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Sometimes, we need to open a file in MS Word. It can be a word doc, presentation, or any other file that has the same name. Opening a file in MS Word is a common task for everyone. Open the MS Word and at the top in the menu bar, click the File menu and select the Open option. In the Open window, find and select the file you want to open in Microsoft Word. Click the drop-down list next to the File name text field to change the file type, and then select open.

There are a few ways to open existing documents in Ms Word. In this hindi tutorial learn to few step by a open existing document in ms word . We can choose from three different methods: 1. Using the File menu option, 2. Using the shortcut, 3. Using the shortcut and then selecting the document from the drop-down menu that appears after using it.

Microsoft Office is a suite program used by millions of people around the world. With Ms Word, we can save and share our work and collaborate with other team members. There are many ways to save a document in Ms Word: either saving it to a specific folder, adding it to a template or emailing it out. The most common way of saving is to close the document and then pressing the 'Save' button in the toolbar at the top left corner of your screen. The next time you need to access that document again, open up your 'File' menu, click on 'Open' and browse for where you saved the file from before. It should be saved in an accessible location on your computer so it can be found quickly.

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