Slide 1: WORD PROCESSING INTRODUCTION TO WORD PROCESSING : INTRODUCTION TO WORD PROCESSING Word Processing : Creation, editing, and/or printing of documents and texts by means of computer systems.
Features and advantages :
Editing is possible before printing
Data can be made attractive by formatting, such as bold, italic, underline and many more.
Documents can easily be send electronically
Spell-check feature is provided Slide 3: Application areas of word processing :
Business - Legal Copies, Letterheads, Letters, Memos, Circulars etc.
Education - To develop word processing skills from the very beginning
Home - Dealing with assignments being completed at home, or occasionally recreational ex. Maintaining diary Introduction to parts of a word window : Introduction to parts of a word window Below is the table, describing parts of Word Windows: : Below is the table, describing parts of Word Windows: Basic Tasks in WORD : : Basic Tasks in WORD : Slide 8: Copying a block to another file :
Select text >> Click Edit >> Copy >> Move cursor to the location in another file, where that selected block is to be pasted >> Click Edit >> Paste
Newspaper Style Columns :
Select text >> Click Format >> Columns >> Enter number of columns >> Click ok
Headers and Footers :
A text or graphics usually printed on top or bottom of every page in document.
Step : View>>Header and Footer(Shortcut - Alt+V+H) Slide 9: Finding Text :
It is a feature used to find specific word or phrase. Step Edit>>Find(Shortcut - Ctrl+F)
Setting Up Printers :
Click Start menu on desktop
Click Printers and Faxes
Right click the printer which you want to save as default Pinter and select Set As Default Printer Slide 10: Printing the document file :
Step : File>>Print(Shortcut - Ctrl+P)
Insert clip art
Step : Insert>>Picture>>Clip Art
Step : Select data>>Insert>>Chart
A chart wizard opens giving different options to the user, specify the requirement and click Next, repeat the process and finally click Finish.
Using Macros :
A macro is a set of computer instructions that you can record and associate with a shortcut key combination or a macro name. Whenever shortcut key combination is pressed or macro name is clicked, your computer program carries out the instructions of the macro. Advantage : Saves time. Tables : Tables Mail Merge : Mail Merge Mail Merge deals with three elements : Main document, List – Names and Address details of recipients, and the final document
Main document contains information which is identical in each copy. And the placeholders for the unique data which will be different for each copy (Ex. Name & Address) as shown in figure.
List is the database of recipients which can be imported from excel or created and saved in word only so that this information can be merged in the document as shown in figures
As mail merge is finished, a set of individual
documents is obtained, each with identical
data but different data in
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