Microsoft Office 2016: The Complete Guide (2015)


Making Custom Styles and Templates

Making and Attaching Templates

Creating and Modifying Styles

Go to the Developer’s tab found in the Templates group. Select Document Template to show the Template’s page of the Templates and Add-Ins dialog box.

Select attach in the Document Template region to make the Attach Template dialog box accessible. Go to the template you wish to attach, double-click it so that it goes in the direction of the Document Template.

Go to the Templates and Add-Ins dialog box, tick the Automatically update document styles check box. Select OK to apply the new template and update the document styles templates to enter the medium in which you wish to store templates that you make. Copy the default local file location from the box above, add Templates to the end. Select OK to save the setting.

On the New page of the Backstage view, beneath the Search box, select the Fax category to show thumbnails.

Browse the list, select the template you prefer. Select Create to download the template, make a new fax cover page document from the selected template.

Substitute at least one place holder with personal information. Then make the formatting modifications you wish.

Go to the Backstage view, select the Save As tab. Go to the left panel of the Save As page, select Computer go now to the right panel, select the Browse button to make the Save As dialog box accessible.

Go to the Save As type menu, select the word template.

Type in My Fax Template in the File Name box. Select Save.

Changing Default Program Options

Go to the Home tab, located in the Font group, place the cursor on the Bold option to show a ScreenTip that includes the name of the option, its keyboard shortcut, as well as its role.

Select the File tab, to show the Backstage view, select options to show the General page of the Word Options dialog box.

Go now to the Interface options region, located in the ScreenTip style menu, select the option Don’t Show Feature descriptions in ScreenTips.

Ensure that the Username and Initials are in the way you want them to appear in the Microsoft Office region. Go to the Office Background menu, select Starts. Go to the Office Theme menu. Select a color.

In the document type in a sentence with all the words spelt incorrectly.

Make the Word Options dialog box accessible. Select Display page tab to show the selection for modifying how images appear on screen as well as when printed.

Go to the Exceptions for region, tick the Hide Spelling errors in this document only as well as the Hide grammar errors in this document check boxes.

Select the Save page tab for saving, editing and sharing documents.

Go to the Save documents region, show the Save files in this format menu. See the different ways you can save this file. Select outside the menu to exit this region.

Select the language page tab to show options for implementing the existing, display, Help and ScreenTip languages.

Go to the Set Your ScreenTip Language menu, select Spanish.

Select the Advanced page tab to show options related to editing document information.

Go to the Display area, adjust Show this number of Recent Documents to 6. Click the Quickly access this number of Recent Documents check box and adjust it to 3, and the Show this number of unpinned Recent Folders to 3.

Select the Trust Center page tab to show links to information regarding privacy and security.

Select Trust Centre Settings in the Microsoft Word Trust Centre to gain access to that dialog box.

Look through all the pages of the Trust Centre dialog box. Select Cancel to go back to the Word Options dialog box

Go to the Word options dialog box, select Ok to save adjustments made to go back to the document.

Ensuring that Changes Made are In Effect

Go to the document and see that the lines indicating incorrect spelling is no longer visible. Place the cursor on the Bold Button and see that the ScreenTip says Negrita.

Select the File tab to show the Backstage view.

Select the Open page tab and see the list of recent documents.

Select the Save As page tab.

Go to the Backstage view, select the Options to go back to the Word Options dialog box. Undo the modifications that you would no longer like to work on. Select OK to exit the dialog box and save your changes.

Customizing the Quick Access Tool Bar

The Agenda document located in the Chapter16 practice file folder is required for the completion of this activity. Open the document then adhere to subsequent steps:

Go to Home tab, right-click the Text Highlight color arrow, select Add to Quick Access Toolbar to put the command and gallery to the toolbar.

Select the Customize the Quick Access Toolbar button.

Go to the Customize Quick Access Toolbar option list, select Spelling and Grammar to apply that option to the toolbar.

Go to the Customize Quick Access Toolbar option list. Select the More Commands to show the Quick Access Toolbar page of the Word Options dialog box. Choose other available commands from that Toolbar that you want to see displayed on the Quick Access toolbar.