How to Use the Microsoft Word Letter Wizard

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To use the Microsoft Word letter wizard, go to the "Project Gallery," select the "Letter" template, click on "Letter Wizard" and follow the prompts that pop up in the window. Use the Word letter wizard to more easily compose letters with a tutorial from a computer consultant in this free video on computer programs.

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Video Transcript

Hi, this is Kyle Parker with Expert Village and I'm going to show you how to use the Microsoft Word letter wizard. First you're going to want to open up Microsoft Word and then head over to the project gallery. In here you'll see many other templates. We're going to select letter and then down here you'll see the letter wizard. Select that and go ahead and open it. From there the letter wizard window pop ups. And you can choose the formatting that you'd like to have - you can include the date and the format you would like the date to show up in. You can then select some other letters that are typical such as a cover letter or a professional letter or just a normal - and then you can adjust how the formatting of the letter will also be showed up as well. You can select your recipient by using your address book and I only have mine in there so I could select that. And then you can adjust to a formal business and formal type of heading or salutation as you would call it. And then you can also add other things such as attention and then add like billing documents from previous ones that I have, or there for facts notation or full attention, important dated info as you might see on a lot of your bills or things of that nature. And then whenever you're ready you just click finish after you've entered that and it will fill in all your information and then it'll highlight where your text that forms the body of the letter will begin. So then you can start typing your text in here and then whenever you're done you can save or print your document and you'd have a nice formatted letter for yourself.


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