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Creating and displaying

documents
Module 2

Instructor Materials for Course 70158: Microsoft Word 2013 Essentials


Aligned with Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) exam 77-418: Microsoft Word 2013
Modul
Learning, practice, and e

assessments 2
Lesson 2: Creating and opening documents
Lesson 3: Viewing documents in different
ways
Project: Explore a document and create a
report
Quiz
Creating and opening Lesson

documents 2
Create new blank documents
Create new documents by using templates
Open non-native files in Word
Open PDF files in Word for editing
Terminology
file format
file extension
template
native file
PDF
Lecture
Discussion
Question
From what sources can you access pre-
populated document templates?
Question
What kinds of files can you open and edit
in
Word 2013?
Question
Why might you want to open a document
from within Word instead of from File
Explorer?
Question
For what purpose might you create a
document template?
Question
What types of documents have you
created by using templates?
Lesson
Objective review
2
Create new blank documents
Create new documents by using templates
Open non-native files in Word
Open PDF files in Word for editing
Viewing documents in Lesson

different ways 3
Move around in a document
Change document views
Change magnification levels
Split the window
Show and hide formatting symbols
Terminology
cursor
scroll bar
keyboard shortcut
view
Lecture
Discussion
Question
What methods can you use to move
around in a document without using a
mouse?
Question
Why would you display a document in Web
Layout view?
Question
Which view would you use to minimize
user interface elements while reviewing a
document?
Question
What methods can you use in Word and in
Windows to change the size at which
document content is displayed?
Question
What is an example of a way that you
might use the Split Window feature?
Lesson
Objective review
3
Move around in a document
Change document views
Change magnification levels
Split the window
Show and hide formatting symbols
Project
Explore a document and
create a report 2
Complete the Student Project for this
module
You may work in a group, but you are
responsible for your own work
Turn in the completed assignment for
review
Quiz
Question
Which methods can you use to navigate
through a document? (Choose all that apply.)
Press the arrow keys.
Press a keyboard shortcut.
Press the Page Up and Page Down keys.
Click a command on a document page context menu.
Question
Which method can you use to open an existing
document?
Press Ctrl+0 (zero).
Click the Open link in the Backstage view.
Click the Open button on the default Quick Access Toolbar.
Click the Open button on the default Home tab of the ribbon.
Question
To quickly move to the beginning of a
document, press Ctrl+Up Arrow.
True
False
Question
Which preconfigured zoom settings are
available in a Word 2013 document? (Choose all
that apply.)
All Pages
One Page
Page Width
Text Width
Question
Which of the following file types can you open
and edit in Word 2013? (Choose all that apply.)
Excel 2013 workbooks
image files
plain text files
webpages
Quiz review
Which of the following methods can you use to navigate through a document?
Press the arrow keys.
Press a keyboard shortcut.
Press the Page Up and Page Down keys.
Which method can you use to open an existing document?
Click the Open link in the Backstage view.
To quickly move to the beginning of a document, press Ctrl+Up Arrow.
False
Which preconfigured zoom settings are available in a Word 2013 document?
One Page
Page Width
Which of the following file types can you open and edit in Word 2013?
plain text files
webpages
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