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If you need to write a written assignment and have no knowledge how to create a Word Document do not worry I will thoroughly explain to you how to open and format a document My instructions are only for users with operating system Windows 7 your personal computer must have Microsoft Office 2013 with Word 2013 application installed Please follow my directions step by and you will be able to write your paper in minutesBefore continuing you must have some equipment in order to open Word 2013 First you should have a QWERTY keyboard or a Dvorak keyboard but either keyboard is fine The Dvorak keyboard is no more efficient than QWERTY HowStuffWorks You will then need to have a mouse with standard functions such as right and left clickFirst press the power button on your personal computer the power button turns on the computer The power button looks like circle with a line cutting through the radius When powering on your computer if you have a separate monitor please remember to turn on it on Please wait a ten to thirty seconds while Windows 7 starts up loading duration for Windows 7 varies for different users Once the computer has started we will need access to desktop if you do not have a password login you will automatically be prompted directly to your desktop However if you do are required a password in order to login you must input your password using your keyboard to login into your desktop Finally on the desktop screen select the Windows icon on the bottom left corner of your screen the windows icon is circular and has four little rectangles with the colors red green blue and yellowYou will now learn how to find a specific application using the Windows taskbar Select the Windows icon on the bottom left corner a taskbar will pop up select the option the say All Programs now a new window within
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