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  • 1. Microsoft Word Class Two Editing and Saving to Folders 07/26/11
  • 2. Starting Word
    • 1. Double Click the Microsoft Word Icon on your screen
    • Views – allows you to see formatting or how the document will look printed.
    • Print Layout
    • Full Screen Reading
    • Web Layout
    • Outline
    • Draft
  • 4. Changing Views
    • 1. On the Menu Bar, Click View
    • Click Print Layout
    • Click Full Screen Reading
    • Click Web Layout
    • Click Outline
    • Click Draft
  • 5. Print Layout View
    • Notice that this layout looks like a piece of standard paper.
    • Circled are the margins.
    • In Word the default margins are
    • 1.25 inches on the top, bottom and sides.
    • Next we will learn how to change the margins.
  • 6. Lab 2: Changing Margins
    • 1. Click Page Layout 2. Click Margins
  • 7. Lab 3: How to add a Header and Footer
    • Header is for adding page numbers or titles to each page: example: Financial Report or Chapter 1
    • Footer is for adding footnotes, notes, page numbers etc.
    • Example: See page 23 or bibliographic reference.
    • Click on Insert
    • Click Header and Footer
  • 8. Lab 4: Adding a Header & Footer
    • Click in the box at the top of the page that says header. Choose the Header you want. The same thing goes for the Footer.
  • 9. Lab: 5 Paper Size
    • Click Page Layout
    • Click Size
    • Click the size you want
    • Click Page Layout
    • Click Orientation
    • Click Portrait or Landscape
  • 10. Changing Font
    • Font – is how the printed text looks.
    • The default font is Times New Roman.
    • It looks like a typewriter print.
    • But there are over a 100 different fonts you can choose.
  • 11. Changing Size
  • 12. Changing Font Style: Bold, Underline, Italics
    • Bold: Text in a darker, wider style, used for emphasis.
    • Underline: Text with a line under it. Used for titles or emphasis
    • Italics: Text with a slant to the right, used for emphasis.
  • 13. Lab 8: Changing Font Style
    • Press Enter
    • Make sure your font is Arial and
    • size is 20
    • Click the B by the font size.
    • Type: I like to read books!
    • Press Enter
    • Click the B by the font size to take bold off. (notice the B doesn’t have a black square around it, this is how all of the options work)
    • Click the U by the B and I
    • Type: I really like to read books!
    • Press Enter
    • Click the U again to take off underline
    • Click the I for Italics.
    • Type: I think books are great!
    • Click the B and the U
    • Type: Libraries are great!
    • Notice the last sentence is in all three formats
  • 14. Editing Text: Centering, Left and Right
    • Word allows you to type text in the center of the page automatically, or type left or right justified.
    • Just like a typewriter, Word can allow you to begin your text on one side or the other or in the center.
  • 15. Bullets and Lists
    • Word can create numbered lists or bulleted lists.
    • You can click the numbering shortcut button or the bullet shortcut button to create lists.
  • 16. Lab: Creating Lists
    • Click the new button to start a new document.
    • Type: Library
    • Press Enter on keyboard
    • Click the numbering button located on the formatting toolbar. (see picture top left, left red arrow)
    • Type: Books
    • Press Enter on keyboard
    • Type: CDs
    • Press Enter on keyboard
    • Type: DVDs
    • Press Enter
    • To take off numbering or bulleting, click the numbering or bulleting shortcut button or press Backspace.
    • Try the next lists to your right to see if you can create the lists.
  • 17. Saving in Folders
    • Word allows you to create new folders as you save.
  • 18. Lab 12: Saving into a new folder
    • 1 . Click File
    • 2. Click Save As
    • 3. Click Create Folder icon (Looks like folder that has a shining star on the top right corner) is on top of the Save As window. (if you put your mouse on it without clicking it says create folder)
    • 4. Type folder name: Library
    • 5. Click OK
    • Notice the Save in: says Library
    • 6. Click Save button on the right.
    • 7. Click File
    • 8. Click Close
    • Let’s close all the files we have opened.
    • 1. Click File, Click Close, click No (to do you want to save your changes)
  • 19. Questions?
    • We covered a lot today. We learned editing and saving with folders.
    • Next week will learn about how to set up pages and spell checker, type letters and resumes