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Salem State University | Department of World Languages & Cultures | Language Resource Center

Writing Papers at the LRC using Word 2000

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    At the LRC you may use Microsoft Word 2000 (SR-1) word processor to write compositions, papers, reports, etc. Special French and Spanish language modules are installed as well, so that you may do spell checking in those languages, as well as consult a thesaurus in those languages.

    To start up Word 2000, double-click on the Word icon on the Windows desktop. You can also open the program from the ProgramLinks folder.

    The toolbar and the main buttonbars of Word 2000 as installed on LRC computers differs somewhat from the standard ones. For that reason, we are providing an explanation of the major differences here for your convenience.

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    Special features

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    1. A special template for writing papers or compositions for professors in the Department of World Languages & Cultures:
      Click on LRC Menu in the toolbar. Select the appropriate choice.

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    Salem State University | Department of World Languages & Cultures | Language Resource Center

    Page URL: lrc.salemstate.edu/wordprocessing.htm
    Last updated: July 20, 2000