So I ask what version of MSWord you are running. With the release of Word2007, it is imperative to know the version. Commands and instructions that are good for Word2007 are meaningless for Word2003, as well as other issues. No big deal– I have both versions. I just need to know whether to give instruction set A or instruction set B.
You answer: “Vista.”
Windows Vista runs your computer. Microsoft Word is what you type your document into. One’s a plant and one’s an animal. You wouldn’t ride a tulip into town any more than you’d type a document with just Windows.
Your operating system maybe Windows. It will usualy say which version it is while booting, but you can also go to My Computer, right click and select Properties from the Menu. Hey, looky there, it tells you what version operating system you are running. And other neat details.
So… what version of Word are you running? What operating system do you have? If you’re going to get the right help, you need to ask for the right information. Luckily, the computer knows what it’s using, and is happy to tell you.