A free and easy way to learn using Microsoft
Word XP. Easy step-by-step
instructions for basic, intermediate and advanced levels. Free exercises are
also available to
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If you’ve been around word processors for a
while, you probably know a lot of this stuff already. In case you’ve never even touched a word processor before,
you’ve come to the right place. Here you'll find the most of
Find some basic, intermediate or even advanced word-processing functions.
Add some bookmarks to
your Microsoft Word XP document and then use
them to hop around in your document.
Bullets and Numbering
Learn step-by-step how to add automatic numbering
next to your lists of text.
You can also put an automatic bullet or two next to
Learn how to use a word counter in Word XP to count almost anything in
Learn how to use Drop Cap in dropping some first letters or even
the whole word.
An example of a drop cap:
Ever used tabs? Learn how to use tabs the correct way
to align your text within the document. Where you might think it must be
columns, you'll see that you can also use tabs for the same purpose.
An example of tabs:
P.S. Microsoft Word XP is not a
difficult word processor program to learn to use. Once you have the
know-how, you'll be able to do whatever you want with your Microsoft Word
XP document. Word help can be found on any topic you can think of!
Enjoy the learning journey and have some fun with your documents, while
you're at it.
Word XP Topics:
Q & A
AutoShapes & Text Boxes
Convert PDF to Word
Convert Word to HTML
Convert Word to PDF
Customize Shortcut keys
Delete a File
Find & Replace
Move or Copy
Open a File
PDF to Word Converter
Rename a File
Save a File
Spelling & Grammar
Word to HTML Converter
Word to PDF Converter