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Samantha TerBeest
Willmar Public Library
Symbols
Date & Time
Pictures
Drawings
Word Art
Text Boxes
Tables
This tab provides commands & tools for
inserting a variety of items into you
document.
Sometimes you may need, Greek
Symbols, Arrow, or mathematical signs
These are not on the keyboard
Symbols are found on ...
In the Insert Tab, click Symbol in the
Symbols Group.
This will bring up a menu of symbols.
If you do not see the one t...
The function for inserting a date & time is
located on the Insert Tab in the Text
Group.
In the Insert Tab, click on Date & Time in
the Text Group.
A new window will appear & you can select
the format you want...
This feature makes a word or letter larger
than the rest of the text at the beginning of
a paragraph much like you would ...
Select a letter or word you want to have
Dropped.
On the Insert Tab in the Text Group, click
Drop Cap.
Select how you w...
One can insert pictures, illustrations, clip
art (pictures & illustrations already in
Microsoft), shapes, and charts.
Th...
 Click the Start Button at the bottom of the Desktop Screen. Type
“Libraries” in the search bar and click Enter. Choose D...
The picture is inserted & a new tab is
added to the Ribbon. The new tab
displays tools for managing the picture.
Part 2 o...
 In the Size group, click on the Shape Width down arrow until
the box show 3”.
 In the Arrange group, click Text Wrappin...
You can create a drawing in Word
You can also add shapes
• All the shapes can be changed in size, color, &
other charact...
 Scroll down in the open document to fill the screen with blank lines. Use the
Enter key if needed to make more blank lin...
The Drawing Tools tab appears when you
click on the drawing. It is not available
when you are elsewhere in the document.
...
Word allows you to modify the design &
appearance of text with a set of tools
called WordArt.
You can use decorative tex...
 Launch Word.
 Click Center in the Paragraph group on the Home Tab.
 Type: Announcement. Press Enter twice.
 Type: We ...
The WordArt Tools tab, , appears
whenever a WordArt item is selected.
Here you can modify the text in many
ways.
Have fun playing with the text. Select the
second line & convert it to WordArt. Enjoy!
Close Word when you are finished,...
A text box is just that, a box with text in it.
Text boxes are often used for
supplementary information.
They are very ...
 Click the Start Button at the bottom of the Desktop
Screen. Type “Libraries” in the search bar and click
Enter. Choose D...
When a text box is inserted, the Text Box
Tools tab appears.
This tab is available whenever a text box is
selected.
It ...
Use can also add Tables to a document as
a way presenting useful information.
 Place the cursor at the beginning of a Paragraph.
 Click Table in the Tables group on the Insert tab.
 Drag the pointe...
Two tabs are now available to manipulate
the table, Table Tools Design & Table
Tools Layout.
This is where the Spelling & Grammar
Command is found.
You can make corrections as you go along
entering text.
You can also perform the checking on an
entire document.
Automatic Error Correction
• Word will automatically correct a large number of
mistyped words.
• For example, when you ty...
Red Wavy Underlines
• Word flags words it does not recognize or this
might be misspelled with a wavy red line.
• When you...
Green Wavy Underline
• Word uses a green wavy underline to mark text it
thinks is grammatically incorrect.
• For some phr...
Blue Wavy Underline
• Blue wavy underlines are used on words that
Word thinks are incorrectly used.
 Open Word.
 Type the following: I went too the store.
When I got their, I bought a soda adn an
candy bar.
 Note that t...
 Click the Start Button at the bottom of the
Desktop Screen. Type “Libraries” in the
search bar and click Enter. Choose
D...
 The Spelling & Grammar dialog comes up. It
shows the portion of the text with the suspect
error.
 The top line indicate...
In the Suggestions: box it offers a
possible correct word or words.
If the offered word is correct, click Change.
The ch...
Some of the possible errors are not errors
at all.
You will need to examine the situation &
decide on the correct action...
Examine each dialog carefully. Making
corrections when needed.
When you are finished, close Word. Do
not save the docume...
Word can do some other style checking
that is not turned on by default.
You can easily turn on of this feature.
 Reopen Dear Nana Rose.
 Click the Office Button.
 Click Word Options (bottom of dialog).
 Click Proofing.
 In the gr...
Next click of Settings… - See the many
options in Grammar Settings dialog.
You can set many options. For now just
click ...
Click the Review tab.
Click Spelling & Grammar.
Notice that the first error is “Wordiness.”
Continue through the docum...
Inserting Dashes
• The Hyphen
 The Hyphen is used in word combinations like e-mail.
 It can be used if a word needs to ...
The En Dash
• The en dash is a slightly longer dash – like this.
• Word put it in automatically when you type a
hyphen or...
The Em Dash
• Often a phrase is offset within a sentence in text
with a long dash called an em dash.
• Word generates an ...
Page Break
• You can start a new page even if there is space
left on the page you are currently working on.
• To do this,...
Non-Break Space
• Sometimes two words need to be kept together &
you don’t want one of the words to end up on the
next li...
 For every command in Word, there is a Key
Tip.
 The Ribbon will light up with little letters or
numbers.
 You can do t...
 Launch Word.
 Press the Alt key. See the Key Tips on the
Ribbon.
 Press H. This gets you to the Home tab.
 Press R. T...
Senior Academy. (2008). Word 2007
Basics: An Introduction to Microsoft Office
Word 2007. Ludwig Keck.
Next class is Tues...
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  1. 1. Samantha TerBeest Willmar Public Library
  2. 2. Symbols Date & Time Pictures Drawings Word Art Text Boxes Tables
  3. 3. This tab provides commands & tools for inserting a variety of items into you document.
  4. 4. Sometimes you may need, Greek Symbols, Arrow, or mathematical signs These are not on the keyboard Symbols are found on the Insert Tab in the Symbols Group
  5. 5. In the Insert Tab, click Symbol in the Symbols Group. This will bring up a menu of symbols. If you do not see the one that want, click the More Symbols Option.
  6. 6. The function for inserting a date & time is located on the Insert Tab in the Text Group.
  7. 7. In the Insert Tab, click on Date & Time in the Text Group. A new window will appear & you can select the format you want. Then Click OK. Note: If you leave the Update Automatically Button Checked, the date & time will update.
  8. 8. This feature makes a word or letter larger than the rest of the text at the beginning of a paragraph much like you would see at the beginning of a chapter in a book.
  9. 9. Select a letter or word you want to have Dropped. On the Insert Tab in the Text Group, click Drop Cap. Select how you would like to drop the letter or word.
  10. 10. One can insert pictures, illustrations, clip art (pictures & illustrations already in Microsoft), shapes, and charts. These are all located on the Insert Tab in the Illustrations Group.
  11. 11.  Click the Start Button at the bottom of the Desktop Screen. Type “Libraries” in the search bar and click Enter. Choose Documents from the menu.  Double-click the WB_PracticeFiles folder to open it.  Double-click Rote Learning Improves Memory in Seniors.  Click at the end of the first small text paragraph.  Click the Insert Tab.  In the Illustrations group, click Picture. The Insert Picture dialog opens showing the Pictures folder contents.  In the navigation pane click Documents. In the contents pane, double-click WB_PracticeFiles, then double-click File Management, and finally double-click pictures. Find and click on galaxy.  Click Insert.
  12. 12. The picture is inserted & a new tab is added to the Ribbon. The new tab displays tools for managing the picture. Part 2 of the exercise will take place in the new tab.
  13. 13.  In the Size group, click on the Shape Width down arrow until the box show 3”.  In the Arrange group, click Text Wrapping.  In the drop-down menu, click Square. (Notice how the text is now wrapped around the picture on the right)  Click on the picture. (Notice the four-arrow pointer.)  Drag the picture a ways down & to the right. (Notice how text is wrapped all around the picture.)  In the Picture Styles group, move the pointer slowly over the little pictures. Click to display a gallery of more styles. When you find a style you like, click on it.
  14. 14. You can create a drawing in Word You can also add shapes • All the shapes can be changed in size, color, & other characteristics. • This is located on the Insert Tab in the Illustrations Group.
  15. 15.  Scroll down in the open document to fill the screen with blank lines. Use the Enter key if needed to make more blank lines.  On the Insert tab, in the Illustrations group click Shapes. A gallery of shapes opens.  In the Stars and Banners section, click on the first one Explosion 1.  Place the pointer, which is now a + shape, towards the left top. Drag (press & hold the left mouse button & move the mouse) towards the lower right. Notice how the shape is drawn and increased in size. The Drawing Tools tab appears with formatting options.  In the Shape Styles group, click Shape Outline.  In the gallery, click on Weight.  In the new menu, click 6 pt. The width of the lines gets wider.  Click Shape Fill.  Move the pointer slowly over the colors in the gallery and watch the shape being filled with different colors. When you get to one you like, click on it.  When you are finished close Word, do not save the file.
  16. 16. The Drawing Tools tab appears when you click on the drawing. It is not available when you are elsewhere in the document. The Scribble tool, , is used like a pencil. Use it for free-hand drawings.
  17. 17. Word allows you to modify the design & appearance of text with a set of tools called WordArt. You can use decorative text in signs, announcements, cards, & similar uses. You reach WordArt on the Insert tab in the Text group.
  18. 18.  Launch Word.  Click Center in the Paragraph group on the Home Tab.  Type: Announcement. Press Enter twice.  Type: We are having a Party! End the paragraph with Enter.  Select the first line.  Click WordArt in the Text group on the Insert tab.  Click on a style you like. The Edit WordArt Text dialog comes up.  In the Font: box, scroll down & click on Broadway.  In the Size: box, select 48.  Click OK. The text will be changed according to your selection.
  19. 19. The WordArt Tools tab, , appears whenever a WordArt item is selected. Here you can modify the text in many ways.
  20. 20. Have fun playing with the text. Select the second line & convert it to WordArt. Enjoy! Close Word when you are finished, no need to save.
  21. 21. A text box is just that, a box with text in it. Text boxes are often used for supplementary information. They are very popular in magazines.
  22. 22.  Click the Start Button at the bottom of the Desktop Screen. Type “Libraries” in the search bar and click Enter. Choose Documents from the menu.  Double-click the WB_PracticeFiles folder to open it.  Double-click Rote Learning Improves Memory in Seniors.  Click the Insert tab, then Text Box in the Text group. The Built-In text box gallery opens.  Select one of the designs & click on it.
  23. 23. When a text box is inserted, the Text Box Tools tab appears. This tab is available whenever a text box is selected. It provides an array of tools for modifying the text box.
  24. 24. Use can also add Tables to a document as a way presenting useful information.
  25. 25.  Place the cursor at the beginning of a Paragraph.  Click Table in the Tables group on the Insert tab.  Drag the pointer across the gallery to specify the number of columns & rows. As you do so the table will appear in the text & change according to the pointer position.  Release the pointer to complete the process.
  26. 26. Two tabs are now available to manipulate the table, Table Tools Design & Table Tools Layout.
  27. 27. This is where the Spelling & Grammar Command is found.
  28. 28. You can make corrections as you go along entering text. You can also perform the checking on an entire document.
  29. 29. Automatic Error Correction • Word will automatically correct a large number of mistyped words. • For example, when you type adn, it instantly corrects it to and.
  30. 30. Red Wavy Underlines • Word flags words it does not recognize or this might be misspelled with a wavy red line. • When you see a wavy red line, right-click on the word. • In the little menu, you will likely see the word you meant to use, just click it & the incorrect word will be replaced.
  31. 31. Green Wavy Underline • Word uses a green wavy underline to mark text it thinks is grammatically incorrect. • For some phrases it offers a revision, for others just an explanation of what it thinks might be wrong.
  32. 32. Blue Wavy Underline • Blue wavy underlines are used on words that Word thinks are incorrectly used.
  33. 33.  Open Word.  Type the following: I went too the store. When I got their, I bought a soda adn an candy bar.  Note that the word and was corrected immediately. Three others are marked.  Right-click on each underlined word in turn. Note the offered word in the menu. Click on the proper word to correct the text.  Close Word when you are done. Do not save the document.
  34. 34.  Click the Start Button at the bottom of the Desktop Screen. Type “Libraries” in the search bar and click Enter. Choose Documents from the menu.  Double-click the WB_PracticeFiles folder to open it.  Double-click Dear Nana Rose.  Click the Review tab.  Click Spelling & Grammar in the Proofing group.
  35. 35.  The Spelling & Grammar dialog comes up. It shows the portion of the text with the suspect error.  The top line indicates the possible error.  The first dialog reports: “Capitalization:”  The next one says “Not in Dictionary:” – this is a possible spelling error.  The text contains “Wateway” which should read “Waterway.”
  36. 36. In the Suggestions: box it offers a possible correct word or words. If the offered word is correct, click Change. The checking continues to the next possible error. Continue with the checking, making corrections as appropriate.
  37. 37. Some of the possible errors are not errors at all. You will need to examine the situation & decide on the correct action. Ignore Once may be the appropriate course.
  38. 38. Examine each dialog carefully. Making corrections when needed. When you are finished, close Word. Do not save the document.
  39. 39. Word can do some other style checking that is not turned on by default. You can easily turn on of this feature.
  40. 40.  Reopen Dear Nana Rose.  Click the Office Button.  Click Word Options (bottom of dialog).  Click Proofing.  In the group When correcting spelling and grammar in Word find Writing Styles: Click the next to Grammar Only & click on Grammar & Style in the little menu.
  41. 41. Next click of Settings… - See the many options in Grammar Settings dialog. You can set many options. For now just click OK. Click OK to close the Word Options dialog.
  42. 42. Click the Review tab. Click Spelling & Grammar. Notice that the first error is “Wordiness.” Continue through the document. When you are finished, close Word. Do not save the file.
  43. 43. Inserting Dashes • The Hyphen  The Hyphen is used in word combinations like e-mail.  It can be used if a word needs to be split, but Word does that automatically.  You use the Hyphen Key on the Keyboard to type it.
  44. 44. The En Dash • The en dash is a slightly longer dash – like this. • Word put it in automatically when you type a hyphen or two preceded & followed by a space. • To force this type of hyphen without typing two dashes, press Ctrl+Numpad-Minus. • If you do not have a a Numpad you can insert it from the Insert Tab in the Symbols Group.
  45. 45. The Em Dash • Often a phrase is offset within a sentence in text with a long dash called an em dash. • Word generates an em dash when you type two hyphens without spaces between text. • To force an em dash, use Alt+Ctrl+Numpad- minus. • You can also insert it from the Insert tab in the Symbols Group.
  46. 46. Page Break • You can start a new page even if there is space left on the page you are currently working on. • To do this, use Ctrl+Enter. Suppressing a Break • You may want to continue on the next line without starting a new paragraph. • This is used most often with bullet/numbered lists. • To continue to the next line, press Shift+Enter.
  47. 47. Non-Break Space • Sometimes two words need to be kept together & you don’t want one of the words to end up on the next line. • To stop this from happening, use Ctrl+Shift+Space. Non-Break Hyphen • This is when a hyphen is needed but you do not want the line to break on that hyphen. • Use Ctrl+Shift+Hyphen.
  48. 48.  For every command in Word, there is a Key Tip.  The Ribbon will light up with little letters or numbers.  You can do this by holding down the Alt key.  Press the letters or numbers on the screen to use certain commands.
  49. 49.  Launch Word.  Press the Alt key. See the Key Tips on the Ribbon.  Press H. This gets you to the Home tab.  Press R. The Find & Replace dialog pops up.  Close Word when you are finished experimenting.
  50. 50. Senior Academy. (2008). Word 2007 Basics: An Introduction to Microsoft Office Word 2007. Ludwig Keck. Next class is Tuesday, December 4th @ 11AM. We will be learning these tabs: Page Layout, View, & References.
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