Which version of Word are you using?
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Microsoft introduced the Ribbon in Word 2007 and further improved the interface and usability of the program in Word 2010. Currently, Word 2010 and Word 2013 are the most widely used versions of Microsoft Word. Word is packaged with the Microsoft Office suite of programs and is included with Office 365.
To check which version of Word you are currently using, watch the start-up screen after you click the icon to launch Word. If your computer processor is really fast, it may display too quickly for you to read. In that case, check which version you are using by trying one of the following options:
• Click on FILE then on Account. Look for the version under Product Information (you are using Word 2013 if this worked for you); or
• Click on the FILE tab then on Help, the version will be displayed in the right-hand panel on the screen (you are probably using Word 2010 if this worked for you); or
• Click on WORD on the menu at the top of the screen and select About Word (you are probably using Microsoft Word 2008 or 2011 for Mac if this worked); or
• Click on the Office button at the top left-hand corner of your screen, select Word Options,
Resources and then About (it is likely you are using Microsoft Word 2007 if this option worked for you); or
• Click on the HELP button located at the top of your screen then select About Microsoft Office Word (it is likely you are using Microsoft Word 2003 if this option worked for you).
It is important to know which version you have installed in order that you find online Microsoft Word tutorials, classes, videos and forums that fit the program version you are using. You can find TestsTestsTests.com FREE online Microsoft Word 2010 Tutorials with corresponding Tests here.
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