wraps text to the next line automatically as youtype, without pressing Enter.
a feature in Word that automatically corrects certain words as they are being keyed (typed)
Automatic Spell Checker
a feature in Word that automatically inserts a wavy red line below words that are not contained in the Spelling dictionary or automatically corrrected by AutoCorrect.
Automatic Grammar Check
a feature in Word that detects a sentence contiaing a grammatical error. A wavy green line is inserted below the sentence or word.
inderts an entire item when you type a few identifying characters
New Line Command
If you want to move the insertion point down to the next line without including the additional 10 points of spacing, use the New Line command Shift+Enter.
Saving a Document
a variety of methods can be used: Clicking the Save button on the Quick Access toolbar; clicking the Office button and then clicking Save As at the drop-down list; using the keyboard shortcut Ctrl+S. The first two methods will display the Save As dialog. See pg 7-8
Naming a Document
the user can type up to 255 characters in length. There are certain characters that cannot be included in the name - see pg.8
Printing a Document
to create a "hard copy" of a document it can be accomplished by simply clicking the Quick Print button on the Quick Access toolbar or by clicking the Office button and the clicking Print, or by pressing Ctrl+P.
Closing a Document
means to remove it from the screen.To do this you may click on the Close option by clicking the Office button or CTRl+F4.
Creating a New Document
by clicking the New button on the Quick Access toolbar or Ctrl+N.
Opening a Document
by clicking the Open button on the Quick Access toolbar or Ctrl+O.
retains documents inthe recently documents displayed list by clicking the pin button in the Office button.
by clicking Office button and then Exit, or clicking the close ("x") button
Editing a Document-
Means to change the actual text. (change/fix words)
allow the user to view various parts of the document. There are different ways you can scroll your document. (see pg. 13)
Moving the Insertion Point with the Keyboard-
by using the arrow keys located to the right of the regular keyboard (see pg. 14)
Inserting and Deleting Text (default)-
can be done by simple positioning the insertion point where you want the inserted text to appear. Word will move the existing characters to the right as youkey additonal text (see pg. 16 Table 1.3)
Inserting Text (Overtype mode)-
press the Insert key- the existing text is replaced as keys are pressed. When Overtype (OVR) is on, the button on the Status bar will display in black
Selecting w/the Mouse-
you can use the mouse to select a word, line, sentence, paragraph, or the entire document. See Table 1.4 on page 17.
Selecting w/the Keyboard-
use Selection Mode by pressing the F8 function key.
Undo and Redo buttons-
Undo is used to undo the just deleted or formatted text; Redo is used to redo something that has been undone with the Undo button... on the Quick Access toolbar.
Contains information about Word features and commands.Click the MS Office Word Help button (the circle with the mark) located in the upper right corner of the screen or press the keyboard shortcut F1 to display the Word Help window.
PROOFREADING MARKS- APPENDIX A PG. 823
MEMO FORMAT - APPENDIX B PG. 824
BUISNESS LETTER FORMAT - APPENDIX C PG. 825
QUICK ACCESS TOOLBAR
contains commands for commonly use functions. on top, right to Office button, pic representation.
contains commands and features orgainzed into groups. (under quick access toolbar, seperated by fuction titles Ex. Home, Insert, Page Layout)
area containing the tabs and commands divided into groups. ( everything on top minus the Office button and Access toolbar, and ruler)
displays number of pages and words, View buttons, and the Zoom slider bar.