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Microsoft Word is a program for word processing applications (word processing) or usually called by typing. In other words, prior to performing typing, then it should run the Microsoft Word program first.
A. Starting Microsoft Word

There are 3 steps to run the MS-Word program, namely: 1. Click Start  All Programs  click Microsoft Word, or 2. Double-click the Microsoft Word icon on the Desktop, or 3. Click Start  Run  choose the type winword Open  click OK

B. Creating a New Document / File Download

If you want to create a new document, follow these steps: Click File  New Menu, or 1. Click the icon  the toolbar, or on 2. Press Ctrl + N on your keyboard

C. Saving Scripts

In order for the script that we have made are not lost and can be opened again if needed, the need to be stored. Step - step to save the script for the first time are as follows:
1. Click File  choose Save, or

- Specify where documents are stored on the Save in - Give the file name in the File name box and click Save

- For subsequent storage, simply click the icon  on the toolbar or Ctrl+S
D. Opening Files

The script, once stored can be reopened in time of need. The trick is: 1. Click File  click Open, or

2. Click the icon  the toolbar, or on 3. Press Ctrl + O on your keyboard - Open dialog box appears - Select the folder where the files are stored in the Look in selection box - Select the name of the file will be opened and click Open - Or just double click on the file name
E. Closing Documents

Always keep a script that is being done especially when going to close / exit the program MS-Word. How to close the document are: 1. Click File  click Exit, or

2. Click the Close Window (X) of the Control Size Button on the top right corner. Started Working With Microsoft Word A. Setting the Paper Size Before making the script would be nice once we set the paper size. The trick is: 1. Click File, select Page Setup, select Paper Size 2. Select a paper size that is provided by Word. Or if you want to create their own size, the

way he is: - Select More Paper Sizes - Type the paper size in the column width and height, click Ok

B. Setting the Paper Orientation

1. Click File, select Page Setup, select the Orientation 2. Select the correct paper orientation. There are 2 choices of Portrait (standing) and Landscape (horizontal)

C. Set Margin Paper

Margin is used to provide distance between the text of the paper. How to set the margins are: 1. Click File, select Page Setup, select the Margins 2. Select the appropriate margin. If you want to create their own margins, the way he is: - Select Custom Margins - Set the margins as desired and then click Ok

Manuscript Editing A. Moving the Insertion Point (Insert point) Insertion Point is a pointer where the text will appear when we do the typing, forms straight line vertical and blink - blink. To move the insertion point can be done in two ways: 1. With keyboard
   

Right Arrow  Left arrow Up arrow Down arrow  

: move right : move left  : move up : move down

 Home: to the start line  End: the end of line 2. With the mouse Using the mouse to move the insertion point I click the mouse on the place where the insertion point will be placed. B. Highlighting Text By clicking the mouse on the text to be highlighted, hold and drag in accordance with the text you want selected. Or by pressing Shift + the arrow shown above the keyboard
C. Scrolling Display

Press the button:

* Page Up * Page Down  Del  Backspace

: scroll the screen one page up : scroll down one page : delete the character on the right pointer : delete the character to the left pointer : delete the word on the left pointer : delete the word on the right pointer

D. Removing Characters and Words

 Ctrl + Backspace  Ctrl + Del

E. Copying and Moving Text

To move the text the way he is: 1. Selection of text to be copied 2. Click Edit, select Copy or press Ctrl + C, or right click on the highlighted text select Copy

3. Place the cursor at the desired place and click Edit, select Paste or press Ctrl + V Meanwhile, to move text from one location to another can be done by: 1. Text block to be moved 2. Click on Edit, choose Cut. Or press Ctrl + X, or right click on the highlighted text select Cut

3. Move the cursor to the new location 4. Click Edit, select Paste or press Ctrl + V

F. Fonts & Font Effects

In order to view the script to look good, can be done by changing the font type. How give effect on the font are: 1. Block script that will be given effect 2. Click on the desired toolbar font settings, among others there are: - Bold (B) - Italic (I) : Bold : Italics

- Underline (U): Underline - Changing font size - Change Typeface

G. Line Spacing

Line spacing is the distance between the lines that one with the other line. Default / standard spaces in MS-Word is a space / single. MS-Word users can convert these spaces into one and a half or two. The trick is: 1. Place the cursor in the paragraph you want to change spaces or block of text you want to change spaces. 2. Click Format 3. Click Paragraph 4. In the Paragraph dialog box, click the Line Spacing box 5. Choose one of the desired space (single = 1 spacing, 1.5 lines spaced = 1.5, double = 2 spaces) 6. Click Ok

H. Paragraph Alignment

To set the paragraph to make it look neat on the line edges, can be arranged through the Toolbar that regulate the paragraph alignment is on top of the typing. There are four types of paragraph alignment, namely:  Align left (left aligned)  Align right (right aligned) Align center (centered) Average full / average left-right (justified) The trick is: 1. Block script that will set the flatting 2. Click on an icon on the toolbar of the type above paragraph alignment


Countermand If already giving orders, but we do not want the command, the commands that can be canceled by pressing the "Ctrl + Z" on your keyboard or "Click Edit, select Undo".


Indent Indenting paragraphs, it means the beginning of a paragraph on how to set whether to stick to in paragraph (indented paragraph) or hang (hanging indent). How to set the initial paragraph is: - Pressing the Tab key on your keyboard to type in the beginning of each paragraph, or - Slide the indent marks found on-line ruler, Note: • shift done before doing the typing. If the manuscript is typed, first block of script that will set the indent its paragraph.

K. Printing Documents

Prior to printing the text, see the first manuscript that has been typed through the Print Preview as the result looks exactly the same as what will be printed through a printer. How do Print Preview: 1. Click File 2. Click Print Preview How to print the manuscript to the printer: 1. Click File ◊ click Print, or 2. Press the Ctrl + P on your keyboard, click Ok

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