Microsoft Word, Excel, Forms and Annotations

Word & Excel

Microsoft Word is the dominant word processor in current use, making Word's proprietary document file format (DOC) the de facto standard which competing products must support to interoperate in an office environment. Microsoft Excel is the most popular spreadsheet program on the market today. Microsoft Excel is a spreadsheet application which allows you to perform easily various calculations, estimations, and formulations with data. It permits a varied selection of fonts and options to be used in the creation of worksheets. Microsoft Excel also includes a varied library of chart types that can be implemented to visually display data.

Microsoft Forms

A special type of document in which the user can only type within certain areas. The remainder of the document is protected and cannot be modified in any way. Forms allow the user to move directly between the check boxes, drop-down lists or text sections by using the “Tab” key. You can use forms to create templates for your office or business.

Inking in Microsoft Word 2003, 2007, 2010 and Windows Tablet Edition

Mark up Word 2003 and 2007 documents in your own handwriting. Annotate directly in the document, or add canvases to insert ink text or drawings. (A canvas is an ink area in your Word document and you can draw anywhere inside it.) You can also use ink in Word 2003, 2007 and 2010 comments. Using comments ensures that your annotations remain anchored to the text referred to in the comment, even when someone else edits your document later.

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