, fonts, or paragraph spacing. You can also add a watermark or page border, or change the color of the page.

More design options in the Design tab

Edit pictures without leaving Word

When it comes to pictures, Word includes options for
adjusting color, cropping, removing the background, applying artistic effects,
and more.

Try it:

1. 
Select this photograph of
an otter:

An otter lying on its back in water

2. 
Select Picture Format tab, and then select Artistic Effects and select an effect, like Mosaic Bubbles.

3. 
To see all the formatting
options, select Picture Format tab, and then select Format
Pane
on the right side of the app.

Format Pane in the Picture Format tab

4. 
If you apply formatting you
don’t like, press F1 to undo it, or select Reset under Artistic Effects in the Format Pane to go back to the original picture.

Hint: To open the Format Pane quickly, press Command+Shift+1.

Explore without leaving your doc

Smart Lookup brings research from the web directly into Word.

Try it:

1. 
Select the word “Otter”

2. 
Go to the References tab and select Smart Lookup

Smart Lookup button in the References tab

Source: Wikipedia CC-by-SA – https://en.wikipedia.org

3. 
To close out of the Smart
Lookup
pane, select the Close button at the top of the pane.

Close button in the Smart Lookup pane

Designed for teamwork

With your document stored online, your group can work on it
together at the same time.

How it works:

1.     Save your document in an online location, like OneDrive.

2. 
Select Share button from above the ribbon.

Share button

3.     Invite people or send a link so they can edit with you.

Sharing options

Give feedback in comments

Comments are threaded, so you can have a conversation right
next to relevant text. This is a great way to quickly add your feedback.

Try it:

1. 
Select somewhere in this
paragraph, and then select the Review tab.

2. 
Select New Comment, and type something.

Review tab and a new comment

3. 
Notice that your comment
includes a Reply button. Use it to respond to a comment.

Reply button

Hint: When you’ve taken care of feedback, get the comment out of your way without losing it: Select the comment and then select Done on the Review tab.

More questions about Word?

Visit the Word
team blog.

Arrow pointing right with a hyperlink to the Word team blog. Select the image to visit the Word team blog

Get help with Word
for Mac.

Arrow pointing right with a hyperlink to help with Word for Mac. Select the image to access help with Word for Mac

     

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