Word 2010 - New Document setup

I am trying to figure out how to setup word 2010 to open a new document with custom settings version default when you click "new document"

I need to set the following and have it open like this all the time:

Spacing 0 / 0
Fully Justified
Font Ariel 12
Full Screen
Ruler in inches

and in the far right side of the ribbon I need the "letter head" button
GorapsI.T. ManagerAsked:
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On the Home ribbon, right-click on the 'Normal' style button, and choose 'Modify...' to open the 'Modify Style' dialogue.  Select the 'New documents based on this template' option button near the bottom of the dialogue and then click on Format.

The first two items on your list are for paragraph formatting, so choose that from the drop-down menu. I'm not sure exactly what is meant by Spacing 0/0, so you might have to experiment - starting with setting all the numerical values on the 'Indents and Spacing' tab to zero. 'Justified' is a choice for 'Alignment',

Choose 'Font...' to set Ariel 12.

Rulers visibility and measurement units are in 'Options'.

It's not clear what is meant by full-screen.

The letterhead button sounds likes some customisation by a developer. Templates can accessed for use individually via File/New. After one has been used it should appear in the 'Recently Used' part of the New Document dialogue.
Modify the 'Normal' Style and choose 'New documents based on this template' on the 'Modify Style' dialogue,

Can you explain your second request, please?
GorapsI.T. ManagerAuthor Commented:
Sorry.. I need steps.. I know nothing about WORD and person is panicking.  User said there was a button on the far right side of the ribbon that said "Letter Head" when she clicked on it.. it would bring her to word letter heads and also her custom ones.
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