Lab01 Introduction to Computers

Lab01 Introduction to Computers

Lab 07 Creating Documents with Efficiency and Consistency PYP002 Intro.to Computer Scien ce Microsoft Word 1 Creating Documents with Efficiency and Consistency Following features of MS Word help in creating documents with efficiency (less time and effort) and consistency (one type of documents always looks the same)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Styles Find and replace Spell check and grammar Track changes Templates Mail merge documents PYP002 Intro.to Comput er Science

Microsoft Word 2 Styles A style consists of predefined formatting that you can apply to selected paragraphs. The advantage is that they allow you to be consistent in formatting text throughout a document. To create a style, format a selected text using the desired font, font size, font style, and paragraph setting. Click

Format on the menu bar, then click Styles and Formatting to display the Styles and Formatting task pane. Click the New Style button to display the New Style dialog box. Click the Name text box, then type the name for your new style. Click the OK button to close it. PYP002 Intro.to Comput er Science Microsoft Word 3 How to use styles? PYP002 Intro.to Comput

er Science Microsoft Word 4 How to create a new style? PYP002 Intro.to Comput er Science Microsoft Word 5 How to modify a style?

PYP002 Intro.to Comput er Science Microsoft Word 6 How to delete a style? If the Styles and Formatting task pane is not open,

click Styles and Formatting on the Format menu. In the Pick formatting to apply list, right-click the style you want to delete, and then click Delete. If you delete a paragraph style that you created, Microsoft Word applies the Normal style to all paragraphs that were formatted with that style and removes the style definition from the task pane. PYP002 Intro.to Comput er Science Microsoft Word 7 How to lock styles and formatting?

PYP002 Intro.to Comput er Science Microsoft Word 8 How to find text or phrase?

Use Microsoft Word to find and replace text, formatting, paragraph marks, page breaks, and other items. You can extend your search by using wildcards and codes. On the Edit menu, click Find. In the Find what box, enter the text that you want to search for. Select any other options that you want. To select all instances of a specific word or phrase at once, select the Highlight all items found in check box, and then select which portion of the document you want to search in by clicking in the Highlight all items found in list. Click Find Next or Find All. To cancel a search in progress, press ESC. PYP002 Intro.to Comput

er Science Microsoft Word 9 How to find text or phrase (cont.)? PYP002 Intro.to Comput er Science Microsoft Word 10 How to replace text?

On the Edit menu, click Replace. In the Find what box, enter the text that you want to search for. In the Replace with box, enter the replacement text. Select any other options that you want. Click Find Next, Replace, or Replace All.

To cancel a search in progress, press ESC. PYP002 Intro.to Comput er Science Microsoft Word 11 How to replace text? PYP002 Intro.to Comput er Science Microsoft Word

12 How to check spelling, grammar, and readability? PYP002 Intro.to Comput er Science Microsoft Word 13 How to use the thesaurus? PYP002 Intro.to Comput er Science

Microsoft Word 14 The Track Changes As a document is revised, you might want to maintain a record of the original wording. The Track Changes feature maintains all deleted, changed, and inserted text for a

document and displays it in a contrasting font color. Also, the user can insert sticky notes in a document. PYP002 Intro.to Comput er Science Microsoft Word 15 How to turn on/off the track changes?

On the Tools menu, click Track Changes. When the Track Changes feature is enabled, TRK appears on the status bar at the bottom of your document. When you turn off change tracking, TRK is dimmed. PYP002 Intro.to Comput er Science Microsoft Word 16 How to track changes and insert comments? PYP002 Intro.to Comput

er Science Microsoft Word 17 Show or hide comments or tracked changes click Markup on the View menu. PYP002 Intro.to Comput er Science Microsoft Word

18 Footnote and Endnote A footnote is a comment that appears at the bottom of the page An endnote is a comment that appears at the end of section or chapter To insert a footnote or endnote, click the Insert menu, point to Reference and then click Footnote

Use the Format options in the Footnote/Endnote dialog box to customize the Footnote/Endnote Click the Insert button to enter text for footnote/endnote To delete a footnote/endnote, select the appropriate number/symbol and press Delete key PYP002 Intro.to Comput er Science Microsoft Word 19 How to add footnotes or endnotes? PYP002 Intro.to Comput

er Science Microsoft Word 20 Table of Contents If you have formatted the different sections of document by appropriate heading styles, the table of contents can be generated easily as shown below. PYP002 Intro.to Comput er Science

Microsoft Word 21 Formatting Table of Contents In the previous example, each section heading is of Style Heading 1 and the each sub section is of style Heading 2 Note: The heading styles for the different section of your document must be formatted as explained

above to generate the table of contents. Once the formatting is done, to insert table of contents choose Insert Reference Index and Tables PYP002 Intro.to Comput er Science Microsoft Word 22 Formatting Table of Contents PYP002 Intro.to Comput er Science

Microsoft Word 23 How to print a document? PYP002 Intro.to Comput er Science Microsoft Word 24 How to use a document template?

PYP002 Intro.to Comput er Science Microsoft Word 25 Mail merge Mail merge documents Tools |Letters and Mailings |Mail Merge A window as shown in the next slide will

appear Choose document type and follow steps PYP002 Intro.to Comput er Science Microsoft Word 26 PYP002 Intro.to Comput er Science Microsoft Word 27

Summary We learned , how to 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. PYP002 Intro.to Comput er Science Initiate a document

Build a document Edit and format a document Save a document Print a document Create documents with efficiency and consistency Microsoft Word 28

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