Is anyone using Word 2013 and finding it difficult to navigate? Any learning suggestions?
Since manuals no longer accompany software, it becomes more difficult for those who learn by seeing to quickly learn new software. Microsoft Word used to be great in 2003. Word 2013 is a download with a software key that does not have CD.
I am new to the 2013 version, but I find it mostly navigable from my knowledge of past versions. Is there anything in particular you might need help with?
I need help using the program to set up to write an article, and it seems complex.
Here (http://www.gcflearnfree.org/word2013) is an excellent text and image tutorial for the Word 2013 basics. I would suggest starting with #4 on the list.
Thank you NinetythreeProof for your suggestion. Everyone is so helpful.
Have you looked at the Microsoft free video tutorials online at their homepage, Not sure if I can post a link so I put in two spaces between the office and microsoft.
Thank you Sallybea. I am not fond of videos, but must find a way to learn. This tutorial may help me, and I will check it out immediately.
There are some written ones there too. Microsoft have some wonderful free tutorials.
I still use MS Word Starter 2010. It was a free download and has worked fine for me, it has been updated, on its own, several times. The only instructions I have, which I rarely use, are with it or online and online has only been a couple of times.
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