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Lecture About MS-Word

Lecture About MS-Word



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Ms Word For Class 6
A and 6
By Qasim SulemanLecture 1 and Lecture 2
Also Use your Computer Book for Help
What is Computer:
Compute is an electronic device which accept data as input, process on it and give usinformation as output.
can be generally classified by size and power as follows, though there isconsiderable overlap:
Personal computer
A small, single-user computer based on amicroprocessor. In addition to the microprocessor, apersonal computerhas a keyboard for entering data, a monitor for displaying information,and a storage device for saving data.
A powerful, single-user computer. A workstation is likea personal computer, but it has a more powerful microprocessor and ahigher-qualitymonitor.
A multi-user computer capable of supporting from 10to hundreds of users simultaneously.
A powerful multi-user computer capable of supportingmany hundreds or thousands of users simultaneously.
Super computer
An extremely fast computer that can performhundreds of millions of instructions per second.
 Introduction into Microsoft Word 
Microsoft Word is a powerful tool to create professional looking documents.
Starting and Exiting Word for Windows:
Click on Start
Slide up to Programs
Click on Microsoft Word
Click on File
Minimize Word:
Start Word
Click on the Minimize Button (underscored box)
Click on Microsoft Word in the Taskbar.
Minimize a Document:
Click on the Minimize Button (the second and lower set of buttons.) 
Click on the Maximize Button (returns the document to its original size.)
Click on the Close Button (X) (closes the document.)
Creating A New Document 
1.Click on File2.Select New
To create a blank document, simply select
Blank Document
. Tocreate a document based on one of the templates provided in MicrosoftWord, select which one you would like to create and select
Saving a document:
Click on File and then Save.
Type in a file name and select a drive and maybe a folder.
To save again under the same filename and path just click on the Diskette in thetoolbar.
To save this document with a different filename or path click on File and Save As.
Enter your new filename or path.
Open a document:
Click on File and OpenFind the correct path and then click on the filename.
Closing a document:Click on File and Close.Create a new document with a template:
Click on File and Close
Click on File and New
Select Fax cover 
Replace text with your information.
Selecting a Menu Command:
Click on File
Click on Print Preview
Click on Close
Copying Text:
Select the text.
Click the Copy button.
Click at the end of the document and then click the Paste button.
Moving text:
Select the text.
Click on the Cut button.
Click on the Paste button.
Inserting a Tab:
Click once at the beginning of a line.
Press the Tab button on the keyboard. (Tabs are set every 1/2")

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