• UNDERSTANDING AND UTILITY INSTALLATION TOOLINSTALLATION1. Close all programs.2. In Microsoft Windows, click the Start bu...
Trabajo en ingles[1]
Trabajo en ingles[1]
Trabajo en ingles[1]
Trabajo en ingles[1]
Trabajo en ingles[1]
Trabajo en ingles[1]
Trabajo en ingles[1]
Trabajo en ingles[1]
Trabajo en ingles[1]
Trabajo en ingles[1]
Trabajo en ingles[1]
Trabajo en ingles[1]
Trabajo en ingles[1]
Trabajo en ingles[1]
Trabajo en ingles[1]
Trabajo en ingles[1]
Trabajo en ingles[1]
Trabajo en ingles[1]
Trabajo en ingles[1]
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  1. 1. • UNDERSTANDING AND UTILITY INSTALLATION TOOLINSTALLATION1. Close all programs.2. In Microsoft Windows, click the Start button and then click Control Panel.3. Do one of the following:• Windows Vista Click Programs, and then click Installed Programs. Click the name of the edition or Microsoft Office program you want to change, and click Change. Note In Classic view, double-click Programs and then click Installed Programs. Click the name of the edition or Microsoft Office program you want to change, and click Change.• Microsoft Windows XP Click Add or Remove Programs and then click Change or Remove Programs. Click the name of the edition or Microsoft Office program you want to change, and then click Change. Note In Classic view, double-click Add / Remove Programs, click the name of the edition or Microsoft Office program you want to change, and click Change.4. In the Settings dialog box 2007 Microsoft Office System, click Add or Remove Features and then click Next.5. Click the custom installation options you want:• Click the plus sign (+) to expand a folder and see more features.• The symbol next to each feature indicates how it is installed by default. You can change the way it is installed if you click the icon and select another symbol of the list. Below are the symbols and their meanings:  Run from My Computer The feature will be installed and stored on disk when the installation is complete. Subfeatures not be installed or stored on disk.  Run all from my PC's features are installed and all sub-features, and stored on disk when the installation is complete.  Installed on First Use feature installed on the disk when you first start. At that time, you may need to access the CD or network server from which you performed the original installation. Perhaps this choice is not available for all features.  Not available feature is not installed, and that is not available.• If a property is sub-features, a symbol with white background indicates that the feature and all its sub-features have the same installation method. A symbol with a gray background indicates that the feature and its sub-features are a combination of methods of installation.• You can also use the keyboard to navigate through features and change the feature options. Use the UP ARROW and DOWN ARROW to select features. Use the RIGHT ARROW and LEFT ARROW to expand a function that contains one or more subfunctions. Use the LEFT ARROW key to getting an expanded role. When you select the function you want to change, press the SPACEBAR to display the installation options. Use the UP ARROW and DOWN ARROW to select the desired installation option, and then press ENTER.6. When you are done choosing the custom installation options you want, proceed as follows:• Click Update. This button appears if Setup detects an earlier version of the same Office program on your computer.• Click Install now. This button appears if Setup does not detect a previous version of the same Office program on your computer.UTILITYThe Microsoft Word for years, is the word processing tool used the world over. Millions of people use daily, although most did not even used 10% of its features.In fact, some years ago, Microsoft launched a campaign of feedback allowing users to suggest new features for the program, and found that most of the suggestions already existed within the program. It became clear and unquestionable reality: people do not know the extent of the functionality of Word.With that in mind, if you use Word for any purpose, it would be worthwhile to investigate its capabilities. Microsoft offers online assistance, but can be a bit tedious to review and read all the documents. Then enplenitud offers some tips for you to streamline your experiences with the most widely used word processor in the world. Use these keyboard shortcuts to navigate within the document:• The Home key moves the cursor to the beginning of the line.• End key moves the cursor to the end of the line.• CTRL + Home will bring the cursor at the beginning of the document.• CTRL + End move the cursor to the end.On the other hand, know that you can click and drag your mouse cursor over text to highlight or select text.Here are some additional ways to select text quickly:• To select a single word, double click in on it.• To select an entire paragraph, makes triple click inside the area bounded by it.• To select the entire document, press CTRL + E.Underlined text can also be copied, moved, replaced or removed:• CTRL + C will copy what you said.• CTRL + V insert or paste whatever you copied to a new location designated by the cursor. You can also replace a block of highlighted text.• Move the selected text by dragging it with the mouse cursor to the desired location. Underlined text will be removed from its original location.• Copy the highlighted text by pressing the CTRL key after selecting the text and, as you continue pressing the button, drag the cursor to the desired destination, and then releasing the cursor. A copy of the underlined text appears in the new location, while remains unchanged in its original position.• Delete the underlined text using the spacebar or the Delete key. For underlined text, the space bar deletes text to the left of the cursor and Delete does right.• To deselect text, click with the mouse anywhere on the page outside the selection area.• RECOGNITION FOR THE READERWe can also see in the screen, the toolbar in Word, you possess a range of functions and tools for use in your work according to our needs. And looks like this: As we see there are four major bullet on this bar: Home, Insert, Page Layout, References, Correspondence, Review, Vista and Accessories.If for example we use some of the features of page layout, we position ourselves in this frame and the bar will show the applications it contains.  Similarly, in the upper right corner of the toolbar, find three little buttons important that we recognize and know to work. These are in order from left to right: Minimize button, used to reduce the screen to a minimum, without closing the application. Restore button, used to return to the screen display such as we had at the beginning. This will be used if at some point we have reduced the screen and we have full screen as I was at home. Close button used to close a document or the entire application.• DESCRIPTION OF THE TABS LOCATED AT Ribbon.RibbonThe Ribbon is one of the novelties of this new version of the program, replacing the old menus of the program, using these options are carried out most of the operations carried out in Word. In this film are a number of options as a tab (or tabs), so original name appears all of them, and only an open or deployed with all the commands that results.Although it is also possible to minimize the Ribbon, so only show the names of each of the tabs, and to view its contents need to click on their name. To minimize the Ribbon can follow one of two ways:1. With the option that appears in the dropdown menu bar shortcuts.2. Putting us somewhere on the Ribbon, pressing the right mouse button a menu will appear in can make or uncheck the appropriate option to minimize the Ribbon, which is marked or not, depending on its current state.3. Double-clicking on the active tab on the Ribbon disappear remaining only the name of each of the chips. To re-appear on the Ribbon only have to re-click on the active tab.Within the Ribbon can distinguish different components:1. Chips.There are seven tabs sorted by their different contents: Home, Insert, Page Layout, References, Correspondence, Review and Vista.New tabs appear in addition to those listed above at the time in which these chips are necessary for our work. For example, a tab for tables when we are working with them, which will include all the commands you need, and will disappear when we are no longer working with them, always keeping seven tiles still we have discussed. 2. Groups.Within each of the tabs there are several groups of elements with a series of similar characteristics displayed by this group and framed grouped into rectangles. 3. Commands.Each of the different policy options within the program.The syntax of the menus in Word is:Dialog Box Launcher. This was called the little arrow in the lower right corner of some of the groups that appear in the Ribbon, which will allow me access to those options that appeared visible in the earlier version of Word and now appear hidden .Menu item with a filled arrowhead down. By clicking on this option will display another menu of Word. Menu item with a filled arrowhead to the right. These options appear in one of the above, and clicking on this option will display another menu of Word. (There are submenus) Options button. In this case the options that are available at all times be illuminated with an orange color in the background, moving the mouse over them to choose only have to click on them with the left mouse button. Options with a sensible left window. In this case the user can click on the box to the left of the option and activate an option on has a symbol of your payment. Contextual menus. Fast context menus or displayed by pressing the right mouse button, depending on the position of the mouse pointer will contain a menu or other options. You could say that the context menu has options that can be applied on the object or place in which we live. Mini toolbar.Word 2007 application allows me to have quick access to formatting commands using the Mini toolbar. This bar is displayed in a dimmed when I select the text you want to format, if we point the mouse pointer is mini bar, will be activated and can choose the options you wish to format the selected text. The fastest way to access the options of Word is to click the mouse on them. In case you wish to access the different options from the keyboard, you can press the ALT key, thus appear in the window on each of the commands available, a letter corresponds to the access to them through keyboard. Once we know the keys corresponding to each of these options, access to each of the keyboard must press the ALT key along with us at this time indicates the window.In the case of menus that appear in some of these options, simply press the ALT key along with underlined in each case.Another way to access the different options of the program is by pressing the F10 function key (on the computer keyboard) and navigate through the movement arrows (also on the computer keyboard) to access one of the options by pressing the key ENTER when we are about choice.The application allows us to include the commands that need tape options in the shortcut bar, in a very comfortable, putting icons on these commands and clicking the right mouse button, so you get a menu context in which we choose to add to the toolbar shortcuts.Moreover, each time you place your mouse pointer over any of the items in the window a few seconds appear a window explaining the functions of the element on which we stand.• GENERAL AND SPECIFIC OBJECTIVESGeneral Objectives- Acquiring competencies and skills necessary to start Word 2007.Specific Objectives-Meet and become acquainted with the then Office 2007 work-To acquire skills to create new documents, open existing documents and save documents"Acquiring competencies and skills for information about using the various programs of the same and see how other common elements in these programs, such as the use of clip art in documents and multimedia gallery."Understanding the common elements of programs the Office 2007 suite: adding properties to documents to identify them, search for documents through the dialog boxOpening and using the clipboard (both Windows and Office) for copying, cutting and pasting into documents.-To acquire the power to open and close Word, find the toolbar shortcut, Ribbon, contextual menus and status bar.-To acquire skills and competencies of editing documents in Word word processor, and to open and save documents.-Know the different ways to view a document in Word word processor, the types of views you can get from a document, zoom or division into two panels or windows."Know the ways to move through the text of a document from Word documents and acquire skills to select text in order to correct, delete or add text to a document or click function and type."Acquiring powers to amend the text of a word processor documentWord, using the-function copy, cut and paste or change the case. Make use of different types of fonts, attributes and color and how to copy formatting from one text to another."Knowing how to find and replace text in a document, review a text and include characters that are not on the keyboard by symbols.• Descriptives procedure (TOOLS GRAPHIC)STEPS TO ENTER AND LEAVE WORD 2007ENTER EXITWhen you want to finish the work with Word can use the Exit option from the File menu. We also can press the hotkey ALT + F4 or clicking on the title bar.Before returning to Windows, Word will save those documents have not been saved to disk, or which have been modified after the last recording.SAVE FILEDas clip on the icon of Microsoft and find the save icon and choose the desired format to save. OPEN WORD DOCUMENTSWe do the same procedure, but with the difference that we choose the icon and choose the document open to change, as shown in the image: Steps to insert WordArt StylesTo start click on the WordArt icon on the Insert menu, Picture. We can also find this icon on the Drawing Toolbar and WordArt Toolbar.Clicking on the icon you will see a dialog box with the WordArt gallery as we see here. Clicking will select the font that we like.   You'll see the following dialog box to enter text.If you have previously selected text will be necessary to type it in this dialog box. We can also choose the font size and text style.Pressing the OK button after typing "aulaClic courses, a WordArt graphic as shown in our text is inserted. STEPS TO WORK WITH BUTTON OFFICEThe user interface has been significantly redesigned in the following 2007 Microsoft Office system: Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access and Outlook (on windows of writing and reading). Microsoft Office Button replaces the File menu and is located in the upper left corner of these Microsoft Office programs.When you click the Microsoft Office button, you will see the same basic commands available in earlier versions of Microsoft Office to open, save and print the file.However, in the 2007 Office release, more commands are available, such as Finish and Publish. For example, in Word, Excel and PowerPoint, you select Finish, and click Inspect Document, you can search for hidden metadata or personal information of a file.In Microsoft Office Outlook 2007 to read or create a message, task, contact or calendar item, see the new Microsoft Office ButtonVIGNETTES AND SYMBOLS WORD 2007Lists: One or more levelsCreate a portfolio with a single level, or make a multilevel list to display lists within a list.When you create a bulleted or numbered list, do any of the following:• Use comfortable bullets and numbering libraries Use the default formats for bullets and numbering for lists, customize the list or select other formats in the libraries of bullets and numbering. • Format bullets or numbers to apply the bullets or numbers to different formats of text on a list. For example, click a number and change the color of the numbers for the whole list without making changes to the text of the list. Use pictures or symbols • Create a bulleted list of images to add visual interest to a document or Web page. Create a list of bulleted or numbered levelWord can automatically create bulleted and numbered lists as you type, or you can quickly add bullets or numbers to existing lines of text.Write a list of bulleted or numbered list1. Type * (asterisk) to start a bulleted list or 1. to start a numbered list, and then press the SPACEBAR or TAB key.2. Enter the text you want.3. Press ENTER to add the next item on the list.Word automatically inserts the next bullet or number.4. To finish the list, press ENTER twice, or press BACKSPACE to delete the last bullet or the last number of the list.If bullets and numbering do not start automatically1. Click the Microsoft Office button and then click Word Options.2. Click Review.3. Click AutoCorrect Options, then click the AutoFormat As You Type tab.4. Under Apply as you type, select the check boxes for Automatic bulleted lists and Automatic numbered lists.Add bullets or numbers to a list1. Select the items you want to add bullets or numbers.2. In the Paragraph group on the Home tab, click Bullets or Numbering. • Clicking on the arrow next to Bullets or Numbering on the Home tab, in the Paragraph group.• You can move an entire list to the left or right. Click on a bullet or number from the list and drag it to its new location. The entire list moves as you drag, but not change the levels of numbering.Separate items in a listYou can increase the space between the lines of all lists by clearing a check box.1. On the Home tab, in the Styles group, click the arrow next to Styles, and then click the right mouse button (mouse) in the Paragraph Style list. 2. Click Modify.3. In the Modify Style dialog box, click Format, and finally, in Para.4. Uncheck the Do not add space between paragraphs of same style.Convert a list of a level in a multilevel listYou can convert an existing list in a multilevel list changing the hierarchical level of the elements of the list.1. Click any item to be moved to a different level.2. In the Paragraph group on the Home tab, click the arrow next to Bullets or Numbering, click Change Level of view, and then the desired level. Choose the style gallery multilevel listYou can apply a style from the gallery to any multilevel list.1. Click an item in the list.2. In the Paragraph group on the Home tab, click the arrow next to Multilevel List. 3. Click the style multilevel list you want.STEPS TO FIT TYPE, STYLE, SIZE, ETC.Change text sizeIn Office Word 2007 can use the formatting options Mini toolbar to format text quickly. This toolbar appears automatically when you select text. It also appears with the menu when you select text and then clicking the right mouse button (mouse).1. Select the text you want to change and move the pointer to the Mini toolbar that appears on the selected text.2. Do one of the following:• To increase the text size, font Enlarge click. Or press CTRL + SHIFT +>.• To reduce the text size, click Shrink font or press CTRL + SHIFT + <. Note You can also specify a font size on the Home tab, in the Font group.Apply a predefined font themeThe fonts used in the document can be changed by selecting a new font theme. In this way, change the font of the title and text of the document in which they work.1. In the Themes group, the Page Layout tab, click Theme Fonts.  Note To change the font, colors and effects in your document, click Themes instead of Theme Fonts.2. Defaults, click the default font theme to use.Create a custom font theme1. In the Themes group, the Page Layout tab, click Theme Fonts.2. Click Create New Theme Fonts.3. Select the fonts and sizes you want to use the Font Source header and body.The sample is updated with the selected sources.4. In the Name box, type a name for the new font theme.5. Click Save.STEPS TO A TABLE FORMATTINGUse Table Styles to format an entire tableOnce you create a table, you can format the entire table using Table Styles. Placing the pointer over each of the styles preformatted table, you can preview the table will look.1. Click the table you want to format.2. Under Table Tools, click the Layout tab.3. In the Table Styles group, go placing the pointer over the table styles until you find the style you want. Note To see more styles, click the More arrow.4. Click a style to apply to the table.5. In the group table style options, select or clear the check box next to each of the items table to apply or remove the selected style.Add or remove bordersTo apply the desired format to the table can add or remove borders.Adding table borders1. Under Table Tools, click the Layout tab.2. In the Table group, click Select, and then click Select Table.3. Under Table Tools, click the Layout tab.4. In the Table Styles group, click Borders and do one of the following:• Click one of the predefined sets of edges.• Click Borders and Shading, then click the Borders tab, and then choose the options you want.Remove table borders of the entire table1. Under Table Tools, click the Layout tab.2. In the Table group, click Select, and then click Select Table.3. Under Table Tools, click the Layout tab.4. In the Table Styles group, click Borders and then click No Border.Add table borders only to specified cells1. In the Paragraph group on the Home tab, click Show / Hide. 2. Select the cells you want, including your cell end marks. 3. Under Table Tools, click the Layout tab.4. In the Table Styles group, click Borders and then on the edge to add.Remove table borders from specified cells only1. In the Paragraph group on the Home tab, click Show / Hide. 2. Select the cells you want, including your cell end marks. 3. Under Table Tools, click the Layout tab.4. In the Table Styles group, click Borders and then click No Border.Show or hide gridlinesThe grid lines on the screen show the limits of the table cells where this has applied edges. If you hide gridlines in a table including borders, will not change because the gridlines are behind the edges. To view the gridlines, remove the edges.Unlike borders, gridlines appear only on the screen and never prints. If you turn off the gridlines, the table appears as printed. Note Gridlines are not visible when the documents are in or Preview.Show or hide gridlines in a table in a document• Under Table Tools, on the Table group on the Design tab, click View Gridlines.Add a cell, row or columnAdd a cell1. Click a cell just to the right or on top of where you want to insert the cell.2. Under Table Tools, Design tab, click the Dialog Box Launcher rows and columns.3. Click one of the following:Click To perform this actionShift cells right Insert a cell and move to the right all the other cells in that row. Note This option can make you have a row with more cells than others.Shift cells down Insert a cell and move a row down the existing cells in that column. At the end of the table will add a new row to contain the last existing cell.Insert an entire row Insert a row just above the cell that was clicked.Insert Insert an entire column just to the right column of the cell that you clicked in the cell.Add row1. Click a cell just above or below which you want to add a row.2. Under Table Tools, click the Layout tab.3. Do one of the following:• To add a row just above the cell that was clicked within the Rows and Columns group, click Insert on the top.• To add a row just below the cell that was clicked within the Rows and Columns group, click Insert on the bottom.Add a column1. Click a cell just to the right or left of where you want to add a column.2. Under Table Tools, click the Layout tab.3. Do one of the following:• To add a column just to the left of the cell that was clicked within the Rows and Columns group, click Insert Left.• To add a column just to the right of the cell that was clicked within the Rows and Columns group, click Insert Right.Delete a cell, row or column1. Do one of the following:Follow this procedure to selectClick a cell on the left edge of the cell. .Click a row to the left of the row.Click a column on the top line of the grid or the top of the column.2. Under Table Tools, click the Layout tab.3. In the Rows & Columns group, click Delete, and then click Delete Cells, Delete Rows or Delete Columns, as appropriate.Merge or split cellsMerge CellsYou can join two or more cells in the same row or column in a single cell. For example, you can merge several cells horizontally to create a heading that spans several columns.1. Select the cells you want to join by clicking the left edge of a cell, hold down the button, drag the mouse (mouse) by the other cells to combine.2. Under Table Tools, on the Merge group on the Design tab, click Merge Cells.Split cells1. Click on a cell or select the cells to divide.2. Under Table Tools, on the Merge group on the Design tab, click Split Cells.3. Enter the number of columns or rows in which you want to split the selected cells.Repeat the title of a table on the following pagesWhen working with a large table, it is broken whenever there is one. You can make adjustments in the table for table headings repeat on each page.The repeated table headings are only displayed in the view and print the document.1. Select the row title. The selection should include the first row of the table.2. Under Table Tools in the Data group on the Design tab, click Heading Rows Repeat. Note Word automatically repeats table headings on each new page resulting from an automatic page break. Word does not repeat the title if you insert a manual page break within the table.Control where a table is dividedWhen working with a large table, it should be divided when a page break (page break: The point at which one page ends and another begins. Page breaks can be "automatic" (or soft) ie independently inserted by Microsoft Word, or "manual" (or hard) is forced by the user to appear in a specific location.). By default, if a page break in a big row, Microsoft Word allows the division of the row in the two pages.You can adjust the table to ensure that the information appears as you want when the table is spread over several pages.Prevent a table row is split between pages1. Click on the table.2. Under Table Tools, click the Layout tab.3. In the Table group, click Properties, then click the Row tab.4. Clear the check box Allow row to break across pages.Force the division of a table between pages in a particular row1. Click the row you want to appear on the next page.2. Press CTRL + ENTER.STEPS TO CHANGE character caseSource addresses and choose an icon to change to lowercase or uppercase and select the desired: STEPS TO SET THE PAGEClip on FILE, Page Setup Clip, Set the desired settings eg  Apply to entire document or hereafterSTEPS TO DRIVE AN EQUATIONInsert an equation1. Click where you want the equation.2. On the Insert menu, click Object, and then click the Create New tab.3. In the Object Type box, click Microsoft Equation 3.0.4. Click OK.5. To create the equation, select the symbols of the equation toolbar and type the variables and numbers needed. In the top row of the Equation toolbar, you can choose from more than 150 mathematical symbols. In the bottom row, you can choose from a large number of templates or models that contain symbols such as fractions, integrals and summations.If you need help, click Help Topics Equation help menu.6. To return to Word, click the Word document.Note If not available the Microsoft Equation Editor, you may need to install it. How to install the Equation Editor (see below).STEPS TO INSERT A CHARTThe charts, graphs are compounds, which are grouped according to a hierarchy level to represent the parts of a whole. To create do the following:1. On the Insert menu choose the object2. Will activate the dialog box to insert the object in the Object Type: Choose MS Organization Chart 20.3. Click OK and activate the main window of Microsoft Organization Chart, which has its own elements and tools to make charts.4. Since the structure is presented in the chart template can be designed, for example, to add a title:5. Right clip on the chart title and type the title.6. Right clip on the table, write here the name EJ Manager.7. Hit enter and press delete (delete) to delete the second line of the table.8. Enter in the same way the texts in the other tables and then clip the outside of the structure to finish editing.9. To add pictures, you can use the toolbar as follows:10. To add pictures wizard-press assistant, from the toolbar and move to the area of the chart, notice that the mouse pointer changes appearance. Right clip on the frame and automatically display the type box Wizard11. Note: Repeat this process when making a subordinate or colleague12. Once the preparation of the chart and insert it into the slide:13. Pull down the File menu and choose Close and Return __________., Press yes, the message displayed and see the chart inserted as an object on the slide.14. Clip EDITION15. SELECT Highlight, Clip in ALL16. TABLE Clip: Lets put color, shadow, border style, border color, line style border.17. Clip TEXT: You can position, font, color, align left, right, center.18. Clip Style: Allows you to place and change the style of your chart.19. ARCHIVE Clip: Lets put a new organization, open, close and re-__________doc., Update keys doc., Save copy as, again, leave and re a____________ doc20. VIEW Clip: Lets put the organization in view, the current 50%, actual size, 200% of the current, and adjust the window and hide and display the drawing tools.21. LINES Clip: Lets put: width, style, and color of the lines.22. CHART Clip: Allows the background color.23. WINDOW Clip: Allows you to place the window cascade and mosaic24. HELP Clip: Lets go for help.STEPS TO PRINT A FILEPrint part or all of a document Print a range of pages1. On the File menu, click Print.2. Under Page range, specify the part of the document to print.If you click Pages, you must also specify the number or range of pages to print, or both. Note You can also select the portion of the document to print. Click the Print command from the File menu and then click Select. Print only odd or even pages1. On the File menu, click Print.2. In the Print only, click Odd Pages or Even Pages. Print specific pages and sectionsYou can print specific pages, one or more sections (section: A portion of a document which sets certain page formatting options. You can create a new section when you want to change such properties as line numbering, number of columns, or headers and footers.) or a page range that spans several sections.1. On the File menu, click Print.2. Under Page range, click Pages.3. In the Pages box, type instructions to print one of the following options: Several pagesEnter page numbers separated by commas. Enter the page ranges with a hyphen page numbers start and end of the range.For example, to print pages 2, 4, 5, 6 and 8, type 2,4-6,8 A range of pages within a sectionType p page number s section number.For example, to print pages 5 through 7 in Section 3, type p5s3-p7s3 An entire sectionType s section number.For example, type s3 Sauteed SectionsType the section numbers separated by commas.For example, type s3, s5 A range of pages that cover several sectionsWrite a range of page numbers along with the section numbers to which they belong, with a dash separating the first and last numbers in the range.UMARCA STEPS TO DRIVE WATER AND FRAMES TO DOCUMENTHow to create a watermarkA watermark, as defined in this article, is any text or graphic image that is printed to overlap existing text in a document in the background or foreground. For example, a logo printed lightly behind a letter or the word "Confidential" printed lightly in a contract can be considered a watermark. Some limits on the type of text most widely used are:• Confidential• Paid• DraftThe methods in this article describe how to create a watermark using the following features:• Drawing features• A text box• WordArtTo print a watermark on each page of a document, insert the watermark in a header or footer. To print a watermark on only one page of a document, place the insertion point in the body of the document where you want printed and then use one of the methods described in this article.To view a watermark as it will appear on the printed page, click Print Layout (Page Layout in Word 97) on the View menu or click Print Preview on the File menu.To format graphics properties or attributes, see How to Format a Graphic Image's Properties of this article.If the watermark affects the readability of text on the page, you can lighten the object you used to create the watermark. See How to Lighten the Watermark Color section of this article.Use the following information to determine the best method to use to create the watermark:• Use Method 1: Use the Drawing Features if you want to insert a graphic image or picture.• Use Method 2: Use a Text Box if you want to use text as the watermark with no or limited rotational capacity.• Use Method 3: Use WordArt if you want to use text as the watermark and you want to rotate text at any angle of rotation. This is the only method that allows full rotation of text.COMMENTS ON STEPS TO INSERT DOCUMENTAdd a commentYou can write comments. In such teams Tablet PC (Tablet PC computer that runs Windows XP Tablet PC Edition of Microsoft. With Tablet PC, you can write directly on the screen with a tablet pen and use it to perform the functions of mouse . Also known as a tablet computer.) you can add voice comments or comments manuscripts.Write a comment1. Select the text or item you wish to comment or click at the end of the text.2. In the Comments group on the Review tab, click New Comment. 3. Enter the text of the comment in the comment balloon or in the Reviewing Pane. Note To respond to a comment, click the balloon, and then click the New Comment command in the Comments group. Write the answer in the new comment balloon.Insert a voice commentIf the computer is a Tablet PC, you can record voice memos. These comments will be added as sound objects inside comment balloons.To add a voice comment for the first time, you need to add the Insert Voice command to the toolbar shortcuts.1. Click the Microsoft Office button and then click Word Options.2. Click Customize.3. In the Choose commands from list, select All Commands.4. In the Commands list, click Insert Voice, and then click Add.To add a voice comment to the document, do the following:1. In the toolbar shortcut, click Insert Voice.2. In the dialog box that opens, click the Start button and record your voice comment.3. When you finish recording the comment, press the stop button and close the dialog box.4. If Microsoft Office Word displays a message asking you to update the sound object, click Yes.To hear the recorded comment, click the right mouse button (mouse) in the comment balloon, select Document Object Sound Recorder, and then click Play. Note For more information on how to record and edit sound objects, see the sound card and microphone.Add a comment manuscriptIf the computer is a Tablet PC, you can add handwritten comments in documents. The ink is added and displayed in balloons.1. In the Comments group on the Review tab, click New Comment. 2. Write your comment in the comment balloon.STEPS TO WORK WITH PICTURES OF TEXTSA text box in a text container that can be moved and resized and displayed in the report design. Text boxes can be moved anywhere in the design area. The text of a text box is automatically adjusted, however, need to resize the text box to accommodate the text. Text boxes can only contain text and do not support the application of special effects, however, you can format the text box and its contents. All designs in Report Builder reports contain two text boxes by default following: Title and Description of the filter. The design of the table report also contains a text box Total of rows. In addition, you can add to the report an unlimited number of additional text boxes and move them anywhere in the design area. I can not add hyperlinks to a text box.Title text boxBy default, each report layout has a title text box in which you can write the title of the report. The text box is located above the main body of the report, but can be moved to another location within the area of design. By default, text is in Arial 18 point, bold, flush left, but these formatting options can be modified.Total text box rowThe text box only appears Total rows in a table report layout. The content of the text box automatically updates to show the number of rows returned in the table when you run the report. The text box is located under the table by default, but can be moved or deleted. The text box can not be changed, but the format itself.Description text box filterDescription text box of the filter appears in all report designs. The content of the text box automatically updates to show the redefinition of the filter when it is applied to the report. The text box is located at the bottom of the report by default, but can be moved or deleted. The text box can not be changed, but the format itself. Failure to apply any filter to the report, the description of the filter does not appear in the report to run.SOFTWARE TO REPLACE MICROSOFT OFFICESun acquired StarOffice in 1999 the company Germanic StarDivision and in 2000 published the open source version of OpenOffice.org renamed under the GNU LGPL and SISSL, thus helping the free software movement. It is similar to the Microsoft Office suite is platform and standards-based OpenDocument. OpenDocument was approved as an OASIS standard on May 1, 2005. Also was published on 30 November 2006 through ISO / IEC as ISO / IEC 26300:2006 Open Document Format for Office Applications (OpenDocument) v1.0. Moreover, the version 1.1 of the specification was adopted on October 25, 2006 by the OASIS standardization committee.StarOffice continues to exist as a proprietary commercial product development based in OpenOffice.org. Its advantages are self service and support from Sun, plus the availability of extensive documentation and a wide variety of fonts, templates and plugins.<br />

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