Word Project 1 - Brooklyn College

Word Project 1 - Brooklyn College

Microsoft Office 2003 Introductory Concepts and Techniques Word Project 1 Creating and Editing a Word Document Objectives

Start and quit Word Describe the Word window Enter text in a document Check spelling as you type Word Project 1: Creating and Editing a Word Document 2

Objectives Save a document Format text and paragraphs Undo and redo commands or actions Insert clip art in a document

Word Project 1: Creating and Editing a Word Document 3 Objectives Print a document Open a document

Correct errors in a document Use Words Help to answer questions Word Project 1: Creating and Editing a Word Document 4 Starting Word Click the Start button on the Windows taskbar, point to All Programs on the Start menu, point to Microsoft Office on the All Programs submenu, and then point to

Microsoft Office Word 2003 on the Microsoft Office submenu Click Microsoft Office Word 2003 If the Word window is not maximized, double-click its title bar to maximize it Word Project 1: Creating and Editing a Word Document 5 The Word Window Word Project 1: Creating and Editing a Word Document

6 Customizing the Word Window To close the Language bar, right-click it to display a shortcut menu with a list of commands Click Close on the Language bar on the shortcut menu If the Getting Started task pane is displayed, click the Close button in the upper-right corner of the task pane If the toolbar buttons are displayed on one row,

click the Toolbar Options button Click Show Buttons on Two Rows in the Toolbar Options list Word Project 1: Creating and Editing a Word Document 7 Customizing the Word Window Word Project 1: Creating and Editing a Word Document 8

Speech Recognition and Handwriting Recognition With the Office Speech Recognition software installed and a microphone, you can speak the names of toolbar buttons, menus, menu commands, list items, alerts, and dialog box controls. You can also dictate text, such as words and sentences Language bar Word Project 1: Creating and Editing a Word Document

9 Increasing the Font Size Before Typing Click the Font Size box arrow on the Formatting toolbar Click 22 in the Font Size list Word Project 1: Creating and Editing a Word Document

10 Typing Text Type Thrilling Speeds and then press the PERIOD (.) key three times. If you make an error while typing, press the BACKSPACE key until you have deleted the text in error and then retype the text correctly Press the ENTER key Press the PERIOD (.) key three times. Type Roaring Crowds and then press the ENTER

key Word Project 1: Creating and Editing a Word Document 11 Typing Text Word Project 1: Creating and Editing a Word Document 12 Entering Blank Lines

into a Document Press the ENTER key three times Word Project 1: Creating and Editing a Word Document 13 Displaying Formatting Marks If it is not selected already, click the Show/ Hide button on the Standard toolbar Word Project 1: Creating and Editing a Word Document

14 Typing More Text Press the CAPS LOCK key on the keyboard to turn on capital letters. Verify the CAPS LOCK indicator is lit on the keyboard Type GRAND PRIX RACE PACKAGES and then press the CAPS LOCK key to turn off capital letters Press the ENTER key twice

Word Project 1: Creating and Editing a Word Document 15 Using Wordwrap Type Four-day, three-night packages include airfare, deluxe and then press the SPACEBAR

Word Project 1: Creating and Editing a Word Document 16 Entering Text that Scrolls the Document Window Type accommodations and amenities, compact car rental, a Formula One Grand Prix program, and great reserved

seats for all race events. Press the ENTER key twice Word Project 1: Creating and Editing a Word Document 17 Word Project 1: Creating and Editing a Word Document 18

Checking Spelling as You Type Type Race events feture and then press the SPACEBAR. Position the mouse pointer in the flagged word (feture, in this case) Right-click the flagged word, feture. Click feature on the shortcut menu Word Project 1: Creating and Editing a Word Document

19 Entering More Text Press the END key to move the insertion point to the end of the line Type all practice and qualifying sessions, the drivers parade, and the gripping Formula One Grand Prix. Press the ENTER key twice. Type Call Beacon Travel at 5552299. Word Project 1: Creating and Editing a Word Document

20 Entering More Text Word Project 1: Creating and Editing a Word Document 21 Saving a New Document With a USB flash drive connected to one of the computers ports, click the Save button on the

Standard toolbar Type Grand Prix Announcement in the File name text box. Do not press the ENTER key after typing the file name Click the Save in box arrow Click USB flash drive in the Save in list Click the Save button in the Save As dialog box Word Project 1: Creating and Editing a Word Document 22 Saving a New Document

Word Project 1: Creating and Editing a Word Document 23 Selecting Multiple Paragraphs Press CTRL+HOME; that is, press and hold down the CTRL key, press the HOME key, and then release both keys Move the mouse pointer

to the left of the first paragraph to be selected until the mouse pointer changes to a rightpointing block arrow Drag downward until both paragraphs are selected Word Project 1: Creating and Editing a Word Document 24 Changing the Font Size of Text With the text selected, click the Font Size

box arrow on the Formatting toolbar Click the down scroll arrow on the Font Size scroll bar until 36 appears in the list Click 36 in the Font Size list Word Project 1: Creating and Editing a Word Document 25 Changing the Font Size of Text Word Project 1: Creating and Editing a Word Document

26 Changing the Font of Text With the text selected, click the Font box arrow on the Formatting toolbar and then scroll through the Font list until Cooper Black (or a similar font) is

displayed Click Cooper Black (or a similar font) Word Project 1: Creating and Editing a Word Document 27 Right-Aligning a Paragraph Click somewhere in the paragraph to be right-aligned Click the Align Right

button on the Formatting toolbar Word Project 1: Creating and Editing a Word Document 28 Centering a Paragraph Click somewhere in the paragraph to be centered Click the Center

button on the Formatting toolbar Word Project 1: Creating and Editing a Word Document 29 Undoing and Redoing an Actions Click the Undo button on the Standard toolbar Click the Redo button on the Standard toolbar

Word Project 1: Creating and Editing a Word Document 30 Selecting a Line Move the mouse pointer to the left of the line to be selected (in this case, GRAND PRIX RACE PACKAGES) until it

changes to a rightpointing block arrow and then click Word Project 1: Creating and Editing a Word Document 31 Formatting a Line of Text With the text selected, click the Font box arrow on the Formatting toolbar and then scroll to Arial Black (or a similar font) in

the list. Click Arial Black (or a similar font) With the text selected, click the Font Size box arrow on the Formatting toolbar and then click 24 in the list Word Project 1: Creating and Editing a Word Document 32 Italicizing Text

With the text still selected, click the Italic button on the Formatting toolbar Word Project 1: Creating and Editing a Word Document 33 Underlining a Word Click somewhere in the word to be underlined (deluxe, in this case) Click the Underline button on the Formatting toolbar

Word Project 1: Creating and Editing a Word Document 34 Scrolling Click below the scroll box on the vertical scroll bar nine times Word Project 1: Creating and Editing a Word Document 35

Selecting a Group of Words Position the mouse pointer immediately to the left of the first character of the text to be selected (in this case, the g in great) Drag the mouse pointer through the last character of the text to be selected (in this case, the s in

seats) Word Project 1: Creating and Editing a Word Document 36 Bolding Selected Text With the text selected, click the Bold button on the Formatting toolbar. Click inside the selected text to

remove the selection (highlight) Word Project 1: Creating and Editing a Word Document 37 Centering a Paragraph Click somewhere in the paragraph to be centered (in this case, the last line of the

announcement) Click the Center button on the Formatting toolbar Word Project 1: Creating and Editing a Word Document 38 Inserting Clip Art in a Word Document To position the insertion point where you

want the clip art to be located, press CTRL + HOME and then 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 submenu Word Project 1: Creating and Editing a Word Document 39 Inserting Clip Art in a Word Document

If the Search for text box contains text, drag through the text to select it Type race car and then point to the Search button Click the Go button Word Project 1: Creating and Editing a Word Document 40 Inserting Clip Art in a Word Document

Type race car and then point to the Search button Click the Go button Click the image to be inserted in the document (in this case, the Formula One race car) Click the Close button on the Clip Art task pane title bar Word Project 1: Creating and Editing a Word Document 41

Inserting Clip Art in a Word Document Word Project 1: Creating and Editing a Word Document 42 Centering a Paragraph Containing a Graphic With the insertion point on the paragraph mark containing the clip art, click the Center button on the Formatting toolbar

Word Project 1: Creating and Editing a Word Document 43 Selecting a Graphic Click anywhere in the graphic If your screen does not display the Picture toolbar, click View on the menu bar, point to

Toolbars, and then click Picture Word Project 1: Creating and Editing a Word Document 44 Resizing a Graphic With the graphic still selected, point to the upper-right corner sizing handle

Drag the sizing handle diagonally outward until the dotted selection rectangle is positioned approximately as shown in the figure Word Project 1: Creating and Editing a Word Document 45 Resizing a Graphic

Release the mouse button. Press CTRL+HOME Word Project 1: Creating and Editing a Word Document 46 Saving an Existing Document with the Same File Name Click the Save button on the Standard toolbar

Word Project 1: Creating and Editing a Word Document 47 Printing a Document Ready the printer according to the printer instructions Click the Print button on the Standard toolbar When the printer

stops printing the document, retrieve the printout Word Project 1: Creating and Editing a Word Document 48 Quitting Word Position the mouse pointer on the Close button on the right side of the title bar

Click the Close button Word Project 1: Creating and Editing a Word Document 49 Starting Word and Opening a Document With your USB flash drive connected to one of the computers USB ports, click the Start button on the Windows taskbar, point to All Programs on the Start menu, point to Microsoft Office on

the All Programs submenu, and then click Microsoft Office Word 2003 on the Microsoft Office submenu Click Grand Prix Announcement in the Getting Started task pane Word Project 1: Creating and Editing a Word Document 50 Inserting Text in an Existing Document Scroll through the

document and then click to the left of the location of text to be inserted (in this case, the d in drivers) Type fun and then press the SPACEBAR Word Project 1: Creating and Editing a Word Document 51

Selecting a Word Position the mouse pointer somewhere in the word to be selected (in this case, fun) Double-click the word to be selected Word Project 1: Creating and Editing a Word Document 52

Deleting Text With the text selected, press the DELETE key Word Project 1: Creating and Editing a Word Document 53 Using the Ask a Question for Help Box Click the Type a Question for help box on the

right side of the menu bar and then type shortcut keys Press the ENTER key When Word displays the Search Results task pane, if necessary, scroll to display the topic, About shortcut keys Click About shortcut keys If the Microsoft Office Help window has an Auto Tile button, click it so the Word window and Help window display side-by-side Word Project 1: Creating and Editing a Word Document

54 Using the Ask a Question for Help Box Click the Show All link on the right side of the Microsoft Office Word Help window to expand the links in the window Double-click the Microsoft Office Word Help window title bar to maximize the window Click the Close button on the Microsoft Office Word Help window title bar Click the Close button on the Search Results

task pane Word Project 1: Creating and Editing a Word Document 55 Using the Ask a Question for Help Box Word Project 1: Creating and Editing a Word Document 56

Quitting Word Click the Close button on the right side of the Word title bar If Word displays a dialog box, click the No button to ignore the changes since the last time you saved the document Word Project 1: Creating and Editing a Word Document 57 Summary

Start and quit Word Describe the Word window Enter text in a document Check spelling as you type Word Project 1: Creating and Editing a Word Document

58 Summary Save a document Format text and paragraphs Undo and redo commands or actions Insert clip art in a document

Word Project 1: Creating and Editing a Word Document 59 Summary Print a document

Open a document Correct errors in a document Use Words Help to answer questions Word Project 1: Creating and Editing a Word Document 60 Microsoft Office 2003 Introductory Concepts

and Techniques Word Project 1 Complete

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