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    Form 1   Term 2   Week 2.2 Form 1 Term 2 Week 2.2 Presentation Transcript

    • INFORMATION COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY SHS 1 Term 2 ~ Week 2 Specific Objective ~ 1.3.1
    • Objectives
      • Format Word document using formatting tools
    • FORMATTING WORD DOCUMENT
    • Formatting Word Document
      • The formatting toolbar (located below the standard toolbar) is used to enhance the appearance of your document, including the style, size and many other characteristics of your document.
    • FONT STYLE
    • Font Style
      • It is used when one wants to change the style/appearance of words, sentence, phrase etc. Times New Roman Helvetica Arial Black Cooper Black Stencil Garamond
    • By The Numbers ~ Changing Font Style (Method A)
      • Select the word, sentence, or text.
      • Click on the down arrow next to the “FONT STYLE” on the formatting toolbar.
      • Select the type of font you prefer.‏
    • Class Work ~ Changing Fonts
      • Type: “I am an ICT student.”
      • Highlight the sentence
      • Click on the down arrow next to the font box on the formatting toolbar.
      • Select the type of font you prefer (e.g. Arial Black)‏
    • FONT SIZE
    • Font Size
      • It is used to change the size of words, sentence, phrase etc. 12 14 18 22 36 38 42 46 50 64
      • The default font size is 12 Point.
      • It is important to choose an appropriate size not not overpower the reader or waste paper.
    • By The Numbers ~ Font Size (Method A)
      • Select the word, sentence, or text.
      • Click on the down arrow next to the “FONT SIZE” on the Formatting Toolbar.
      • Select the size you prefer (e.g. 12, 16, 22)‏
    • Class Work ~ Font Size
      • Select your existing text.
      • Change the size so it is 22 pt.
    • UNDERLINING
    • Underline A Word or Sentence
      • It is used to put a line under title, sentence or phrase etc. so as to make it stand out.
      • Underline A Sentence
      • Underline a Word
    • By The Numbers ~ Underline (Method A)
      • Select the word, sentence, or text.
      • Click on the UNDERLINE 'U” button on the formatting toolbar
    • Class Work ~ Underlining
      • Select your existing text.
      • Apply the underling formatting feature.
    • BOLD
    • Bold
      • It is used to Bold a title, headline, sentence or phrase etc. so as to make it stand out.
      • Bold a Sentence
      • Bold a Word .
    • By The Numbers ~ Bold (Method A)
      • Highlight the sentence, word, text.
      • Click on the BOLD 'B' button on the formatting toolbar.
    • Class Work ~ Bold
      • Select your existing text.
      • Apply the Bold formatting feature.
    • ITALICS
    • Italicising A Word or Sentence
      • It is used to slant a title, headline, sentence, phrase etc. to the right.
      • Italicize a Sentence.
      • Italicize a word .
    • By The Numbers ~ Italics (Method A)
      • Select the word, sentence, or text.
      • Click on the ITALICS 'I' button on the formatting toolbar.
    • Class Work ~ Italics
      • Select your existing text.
      • Apply the italics formatting feature.
    • REMOVING BOLD / ITALICS AND UNDERLINE
    • Removing Bold / Italics / Underline By The Numbers
      • Highlight the sentence, word, text.
      • Click on the corresponding button on the formatting toolbar. The status will change, similar to turing the Task Pane / Rulers on and off.
    • METHOD B FONT SIZE FONT STYLE BOLD / ITALICS AND UNDERLINE
    • Changing Format Properties ~ (Method B) 1 of 2
      • Select the word, sentence, or text.
      • On the Menu Bar, select FORMAT then FONT.
      • The FONT DIALOGUE Box appears.
    • Changing Format Properties ~ (Method B) 2 of 2
      • Make the desired changes for:
        • Font
        • Font Style
        • Size
        • And More
      • Click OK for the changes to be made.
    • TEXT ALIGNMENT
    • Text Alignment
      • It is used to change the position of words, sentence, phrase etc. relative to the edges of the paper.
      • There are four (4) choices:
        • Right Align
        • Center Align
        • Left Align
        • Justified
    • Text Alignment (1 of 2)
      • Right Align : It is used to change the position of words, sentence phrase etc. to the right side of the paper.
      • Center Align : It is used to change the position of words, sentence phrase etc. to the center of the paper.
    • Text Alignment (2 of 2)
      • Left Align : It is used to change the position of words, sentence phrase etc. to the left side of the paper.
      • Justified : It is used to change the position of text, so that text is aligned evenly along both the left and right margins.
    • By The Numbers ~ Text Alignment (Method A)
      • Select the word, sentence, or text.
      • Sing Left Click on the desired alignment on the formatting toolbar
    • Class Work ~ Alignment
      • Select your existing text.
      • Align the text so it is “Right Aligned”.
    • METHOD B TEXT ALIGNMENT
    • Text Alignment ~ (Method B) 1 of 2
      • Select the word, sentence, or text.
      • On the Menu Bar, select FORMAT then PARAGRAPH.
      • The PARAGRAPH DIALOGUE Box appears.
    • Text Alignment ~ (Method B) 2 of 2
      • Make the desired changes for:
        • Alignment
        • Spacing
        • Indentation
        • And More
      • Click OK for the changes to be made.
    • BULLETS AND NUMBERED LISTS
    • Bullets and Numbered Lists
      • Common elements in many documents.
      • Vividly separate list items from each other, stressing each point, and numbers to show sequential importance.
      12 3 4 - - - -
    • Example ~ Bullets
    • Example ~ Bullets
    • Example ~ Numbered List
    • Bullets And Numbered Lists ~ By The Numbers (Method A)
      • Select the text you want to convert to a list.
      • On the Formatting Toolbar, click either the Numbering of Bullets Icon.
      123 ■ ■ ■
      • NB: When the numbered list is in effect, any time the Enter key is pressed MS Word automatically increases to the next number.
      • NB: You can remove the bullets or numbers in front of a line, simply by clicking the bullets and numbering button again.
      Bullets and Numbered Lists
    • Change An Numbered List to Bullets ~ By The Numbers
      • Select the existing numbered list.
      • On the formatting toolbar, click the Bullets button.
      • The numbers are replaced with bullets.
    • CUSTOM BULLETS AND NUMBERED LISTS
      • Tip: Although using the formatting toolbar buttons is the quickest way to create numbered list, many more options are available through Bullets and Numbering command on the format menu. Use this command to change the number formatting.
      Bullets and Numbered Lists
    • Custom Bulleted Lists ~ By The Numbers
      • Select the text you want to convert to a list.
      • Click on FORMAT MENU then BULLETS AND NUMBERING.
      • Select the desired alternative and click OK.
    • Bullets & Numbering Dialogue Box
    • Example ~ Custom Bullets
    • Custom Bulleted Lists ~ By The Numbers
      • Select the text.
      • Click on the Format Menu then Bullets and Numbering.
      • Change to the Numbered Tab
      • Select the desired alternative and click OK.
    • Bullets & Numbering Dialogue Box
    • Example ~ Custom Numbers
    • CHANGE CASE
    • Change Case
      • It is used to change words from capital to small letters and vice versa.
      • i want this in big letters I WANT THIS IN BIG LETTERS
      • i want this in title case I Want This In Title Case
    • By The Numbers ~ Change Case
      • Select the word, sentence, or text.
      • On the Menu Bar select FORMAT.
      • Select CHANGE CASE.
      • Select the desired output.
      • Click Ok.
    • Class Work ~ Change Case
      • Select your existing text.
      • Change your text so all the letters are capital.
    • QUESTIONS