How to Open a Document in Script Editor and Word 2007

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How to Open a Document in Script Editor and Word 2007
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Microsoft Script Editor serves as an HTML code, DHTML objects and script editor for the different types of Microsoft Office documents. Opening a document in Microsoft Word 2007 allows you to retrieve a saved document and open its contents. You can change the HTML code of the document by opening it in Script Editor as well. Opening a document in either application takes only a few clicks of the mouse.

Skill level:
Easy

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Instructions

  1. 1

    Click the Windows "Start" menu. Select "Programs" and select the "Microsoft Office" folder. Click "Microsoft Word 2007" to open Microsoft Word.

  2. 2

    Click "File" and select "Open." A window will appear showing all Word documents in the "My Documents" folder. Select a Word document from the folder and click "Open" or click the down arrow next to "Look in" to search for a Word document in a different location. You will see your selected document open and appear.

  3. 3

    Click "Tools" on the Microsoft Word top toolbar. Select "Macro" and click "Microsoft Script Editor." Script Editor will open the document in a separate window.

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