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MS Word 2003
This tutorial provides a basic understanding of Word 2003, Microsoft's word processing application.Topics include inserting text, basic and advanced formatting, working with graphics, and manyother topics essential in creating professional-looking documents in your daily use of Word 2003.This Tutorial is recommended for those who are familiar with:Internet Basics,Computer Basics,
Email Basics,Office 2003.
Module 1:
Identifying Parts of the Word Window
Module 2:
Save and Save As
Module 3:
Use Backspace/Delete and Undo/Repeat
Module 4:
Cut, Copy, Paste and Drag and Drop
Module 5:
Use AutoCorrect and Find and Replace
Module 6:
Spell and Grammar Check
Module 7:
Align Text
Module 8:
Set Line and Paragraph Spacing
Module 9:
Module 10:
Indent Text
Module 11:
Using the Ruler 
Module 12:
Formatting Text
Module 13:
Bulleted and Numbered lists
Module 14:
Insert Symbols
Module 15:
Headers and Footers
Module 16:
Module 17:
Text Boxes
Module 18:
Working with Columns
Module 19:
Working with Tables
Module 20:
Edit Tables
Module 21:
Working with Objects
Module 22:
Working with Pictures
Module 1: Identifying Parts of theWord Window
Microsoft Word 2003
is the word processing application in the Microsoft Office Suite. Createprofessional-looking, formatted text documents with this powerful Word processing software.
1.By the end of this module, learners should be able to:
Identify the parts of the Word 2003 Window
Change the document view
Operate the drop-down menus
Identify the Task Pane
2.The Basics of the Word Window
Let's briefly review the basic parts of the Word 2003 window before we move onto wordprocessing.Shown below is the Microsoft Word default window. When Word is launched, a new blankdocument, or default window, opens in Print Layout view. Although window elements are fullyexplained in our Windows course, here is a brief explanation of the Word window.
2.1Title Ba
Displays the document name followed by a program name.
2.2Menu Ba
Contains a list of options to manage and customize documents.
2.3Standard Toolba
Contains shortcut buttons for the most popular commands.
2.4Formatting Toolba
Contains buttons used for formatting.
Used to set margins, indents, and tabs.
2.6Insertion Point
The location where the next character appears.
2.7End-of-Document Marke
Indicates the end of the document.
Provides quick access to Help topics.
2.9Scroll bars
Used to view parts of the document.

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