How to find Word?
Microsoft Office software, part ofwhich is Word is not installed on a personal computer along with the Windows operating system, it will have to be downloaded additionally. However, if you are sure that it should be among your files, try using the following search methods.
Where to look
Click the "Start" button on the desktop, then in theFrom the main menu, select All Programs. In the next tab, find the Microsoft Office entry, and then Microsoft Word. After that, the text editor window opens and you can start working on the Word.
In order to be able to quicklyaccess to the program, you can fix the Word in the "Start" menu. To do this, find the word "Microsoft Word", right-click on it and select the command "Pin into me" Start "" in the drop-down menu. You can also create a shortcut: to do this, drag the program icon to the desktop. Now when clicking on the shortcut will open the application.
You can use the operating systemsystem. To do this, on the Start menu, click Search, click the Files and Folders tab, and in the All or part of the file name box, type the name of the program in English. After you click the "Find" button, the system will start searching. Also there is an opportunity to find the file winword.exe - this is the program folder of the Word: pull it to the desktop, so the text editor will be on your desk. However, it's better to limit yourself to creating a shortcut on the desktop.
In the event that you know the location on thecomputer where Office is stored, look there. For example, you know that the software is installed on drive C. Open the "My Computer" folder on the desktop, and then "Local Disk C". In the window that opens, on the toolbar, select the "Search" icon. The system will search for the file you specified exclusively on drive C.
If after all attempts you did not manage to find a Word, it's likely that it does not exist on your PC and will have to install it.