Solving the Riddle of Microsoft and Your Computer

Solving the Riddle of Microsoft and Your Computer

2Nd Edition

Mark Riddle


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Solving the Riddle of Microsoft and Your Computer provides easy to follow step by step instructions. Chapter one provides some useful facts about your computer. This Chapter describes such things as how to operate your mouse; how to modify your screen saver and printer settings; options for printing files; how to use different functions of the calculator; playing and storing music; using Snipping Tool to capture images; determining amount of Radom Access Memory (RAM) is on your computer; determining your computer name; how to use Microsoft Excel to keep track of financial transactions. Chapter two discusses how to use Microsoft File Explorer. I refer to File Explorer as the electronic filing cabinet. This chapter provides a description of the drives in your computer; how to create top level and sub-folders in your C-Drive also known as the hard drive; how to find files in File Explorer; copying files from the C-Drive and changing properties on files. Chapter three is the real meat of this book. It provides detailed information on the most useful Microsoft Word functions. You will learn how to use pull down menus to include (Find, Replace, Tracking Changes, Accepting or Rejecting Changes, saving files, Print Preview, Printing, inserting Headers and Footers); additional topics on cover pages, inserting blank pages, inserting page breaks, inserting tables and inserting pictures; next you will learn how to adjust margins, adjust orientation, adjusting size of paper, inserting columns, inserting page and section breaks, how to vertical line numbers; an in depth discussion concerning interactive table of contents; other useful tools include inserting symbols, inserting footnotes, inserting text boxes, inserting other files into Word, how to use Format Painter, description of formatting fonts and how to insert splits in Word.


Mark Riddle:
Mark S. Riddle is a recently retired Government Civilian from United States Space Force (USSF) Space Operations Command (SpOC) where he served as Work Flow Manager for the largest SpOC division for the past seven years. Mark also served honorably in the United States Air Force for twenty-four years. He earned his Bachelor of Science degree from Colorado Christian University in Computer Information Systems Management. Mark also earned his Master of Science degree from Webster University in Space Systems Operations Management. He lives in Colorado Springs, Colorado with his wife Norma.