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Chapter�2.�Fundamentals

Mike McBride

This section of the documentation discusses starting KWord, introduces the user to templates and discusses an important difference between two major types of templates.

Starting KWord

KWord can be started one of four ways:

  1. You can select KWord through the system menus, under: K-Button -> Office -> KWord .

  2. If you are in a terminal program (Konsole, Xterm, etc.), you can type:

    $ 
    
    
    
    kword &
    
    
    
    
    

    Or

    $ 
    
    
    
    kword
    
     
    
    filename
    
     &
    
    
  3. Using Konqueror, you can click on your data file (KWord documents end in .kwd). This will automatically start KWord and begin editing the file.

  4. Using the KOffice Workspace.




 
 
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