The "File" button in Word2010 is more useful for Word2003 users to quickly migrate to Word2010 than Word2007 office buttons. The file button is a menu-like button located in the upper-left corner of the Word2010 window. Click the File button to open the Files panel, which contains commonly used commands such as information, recent, new, print, share, open, close, save, and so on, as shown in Figure 1.
Figure 1 The Files panel in the Information command panel opened by default, users can convert old versions, protect documents (including setting Word document passwords), check for problems, and manage automatically saved versions, as shown in Figure 2.
Figure 2 the Info command panel opens the recent command panel, and a list of recently used Word documents can be viewed on the right side of the panel, which allows users to quickly open the Word document they use. There is a fixed button on the right side of each history Word document name that you can click to fix the record in the current position without being replaced by the name of the subsequent history Word document, as shown in Figure 3.
Figure 3 The recent command panel opens the new command panel, where users can see a rich Word2010 document type, including "Blank Documents," "blog posts," "Calligraphy copybook," and Word2010 built-in document types. Users can also create useful Word documents such as "meeting schedules," "Certificates," "Awards," and "brochures" through the templates provided by Office.com, as shown in Figure 4.
Figure 4 The new command panel opens the Print command panel, in which you can set multiple printing parameters, such as double-sided printing, specifying a printed page, and so on, to effectively control the printed results of the Word2010 document, as shown in Figure 5.
Figure 5 The Print command Panel opens the Sharing command panel, where users can send a Word2010 document to a blog post, send an e-mail message, or create a PDF document in a panel, as shown in Figure 6.
Figure 6 The Sharing command Panel select the Options command in the Files panel to open the Word Options dialog box. You can turn on or off many features or set parameters in the Word2010 in the Word Options dialog box, as shown in Figure 7.
Figure 7 The Word Options dialog box