Office 2013 All-in-One For Dummies
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The user interface for Office mobile apps is consistent with the online and desktop versions. Even with the pared down features in the Word app, for example, the app does the job for quick editing. The familiar look and feel optimized for touch screens requires no learning curve earning the Word app the "Best Apps of 2015" title in Google Play.

Word app Home tab on an Android device.

Word app Home tab on an Android device.

The Home tab in the Word app on an Android device has basic formatting commands: Fonts, Paragraphs, Styles, and Search.

Word app Insert tab on an Android device.

Word app Insert tab on an Android device.

The Insert tab gives you options for tables, pictures, shapes, text boxes, hyperlinks, comments, headers and footers, page numbers, and the most commonly used commands for references: footnotes and endnotes.

Word app Layout tab on an Android device.

Word app Layout tab on an Android device.

The Layout tab is where you can adjust margins, change the orientation of the page, choose the paper size, choose the number of columns, and configure page breaks.

Word app Review tab on an Android device.

Word app Review tab on an Android device.

The Review tab has spell check, proofing and language options, word and smart lookup from the references group, commenting, track changes, and options to view the changes in the document.

Word app View tab on an Android device.

Word app View tab on an Android device.

The View tab allows you to switch between reading and editing mode, zoom in to 100%, display the full page, or stretch the page to fill the width of the screen.

As you can see, the app also has a Quick Access Toolbar similar to the desktop version. From this toolbar you can save, view in reading mode, share, undo typing (Ctrl+Z), or redo typing (Ctrl+Y).

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Peter Weverka is a veteran For Dummies author who has written about a wide variety of applications. Along with two bestselling editions of Office All-in-One For Dummies, Peter has written PowerPoint All-in-One For Dummies and Microsoft Money For Dummies.

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