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Word 2010

Level 1

Unit 2 Enhancing and Customizing Documents

Chapter 6 Maintaining Documents

maintaining documents
Maintaining Documents

Quick Links to Presentation Contents

  • Maintain Documents
  • Share Documents
  • CHECKPOINT 1
  • Work with Windows
  • Insert a File
  • Print and Preview a Document
  • Create and Print Envelopes
  • Create and Print Labels
  • Create a Document Using a Template
  • CHECKPOINT 2
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Maintain Documents
  • Many file (document) management tasks can be completed at the Open dialog box (and some at the Save As dialog box).
  • Keyboards contain a Print Screen key that you can use to capture the contents of the screen into a file. That file can then be inserted in a Word document. The Print Screen feature is useful for file management in that you can print folder contents to help you keep track of documents and folders.
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Maintain Documents…continued

To create a folder:

  • Display the Open dialog box.
  • Click the New folder button.
  • Type the folder name.
  • Press Enter.

New folder button

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Maintain Documents…continued

To rename a folder using the shortcut menu:

  • Display the Open dialog box.
  • Right-click the folder.
  • Click Renameat the shortcut menu drop-down list.
  • Type a new name for the folder.
  • Press Enter.

Type a new name for the folder.

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  • To select one document, display the Open dialog box, and then click the desired document.
  • To select several adjacent documents (documents that display next to each other), click the first document, hold down the Shift key, and then click the last document.
  • To select documents that are not adjacent, click the first document, hold down the Ctrl key, click any other desired documents, and then release the Ctrl key.
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Maintain Documents…continued

To delete a document using the Organize button:

  • Display the Open dialog box.
  • Click the document or folder name.
  • Click the Organize button.
  • Click the Delete option at the drop-down list.
  • Click Yes.

Delete option

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Maintain Documents…continued
  • Documents deleted from the hard drive are automatically sent to the Recycle Bin.
  • If you accidentally send a document to the Recycle Bin, it can be easily restored.
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Maintain Documents…continued
  • You can copy a document to another folder without opening the document first.
  • Remove a document from one folder and insert it in another folder using the Cut and Paste options from the Organize button drop-down list or the shortcut menu at the Open dialog box.
  • To open more than one document, select the documents in the Open dialog box and then click the Open button.
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Maintain Documents…continued

To rename a document using the Organize button:

  • Display the Open dialog box.
  • Click the document name.
  • Click the Organize button.
  • Click the Rename option at the drop-down list.
  • Type a new name.
  • Press Enter.

Rename option

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Maintain Documents…continued

To delete a folder using the Organize button:

  • Display the Open dialog box.
  • Click the folder name.
  • Click the Organize button.
  • Click the Delete option at the drop-down list.
  • Click Yes.

Deleteoption

share documents
Share Documents

With the Send Using E-mail option selected,

this section displays options for sending the

document as an email attachment, as a PDF

or XPS attachment, or as an Internet fax.

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Share Documents…continued
  • To send the document as an attachment, you need to set up an Outlook email account.
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  • With the remaining two buttons in the Send Using E-mail category of the Save & Send tab Backstage view, you can send the document in PDF or XPS format.
  • The letters PDF stand for portable document format, which is a document format developed by Adobe Systems® that captures all of the elements of a document as an electronic image.
  • An XPS document is a Microsoft document format for publishing content in an easily viewable format. The letters XPS stand for XML paper specification and the letters XML stand for Extensible Markup Language, which is a set of rules for encoding documents electronically.
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Share Documents…continued
  • If you want to share documents with others, consider saving documents to SkyDrive, which is a file storage and sharing service that allows you to upload files that can be accessed from a web browser.
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Share Documents…continued
  • Microsoft SharePoint is a collection of products and software that includes a number of components. If your company or organization uses SharePoint, you can save a document in a library on your organization’s SharePoint site so you and your colleagues have a central location for accessing documents.
  • You can save a Word document as a blog post with the Publish as Blog Post option in the Save & Send tab Backstage view. To save a blog post, you must have a blog site established.
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Share Documents…continued

To save a document in a different format:

  • Click the File tab.
  • Click the Save & Send tab.

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Save & Send tab

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Share Documents…continued
  • Click the Change File Type option in the File Types category.
  • Click the desired format in the change File Type category.
  • Click the Save As button.

Change File Type option

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Share Documents…continued

To save a document in a different format at the Save As dialog box:

  • Open the document.
  • Click the File tab.
  • Click the Save As button.
  • Type a document name.
  • Click the Save as type option box.
  • Click the desired format at the drop-down list.
  • Click the Save button.

Save as type option box

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Share Documents…continued

To save a document in PDF/XPS format:

  • Open the document.
  • Click the File tab.
  • Click the Save & Send tab.
  • Click the Create PDF/XPS Document option.
  • Click the Create PDF/XPS button.
  • At the Publish as PDF or XPS dialog box, specify if you want to save in PDF or XPS format.
  • Click the Publish button.

Create PDF/XPS button

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CHECKPOINT 1
  • You can rename a file using the shortcut menu or this button in the Open or Save As dialog box.
    • Navigation
    • New folder
    • Contents
    • Organize
  • If you want to share documents, consider saving the documents to this file sharing service.
    • Blog Post
    • E-mail
    • File Sharer
    • SkyDrive

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  • Use this key to select files that are not adjacent.
    • F1
    • Alt
    • Shift
    • Ctrl
  • Use this option to save the document with all formatting stripped.
    • Plain Text
    • Rich Text Format
    • PDF
    • XPS

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Work with Windows
  • In Word, you can open multiple documents and move the insertion point between the documents. You can also move and copy information between documents or compare the contents of documents.
  • When a document is open, a Word button displays on the Taskbar. Hover the mouse over this button and a thumbnail of the document displays above the button.
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Work with Windows…continued
  • Use the Maximize and Minimize buttons in the active document window to change the size of the window.

Minimize button

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  • If you click the Minimize button in the active document, the document is reduced and a button displays on the Taskbar representing the document.
  • To maximize a document that has been minimized, click the button on the Taskbar representing the document.

button representing the document

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To split a window:

  • Open the document.
  • Click the View tab.
  • Click the Split button in the Window group.
  • Click in the document at the desired split point.

Split button

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  • You can also split the window with the split bar. The split bar is the small black horizontal bar above the View Ruler button and up scroll arrow on the vertical scroll bar.
  • To split the window with the split bar, position the arrow pointer on the split bar until it turns into a short double line with an up- and down-pointing arrow.
  • Hold down the left mouse button, drag the double-headed arrow into the document screen to the location where you want the window split, and then release the mouse button.
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Work with Windows…continued

To view documents side by side:

  • Open two documents.
  • Click the View tab.
  • Click the View Side by Side button in the Window group.

View Side by Side button

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Insert a File

To insert a file:

  • Click the Insert tab.
  • Click the Object button arrow in the Text group.
  • Click the Text from Fileoption.
  • Navigate to the desired folder.
  • Double-click the document.

Text from File option

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Print and Preview a Document

To preview a document:

  • Click the File tab.
  • Click the Print tab.

Print preview area

Zoom slider bar

Zoom to Page button

Previous Page

Next Page

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Print and Preview a Document…continued
  • If you want control over what prints in a document, use options at the Print tab Backstage view.
  • To select and then print a portion of the document, choose the Print Selection option.

Print Selection option

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Print and Preview a Document…continued
  • To print more than one copy of a document, use the Copies text box located to the right of the Print button.

Copies text box

create and print envelopes
Create and Print Envelopes

To create an envelope:

  • Click the Mailings tab.
  • Click the Envelopes button in the Create group.
  • Type the delivery address.
  • Click in the Return address text box.
  • Type the return address.
  • Click the Add to Document button or the Print button.

Return address text box

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Create and Print Envelopes…continued
  • If you open the Envelopes and Labels dialog box in a document containing a name and address (the name and address lines must end with a press of the Enter key and not Shift + Enter), the name and address are automatically inserted in the Delivery address section of the dialog box.
create and print labels
Create and Print Labels

To create labels:

  • Click the Mailings tab.
  • Click the Labels button in the Create group.
  • Type the desired address(es) in the Address text box.
  • Click the New Document button or the Print button.

Address text box

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Create and Print Labels…continued

Click this down-pointing

arrow to display a list of

available label products.

Choose the desired

label product number

from this list box.

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Create a Document Using a Template

To create a document using a template:

  • Click the File tab.
  • Click the New tab.
  • Click the Sample templates button.
  • Double-click the desired template.

Sample templates button

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CHECKPOINT 2
  • Hover the mouse over this button in the Taskbar and this displays above the button.
    • window
    • screen
    • dialog box
    • thumbnail
  • Press these keys to move the insertion point back to the preceding label.
    • Delete + Tab
    • Alt + Tab
    • Ctrl + Tab
    • Alt + Ctrl + Tab

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  • The Split Button is located in this tab.
    • View
    • Home
    • Insert
    • Page Layout
  • Each Word document is based on a template document with this template as the default.
    • Normal
    • Default
    • Office
    • Standard

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Summary of Presentation Concepts

  • Create and rename a folder
  • Select, delete, copy, move, rename, and print documents
  • Save documents in different file formats
  • Open, close, arrange, split, maximize, minimize, and restore documents
  • Insert a file into an open document
  • Print specific pages and sections in a document
  • Print multiple copies of a document
  • Print envelopes and labels
  • Create a document using a Word template
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