Word 2013 Book TemplateWorld 2013 Book Template
Based on a space: Word 2013 Styles
We welcome Seth Fox, Word Office Program Manager, to show you how you can simply launch new personalized files. In the last few months, I presented the Word 2013 splash page and talked about how you can use your template and built-in contents to quickly produce appealing works.
I am now looking forward to presenting new launch documentations that can be seen on the home page. As we know, over half of all Word meetings are based on a empty one. They may look very different, but in earlier Word releases they all began with the same preferences.
With Word 2013, we've made it easy for you to make great-looking files so you can concentrate on the contents instead of reformatting them. If you know, for example, that you are working for teaching and your teacher has told you to arrange the work in a distance, you can now start with a simple click on the "Single spaced left (blank)" template.
You can also use special layouts to generate your own personalized files without having to change the format. If you need a neat, contemporary report with unnumbered headlines, for example, just click on the "Report template (blank)". Formating the remainder of the original is as simple as choosing the required theme in the Home page of the Art Gallery-see Caitlin's contribution to modifying your theme in Word 2013 to find out more about the performance of Theory.
Or, if you want a clean-looking file that is different from the old standard look, just click on "Ionendesign ("empty")" and you are on your way. You can open theme artwork with text that is already styled with commonly used text types. Just substitute the text with your own words to get to work.
If you want to find more empty template, click on the proposed template or look for the word "empty". When you find one you like, you can attach it to the home page to make sure it's always at hand. Hopefully it will be simpler than ever to start with Word 2013, whether you are writing a new file, opening a new one or using a template.