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Using Microsoft Word as more than just a Word Processor

January 9, 2006

While typically known only as a word processing tool, Microsoft Word has many powerful features that you can take advantage of when teaching or publishing content. Many of its built-in features can also be used to make document producing much simpler, especially when collaborating with others. A few of these features are:

For more information and more advanced features that Microsoft Word 2003 offers, visit the Advanced Microsoft Word Features how-to pages in the Teaching with Technology Collaboratory.

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