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Word-II 2003 Tutorial

Word-II 2003 Tutorial

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Word 2003
 –
Tutorial II
Paragraph Formatting Spelling and Grammar
Paragraph AttributesNon-printing charactersDrop Caps
Text Formatting
Styles and Formatting Task PaneReveal Formatting Task Pane
Tables
Insert TablesDraw TablesNested TablesInsert Rows and ColumnsMove and Resize TablesMoving the order of thecolumns/rows inside a tableMoving a part of table (column / row) outside the tableSplitting/ Merging cellsTable PropertiesDeleting Data from a Table/ Partof a Tables/ a Whole Table
Drawing Canvas
AutoCorrectSpelling and Grammar Check SynonymsThesaurus
Page Formatting
Page NumbersHeaders and FootersFootnotes and EndnotesBookmarksPage Size and Orientation
Symbols and Special Characters
Insert SymbolsInsert Special Characters
Smart Tags and Other Markers
AutoCorrect OptionsPaste OptionsWavy Underlines
Keyboard Shortcuts
 
 
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Paragraph Formatting
Paragraph Attributes
You can format a paragraph by placing the cursor within the paragraph and selecting
Format > Paragraph
from the
Menu
bar. From the
Paragraph
dialog box, select the
Indents and Spacing
tab.Under the
Indentation
section, you can setthe indentation to be either
Before text,After text,
or both by assigning the desiredvalues.There are special types of indentations:
None:
No indentation occurs.
First line:
Indents the first line.
Hanging:
Indents every line exceptthe first.Under the
Spacing
section, from the
Linespacing
drop down menu, you can selectthe space you would like between lines of the paragraph.You can view the changes you have madefrom the
Preview
section, click 
OK
buttonwhen finished.
 Non-printing characters
To be able to view the
non-printing characters
within a paragraph, e.g., spaces andparagraphs, click the
Show/Hide
button found on the
Standard
toolbar.Observe the paragraph symbols (¶) as well as the dots (.) between each word.Each dot represents a space. To easily see the dots, create more spaces between twowords. To hide all
non-printing characters,
click the
Show/Hide
button again.
 Drop Caps
A drop cap is a larger letter that begins a paragraph and drops through several lines of your text. To add a drop cap to a paragraph:
 
 
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1.
 
Place the cursor within theparagraph whose first letter willbe dropped.
2.
 
Select
Format > Drop Cap
from the
Menu
bar. The
DropCap
dialog box allows you toselect the
Position
of the dropcap, the
Font,
the number of 
Lines to drop,
and the
Distancefrom text.
3.
 
Click 
OK
when all selectionshave been made.4.
 
To modify a drop cap, select
Format > Drop Cap
again to change theattributes, or click on the letter and use the handles to move and resize theletter.
Text Formatting
Styles and Formattinganxiously
You can use the
Styles and Formatting
task pane to create, view, select, apply, and clearformatting from text.After you apply formatting font changes to your text, select the task pane named
Styles and Formatting
from the drop-down menu found at the top of the task panewindow
 Note:
Remember that in order to show or hide the task pane window, select/deselectfrom the
Menu
bar,
View > Task Pane.
Click on the
arrow
next to
Getting Started
and select
Styles and Formatting.
From the
Show
drop down menu found on the bottom of the
Styles and Formatting
task pane, select
Formatting in use
option, this will show you all the fonts format thatyou can use to format your text.If you select a word, or part of a word, that has a certain type of format, notice that theformat appears in the
Formatting of selected text
box showing on the top of the
Styles and Formatting
task pane. You should see that same format in the list boxnamed
Pick formatting to apply.
So if you highlight your text, and click on the name of that format from the list boxnamed
Pick formatting to apply,
the same formatting is automatically applied.Now if you click on any part of your text, and from the
Styles and Formatting
task pane you choose
Select All
button, this will highlight all the text with this formattingthroughout the whole document.The
New Style
button allows you to create a totally new style to be applied on anypart of the document.

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