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  • 1. INFORMATION COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY Term 2 ~ Week 1 Specific Objective ~ 1.1.3 Specific Objective ~ 1.1.4
  • 2. Objectives
    • Open a previously saved file.
    • Save a document with the ‘Save As’ command.
  • 3. REVIEW HOW TO OPEN MS WORD USING THE START MENU
  • 4. By The Numbers Launching Word Method A ~ Start Menu
    • Start
    • All Programs
    • MS Office
    • Ms Word 2003
  • 5. DISCUSSION “WHY DO WE WANT TO OPEN AN EXISTING DOCUMENT?”
  • 6. OPENING AN EXISTING DOCUMENT WHAT MUST WE KNOW?
  • 7. It Helps To Know . . .
    • The Name of the file
    • The location of the file
    • Type of document (memo, fax, letter)
    • Topic
    • Date of the material
    • Author / Typist
    • Others Criteria?
  • 8. Opening an Existing Document Method A ~ Double Click the Icon
    • Place the mouse pointer on the User Data Icon. It will be located where you saved your file.
      • My Documents
      • Your Pen Drive
      • Floppy Disk
    • Double click the icon.
  • 9. Opening an Existing Document Method B ~ Standard Toolbar
    • Open Microsoft Word
    • Click the “OPEN” Icon on the “Standard Toolbar” and the “Open Dialogue Box” Will Appear.
    • Click “My Documents”
    • Look for the file or folder that contains your Document.
    • You will have to click the file or folder and then click open.
      • Depending on where your file is located you have to repeat the step '4' more then once.
  • 10. Opening an Existing Document Method C ~ File menu
    • Open Microsoft Word
    • Click FILE on the Menu Bar and the “Open Dialogue Box” Will Appear.
    • Click “My Documents”
    • Look for the file or folder that contains your Document.
    • You will have to click the file or folder and then click open.
      • Depending on where your file is located you have to repeat the step '4' more then once.
  • 11. THE OPEN DIALOUGE BOX
  • 12. Open Dialogue Box (1 of 2)
    • Look In List
    • Open / Cancel
    • File Name / File of Type
    • Side Bar
    1 2 3 4 CURRENT FOLDER
  • 13. Open As Dialogue Box (2 of 2)
    • Look In List ~ Displays all storage devices.
    • Open ~ Completes the process or opening your user file. Cancel ~ Closes the dialogue box.
  • 14. PRACTICE OPEN YOUR PREVIOUSLY SAVED WORK (YOU TYPED NAMES)
  • 15. THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN “SAVE” AND “SAVE AS” WHY WE WOULD CHOSE “SAVE” vs. “SAVE AS”
  • 16.
    • Saves the current file under the same name in the same location.
    • If a file is newly created then Save will open the Save As Dialogue Box.
    • It replaces the current information over the old, in the same place with the same name.
    • Will always bring up the Save As Dialogue Box allowing you to change the file name and its save location.
    • Assuming you make a change to name or location, the original file will still be intact in its original location after the Save As.
    SAVE SAVE AS
  • 17. DISCUSSION WHY WOULD WE CHOSE TO USE 'SAVE' vs. 'SAVE AS'?
  • 18. Save vs. Save As . . .
  • 19. Save As A New Document Menu Bar ~ By The Numbers
    • SLC FILE on the Menu Bar.
    • Select “Save As...”
    • SLC “My Documents”
    • Create Your New Folder (optional)
    • Type your new “File Name”
    • Click Save
  • 20. Save As Dialogue Box
    • Save In List
    • Create New Folder
    • Save / Cancel
    • File Name / Save as Type
    • Side Bar
    1 2 3 4 5 CURRENT FOLDER
  • 21. REVIEW SAVING BY THE NUMBERS
  • 22. Save By The Numbers (Method A) ~ Standard Toolbar
    • Click the “Save” Icon on the “Standard Toolbar”
    • Click “My Documents”
    • Create Your New Folder (optional)
    • Type your “File Name”
    • Click Save
  • 23. Save By The Numbers (Method B) ~ Menu Bar
    • Click FILE on the Menu Bar.
    • Click on Save.
    • Click “My Documents”
    • Create Your New Folder (optional)
    • Type your “File Name”
    • Click Save (How do we save to a pen drive.)
  • 24. QUESTIONS