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How to Use Task Window in Writer 2013

In Kingsoft Writer 2013, the task window is placed on the right side of the program window. To display the task window, you can open the View tab and select the Task Window check box. By default, the task window will be displayed on the right side of the screen. You can easily create, open, or edit a document via the task window.

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Figure 1 The Task window

Use the Task Window

To use the task window, follow the steps below:

Step 1 Click the Backup Management icon on the top of the task window and select different tasks in the drop-down list. Kingsoft Writer 2013 provides the New Document, Styles and Formatting, AutoShape, Selection Pane, Backup management, and Restricting Editing functions. By clicking any one of them, the contents of the task window will change correspondingly.

Step 2 Select one of the options in the task window to execute the corresponding action.

Step 3 Click the Close button at the top right corner of the task window to close it.

Step 4 In the View tab, you can display and hide the task window either by selecting the Task Window check box or pressing the <Ctrl+F1> shortcut key.

Automatically Start the Task Window

You can set to automatically start the task window in the Options dialogue box. The steps are as follows:

Step 1 Open the Application menu task window in writer 2013 at the top left corner and click the Options icon at the bottom right to open the Options dialogue box. Choose the View tab:

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Figure 2 The View tab

Step 2 In the Show section, select or deselect the Startup task window check box to complete the operation.