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Copy of Microsoft Word
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There are a variety of toolbars in Microsoft Word. It is your job as a student to learn them, but you may be asking why.
Microsoft Word is a software that allows users to create documents, resumes, reports, etc. It is referred to as a word processing application, as it allows users to write text document that are correct grammatically and in spelling of various languages. Technology is the future, and it seems that Microsoft Word (and various other programs), will replace the current-day hand writing. If technology is the way of the future, shouldn't we embrace it?
The menu toolbar is found directly under the titlebar. It allows you to preform various actions. The actions are put under categories, such as: File; Edit; View; Insert; Format; Tools; Table; Window and Help. Under these are actions that you can use to complete a Word assignment.
Edit actions allow you to copy, paste, replace and clear text from your Word doc. You can also go to certain words to take them out or reread their sentence to see if it fits. Going to words can also be useful for spellchecking or using dictionary or the thesaurus to change the word.
The file category permits users to perform various actions. In order to perfom its various actions, the user must click one of the categories in the menu toolbar. The actions that are used frequently will appear the top. The other actions will be hidden; in order to access them, users must click the chevron below the file actions. The various file actions include: new, open, close, save, save as, save as web page, file search, permission, versions,print, exit, etc.
Tools let you use programs to better your Word doc. There is a thesaurus, a dictionary, and even some spell checking programs.
The Insert tab allows you to place pictures and objects into your Word doc., making it much more fun than looking at plain words. It's good for when you have a project that needs pictures.
The view category allows users to view normal, web, print, and reading layout of their Word document. Other actions of this category include: viewing the outline, task pane, other word toolbars, rulers, document map, thumbnails, etc. This category in the menu bar permits user to bascially adjust the way in wnich they want to view their document and how others might view it.
The Help function is there to help you with any troubles you may encounter. Just click an option to get the required aid.
TheTable option allows users to make tables, grids to organize information. Their sizes are changeable as well.
The format category under the menu toolbar, allows users to change the basic formatting of their Word document, which includes altering the background, the font, paragraph structure and so forth. Some of the basic actions of this category are: font, paragraph, bullets & numbering, borders & shading, columns, tabs, background, change case, etc.
The windows category allows users to manipulate two documents at the same time. They are permitted to compare two documents at the same time, and arrange the layout of both documents without having to switch between windows. Users are also allowed to open a new Microsoft document simply by clicking the action "New WIndow" under the windows category.
The 'New' action allows users to open a new Word document.
The 'Open' action allows user to open a previously saved Word document.
The 'Close' action permitts users to just close the document template but leaves the Microsft window open.
The "Save/Save As' actions allow users to save changes to a previously saved Word document or save a new Word document.
Saving a document as a web page will allow it to be viewed across the World Wide Web. This means anyone can and will be able to find it on the internet.
This allows you to search up a Word file that you have hidden in your computer.
The 'Permission' action is to limit the activity on a file when the file is sent to someone else via email.
A web page preview allows you to see your work as it would apper on the internet; on a webpage.
The 'Page Setup' action will allow you to manipulate the format of your page. You can alters its fonts, size, etc.
This action will allow you to see your document as it would be when printed.
This allows you to print out your Word document.
This action allows users to send their Word document to any recepient via Microsoft Outlook.
This is a shorter way of opening up your files. However, it only shows you your four most frequent Word documents.
This exits the 'File' tab
This action allows users to save their Word document as any version of Word, whether it is Word 2003 or Word 2010.
To access Word, go to your start menu.
Then, click Programs. After that click Microsoft Office, and then Word. The version of Word varies and not everyone has the same. However, for school purposes we'll use Microsoft word 2003.
You should get a screen that looks like this. This is a Microsoft Word Document.
E.g./ This is a category under the menu toolbar along with its various actions.
This was a description of the the way the menu toolbar works.
Accessing Microsoft Word
Select the printer you want to print from.
Click the chevron and select
The print interface allows user to also adjust the number of copies they want to print, and their printing preferences.
--Adjust the number of copies
Once you're ready to print click...
This video is an in-depth analysis on the 'Save/Save As' actions.
Presentation by: Zakaria Abshir and Joshua Fagu
Thank you for watching.
Try it for yourself. Open up a Microsoft Word Document like Patrick and I.
I think I should try this, but I guess the viewers should too. I'm going to try saving my Word Document I hope the viewers can too. What should I save it as? I guess 'My First Document' should do.
Don't take their word for it. Try it out yourself. Explore the Menu Toolbars yourself. Click the categories, and check out their various actions. Remember to click the chevron, if it appears, to further explore the actions. Come back here once you're done. Sorry for the boxers by the way.
Let's see what you have learned. Type a brief summary of what you have learned in this Prezi, in your Word Document. Once finished, try printing. If you failed in printing your document, come back and re-read the instructions. If you succeeded, come back and continue on with the lesson.
Editor & Ambassidor: Spongebob Squarepants
For additional help and lessons regarding the basics of Microsoft Word, visit this site: http://zweblms/users/index.aspx
Log in with your student number and password and you should get a screen that looks like this:
Click the second category
Then click, 'Online Courses - MS Office'. Afterwards, go to the fourth page
Then, click the second category and register. Once you've registered, launch the course and continue from there.
Once you have completed the course, please leave your course and test marks in the comment section below this Prezi. It should look like this: