Word Project 1 Creating and Editing a Word DocumentSlide 2
Objectives Start and quit Word Describe the Word window Enter content in an archive Check spelling as you writeSlide 3
Objectives Save a report Format content and sections Undo and re-try charges or activities Insert cut workmanship in a recordSlide 4
Objectives Print a record Open an archive Correct lapses in a report Use Wordâs Help to answer questionsSlide 5
Starting Word Click the Start catch on the Windows taskbar, point to All Programs on the Start menu, point to Microsoft Office on the All Programs submenu, and after that indicate Microsoft Office Word 2003 on the Microsoft Office submenu Click Microsoft Office Word 2003 If the Word window is not amplified, double tap its title bar to augment itSlide 6
The Word WindowSlide 7
Customizing the Word Window To close the Language bar, right-click it to show an easy route menu with a rundown of summons Click Close on the Language bar on the alternate way menu If the Getting Started undertaking sheet is shown, click the Close catch in the upper-right corner of the errand sheet If the toolbar catches are shown on one line, tap the Toolbar Options catch Click Show Buttons on Two Rows in the Toolbar Options listSlide 8
Customizing the Word WindowSlide 9
Speech Recognition and Handwriting Recognition With the Office Speech Recognition programming introduced and a mouthpiece, you can talk the names of toolbar catches, menus, menu orders, list things, alarms, and dialog box controls. You can likewise manage content, for example, words and sentences Language barSlide 10
Increasing the Font Size Before Typing Click the Font Size box bolt on the Formatting toolbar Click 22 in the Font Size rundownSlide 11
Typing Text Type Thrilling Speeds and after that press the PERIOD (.) key three times. On the off chance that you make a mistake while writing, press the BACKSPACE key until you have erased the content in lapse and afterward retype the content effectively Press the ENTER key Press the PERIOD (.) key three times. Sort Roaring Crowds and afterward press the ENTER keySlide 12
Typing TextSlide 13
Entering Blank Lines into a Document Press the ENTER key three timesSlide 14
Displaying Formatting Marks If it is not chose as of now, tap the Show/Hide Â¶ catch on the Standard toolbarSlide 15
Typing More Text Press the CAPS LOCK key on the console to turn on capital letters. Check the CAPS LOCK pointer is lit on the console Type GRAND PRIX RACE PACKAGES and afterward press the CAPS LOCK key to kill capital letters Press the ENTER scratch twiceSlide 16
Using Wordwrap Type Four-day, three-night bundles incorporate airfare, luxurious and after that press the SPACEBARSlide 17
Entering Text that Scrolls the Document Window Type facilities and conveniences, minimized auto rental, a Formula One Grand Prix system, and awesome saved seats for all race occasions. Press the ENTER key twiceSlide 19
Checking Spelling as You Type Race occasions feture and afterward press the SPACEBAR. Position the mouse pointer in the hailed word (feture, for this situation) Right-tap the hailed word, feture. Snap highlight on the easy route menuSlide 20
Entering More Text Press the END key to move the insertion point to the line\'s end Type all practice and qualifying sessions, the driversâ parade, and the grasping Formula One Grand Prix. Press the ENTER key twice. Sort Call Beacon Travel at 555-2299.Slide 21
Entering More TextSlide 22
Saving a New Document With an organized floppy circle in drive A, tick the Save catch on the Standard toolbar Type Grand Prix Announcement in the File name content box. Try not to press the ENTER key subsequent to writing the record name Click the Save in box bolt Click 3â½ Floppy (An:) in the Save in rundown Click the Save catch in the Save As dialog boxSlide 23
Saving a New DocumentSlide 24
Selecting Multiple Paragraphs Press CTRL+HOME; that is, press and hold down the CTRL key, press the HOME key, and afterward discharge both keys Move the mouse pointer to one side of the first passage to be chosen until the mouse pointer changes to one side guiding piece bolt Drag descending until both sections are chosenSlide 25
Changing the Font Size of Text With the content chose, click the Font Size box bolt on the Formatting toolbar Click the down parchment bolt on the Font Size parchment bar until 36 shows up in the rundown Click 36 in the Font Size rundownSlide 26
Changing the Font Size of TextSlide 27
Changing the Font of Text With the content chose, click the Font box bolt on the Formatting toolbar and after that look through the Font list until Cooper Black (or a comparative textual style) is shown Click Cooper Black (or a comparative text style)Slide 28
Right-Aligning a Paragraph Click some place in the section toward be correct adjusted Click the Align Right catch on the Formatting toolbarSlide 29
Centering a Paragraph Click some place in the passage to be focused Click the Center catch on the Formatting toolbarSlide 30
Undoing and Redoing an Actions Click the Undo catch on the Standard toolbar Click the Redo catch on the Standard toolbarSlide 31
Selecting a Line Move the mouse pointer to one side of the line to be chosen (for this situation, GRAND PRIX RACE PACKAGES) until it changes to one side directing square bolt and after that snapSlide 32
Formatting a Line of Text With the content chose, click the Font box bolt on the Formatting toolbar and after that look toward Arial Black (or a comparable textual style) in the rundown. Click Arial Black (or a comparative textual style) With the content chose, click the Font Size box bolt on the Formatting toolbar and afterward click 24 in the rundownSlide 33
Italicizing Text With the content still chose, click the Italic catch on the Formatting toolbarSlide 34
Underlining a Word Click some place in the word to be underlined (grand, for this situation) Click the Underline catch on the Formatting toolbarSlide 35
Scrolling Click beneath the parchment box on the vertical parchment bar nine timesSlide 36
Selecting a Group of Words Position the mouse pointer promptly to one side of the first character of the content to be chosen (for this situation, the g in extraordinary) Drag the mouse pointer through the last character of the content to be chosen (for this situation, the s in seats)Slide 37
Bolding Selected Text With the content chose, click the Bold catch on the Formatting toolbar. Click inside the chose content to uproot the determination (highlight)Slide 38
Centering a Paragraph Click some place in the section to be focused (for this situation, the last line of the declaration) Click the Center catch on the Formatting toolbarSlide 39
Inserting Clip Art in a Word Document To position the insertion point where you need the clasp craftsmanship to be found, press CTRL + HOME and afterward press the DOWN ARROW key three times Click Insert on the menu bar Point to Picture on the Insert menu Click Clip Art on the Picture submenuSlide 40
Inserting Clip Art in a Word Document If the Search for content box contains content, drag through the content to choose it Type race auto and afterward indicate the Search catch Click the Go catchSlide 41
Inserting Clip Art in a Word Document Type race auto and after that indicate the Search catch Click the Go catch Click the picture to be embedded in the report (for this situation, the Formula One race auto) Click the Close catch on the Clip Art errand sheet title barSlide 42
Inserting Clip Art in a Word DocumentSlide 43
Centering a Paragraph Containing a Graphic With the insertion point on the passage imprint containing the clasp workmanship, tap the Center catch on the Formatting toolbarSlide 44
Selecting a Graphic Click anyplace in the realistic If your screen does not show the Picture toolbar, snap View on the menu bar, point to Toolbars, and afterward snap PictureSlide 45
Resizing a Graphic With the realistic still chose, point to the upper-right corner measuring handle Drag the estimating handle slantingly outward until the spotted choice rectangle is situated pretty nearly as appeared in the figureSlide 46
Resizing a Graphic Release the mouse catch. Press CTRL+HOMESlide 47
Saving an Existing Document with the Same File Name Click the Save catch on the Standard toolbarSlide 48
Printing a Document Ready the printer as indicated by the printer guidelines Click the Print catch on the Standard toolbar When the printer quits printing the report, recover the printoutSlide 49
Quitting Word Position the mouse pointer on the Close catch on the right half of the title bar Click the Close catchSlide 50
Starting Word and Opening a Document With your floppy circle in drive A, tick the Start catch on the Windows taskbar, point to All Programs on the Start menu, point to Microsoft Office on the All Programs submenu, and after that snap Microsoft Office Word 2003 on the Microsoft Office submenu Click Grand Prix Announcement in the Getting Started undertaking sheetSlide 51
Inserting Text in an Existing Document Scroll through the archive and afterward snap to one side of the area of content to be embedded (for this situation, the d in driversâ) Type fun and after that press the SPACEBARSlide 52
Selecting a Word Position the mouse pointer some place in the word to be chosen (for this situation, fun) Double-tap the word to be chosenSlide 53
Deleting Text With the content chose, press the DELETE keySlide 54
Using the Ask a Question for Help Box Click the Type a Question for help box on the right half of the menu bar and after that sort alternate way keys Press the ENTER key When Word shows the Search Results assignment sheet, if important, look to show the subject, About easy route keys Click About alternate way keys If the Microsoft Office Help window has an Auto Tile catch, click it so the Word window and H
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