MS Word Window Elements


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A presentation about the MS Word Window elements

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MS Word Window Elements

  1. 1. Identifies the current application program; shows the filename of the current document. Control Menu Minimize Button Restore Button Close/Exit Button Maximize Button Name of the current application program Filename of the current document
  2. 2. Contains lists of all the Word commands. Type a Question for HelpClose Document Window
  3. 3. Contains buttons to activate frequently used commands such as saving and opening files, printing and creating new files, etc. Creates a New DocumentOpens a Saved DocumentSaves a Document Permission (unresticted access to documents on the Internet) Creates E-mailPrints an active DocumentPrint PreviewSpelling and GrammarResearchCutCopyPastePaintbrushUndoRedoInsert a HyperlinkTables & BordersInsert TableInsert Microsoft Excel WorksheetColumnsShow/Hide Drawing ToolbarDocument MapShow/Hide Paragraph SymbolZoom Microsoft Word HelpReadToolbar Options
  4. 4. Contains buttons to activate common font and paragraph formatting commands. Styles and FormattingStyle Font Font SizeBoldItalicsUnderlineLeft AlignCenterRight AlignJustifyLine SpcacingNumberingBulletsDecrease IndentIncrease IndentOutside BorderHighlightFont ColorToolbar Options
  5. 5. Adjusts margins, tabs, and column widths.
  6. 6. Contains tab-stop alignment styles.
  7. 7. Shifts text vertically and horizontally on the screen so you can see different parts of the document.
  8. 8. Switch the document between five different views: normal view, web layout view, print layout view, outline view and reading layout view.
  9. 9. Contains buttons for drawing objects, images or pictures. Draw ButtonSelect ObjectsCustomized Shapes/ Predefined Shapes LineLine w/ Arrow HeadRectangleOvalText BoxWord ArtInserting Diagram or Organizational Chart Insert ClipartInsert PictureFill ColorLine ColorFont ColorLine StyleDash Style Arrow StyleShadow Style3-D StyleToolbar Options
  10. 10. Provides information regarding the location of the insertion point.
  11. 11. Helps you complete other tasks, for example: determining the content of the clipboard, etc.
  12. 12. The blank space in the left margin area of the document window.