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MS-Word XP. Lesson 1. Introduction of MS-Word. Word processing software Advantages Less time takes to create a document/ file Ability to change or edit a document Easily revise or update it by inserting or deleting text Rearrangement of selected areas of text

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Ms word xp

MS-Word XP

Lesson 1


Introduction of ms word

Introduction of MS-Word

  • Word processing software

  • Advantages

    • Less time takes to create a document/ file

    • Ability to change or edit a document

    • Easily revise or update it by inserting or deleting text

    • Rearrangement of selected areas of text

    • Combining text in another file with your document

    • Easily control the appearance or format of the text


Opening ms word

Opening MS-Word

  • Method 1

    • Click on start button in task bar

    • Select all programs

    • Select Microsoft office

    • Click on Microsoft Office Word

  • Method 2

    • Click on start button

    • Click on run

    • Type winword

    • Click on ok

  • Method 3

    • Double click on MS-Word shortcut on desktop


Creating shortcut to ms word

Creating shortcut to MS-Word

  • Right click on desktop

  • Select new sub menu

  • Click on shortcut menu item

  • Click browse button’

  • Select c:\program files\microsoft office\office11\winword.exe and click ok

  • Click on next

  • Type shortcut as MS-Word

  • Click on finish button


Ms word xp interface

MS-Word XP interface

Title bar

Menu bar

Standard & Formatting tool bar

Ruler

Cursor

Page

View buttons

Status bar


Adding or removing a tool bar

Adding or Removing a Tool Bar

  • Open MS-Word

  • Click on view menu

  • Select tool bars sub menu

  • Select a tool bar to add or cancel a tool bar to remove in check box menu items

Adding or Removing a Ruler

  • Open MS-Word

  • Click on view menu

  • Select a ruler to add or cancel a ruler to remove in check box menu item


Opening a new document

Opening a New Document

  • Click on file menu

  • Click on new menu item

  • Click on blank document option in new document task pane

  • MS-Word file – Document

  • You can use new blank document button in standard tool bar to opening a new document


Saving a file

Saving a File

  • Open word and type the text of document or file

  • Click on file menu

  • Click on save menu item

  • Browse the location and create the new folder (optional) and type a file name and click on save button in save as dialog box.

    File extension of word is .doc


Saving a word file in another location

Saving a Word File in Another Location

  • Click on file menu

  • Click on save as menu item

  • Browse the location and create the new folder (optional) and type a file name and click on save button in save as dialog box.

    Save- Initial save location

    Save As- Save the file to new location or

    giving another file name


Opening a file

Opening a File

  • Open word

  • Click file menu

  • Click open menu item

  • Browse and select the file and click on open button in Open dialog box


Ms word xp

Status Bar Elements

  • Page - Indicates the page of text displayed on the screen

  • Sec - Indicates the section of text displayed on the screen

  • 1/1 - Indicates the number of pages from the beginning of the document to the displayed page and the total pages in the document.

  • At -Indicates the vertical position of the insertion point from the top margin of the page.

  • Ln - Indicates the virtual position of the insertion point from the top margin of the page.

  • Col -Indicates the virtual position of the insertion point from the top margin of the page.


Closing a file

Closing a File

  • Click on file menu

  • Click on close menu item

  • You can use close button in menu bar

Exiting from Word

  • Click on file menu

  • Click on exit menu item

  • You can use close button in title bar


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