Quick start: Open a document in Word Starter

After you have saved a file and closed it, you can open it again to resume your work. You don't have to open Microsoft Word Starter first. Double-clicking the file will open Word Starter

How?

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Click the Start button, Start button and then click Documents.

Documents

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Find the file in the Documents folder, and double-click it.

Documents folder

Icon image The Word Starter startup screen appears, and the document is displayed.

Next steps

Now that Word Starter is running, you can open more documents from within the program. Here are two ways:

  • To browse for files in the Documents folder or other folders, click the File tab, and then click Open.

Open

  • To open a file that you worked on recently, click the File tab, and then click Recent.

Recent

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