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With Microsoft Office Word 2007, you can quickly and easily turn a plain-looking document into one that looks professionally designed. Use styles to quickly format major elements in your document, such as titles, subtitles, and headings. Start with predefined, coordinated designs and then customize to suit your needs. As you work, you don't need to apply formatting and then do it again until you have what you want — just point to a style in the dialog box to see a preview in your document. Not quite right? Point to a different style and see what it looks like.
Working with tables is easier than ever in Office Word 2007. You can convert text to tables and then use table styles and Table Tools to refine the look and layout. Want to add a diagram to your document? The new SmartArt graphics in Word 2007 make it a snap to create a diagram that supports your text, whether it's a process, an organization chart, a flow chart, a set of tasks, or something else.
Watch the demo to see how easy it is to give a plain document a professional-looking makeover, and then give it a final polish with headers and footers and a cover page.
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