Here we will brief about the anatomy of a MS Word 2007 window. When we click on MS Word 2007, an introductory welcome screen comes up, before the blank document opens.Once a document opens, this is what you would see: A blank document, titled "Document 1"
The title bar lists the document’s title, or merely Document 1 until you give the document a title by saving it to disk. The Office button replaces the traditional File menu of most Windows programs. Clicking the Office Button displays the Office Button menu, a list of commands that deal with files and documents. Tabs organize Word’s various commands into groups based on word processing activities. Tabs appear and disappear depending on what you’re doing in Word. Groups and command buttons help keep commands for the various tabs organized. Each group contains command buttons that do specific things to your text. The Ruler may or may not be visible. When the Ruler is visible, it helps you set margins and tabs. The View Ruler button shows and hides the Ruler. In the Status Bar: Document information lists optional data specific to your document. The View buttons specify how the blank page appears in the window The Zoom thing sets how large or small your document appears inside the window.