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Ten Commandments of Word Processing. I. Thou shall not use spaces. Put no more than two spaces together. Use the <TAB> key to line things up. Better yet, put information in tables. II. Thou shall not press <ENTER> at the end of each line. Let the software “wrap” the lines.

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I thou shall not use spaces l.jpg
I. Thou shall not use spaces

  • Put no more than two spaces together.

  • Use the <TAB> key to line things up.

  • Better yet, put information in tables


Ii thou shall not press enter at the end of each line l.jpg
II. Thou shall not press <ENTER> at the end of each line

  • Let the software “wrap” the lines.

  • Press <ENTER> only when you want to start a new paragraph.

Enter

Enter

Enter


Iii thou shall not use the enter key to start a new page l.jpg
III. Thou shall not use the <ENTER> key to start a new page

  • Insert a “Page Break” command using the software.

  • The “Page Break” command insures that changes to previous pages do not affect the new page.

1

2

ENTER


Iv thou shall not manually number the pages l.jpg
IV. Thou shall not manually number the pages

  • Word processing software has an automatic page numbering command.

  • Learn how to place the page numbering code into your document.

Insert

Page

Code

# P


V thou shall not try to print unless you have saved the document first l.jpg
V. Thou shall not try to print unless you have saved the document first

  • Save the document before sending it to the printer.

  • Follow this rule when you have long, complicated text with lots of graphics.


Vi thou shall not try to print unless the printer is turned on l.jpg
VI. Thou shall not try to print unless the printer is turned on

  • Ignoring this rule, and Commandment VI. can result in a system crash, and loss of your document.

  • If you are connected to several printers, be sure that you are sending the document to the correct printer.


Vii thou shall not quit your work without saving it l.jpg
VII. Thou shall not quit your work without saving it

  • Don’t trust the “Auto Save” feature to have recorded the latest changes.

  • It is O.K. to save multiple versions of your work, and erase them later.

Memo:

Please Save me!!!!!!!!!!


Viii thou shall not answer or press y too quickly l.jpg
VIII. Thou shall not answer or press <Y> too quickly

  • Real the screen before you press <ENTER>.

  • Know what will happen if you press <Y>


Ix thou shall not turn off or reset the computer until you exit the application l.jpg
IX. Thou shall not turn off (or reset) the computer until you exit the application

  • Always exit properly.

  • Use the <ALT><F4> combination, then <ENTER> to exit Windows, quickly.


X thou shall not forget to back up your work l.jpg
X. Thou shall not forget to Back up your work

  • Keep copies of all important, hard to format work

  • Make templates of forms and other re-useable documents

  • “Write Protect” your forms and re-usable documents

Thanks for backing me up!


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