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What are two ways to open a document?

What are two ways to create a new document in Word?

What are two ways to save a document?

  • BCIS -

    Does BCIS stand for anything particular?

  • BCIS -

    im not sure of the exact meaning, its a computer class.

  • BCIS -

    a. One can click on an icon, or click on the file name in the open file dialoge
    b. File>new or click on the new document icon in the toolbar.
    c. let it autosave then close. File>save as>

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