1- How do you create a document in Microsoft Word from scratch?
In the upper-left corner of the Word program window, click the File tab, and then click New. The New Document dialog box opens. With Blank document selected, click Create.
2- How do you save a document in Microsoft Word?
To save a document for the first time,
click the Save button on the Quick Access toolbar, or click Save on the File tab.
All three options display a dialog box in which you specify a name for the document.
3- How do you track changes to documents?
You can use Word’s Track Changes feature to record the changes made to a document.
Click the Track Changes button in the Tracking group on the Review tab.
Word highlights the button, indicating that the Track Changes feature is turned on.
4- How do you format text, change font, and font size?
To format text, in the Font group on the Home tab, click the Bold, Italic or Underline button.
To change the font and font size click on the toolbar. Click the Font arrow to display a list of available fonts. Then click the Font Size arrow to select the size.
5- What will the following key combination for print a document?
Ctrl+P will print the document.
6- How do you check spellings and grammar of a MS Word document?
Place the cursor at the beginning of the document or at the beginning of the section that you want to check.
Click the Review tab on the tool bar. Click Spelling & Grammar on the Proofing group.