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Module 3.1 Creating simple documents . Contents. What is a word processor used for? Meet the working environment Character formatting Test and improve knowledge and skill Module Activities. What is a word processor used for?. To create text-based documents

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Contents
  • What is a word processor used for?
  • Meet the working environment
  • Character formatting
  • Test and improve knowledge and skill
  • Module Activities
what is a word processor used for
What is a word processor used for?
  • To create text-based documents
  • Has a variety of functions to lend a professional appearance to documents
meet the working environment
Meet the working environment

The word processing screen - Word 2007

A blank page on which you can type

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Meet the working environment

The word processing screen - Word 2010

A blank page on which you can type

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Meet the working environment

The word processing screen

Home tab

Quick Access Toolbar

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Meet the working environment

How to work with files – Word 2007

Office Button Word 2007

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Meet the working environment

How to work with files

File tab

Word 2010

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Meet the working environment

How to work with files – Word 2007

Opening a new blank document

Saving new document for the first time

  • Folder
  • Name
  • Save
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Meet the working environment

How to work with files – Word 2010

Opening a new blank document

Saving new document for the first time

  • Folder
  • Name
  • Save
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Meet the working environment

How to work with files – Word 2007

Saving existing document – same name, same location

Saving existing document – different name, different location

  • Folder
  • Name
  • Save
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Meet the working environment

How to work with files – Word 2007

Open an existing document

  • Folder
  • Name
  • Open
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Meet the working environment

How to work with files – Word 2010

Saving existing document – same name, same location

Saving existing document – different name, different location

  • Folder
  • Name
  • Save
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Meet the working environment

How to work with files – Word 2010

Open an existing document

  • Folder
  • Name
  • Open
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Meet the working environment

How to work with files

Display of a document

Printing a document

View tab

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Meet the working environment

Creating a document – Word 2007

File, New

The Enter key should only be used at the end of a paragraph. You should therefore continue typing when you come to the end of a line. The words will automatically move down to the next line as needed. This feature is called word wrap.

When you do press <Enter>to begin a new paragraph, Word will automatically leave a little extra vertical space between the new paragraph and the previous one.

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Meet the working environment

Creating a document Word 2010

File, New

The Enter key should only be used at the end of a paragraph. You should therefore continue typing when you come to the end of a line. The words will automatically move down to the next line as needed. This feature is called word wrap.

When you do press <Enter>to begin a new paragraph, Word will automatically leave a little extra vertical space between the new paragraph and the previous one.

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Activity

1

  • Remember:
  • Word wrap
  • Press <Enter> at end of paragraph
  • Only one space between words
  • No space in front of punctuation symbol
  • A space after a full stop or comma
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Meet the working environment

Creating a document

Undo

Redo

Insert symbols

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Activity

2

Activity 2.1 P

Activity 2.2 P

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Meet the working environment

Hidden formatting symbols

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Activity

3

Activity 3 P

Hint: You can make this task a lot easier by displaying the hidden formatting symbols when working with the document.

character formatting
Character formatting

Character type or font

S

S

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Character formatting

Character styles

Normal text

Bold

Italic

Underline

Bold Italic

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Character formatting

Character sizes

Changing character type (font), size and style using the Font group.

  • Select the text that you wish to change.
  • Choose the font type / font size / font style(s).

abcdef

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Character formatting

Character sizes

Font group.

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Activity

4

Number 1

Number 2

Activity 4.3

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Activity

5

Activity 5

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Test and improve your knowledge and skills

Rules and hints

  • Fonts
  • Spacing
  • Keyboard shortcuts
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Test and improve your knowledge and skills

Important terms and concepts

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Activity

Written

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Activity

Practical