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Lesson 11::

Lesson

Microsoft

Microsoft Word

Word 2003

2003//2002

2002

for

for Windows

Windows

Microsoft

Microsoft Word

Word

Use to create professional-looking

documents such as letters, papers,

Microsoft Microsoft Word Word • Use to create professional-looking documents such as letters, papers, reports and

reports and booklets.

Opening Microsoft

Opening

Microsoft Word

Word

Click the start button.

Point to Programs

Point to Microsoft Office

Click Microsoft Word

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Basic Parts
Parts ofof Microsoft
Microsoft Word
Word 2003
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Basic

Basic Parts

Parts ofof Microsoft

Microsoft Word

Word

1.Control Menu – window

control

the

application

2.Title Bar

display

the

name

of

the

application

and

or

the

name

of

the

document. 3.Menu Bar – display the menus available for the program. It is compose of different commands. 4.Standard Toolbar – provide shortcuts to menu commands 5.Formatting Toolbar – provide shortcuts to formatting commands 6.Ruler – used to change the format of your

7.Status Bar – display necessary information about the document you are working like the page number, number of pages and the location of the cursor

8.Task Pane – displays links to commands like creating new documents, opening existing documents and for guides or tutorial in using Microsoft word

9.Minimize Button – hides the window of Microsoft word to the task bar.

10.Maximize/Restore – stretch the window to full screen or restore the window of Microsoft word to its original size and location in the screen

11.Close – use to close the program

12.Text Area – area where you can enter or nt

t

r d

m

Exiting Word

Exiting

Word

Click File.

Click Exit, which can be found at the

bottom of the drop-down menu.

If you have entered text, you will be

prompted: "Do

changes

"Do you

you want

want toto save

save

changes toto Document1?"

Document1?" To save your

changes, click Yes. Otherwise, click

No.

Specify the correct folder in the Save In

box.

Name your file by typing lesson1.doc

in the File Name field.

Click Save.

Menu Bar

Menu

Bar

• • •

Begins with

with

the word

File and continues

Edit, View, Insert, Format,

Tools,

Table, Window, and Help.

We use the menus to give instructions to the software.

To select an option, click

the option or use the

arrow keys to move to

the option on the drop-

down menu and press

Enter.

An ellipse or a right

arrow after a menu

item signifies

additional options; if

you select that menu

item, a dialog box

appears.

Items in gray are not

• To select an option, click the option or use the arrow keys to move to

Exercise 11

Exercise

Click File on the Menu bar.

Press the right arrow key until Help is

highlighted.

Press the left arrow key until Format is

highlighted.

Press the down arrow key until Styles

and Formatting are highlighted.

Press the up arrow key until Paragraph

is highlighted.

Press Enter to select the Paragraph

menu option.

  • 11 Click Cancel to close the dialog box.