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  • Differences Between Word 2003 to 2007 10/10/11 Word 03-07 Word 2003 Word 2007
  • What You Will Learn
    • New Vocabulary & Terms
    • New Visual Layout
    • Format text
    10/10/11 Word 03-07
  • Understanding The Connection Word 2007- Putting the pieces together Quick Access Commands Office button Word 2007 Mini Toolbar Groups Tabs Ribbon Highlighted Information
  • Vocabulary
    • Ribbon
    • Office Logo Button
    • Tabs
    • Groups
    • Commands
    • Quick Access Toolbar
    • Mini Toolbar
    10/10/11 Word 03-07
  • The New Word 2007 Screen Layout 10/10/11 PowerPoint 03-07
  • Screen Layout Continued 10/10/11 PowerPoint 03-07
  • Word 2007 10/10/11 Word 03-07
    • Most of the changes in Word are in what is called the Ribbon, the area that spans the top of Word.
  • Get More from the Word Ribbon 10/10/11 Word 03-07
    • There are three basic components to the Ribbon:
    • 1) Tabs . 2) Groups , and 3) Commands .
  • Temporarily hide the Ribbon 10/10/11 Word 03-07
    • Double-click the active tab. The groups disappear, so that you have more room.
    • Whenever you want to see all of the commands again, double-click the active tab to bring back the groups.
  • The Office Logo Button 10/10/11 Word 03-07
    • Microsoft Office Button    This button is located in the upper-left corner of the Word window and opens the menus shown here.
  • The Dialog box launchers 10/10/11 Word 03-07
    • The arrow is called a Dialog Box Launcher . When you click it, you'll see more options related to that group.
  • Additional tabs appear when needed 10/10/11 Word 03-07
    • In Word 2007, certain tabs appear only when you need them.
  • The Mini toolbar 10/10/11 Word 03-07
    • Allows you to have formatting commands available for whenever you select text.
  • Add a command to the Quick Access Toolbar 10/10/11 Word 03-07 1. On the Ribbon, click the appropriate tab or group to display the command that you want to add to the Quick Access Toolbar. 2. Right-click the command, and then click Add to Quick Access Toolbar on the shortcut menu.
  •   Second Way to Add To Your Quick Access Toolbar 10/10/11 Word 03-07 Right-click in the Quick Access Toolbar Area, and then select Customize Quick Access Toolbar.
  •   How to Remove Items From the Quick Access Toolbar 10/10/11 Word 03-07 Right-click in the Quick Access Toolbar Area, and then select Remove from Quick Access Toolbar.
  • Use the keyboard Shortcuts 10/10/11 Word 03-07
    • Shortcuts that start with the CTRL key (for example, CTRL+C for copy, or CTRL+ALT+1 for Heading 1), remain the same as in previous versions of Word.
    • But the Ribbon design comes with new shortcuts: Key Tips.
  • Keyboard Shortcuts continued 10/10/11 Word 03-07
    • Press ALT to make the Key Tip badges appear for all Ribbon tabs, the Quick Access Toolbar commands, and the Microsoft Office Button.
  • Overview
    • Word 2007 putting the pieces together
    10/10/11 PowerPoint 03-07 Ribbon Word Logo Button Tabs Groups Commands Mini Toolbar Highlighted Information Quick Access Toolbar 2007
  • Keyboard Shortcuts
    • Set line spacing
    • Ctrl + 1 = single-space lines
    • Ctrl + 2 = double-space lines
    • Ctrl + 5 = St. 1.5 line spacing
    • Ctrl + 0 = add or remove one space preceding a paragraph
    10/10/11 PowerPoint 03-07
  • Align Paragraph
    • Ctrl + E = Center a paragraph
    • Ctrl + J = Justify a paragraph
    • Ctrl + L = Left align a paragraph
    • Ctrl + R = Right align a paragraph
    • Ctrl + M = Indent a paragraph from the left
    • Ctrl + Shift +M = remove a paragraph indent from the left
    • Ctrl + T = create a hanging indent
    • Ctrl + Shift + T = Reduce hanging indent
    • Ctrl + Q = remove a Paragraph formatting
    PowerPoint 03-07
  • Change or resize the font
    • Ctrl + Shift + F = Change the font
    • Ctrl + Shift + P = Change the font Size
    • Ctrl + Shift + > = Increase the font size
    • Ctrl + Shift + < = Decrease the font Size
    • Ctrl + ] = Increase the font size by 1pt
    • Ctrl + [ = Decrease the font size by 1pt
    10/10/11 PowerPoint 03-07
  • Apply character formats
    • Ctrl + B = Apply bold formatting
    • Ctrl + U = Apply Underline
    • Ctrl + Shift + W = Underline words but not space
    • Ctrl + I = Apply Italic formatting
    • Ctrl + Equal sign = Apply subscript formatting
    • Ctrl + Shift + = = Apply superscripformatting
    10/10/11 PowerPoint 03-07
  • Parts of the MS Word 2003
  • Formatting Paragraphs
  • Changing Font Style COMMAND FUNCTION BUTTON SHORTCUT KEY Bold Text will appear darker and thicker Like this Ctrl + B Italic Text will be emphasized by taking on a slanted appearance Like this Ctrl + I Underline Text and spaces will be underlined with a single text –colored line . Like this Ctrl + U