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  • Microsoft Word Class Three Typing letters and resumes, grammar and learning spell Checker 11/18/10
  • Typing a letter
    • We will type a letter to show you how you can incorporate all the features we have studied.
    • This will also show you some of the formatting you must do to create a letter.
  • Starting Word (Review)
    • 1. Double Click the Microsoft Word icon on the main screen
    • Or
    • 1. Click Start button
    • 2. Click Programs
    • 3. Click Microsoft Word
  • Typing a Letter: Lab 1
    • 1. Click the Align Right button
    • 2. Type: today’s date
    • 3. Press Enter on keyboard
    • 4. Click the Align Left button
    • 5. Type: Dear ABC Company:
    • 6. Press Enter on keyboard
    • 7. Press Enter on keyboard (want two blank lines)
  • Typing a resume
    • You can create professional resume with word using centering, bold font and bullets.
  • Typing a resume
    • 1. Click New document button (top left corner looks like a little piece of paper below File)
    • 2. Click the center align button.
    • 3. Click Font size drop down arrow and change size to 20.
    • 4. Click B to turn on Bold.
    • 5. Type: Buck Rogers
    • 6. Press Enter twice to move insertion point down two lines
    • 7. Click B again to turn off bold.
    • 8. Click Font size drop down arrow and change size to 12.
    • 9. Click Left align button
  • Typing a resume cont.
    • 9. Click U to turn on underline
    • 10. Type: Objective:
    • 11. Click U to turn underline off
    • 12. Press space bar twice.
    • 13. Type: Something…
    • 14. Press Enter key twice
    • 15. Click U to turn on underline
    • 16. Type: Experience:
    • 17. Click U to turn off underline
  • Typing a resume
    • 18. Press space bar once
    • 19. Type: Year
    • 20. Press tab key
    • 21. Type: Library
    • 22. Press tab key twice
    • 23. Type Carlstadt
    • 24. Press Enter (to go down one line)
    • 25. Press Tab key
    • 26. Click B to turn on bold
    • 27. Type Librarian
    • 28. Click B to turn off bold
  • Typing a resume
    • 29. Press Enter key
    • 30. Press Tab key
    • 31. Click bullets button to turn on bullets
    • 32. Type: Anything
    • 33. Press Enter
    • 34. Type: Anything
    • 35. Press Enter
    • 36. Type: Anything
    • 37. Press Enter
    • 38. Click bullets button to turn off bullets.
    • See how many steps it took to create the first part of a resume!
  • Review
    • 1. Delete key - To erase text on the right of the insertion point
    • 2. Backspace - To erase text on the left of the insertion point
    • 3. To highlight text you can use mouse by holding down left button while dragging over words
    • or
    • Hold down the shift key and use the right or left arrow keys to highlight text.
  • Start a new page
    • Click the little icon below File that looks like a little sheet of paper
    • This starts a new blank document
  • Dictionary and Grammar
    • Word has a built in dictionary and grammar checker.
    • The grammar and dictionary checker can be set to your specifications in the tools menu under options.
  • Spell Checking
    • 1. Click Review
    • 2. Click Spelling & Grammar Tab
    • 3. Click box to where it says Check Spelling as you type to take away the check mark.
    • 4. Click OK on the bottom of window.
  • Spell Checking cont.
    • 6. Type: Librarys are greeatta!
    • 7. Press Enter
    • Notice that nothing is underlined.
    • Put spell checker back on.
    • 8. Click Tools
    • 9. Click Options
    • 10. Click box in front of Check spelling as you type.
    • 11. Click OK
    • 12. Type the same sentence again: Librarys are greeatta!
    • Notice the misspelled words are underlined in red
    • For spelllchecker to work you have to put a space after the end of the word. Spellchecker knows that is the end of the word.
  • Spell Checker cont.
    • Click on word you want to change it to, in this case, the word correctly (see picture to the left, where the arrow is pointing)
    • Click Change button (circled in red, in picture to the left)
  • Spell Checker cont.
    • Click on word you want to change it to, in this case, the word necessary (see picture to the left, where the arrow is pointing)
    • Click Change button (circled in red, in picture to the left)
    • Keep going and correcting words as you go.
  • Spell Checker complete
    • Once you go through all the words, a pop-up window will appear stating “The spelling and grammar check is complete.”
  • Adding words to the dictionary
    • Type: Linus and Lucy are brother and sostar.
    • Click on the spell check button.
    • For Linus, click Add to dictionary.
    • For sostar, find sister on the list and click change.
  • Questions?
    • We learned a lot again today. Next week we have a refresher on saving documents.
    • And we learn more features of word, including how to print.