If you cannot afford the expensive Microsoft Office Suite package, you can go for Microsoft Works. This program can be called as a cut down version of Microsoft Office. It includes fewer features and programs compared to the Microsoft Office Suite. The major programs included in Microsoft Works are Word processor, database management system and a spreadsheet. According to Microsoft support center, this program can be used to carry out numerous functions. In this post, we will find out the steps involved in creating tickets with this program.
- Open the Start menu of the program by clicking the Windows logo found at the left bottom corner of the screen.
- Choose the option All Programs in the Start menu and this opens the list of all programs present in the PC. From the list, click Microsoft Works to launch the program.
- Once the program comes up, launch a blank document with the word processing document of the program. Keep in mind that Word-processing document is used to create ticket in the program.
- Select the option Tools form the menu bar of the program. This will bring a menu that contains numerous options. Select the option that will help you to create labels.
- The above step will launch a window, which helps you to choose the type of label you require.
- Select the label that will automatically duplicate in the page.
- Click the radio button found near the second option and this will return address labels.
- Select the button OK and this will launch another box on the screen. Here, you can choose what type of return label you wish to create. You may leave the label production section and printer information section, as you will not be using them.
- Navigate to the product number section and locate the label number 5163.
- Select the option New Document found in the screen. You will find an outline for a label. You may enter the details of the ticket here.
- Enter the name of your organization. You may use a different color, font and size to enter the important details.
- The program also allows you to enter date, time and location in the program.
With the above steps, you can create a ticket using Microsoft Works. For further help on this issue, you may contact Microsoft support or our technical support team.