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Retrieving a Saved Document

The Open... command can be invoked 4 ways:

  • By clicking the Open Existing Document tab when Opening a New Document

  • By selecting File -> Open... from the menubar

  • You can use the keyboard shortcut: Ctrl - O

  • or by clicking on the toolbar.

Any of these methods results in the same action by KWord.

Using the dialog box

When trying to open a file, a dialog appears.



For more information on using this dialog, see the section entitled Using the file dialog.

Use this dialog to locate the document you want to load. Once located, click once with the left mouse button on the filename. Once the filename is selected click OK . The file will be loaded.

There is a Cancel button, if you click this button, the load will be aborted.




 
 
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