What is Ms Word and what it does?

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Ms Word is a software that helps us to write something. We can bold and italic by using Ms Word.

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What is Ms Word and what it does?

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Hello,

Microsoft Office Word is a word processor intended by Microsoft. It is most generally used nowadays. It is used for creating numerous documents and files. Microsoft has its many versions, and its latest version is the Microsoft 2010.

Microsoft Word has its own unique features. You can insert images, tables, symbols, charts, clip-arts and many more! You can choose your own text color and text style.

Microsoft Word is very useful especially to students and in the world of business. Microsoft word is commonly used in reading a document via-email.  Microsoft word is user-friendly software because it gives us easy instructions.

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delzir

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What is Ms Word and what it does?

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Hi,

Microsoft Office Word is a word processing program designed by Microsoft. It is a component of MS Office software program package.

Though the basic function is to write something here, it can be very useful for some other functions like inserting tables, diagrams or pictures in your document page.

The file extension is .doc or .docx. The recent versions available are Microsoft Office Word 2010 for Windows and Microsoft Office Word 2011 for Mac. These recent versions has some special features so you feel comfortable using these versions.

Hope this will be helpful for you to choose the right versions for better performance.

Thank you.

Aldine

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What is Ms Word and what it does?

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MS Word is a very useful for us so everyone need to know about this software. There is a techyv page which is contain a huge info about MS Word. I hope this page will be helpful for you too.

Visit for more MS Word information here and enrich your gen. 

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