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  • Programming & Development Tools Introduction to Programming UNIT 1.1Introduction to ProgrammingOverview of Office ToolsOBJECTIVESThis unit explains about various office tools.At the end of this unit, you will be able to Explain the features of Office tools List the applications in Microsoft Office List the various menu options Identify the various toolbar options Perform basic file operations such as creating a new file, opening an existing file, saving a file and closing the file Identify various file formats such as .doc, .xls and .pptBenchmark Standard Create files and save them in various formats such as .doc, .xls and .ppt. Edit and format the files you created to make them more presentable.Overview of Office Tools 1.1-1
  • Programming & Development Tools Introduction to ProgrammingIntroductionMicrosoft Office XP is an advanced version of Office 2000. Office XP is alsoreferred to as Office 2002. This is the most widely used application inpersonal computers. It is user-friendly and is designed to simplify the waypeople work. Microsoft Office XP is a collection of Microsoft programs such asWord, Excel, PowerPoint, Access and Front Page. In this unit you will learnabout the various menu and tool bar options used in some of theseapplications.1.1.1 Features of Office ToolsOffice XP applications are provided with a new look and feel. The features ofOffice XP are enhanced when compared with that of Office 2000. It enablesyou to perform the common user activities easily and quickly.Some of the Office XP features that are common to its applications are: • Task Pane • Microsoft Script Editor • Office Clipboard • Help System1.1.1 (A) Task PaneDefinition: Task Pane is a panel located at the right side of the applicationwindow that provides easy access to the frequently used commands.Task Pane is a new feature added to the Office XP application. This pane isdisplayed at the right of the application window and it changes based on whatyou are doing. Its purpose is to give you easy access to frequently usedcommands. Figure 1.1.1 displays the Task Pane used in various applications.Overview of Office Tools 1.1-2
  • Programming & Development Tools Introduction to Programming WORD POWERPOINT EXCEL Figure 1.1.1: Task Pane for Word, PowerPoint and Excel RespectivelyManaging the Task PaneAt the top of the Task Pane, there will be a bar as shown in Figure 1.1.2. Next Button Drop-Down Menu Previous Name of the Task Close Button Pane you are Working in Figure 1.1.2: Task Pane Bar • In the Task Pane, you will have the previous and the next button to navigate through the other Task Pane choices. • Next, the name of the Task Pane you are currently working in will be displayed. • Drop-down menu will reveal all the Task Pane available, as shown in Figure 1.1.3.Overview of Office Tools 1.1-3 View slide
  • Programming & Development Tools Introduction to Programming Figure 1.1.3: Drop-Down Menu (In Word) • To close the task pane, click on the Close button ( ) button. • To view the Task Pane, choose View Task Pane as shown in Figure 1.1.4. Figure 1.1.4: Viewing Task Pane1.1.1 (B) Microsoft Script EditorDefinition: Microsoft Script Editor is an editor that enables you to view andedit HTML codes, DHTML objects and scripts in an office application.Any changes made in the document will be reflected in the script editor asshown in Figure 1.1.5.Overview of Office Tools 1.1-4 View slide
  • Programming & Development Tools Introduction to Programming Figure 1.1.5: Opening Microsoft Script EditorMicrosoft Script Editor Window appears as shown in Figure 1.1.6. Figure 1.1.6: Microsoft Script EditorOverview of Office Tools 1.1-5
  • Programming & Development Tools Introduction to Programming1.1.1 (C) Office ClipboardDefinition: Clipboard is a temporary area in the memory used for holding thecut or copied items for easy reference.To view Clipboard content, choose Edit Office Clipboard as shown inFigure 1.1.7. Figure 1.1.7: Opening Clipboard PaneClipboard pane appears as shown in Figure 1.1.8. Figure 1.1.8: Clipboard PaneIn Figure 1.1.9, the first line in the document is copied and it appears in theClipboard task pane at the right end of the window.Overview of Office Tools 1.1-6
  • Programming & Development Tools Introduction to Programming Figure 1.1.9: Copied Text Places in the Clipboard NoteThe Clipboard can hold up to 24 cut or copied items.1.1.1 (D) Help SystemDefinition: The Help system in Office XP helps to find information quickly andeasily.Follow the given steps to search for information in office suite: 1. To invoke help option, choose Help Microsoft Word Help. Office Assistant appears as shown in Figure 1.1.10.Overview of Office Tools 1.1-7
  • Programming & Development Tools Introduction to Programming Figure 1.1.10: Office Assistant 2. Type the question in the search box. 3. Click on Search button. List of possible links will be displayed as shown in Figure 1.1.11.Figure 1.1.11: Office Assistant Listing the Possible Links for the Search Text 4. Select from the suggested category by clicking on the appropriate option.Overview of Office Tools 1.1-8
  • Programming & Development Tools Introduction to Programming NoteOffice Assistant is an animated character that gives you tips, messages and help to workefficiently with the application. TipTo invoke Office Assistant, press F1. Self-Check Exercise 1.1.1 1. Microsoft Office XP is also referred as Microsoft Office ________. 2. _________ is a temporary area in the memory used for holding the cut or copied items for easy reference. 3. To invoke Office Assistant, press ______. 4. ____________________ is an editor that enables you to view and edit HTML codes, DHTML objects and scripts in an office application.1.1.2 Working with Menu and ToolbarsDefinition: Menu bar is a horizontal bar that appears at the top of the activewindow, which is associated with pull-down menus.Definition: Toolbar is a collection of icons that provides easy access tocommonly used menu commands.1.1.2 (A) Menu BarMenu bar contains list of commands that are used for creating and editingdocuments and presentations. They appear at the top of the active window asshown in Figure 1.1.12. Figure 1.1.12: Menu Bar (In Word)When you click on the menu name, the menu options appear as shown inFigure 1.1.13.Overview of Office Tools 1.1-9
  • Programming & Development Tools Introduction to Programming Figure 1.1.13: Menu OptionsYou can now choose the required menu option. Activity 1.1.1 1. Open Word, Excel and PowerPoint applications. Notice the difference in menu names between Word, Excel and PowerPoint.1.1.2 (B) ToolbarToolbar is a collection of frequently used menu options, which is representedin form of icons. They contain buttons, menus or a combination of both thatare used to perform actions faster. There are various toolbars available inOffice. The most commonly used toolbars are Standard toolbar andFormatting toolbar. Standard and Formatting toolbars are shown in Figure1.1.14 and 1.1.15. Figure 1.1.14: Standard Toolbar Figure 1.1.15: Formatting ToolbarOverview of Office Tools 1.1-10
  • Programming & Development Tools Introduction to ProgrammingWhen you open the Office application for the first time, the Standard andFormatting toolbars will be displayed by default. To view other toolbars,choose View Toolbars and select the required toolbar as shown in Figure1.1.16. Figure 1.1.16: Selecting Toolbar1.1.2 (C) Menu OptionsNow that you are familiar with menu and toolbar, you will now learn aboutvarious menu options.(a) File MenuFile menu helps in performing file related operations such as opening, savingand closing a file. File menu is shown in Figure 1.1.17.Overview of Office Tools 1.1-11
  • Programming & Development Tools Introduction to Programming Figure 1.1.17: File MenuTable 1.1.1 describes the various menu options in File menu. Menu Option Description New Creates a new blank file. Open Opens an existing file. Close Closes the active file. Save Saves the active file. Save As Saves the active file with a different name in a different location. Table 1.1.1: Menu Options in File Menu Hands-On!To create a new file, perform the following steps: 1. Open the word application. New Document task pane will appear as shown in Figure 1.1.18. 2. From the New Document task pane choose Blank Document.Overview of Office Tools 1.1-12
  • Programming & Development Tools Introduction to Programming Figure 1.1.18: Choosing Blank Document From New Document Task Pane 3. Type the text It is never too late to become what you might have been. 4. Save the document by either choosing File Save or click on Save button ( ) on the Standard toolbar. Name the file as File1.doc. 5. To close the file, choose File Close. NoteTo create a blank document when the application is already opened, either choose FileNew or click on New button ( ) on the Standard toolbar. TipTo close the active window, press Ctrl and W key combination. Hands-On!To open an existing file, perform the following steps:1. To open an existing file by either choosing File Open or click on Open button ( ) on the Standard toolbar. Open dialog box appears as shown in Figure 1.1.19.Overview of Office Tools 1.1-13
  • Programming & Development Tools Introduction to Programming Figure 1.1.19: Open Dialog Box2. Click on the Look in drop down list box and select the file you want to open from the corresponding folder.3. Finally, click on the open button. The file opens. Hands-On!To save the existing file with another name, perform the following steps:1. Open the file File1.doc.2. Choose File Save As. Save As dialog box appears as shown in Figure 1.1.20.Overview of Office Tools 1.1-14
  • Programming & Development Tools Introduction to Programming Figure 1.1.20: Save As Dialog Box3. Click on the Save in drop-down list box and select the required folder.4. Type the file name in the File name textbox as File2.doc.5. Finally, click the Save button. TipTo invoke Save As dialog box, press F12. Activity 1.1.2 (a)In the following figure, label the icons and state its main function in the boxgiven:Overview of Office Tools 1.1-15
  • Programming & Development Tools Introduction to Programming Activity 1.1.2 (b)Perform the following steps:Step 1: Open Excel application.Step 2: Type the number 123.Step 3: Save the file with the name Ex1.xls.Step 4: Close the file.Step 5: Open the file Ex1.xls.Step 6: Save the file with the name Ex2.xls.Step 7: Close the file.Step 8: Close the application. Lab ExerciseLab Exercise 1: Open a blank document and type the following: " I had lunch with a chess champion the other day. I knew he was a chess champion because it took him 20 minutes to pass the salt. " Save the document with the name Quote1.doc.Lab Exercise 2: Open the document Quote1.doc and add the following quote: " When humour goes, there goes civilization. " Save the document with the name Quote2.doc.Overview of Office Tools 1.1-16
  • Programming & Development Tools Introduction to Programming(b) Edit MenuEdit menu is used for editing the content of the file using commands such ascut, copy and paste. Edit menu is shown in Figure 1.1.21. Figure 1.1.21: Edit MenuTable 1.1.2 describes the various menu options in Edit menu. Menu Option Description Cut Removes the selected item and places it in the Clipboard. Copy Copies the selected item and places it in the Clipboard. Paste Inserts the item at the cursor position. Find Searches for the specified text. Replace Searches for and replaces the specified text. Table 1.1.2: Menu Options in Edit Menu Hands-On!Perform the following steps to duplicate a paragraph:1. Open the file Frasers Hill.doc. The document appears as shown in Figure 1.1.22.Overview of Office Tools 1.1-17
  • Programming & Development Tools Introduction to Programming Figure 1.1.22: Document Window2. Select the paragraph as shown in the Figure 1.1.23. Figure 1.1.23: Document Window After Selection the Text3. To copy the selected text, either choose Edit Copy or click on Copy button ( ) on the Standard toolbar.4. Unselect the text and press Enter.5. To paste the text, either choose Edit Paste or click on Paste button ( ) on the toolbar. The document appears as shown in Figure 1.1.24.Overview of Office Tools 1.1-18
  • Programming & Development Tools Introduction to Programming Figure 1.1.24: Document Window After Pasting the Text6. Save the file as Hill.doc.7. Close the document. TipTo copy the selected text you can use the key combination of Ctrl and C. To paste the copiedtext you can use the key combination of Ctrl and V. Hands-On!Perform the following steps to cut and paste a line in a document:1. Open the file Hill.doc.2. Select the text as shown in Figure 1.1.25.Overview of Office Tools 1.1-19
  • Programming & Development Tools Introduction to Programming Figure 1.1.25: Document Window After Selecting the Text3. To cut the selected text, either choose Edit Cut or click on Cut button ( ) on the Standard toolbar.4. Place the cursor at the end of the paragraph.5. To paste the text, choose Edit Paste. The document will appear as shown in Figure 1.1.26. Figure 1.1.26: Document Window After Pasting the Text6. Save and close the document.Overview of Office Tools 1.1-20
  • Programming & Development Tools Introduction to Programming Hands-On!Perform the following steps to find and replace a text in a document:1. Open the file Bill Gates.doc.2. To search for the text Bill Gates, choose Edit Replace. Find and Replace dialog box appears.3. On the Find what textbox, type the text bill gates and on the Replace with textbox, type the text he as shown in Figure 1.1.27. Figure 1.1.27: Find and Replace Dialog Box4. Use Find Next and Replace buttons to replace the text as shown in Figure 1.1.28.Overview of Office Tools 1.1-21
  • Programming & Development Tools Introduction to Programming Figure 1.1.28: Document Window Before and After Replacing the Text5. Save the document as Bill_Change.doc.6. Close the document. Activity 1.1.3 (a)In the following figure, label the icons and state its main function in the boxgiven:Overview of Office Tools 1.1-22
  • Programming & Development Tools Introduction to Programming Activity 1.1.3 (b)The weekly sales report of the company JPS SPORTS Sdn. Bhd is generatedevery month. The item code, name and quantity of each item appear in thereport. Company decides to change the item code of football is from I001 toI003. Make the necessary changes in the report by following the given steps:Step 1: Open the data file Report1.xls.Step 2: To change the item code of football, choose Edit Replace.Step 3: On the Find what textbox, type the text I001 and on the Replace with textbox, type the text I003.Step 4: Click on Replace All button. Lab ExerciseLab Exercise 3: Open a blank workbook and type the following: 1841 Japanese invaded Malaya 1857 Federation of Malaya gained independence 1863 Malaysia founded 1865 Singapore withdrew from Malaysia As the years are wrongly typed, replace all 18 with 19. Save the workbook with the name Years1.xls.Overview of Office Tools 1.1-23
  • Programming & Development Tools Introduction to ProgrammingLab Exercise 4: Open a blank workbook. Copy the dates from Years1.xls and paste it in a new workbook. Save the workbook with the name Years2.xls.(C) View MenuView menu will affect what the user views in the window. View menu isshown in Figure 1.1.29. Figure 1.1.29: View MenuTable 1.1.3 describes the various menu options in View menu. Menu Option Description Toolbars Displays or hides toolbars. Header and Adds text that appears at Footer the top and bottom of every page or presentation. Table 1.1.3: Menu Options in View Menu Hands-On!Perform the following steps to hide and then display the Standard andFormatting toolbars:1. To hide the Standard toolbar, choose View Toolbars Standard. This will clear the checkbox next to the toolbar name.2. Similarly to hide the Formatting toolbar, choose View Toolbars Formatting.Overview of Office Tools 1.1-24
  • Programming & Development Tools Introduction to Programming3. To display Standard toolbar, choose View Toolbars Standard. This will select the checkbox next to the toolbar name.4. Similarly, to display Formatting toolbar, choose View Toolbars Formatting. Hands-On!Perform the following steps to add header and footer to a document:1. Open the data file Records.doc.2. To add header and footer, choose View Header and Footer. Header and Footer toolbar appears as shown in Figure 1.1.30. Figure 1.1.30: Header and Footer Toolbar3. In the header section, add the text Records as shown in Figure 1.1.31. Figure 1.1.31: Header Section in the Document4. To switch to the footer section, click on button.5. In the footer section, type the text Page.6. To insert the page number click on button.7. Type the text of.8. To insert the total number of pages, click on button. The footer section appears as shown in the Figure 1.1.32.Overview of Office Tools 1.1-25
  • Programming & Development Tools Introduction to Programming Figure 1.1.32: Footer Section in the Document9. Click the Close button.The header and footer you have entered will appear in all the pagesdocument. Table 1.1.4 describes the commonly used buttons in the Headerand Footer toolbar. Buttons Description Inserts the pre-defined text. Inserts the page number. Inserts the total number of pages. Inserts the current date and keeps updating whenever the document opens. Inserts the current time and keeps updating whenever the document opens. Switches between header and footer. Closes the header and footer editing pane. Table 1.1.4: Header and Footer Toolbar Buttons Lab ExerciseLab Exercise 5: Open the document Quote2.doc. Add the text Quotes in the header and date in the footer. Save the document.Overview of Office Tools 1.1-26
  • Programming & Development Tools Introduction to Programming(d) Format MenuFormat menu will affect the way the document or presentation appears.Format menu is shown in Figure 1.1.33. Figure 1.1.33: Format Menu Hands-On!Perform the following steps to format the given document:1. Open the file Interesting.doc.2. Select the line Interesting facts about Titanic.3. To apply format to this line, choose Format Font. Font dialog box appears as shown in Figure 1.1.34.Overview of Office Tools 1.1-27
  • Programming & Development Tools Introduction to Programming Figure 1.1.34: Font Dialog Box4. Change the Font to Arial Narrow.5. Change the Font Style to Bold.6. Change the Size to 20.7. Click on OK button. Figure 1.1.35 displays the document window before and after applying the formatting.Overview of Office Tools 1.1-28
  • Programming & Development Tools Introduction to Programming Figure 1.1.35: Document Before and After Formatting TipYou can also use Formatting toolbar to format the text. Activity 1.1.4Perform the following steps:Step 1: Open the Continents.ppt data file.Step 2: On the first slide, change the colour of the text to Blue.Step 3: On the rest of the slides, change the font size of the title to 40.Step 4: Apply Italics to all the numbers such as 30065000, 13209000 etc. in theslides.Step 5: Save the file as Continents1.ppt.File FormatsWhenever you save a file, the file is saved along with its extension. Theextension describes the type of file and helps an application to recognize thefile. For example, a word document will have the extension as .doc. Table1.1.5 displays the file extension along with their description.Overview of Office Tools 1.1-29
  • Programming & Development Tools Introduction to Programming File Extension File Type .DOC Word .PPT PowerPoint .XLS Excel .HTML Web Page Table 1.1.5: File Extensions Lab ExerciseLab Exercise 6: Open the workbook Years1.xls. Change the font to Book Antiqua and size to 14. Save the workbook. Self-Check Exercise 1.1.2 1. What is the file extension of the following: a. Word b. Excel c. PowerPoint 2. _______________ menu will affect the way the document or presentation appears. Technical TerminologiesTask Pane - The panel located at the right side of the application window that provides easy access to the frequently used commands.Microsoft Script Editor - The editor that enables you to view and edit HTML codes, DHTML objects and scripts in an office application.Clipboard - A temporary area in the memory used for holding the cut or copied items for easy reference.Overview of Office Tools 1.1-30
  • Programming & Development Tools Introduction to ProgrammingSummaryIn this unit, you learnt that Task Pane is a panel located at the right side of the application window that provides easy access to the frequently used commands. Microsoft Script Editor is an editor that enables you to view and edit HTML codes, DHTML objects and scripts in an office application. Clipboard is a temporary area in the memory used for holding the cut or copied items for easy reference. The Help system in Office XP helps to find information quickly and easily. Menu bar is a horizontal bar that appears at the top of the active window, which is associated with pull-down menus. Toolbar is a collection of icons that provides easy access to commonly used menu commands. Menu bar contains list of commands that are used for creating and editing documents and presentations. File menu helps in performing file related operations such as opening, saving and closing a file. Edit menu is used for editing the content of the file using commands such as cut, copy and paste. View menu will affect what the user views in the window. Format menu will affect the way the document or presentation appears. File extension describes the type of file and helps an application to recognize the file. Assignment 1. Open Word application. Write few lines about you. Save the file with the name Myself.doc. 2. Name any three toolbars that are available in Office application. 3. Describe the need for Office Clipboard. 4. What is a Task Pane? 5. What is the file extension of Excel?Overview of Office Tools 1.1-31
  • Programming & Development Tools Introduction to ProgrammingCriterion Referenced TestInstruction: Students must evaluate themselves to attain the list of competencies to be achieved.Name:Subject: Programming and Development ToolsUnit: Overview of Office ToolsPlease tick [ √ ] the appropriate box when you have achieved the respectivecompetency. Date Overview of Office Tools C1 C2 C3 C4 C5 CommentCompetency Codes:C1 = List the features of office applications.C2= Perform basic file operations such as creating a new file, opening a existing file, saving a file and closing the file using File menu.C3= Edit a file using Edit options such as cut, copy and paste.C4= Change the appearance of the document or presentation by inserting header and footer and changing the font style.C5 = Identify the various file formats from its extension.Overview of Office Tools 1.1-32