Laguna University RECS Village, Sta. Cruz, Laguna A.Y.

2013-2014

IT 1203 Integrated Application Software / Productivity Tools Assignment #2

John Derel M. Tuazon BSIT-1A Prof. Chrisna Fucio

When a new document is started. This toolbar helps you to perform Word tasks speedily by providing one-click access to oft used commands. OS/2 (1992). It was first released in 1983 under the name Multi-Tool Word for Xenix systems. Atari ST (1988). Ribbon You can think of the Ribbon as a collection of seven horizontal tabbed toolbars arranged on top of each other. Microsoft Word 2010 Screen Elements 1. Redo. When you save the document with a name. the AT&T Unix PC (1985). Windows RT or the discontinued Microsoft Works Suite.  The right button is the Close button displaying an x. The toolbars have . on clicking. sporting a rectangle. Another click restores the program window to its previous size and the button image to a single rectangle. Freeware editions of Word are Microsoft Word Viewer and Word Web App on SkyDrive. On clicking.I. this button closes the current document but not the Word programme. These toolbars are accessed through their tabs.[3][4][5] Subsequent versions were later written for several other platforms including IBM PCs running DOS (1983). the Quick Access Toolbar contains some of the most frequently used commands like Save. which. maximizes the Word window and the button image changes to a pair of rectangles. 3. MICROSOFT WORD Microsoft Word is a word processor developed by Microsoft. Window Controls These are a set of three buttons in the top right corner of the program window. Title Bar The title bar shows the name of the document on screen. You can add more commands to the Quick Access Toolbar as per your need. Undo. and Windows (1989). Word gives it a generic name like ‘Document 1’ and this is displayed on the title bar.  The left button is the Minimize button which minimizes the program window to the taskbar. Commercial versions of Word are licensed as a standalone product or as a component of Microsoft Office. SCO UNIX (1994).  The middle button. Quick Access Toolbar Located in the top left corner of the Word window. 4. both of which have limited feature sets. is the Maximize button. 2. the Apple Macintosh (1985). the generic name on the title bar is replaced by the given name.

page count. its toolbar comes to the top and you can use the commands stored on it. Info: This command displays various kinds of information (such as file size. display a dialog box related to that group. When any other tab is clicked. 7. However. menus and input boxes arranged in groups. . this button brings up the Word Help window. 5. Save As: Opens the Save As dialog. At any given time. depending on the units of measure specified in Word Options. New: When you click this button. 6. Rulers The horizontal ruler is used to set tabs and indent text. Here you can assign a name to a new document and save it. Recent: Using this command. otherwise it launches the Save As dialog. Another click on the straightened V brings back the Ribbon. When Word is launched. Some groups have dialog launchers (with a downward pointing arrow) which. you can see a list of recently opened documents. click the View Ruler button immediately below the Ribbon on the extreme right. proofing.            Save: Clicking Save button saves the current document if it has been given a name and saved earlier. You may use the vertical ruler to set vertical location of text in the document. Print: This command is used for printing the current document. Save & Send: You may use this command to email a document or to save it on the cloud. If the rulers are not visible. select an existing (i.command buttons. the Word program keeps running.e. By default. The rulers show measurements in inches or centimetres. word count etc) regarding the document currently open in the Word window. saving. when clicked. Help Button Located below the Window Controls in the top right corner of Word window. etc. Options: Opens the Word Options Dialog where you can chose your preferred settings for display. the Home tab is current and the toolbar attached to it is at the top. previously saved) document and open it in Word window. You may also rename a document saved earlier and save it with the new name. enabling you to invoke its commands by clicking them. Close: You can close the current document using this button. the blank document template is chosen. recently visited folder locations and recently used templates. where after the inverted V straightens up. only one tabbed toolbar is visible. It also provides facility for customizing the Ribbon and the Quick access Toolbar. You can start a new document based on a template selected from amongst these. Help: For viewing help files. Open: Starts the Open dialog where you can navigate to your documents folder. Clicking the Create button starts a new document based on the selected template. The Ribbon may be minimized by clicking the inverted V below the Window Controls. language. This is commonly referred to as the ‘Backstage’. a list of Word templates is shown. These commands are described below in brief. File Tab Clicking File tab replaces the document window with a full screen menu showing commands for file operations.

9. 10. By choosing the desired tab or indent marker and clicking on the horizontal ruler. The document moves in a direction opposite to the movement of the scroll box. The zoom range is from 10% to 500%. select and move text. the accompanying text will move with it. it takes the shape of a left pointing arrow. The scroll bars let you scroll the document up-down vertically or left-right horizontally. As you move the mouse pointer across the screen. Status Bar On the left hand side. This is the Cursor. Vertical scroll bar is always visible while the horizontal scroll bar appears only when the document width exceeds the screen width.  Full Screen Reading View: This view shows the document on full screen to make reading your document more comfortable. etc. 14. the cursor moves to its immediate right. Mouse Pointer In Word. Text Area Framed between the rulers and the scroll bars is a large area looking like a blank sheet of paper. you need to click and drag the scroll box showing three vertical/horizontal lines.  Web Layout View: Web Layout view enables you to see your document as it would appear in a browser such as Firefox or Internet Explorer. View Buttons These buttons allow you to use five different document views:  Print Layout View: This view shows the document as it will look when it is printed. it takes different shapes. the status bar displays document information such as the current page number and total number of pages. you can set tabs or indent text. 11. Tab Selector Repeated clicking of the Tab Selector shows five tab markers and two indent markers.  Outline View: Outline view displays the document in outline form in which headings could be displayed without the text.8. . To scroll. you use the mouse to choose commands. You will see a blinking vertical line in the top left corner. language. Vertical & Horizontal Scroll Bars The vertical scroll bar is located at the extreme right of the Word window while the horizontal scroll bar is at the bottom of the window just above the status bar. You can customize the information display by right clicking the status bar and and making selections out of the context menu that pops up. When you move a heading. Outside the text area. Clicking the zoom level opens the Zoom dialog where you can specify the desired zoom level. proofing error notification.  Draft View: This is the most frequently used view for editing your document. etc. The current zoom level is displayed on the taskbar immediately left of the slider. As a character appears at its location. The typed characters appear at its location. This is the text area where you type the text of the document. Zoom Tools The Zoom slider lets you zoom out or zoom in the current document. move around in the document. 12. 13. word count. It is a right pointing arrow within the left margin of the text area and an I-beam in the rest of the text area.

 Triple click: Clicking the left mouse button thrice in quick succession. 2.displays a list of commands related to things you can do with a presentation.  Single click: Clicking the left mouse button once. and Repeat. 3. It was officially launched on May 22. Undo. Ribbon Organizes . MICROSOFT POWERPOINT Microsoft PowerPoint is the name of a proprietary commercial presentation program developed by Microsoft. Quick Access Toolbar (QAT) . as a part of the Microsoft Office suite. saving. Frequently used commands in PowerPoint include Save. pressing and holding the left mouse button while moving the pointer to a new location and releasing the mouse button. and runs on Microsoft Windows and Apple's Mac OS X operating system. 4. The mouse is used to perform following actions :  Point: Positioning the mouse pointer on an item.15. Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 Screen Elements 1. and Close window control buttons are grouped on the right side of the title bar. II. and then groups the commands by topic for performing related presentation tasks.displays buttons to perform frequently used commands with a single click. or sharing. The Minimize.  Drag & Drop: Pointing to an item. 1990.  Right click: Clicking the right mouse button once. For commands that you use frequently. printing.  Double click: Clicking the left mouse button twice in quick succession. you can add additional buttons to the Quick Access Toolbar. Title bar .displays the name of the presentation and the name of the program. such as opening.commands on tabs. . Maximize/Restore Down. File tab .

Program-level control buttons . click the list arrow at the right end of the toolbar to display the pop-up menu. View buttons . and each tab relates to a type of task-related activity within PowerPoint. To add or remove a button from the Quick Access Toolbar. Excel forms part of Microsoft Office. Then. 9.minimizes. Microsoft Excel 2010 Screen Elements 1. Quick Access Toolbar The Quick Access Toolbar appears at the top of the window next to the Office button. MICROSOFT EXCEL Microsoft Excel is a spreadsheet application developed by Microsoft for Microsoft Windows and Mac OS. number of slides in a presentation. pivot tables. Notes pane . Theme Name. View buttons. 11. Slides/Outline pane . and a macro programming language called Visual Basic for Applications. You can customize the toolbar by adding command buttons to it. and it has replaced Lotus 1-2-3 as the industry standard for spreadsheets. restores. click the button name from the pop- .5. or closes the program window. It has been a very widely applied spreadsheet for these platforms.displays below the Slide pane and allows you to type notes regarding the active side.a horizontal bar at the bottom of the presentation window that displays the current slide number. Status bar .displays either all of the slides in the presentation in the form of miniature images called thumbnails III. 6.display across the top of the Ribbon. and Zoom slider. It features calculation. 8.a set of commands that control the look of the presentation window.displays a large image of the active slide in PowerPoint. 10. graphing tools. It includes most common commands such as Save and Undo. Slide pane . Groups indicate the name of the groups of related commands on each displayed tab. 7. especially since version 5 in 1993. Ribbon tabs .

toolbars. . Ribbon The Ribbon replaces menus. Each button within a group is called a command button.  The Navigation Pane is the pane on the left side of the Access program window that lets you work with database objects. The three main components of the Access 2010 user interface are: The ribbon is the strip of tabs across the top of the program window that contains groups of commands. Formula Bar In addition to the Ribbon Excel also has a Formula Bar. It is a member of the Microsoft Office suite of applications.You can also click on the down arrow as shown below. The ribbon The ribbon is the primary replacement for menus and toolbars found in versions prior to Access 2007. included in the Professional and higher editions or sold separately. also known as Microsoft Office Access. The Formula Bar is located above of the workbook window and allows you to enter or edit values or formulas in cells or charts. 2.In Excel 2011. such as the Font or Alignment group located on the Home tab. Each tab is organized into groups.up menu list. A check next to the name tells you which function will be on the Quick Access Toolbar. 1. 3. MICROSOFT ACCESS Microsoft Access. to minimize the Ribbon double-click the Home tab. or subtasks. contextual tabs that appear only when you can use them. The ribbon has main tabs that group related commonly-used commands.  . a small toolbar that you can customize with your favorite commands. Display and Hide Ribbon . The Formula Bar also displays the value or formula used in the active cell. It primarily consists of tabs that have groups of buttons.  The Backstage view is the collection of commands that you see on the File tab on the ribbon. and the Quick Access Toolbar. is a database management system from Microsoft that combines the relational Microsoft Jet Database Engine with a graphical user interface and software-development tools. The Navigation Pane replaced the Database Window in Access 2007. as shown below. The Ribbon is located at the top of the document window and consists of tabs that are organized by tasks. and most of the task panes that were found on previous versions of Excel. 4. IV.

and is the main means of opening or changing the design of a database object. some of the buttons provide you a gallery of choices. The Backstage view The Backstage view is new in Access 2010. such as Print. 2. while others launch a command. you see the Backstage view. The Navigation Pane is organized by categories and groups. you open Access from the Windows Start menu). as well as commands that were on the File menu in earlier versions. By default.. It contains commands and information that apply to an entire database. and you can also hide it. . The Navigation Pane replaced the Database Window that was in Access versions prior to Access 2007. Microsoft Access 2010 Screen Elements In Backstage view. When you open Access but do not open a database (e. but you cannot obscure the Navigation Pane by opening database objects in front of it. You can choose from a variety of organizational options. The Navigation Pane The Navigation Pane helps you organize your database objects. which has groups that correspond to the various kinds of database object. open an existing database.g. you can create a new database. publish a database to the Web via SharePoint Server. and can also create your own custom organization scheme in the Navigation Pane. a new database uses the Object Type category. such as Compact and Repair. 3. The Backstage view occupies the File tab on the ribbon and contains many commands that were on the File menu in earlier verions of Access.On the ribbon tabs. and perform many file and database maintenance tasks. You can minimize the Navigation Pane. The Object Type category organizes the database objects in a similar fashion to the default Database Window display from earlier versions. The Backstage view also contains other commands that apply to an entire database file.

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