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Name: Shina Marry A.

Ravelo Course: BSTM-1

EXERCISE #1

Selecting Font Name, Font Size and Font style


This is 8 point Arial

This is 10 point Times New Roman

This is 14 point Courier New

This is 16 point Lucida Sans Unicode

This is 18 point Commercial Script BT

This is 20 point Bookman Old Style

This is 30 point Monotype Corsiva


This is 35 point Verdana

Plain, Boldface, Italic, BoldItalic, Underline

Regular, Boldface, Italicizing, Underline

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Saint Joseph Institute of Technology Butuan City S.Y 2018-2019
Name: Shina Marry A. Ravelo Course: BSTM-1

EXERCISE #2

Setting Paragraph Alignment and line Spacing

ALIGNMENT

This paragraph is left aligned. All lines of the paragraph are aligned at the left margin.
Notice that the lines in this paragraph are uneven on the right. The left paragraph
Alignment button is selected (depressed) on the toolbar.

This paragraph is center aligned. All lines of the paragraph are centered between the
margin markers (at 0 and 6). The center paragraph alignment button is selected
(depressed) on the toolbar.

This paragraph is right aligned. All lines of the paragraph are aligned at the right at the
right margin. The right paragraph alignment button is selected (depressed) on the toolbar.

The paragraph is justified. Except for the last line, all lines of the paragraph run to the edge
of the right margin. There is not justified paragraph alignment button on the toolbar (use the
Paragraph dialog box to select this alignment.)

LINESPACING

In Work, there are number of spacing options for paragraph. Double click on the Between
Lines text box and enter your choice by typing a number (you do not have to type li
following the number.) This paragraph is single spaced, the default or Auto setting for
Works.

In Works, there are number of spacing options for paragraph. Double click on the Between
Lines text box and center your choice by typing a number (you do not have to type li
following the numbers. This paragraph is space at 1.5 lines.

In Work, there are numbers of spacing options for paragraph. Double click on the Between

Lines text box and enter your choice by typing a number (you do not have to type li

following the numbers). This paragraph space.

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Saint Joseph Institute of Technology Butuan City S.Y 2018-2019
Name: Shina Marry A. Ravelo Course: BSTM-1

EXERCISE #3

Setting Margins and Indention

Paragraph indents refer to the way lines of paragraph are set off from text in the rest of the
document. The margin makers for this paragraph are set at 0 in the left and 6 on the right.

This paragraph is indented on both the left and the right by


dragging the margin markers on the ruler. These new left
and right margin marker setting are shown on the ruler
because the insertion point is currently positioned in this
paragraph.

First -line indents refer to the way the first line of the paragraph is indented. When
the first-line indent marker is set as shown on the ruler for this document, pressing the Enter
key will position the insertion point a half inch inside the left margin- you do not have to
press the Tab key each time to start a new paragraph.

A hanging indent is another kind of the first-line that is useful when you are typing itemized
or number lists. When you use a hanging indent, the list line of a paragraph starts to
the left of the lines on the paragraph.

Microsoft Corporation, the largest company on the world dedicated


to creating computer software products to business and consumers
and has subsidiary offices in more than 60 countries. The company’s
Windows operating system for personal computers are the most
widely used operating system in the world. Microsoft has its
headquarters in Redmond, Washington.

Personal Computers (PC) are machines capable of performing


calculations and instructions quickly and repetitively.
Designed to be used by a single person at a time, a PC is
generally smaller, less expensive and easier to use than
workstations, which usually have more computational power
than a (PC). The PC on the other hand is generally larger and
more powerful than handheld computers, including personal
digital assistants (PDAs), and gaming devices.

Computer, machine that performs tasks, such as calculations or


electronic communication, under the control of set of instructions called a
program. Program usually resides within the computer and are retrieved and
processed by the computer’s electronics. The program results are stored or
routed to output devices, such as video display monitors or printers.
Computers perform a wide variety of activities reliably, accurately, and
quickly.

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Saint Joseph Institute of Technology Butuan City S.Y 2018-2019
Name: Shina Marry A. Ravelo Course: BSTM-1

EXERCISE #4

Insert Picture, WorldArt, Text Boxes, and AutoShapes

Monitor CPU

Keyboard Speaker Mouse

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Saint Joseph Institute of Technology Butuan City S.Y 2018-2019
Name: Shina Marry A. Ravelo Course: BSTM-1

EXERCISE #5
Bullets and Numbering
The Standard Keyboard Layout

1. The Alphanumeric Keys:


 the area of a keyboard that looks like a typewriter’s keys- arranged the same
the way on almost every keyboard;
 on a computer keyboard, the keys that include the letter of the alphabet,
numerals, and commonly used symbols;
 it includes 4 keys having special functions;
 TAB
 CAPSLOCK
 BACKSPACE
 ENTER
2. The Modifier Keys – keyboard keys that are used in conjunction with other keys to
execute a command. The IBM-PC keyboard includes:
 SHIFT
 CTRL (Control)
 ALT (Alternate)
3. The Numeric Keypad:
i. The part of a keyboard that looks and works like a calculator keypad; it has
10 digits and mathematical operators (+, *, -, and /).
ii. The numeric keypad also features a NUM LOCK key, which forces the
numeric keys to input numbers to input numbers. When NUM LOCK is
deactivated, the numeric keypad’s keys perform cursor-movement control
and other functions.
4. The Function Keys- the part of the keyboard that can be used to quickly activate
commands; which are labeled F1, F2 and so on, are usually arranged in a row along
the top of the keyboard.
5. The Cursor-Movement Keys- on a computer keyboard, the keys that direct the
movement of the on-screen cursor or insertion point. It lets you move around the
screen without using a mouse. It includes:
 UP
 DOWN
 LEFT
 RIGHT
 Home
 End
 Page Up
 Page Down
6. Special-Purpose Keys- in addition to five groups of the keys describe, all BM-
compatible keyboards feature eight-special purpose keys. Each of which performs a
unique function.
 START
 SHORTCUT
 ESCAPE
 PRINTSCREEN
 SCROLL LOCK
 PAUSE
 INSERT
 DELETE
FUNTIONS OF A MOUSE
 Pointing
 Clicking
 Double-Clicking
 Dragging
 Right-clicking

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Saint Joseph Institute of Technology Butuan City S.Y 2018-2019
Name: Shina Marry A. Ravelo Course: BSTM-1

EXERCISE #6
Creating Table

Records of Students with Lab Fines

Last Name First Name ID# Fine Date Date Pd

Tollerude Michael 415-92-2506 $5.00 9/24/94 9/25/94


Leifetz John 815-92-5925 $5.00 9/24/94
Meineke Sandra 519-69-9262 $1.50 9/25/94
Mosconi Salvarote 692-92-9221 $1.50 9/25/94
Perkins Martin 159-88-2692 $1.50 9/25/94 9/28/94
Randall Allen 691-60-0027 $5.00 9/25/94 9/27/94

SALES REPORT

As of March 31, 2006

January February March Qtr1


Sales 22,500 24,750 25,250 72,500
Cost of Goods 18,600 19,500 19,800 57,900
Gross Margins 3,900 5,250 5,450 14,600

Expenses 4,500 5,100 5,200 14,800


Net Income (600) 150 250 (200)

NORTHEASTER MINDANAO COLLEGES

Surigao City

Information Technology Department

Semestral Grade

School Year 2006-2007

Subject code: IT 101 Subject: Office Productivity Tools

Period Covered: June 13- October 4, 2007 Units: 4

Midterm Final Semestral Rating Remarks


grade Grade grade

Name 100 40% 100 60% 100%

Barreto, Claudene 96 32 97 65 97 1.50 Passed


Hermosa,Christine 91 30 87 58 88 2.00 Passed
Medved, Nanette 90 30 92 61 91 2.00 Passed
Miby, Sam 88 29 89 59 88 2.00 Passed
Morales, Vina 86 28 87 58 86 1.75 Passed

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Saint Joseph Institute of Technology Butuan City S.Y 2018-2019
Name: Shina Marry A. Ravelo Course: BSTM-1

EXERCISE #7
Subscripting, Superscripting, Inserting symbols and Change Case

1) 4(1/2)2 +12 (1/2) + 9 = 7 + 9


2) CH4(gas) + 202(gas) > co2(gas) + 2H2O(gas)
3) SO4 -2
4) y “or f” (x), D x 2 y or D x 2f(x), (d2y)/(dx2) or (d2f(x))/(dx2)
5) |b – a|
6) $100 = Php 5,250.75
7) Is 50 < 100? &20>48?
8) “Welcome to Microsoft Word”
9) [15{48*2}/2]
10) Hi! Hello.............;Good Morning!
11) €, ®, ©
12) ∞, §
13) ,♫, ,Ω,%
14) ~,⅝ ,√ ,§ ,¶
15) x,ƒ, ≠
16) IT fundamentals with Software Applications
17) It fundamentals with software applications
18) IT FUNDAMENTALS WITH SOFTWARE APPLICATIONS
19) It Fundamentals With Software Applications
20) It fUNDAMENTALS WITH sOFTWARE aPPLICATIONS

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Saint Joseph Institute of Technology Butuan City S.Y 2018-2019
Name: Shina Marry A. Ravelo Course: BSTM-1

EXERCISE # 8
Setting Headers and Footers, Columns, Borders and Shading

Life purpose SJIT HYMN

Leading and enabling the transformation (Lyrics and Music by: Justino R. Romea)
of the human person for the total human
systems and development.

Vision I ask you to join me sing this song

A dynamic and progressive institution of Of prayer for SJIT.


learning and change towards quality life
Born out of the mist of a beautiful dream,
Mission Nursed by the love of its founder.
As a learning community, we are Here I set my eyes to find my place in the
committed to: sun,
 Deliver quality education through Here I lift up to the skies my ambition
good leadership and management
with certified standards in To serve God and man.
curriculum and instruction:
 Practice creativity, resourcefulness So, dear Lord, in heaven,
with integrity and prudence: Bless my dear SJIT
 Produce professionals with passion
to serve: May it live forever, let us sing, let us pray.
 and, Develop the emotional and
physical wellness of earners,
faculty and staff.

We demonstrate:

Love for God, country and fellowmen with

Commitment and integrity for excellence in


the

Service to humanity

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Saint Joseph Institute of Technology Butuan City S.Y 2018-2019
Name: Shina Marry A. Ravelo Course: BSTM-1

EXERCISE # 9
Print Screen, Cut, Copy and Paste Functions

Save as Screen:

Print Screen:

Copying

Information Technology, processing and distribution of data using computer


hardware and software, telecommunications, and digital electronics.

Microsoft ® Encarta ® 2006. © 1993-2005 Microsoft Corporation. All rights


reserved.

Cutting

Microsoft ® Encarta ® 2006. © 1993-2005 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserve

Pasting

Information Technology, processing and distribution of data using computer


hardware and software, telecommunica=\tions, and digital electronics.

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Saint Joseph Institute of Technology Butuan City S.Y 2018-2019
Name: Shina Marry A. Ravelo Course: BSTM-1

EXERCISE #10
Inserting Chart and Diagram

Chart

East West North

100
90
90

80

70

60

50 45.9 46.9 46.9


43.9
38.6
40 34.6
30.6 31.6
30 27.4
20.4 20.4
20

10

0
1st Qtr 2nd Qtr 3rd Qtr 4th Qtr

1st Qtr 2nd Qtr 3rd Qtr 4th Qtr

East 20.4 27.4 90 20.4

West 30.6 38.6 34.6 31.6

North 45.9 46.9 46.9 43.9

Pyramid Diagram

TOP LEVEL
MANAGEMENT

MIDDLE LEVEL
MANAGERS

LOWER LEVEL
MANAGEMENT

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