Microsoft®       Word 2010                 Core SkillsMicrosoft OfficeWord 2010Lesson 5: Formatting DocumentsCourseware #:...
Microsoft®                            Word 2010    Core Skills  Lesson 5 Objectives      •insert page breaks      •insert ...
Microsoft®        Word 2010                        Core SkillsPage Breaks• The place where one page ends and another begin...
Microsoft®         Word 2010                        Core SkillsPage Breaks• When inserting manual page breaks avoid creati...
Microsoft®                            Word 2010                 Core SkillsViewing Page Breaks• When Word calculates that ...
Microsoft®                            Word 2010             Core SkillsInserting Page Breaks• To enter a manual or hard pa...
Microsoft®                            Word 2010        Core SkillsDeleting Page Breaks•To remove code if cursor is:    – A...
Microsoft®                            Word 2010    Core SkillsLearn the Skill (pp. 95-96)•In this exercise, you will pract...
Microsoft®         Word 2010                       Core SkillsDocument Sections You can divide a document into two or mor...
Microsoft®                            Word 2010              Core SkillsWorking with Section Breaks• Separates page format...
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Microsoft®                            Word 2010    Core SkillsLearn the Skill (pp. 96-97)•In this exercise, you will inser...
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  • Pg 89Briefly introduce which topics will be covered in this lesson so students are aware of the new skills they will learn. Remind students also that all the information is available in the book as a reference so they don’t need to commit anything to memory or take notes.
  • Pg 94-95Objective 3.1Ensure students understand the difference between a soft page break and a manual one, as well as why you would want to insert a break code instead of just pressing Enter to get to the bottom of a page. Some people still use this method to end a page and while it may be fine to mark that there is more content to be entered in this location, they want to avoid putting in more than three as it can be a huge time consumer when editing a document.Discuss how this code is just like regular text and they can delete it as if it was text. Include that in your demo so they become comfortable with that concept.
  • Pg 94-95Objective 3.1Ensure students understand the difference between a soft page break and a manual one, as well as why you would want to insert a break code instead of just pressing Enter to get to the bottom of a page. Some people still use this method to end a page and while it may be fine to mark that there is more content to be entered in this location, they want to avoid putting in more than three as it can be a huge time consumer when editing a document.Discuss how this code is just like regular text and they can delete it as if it was text. Include that in your demo so they become comfortable with that concept.
  • Pg 94-95Objective 3.1Ensure students understand the difference between a soft page break and a manual one, as well as why you would want to insert a break code instead of just pressing Enter to get to the bottom of a page. Some people still use this method to end a page and while it may be fine to mark that there is more content to be entered in this location, they want to avoid putting in more than three as it can be a huge time consumer when editing a document.Discuss how this code is just like regular text and they can delete it as if it was text. Include that in your demo so they become comfortable with that concept.
  • Pg 96-97Objective 3.1Students can often get confused as to what a section break is and how to use it properly. You may have to include in your demo several clear examples of when or why you might want to use each of these types of breaks. For instance, to create an envelope with the same address as provided in a letter, Word will automatically insert a section break between the envelope paper size/layout and the letter. An example of using odd and even pages would be page numbers on alternating headers and footers. For continuous section breaks, you may want to use the example below (columns are not covered in this level so be careful about getting students excited about this option, unless you want to offer it as a marketing tool at the end of your course for the Expert level);this file is also available in the Extra Files folder for your reference and distribution, if needed:
  • Pg 96-97Objective 3.1Students can often get confused as to what a section break is and how to use it properly. You may have to include in your demo several clear examples of when or why you might want to use each of these types of breaks. For instance, to create an envelope with the same address as provided in a letter, Word will automatically insert a section break between the envelope paper size/layout and the letter. An example of using odd and even pages would be page numbers on alternating headers and footers. For continuous section breaks, you may want to use the example below (columns are not covered in this level so be careful about getting students excited about this option, unless you want to offer it as a marketing tool at the end of your course for the Expert level); this file is also available in the Extra Files folder for your reference and distribution, if needed:
  • Word Lesson 5B Page & Section Breaks

    1. 1. Microsoft® Word 2010 Core SkillsMicrosoft OfficeWord 2010Lesson 5: Formatting DocumentsCourseware #: 3240
    2. 2. Microsoft® Word 2010 Core Skills Lesson 5 Objectives •insert page breaks •insert section breaks© CCI Learning Solutions Inc. 2
    3. 3. Microsoft® Word 2010 Core SkillsPage Breaks• The place where one page ends and another begins is a page break. Word automatically inserts page breaks or you can insert one manually.• A manual page break would prevent an automatic page break from separating a heading from the text that follows, or you might want to start a new section of a document on a new page3 3
    4. 4. Microsoft® Word 2010 Core SkillsPage Breaks• When inserting manual page breaks avoid creating widows and orphans. – An orphan is when the last line of a paragraph appears at the top of a page. – A widow is when the first line of a paragraph appears at the bottom of a page 4 4
    5. 5. Microsoft® Word 2010 Core SkillsViewing Page Breaks• When Word calculates that enough text fills the page, a soft page break is inserted. – In Draft view, when non-printing characters display, the soft page break appears as: – When a manual page break is inserted it appears at the indicated location as:© CCI Learning Solutions Inc. 5
    6. 6. Microsoft® Word 2010 Core SkillsInserting Page Breaks• To enter a manual or hard page break: – On Insert tab, in Pages group, click Page Break, or – press + or – on Page Layout tab, in Page Setup group, click Breaks and click Page© CCI Learning Solutions Inc. 6
    7. 7. Microsoft® Word 2010 Core SkillsDeleting Page Breaks•To remove code if cursor is: – At beginning of next page, press BackspacePressBackspace – At end of paragraph where page break code is, press Delete Press Delete © CCI Learning Solutions Inc. 7
    8. 8. Microsoft® Word 2010 Core SkillsLearn the Skill (pp. 95-96)•In this exercise, you will practice how to add & remove page breaks•You will need the Staff Retreat Presentation Notes document to complete the practice. Save the document as Staff Retreat in your Word Lesson 5 folder© CCI Learning Solutions Inc. 8
    9. 9. Microsoft® Word 2010 Core SkillsDocument Sections You can divide a document into two or more sections. A section is a part of a document where you can create a different layout from the rest of the document. You can have different headers and footers, page numbers, margins, orientation, and other formatting features in different sections. 9 9
    10. 10. Microsoft® Word 2010 Core SkillsWorking with Section Breaks• Separates page formatting changes in document – Ex. Word will automatically insert a section break between envelopes when creating a mail merge • To insert section break, on Page Layout tab, in Page Setup group, click Breaks:© CCI Learning Solutions Inc. 10
    11. 11. Microsoft® Word 2010 Core SkillsTypes of Section Breaks Next Page Starts new section on next page. Continuous Starts new section on same page. Even Page Starts new section on next even page. Odd Page Starts new section on next odd page.© CCI Learning Solutions Inc. 11
    12. 12. Microsoft® Word 2010 Core SkillsLearn the Skill (pp. 96-97)•In this exercise, you will insert a front page & insert a section break to change the page orientation in the Staff Retreat Presentation Notes document•You will need the Staff Retreat document to complete the practice.© CCI Learning Solutions Inc. 12

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