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MAKLUMAT DIRI

Nama

MOHAMAD FAHMI BIN DARHAM
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No. Kad Pengenalan

920119-08-6123
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Alamat Tetap

BATU 17, JALAN SURAU PALAHIYAH,
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32900 LAMBOR KANAN, BOTA, PERAK
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E-Mail/ No. Hp

aku_lalola92@yahoo.com / 0175030474
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No Tel Rumah

TIADA
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Tarikh Lahir/Umur

19.01.1992 / 23 TAHUN
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Jantina

LELAKI
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Lesen Kenderaan

B2 / D
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Taraf Perkahwinan

BUJANG
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Warganegara

MALAYSIA
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Bangsa

MELAYU
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Agama

ISLAM
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LATAR BELAKANG PENDIDIKAN
 TAHUN 1999-2005 - SEKOLAH KEBANGSAAN LAMBOR KANAN
 TAHUN 2006-2009 - SEKOLAH MENENGAH KEBANGSAAN SULTAN MUZAFAR
SHAH (1)

TARAF PENDIDIKAN
 TAHUN 2009 - SIJIL PELAJARAN MALAYSIA (SPM)
 TAHUN 2007 - PENILAIAN MENENGAH RENDAH (PMR)
 TAHUN 2005 - UJIAN PENILAIAN SEKOLAH RENDAH (UPSR)

MINAT DAN HOBI
 BermainVideo Game
 Melayari internet
 Bermain Smartphone

KEMAHIRAN INTERPERSOAL
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Bekerja secara konsisten

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Bermatlamat memenuhi prinsip visi dan misi syarikat

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Mudah berinteraksi
Boleh bekerjasama dalam organisasi

AKTIVITI KO-KURIKULUM
 TAHUN - SIJIL PENYERTAAN PENGHARGAAN SIJIL KEMAHIRAN

KEBOLEHAN
Pemahaman Dan Pertuturan
 Bahasa melayu – menulis dan membaca
 Bahasa inggeris – sederhana
Perisian Yang Biasa Digunakan
 Ms. Word, Ms. Excel, Ms. Power Point, Ms Access.
 Internet

Kebolehan Menaip
 1 minit = 25 Patah perkataan
 15 minit = 1 perenggan

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Nama jawatan yang disandang semasa bekerja
Kemahiran : Membina akuan niaga.
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:27/12/2010
:10/4/2014
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QUESTION DISCUSSION
Question 1.
How to insert picture?

How to Add an Image in Word
Three Methods : Using the Insert Feature Clicking and Dragging, Copying and Pasting.

Adding images to your Word document can really spice it up and make your
information stand out. There are multiple ways to insert an image, depending on the
situation you find yourself in. Follow this guide to add images to your document using
any version of Word.

Method 1 of 3: Using the Insert Feature clicking and dragging
1.
Place your cursor where you want to insert the image. Click the Insert tab,
or the Insert menu. In Word 2007 and later, click Picture to select a file on your
computer to insert. In Word 2003 and earlier, select “From File…” in the Picture
submenu.

If you’d like to choose from Word’s preinstalled Clip Art, select the Clip Art
option instead. This will open a new window where you can browse through the
available Clip Art.

2.
Choose your image file. A window will open that will allow you to browse
your computer’s files. Navigate to the image that you want to insert, and then
click the Insert button. The image will appear where your cursor was placed.[1]

3.
Manipulate the image. Once the image has been inserted, you can drag it
around the document and resize it by using the boxes surrounding the image.

You can click and drag the green circle to rotate the image.
You can add effects, borders, and more using the Picture Tools tab.

4.
Wrap the text around your image. In Word 2007 and later, right-click on
the image and hover over Wrap Text. Select the alignment that bests suits your
document. You will see a preview as you hover over each option.
In Word 2003, right-click on the image and select "Format Picture" from the popup menu. Choose a wrapping style on the Layout tab of the Format window.
Change the alignment style for your image to reflect a left, center, right or other
alignment.[2]

5.
Place your image exactly where you want it. If you've inserted an image,
you may be getting a little frustrated trying to place it precisely where you want.
There are a couple of ways to gain more control over moving images:

Enable text wrapping. In Word 2013, click the layout options button next to
the image and select the text wrapping that will allow you to move the picture
around. The easiest way is to select "Square", where the text will attempt to flow
around the image no matter where it is placed.

Select the image and then hold the Ctrl key. While holding the key, use the
arrow keys to move the picture around the document.

Method 2 Of 3: Clicking And Dragging

1.
Find the image on your computer. Open a file browser and find the image
that you want to add. Click and drag the file into your Word document. You can
set where you want it by looking at the preview cursor. Release the mouse
button to place the image.

2.
Manipulate the image. Once the image has been inserted, you can use
drag it around the document and resize it by using the boxes surrounding the
image.


You can click and drag the green circle to rotate the image.
You can add effects, borders, and more using the Picture Tools tab.

Method 3 of 3: Copying and Pasting

1.
Copy the image that you want to insert. You can do this with images on
your computer or images from websites. To copy an image from a website, rightclick and select Copy Image. To copy an image on your computer, select it and
select Copy from the Edit menu, right-click on it and select Copy, or press Ctrl +
C.

2.
Place your cursor where you want to insert the image. Select Paste from
the Edit menu, press Ctrl + V, or right-click and select Paste. Your image will
appear where the cursor is.

Question 2.
How to use bullet and numbering?
1.How to create a bulleted and number list in Microsoft Word
This document should answer any of the questions you may have about
creating different bulleted and numbered lists in Microsoft Word including any
advanced lists. This document applies to Microsoft Word 2000; however, other
versions of Microsoft Word should have similar steps.

Above is an illustration of the numbering and bullets button located on the
formatting toolbar, which is often located on the top left of the screen.







How to create a bullet list in Microsoft Word
How to create a numbered list in Microsoft Word
How to create a numbered list with letters
How to create multiple paragraphs without creating a new bullet or
number
How to create a bullet list with a numbered list
How to create a numbered list with a bulleted list
How to change the bullets used or change the appearance of the numbers
How to create a bullet list in Microsoft Word

To create a bulleted list in Microsoft Word, follow the steps below.
Tip: The Microsoft word keyboard shortcut key to create a bullet is Ctrl + Shift +
L.
Position the cursor where you want to insert the bullet list.

Either click on the bullet button (as shown at the beginning of the document) or
click Format and then "Bullets and Numbering..."
If successful, you should have a bullet. Type any text and press enter to start the
next bullet. To end the bullet list, press enter twice.
Below is an example of a bullet list.

One bullet

Two bullet

2.How to create a numbered list in Microsoft Word
To create a numbered list in Microsoft Word, follow the steps below.
Position the cursor where you want to insert the number list.
Either click on the number button (as shown at the beginning of the document)
or click Format and then "Bullets and Numbering..."
If successful, you should have a number one. Type any text and press enter to
start the next bullet. To end the bullet list, press enter twice.
3.How to create a numbered list with letters
To create a numbered list that also contains a letter list in Microsoft Word, follow
the steps below.
Position the cursor where you want to insert the number list.
Either click on the number button (as shown at the beginning of the document)
or click Format and then "Bullets and Numbering..."
When you want to enter a letter list, press the indent button or press tab on the
keyboard.
If you with to change the lettering format or if it is improperly working, click
Format and then "Bullets and Numbering..." again to change the formatting.
Below is an example of a numbered list with letters in it.
One numbered
Two numbered
a. Two numbered again

b. Two numbered again
Final numbered
4.How to create multiple paragraphs without creating a new bullet or
number
In some situation you may need to have multiple paragraphs in a numbered or
bullet list. To do this, follow the steps below.
Position the cursor where you want to insert the number list.
Either click on the number button or bullet button (as shown at the beginning of
the document) or click Format and then Bullets and Numbering.
When you're ready to insert a new line without creating a new bullet or number,
press CTRL + Enter.

Below is an example.
One numbered
Two numbered
More text without a number
Final numbered.
5.How to create a bullet list with a numbered list
To create a numbered list that also contains a letter list in Microsoft Word, follow
the steps below.
Position the cursor where you want to insert the number list.
Either click on the bullets button (as shown at the beginning of the document) or
click Format and then "Bullets and Numbering..."
When ready to insert a numbered list within the bullets, press the bullets button
or click Format and then "Bullets and Numbering..."
When you need to switch back to bullets, click the numbering button again or
click Format and then "Bullets and Numbering..."
6.How to create a numbered list with a bulleted list
To create a numbered list that also contains a letter list in Microsoft Word, follow
the steps below.
Position the cursor where you want to insert the number list.

Either click on the number button (as shown at the beginning of the document)
or click Format and then "Bullets and Numbering..."
When ready to insert a bullet list within the numbered list, press the numbering
button or click Format and then "Bullets and Numbering..."
When you need to switch back to the numbered list, click the bullets button
again or click Format and then "Bullets and Numbering..."

7.How to change the bullets used or change the appearance of the
numbers
After creating the numbering list or the bullets list if you need to change
the appearance, click Format and then the "Bullets and Numbering..." option and
adjust the format through the new Bullets and Numbering window. Below, is an
example of what this window may look like in Microsoft Word.

Question 3
How to insert symbol?
Insert symbols

Sometimes you need a character that’s not on your keyboard, like a foreign
currency symbol, a trademark (™), or a fraction like 1/3. For a few symbols you
can use the AutoCorrect feature to type them. For all others, go to Insert
>Symbol.
AutoCorrect converts a series of keystrokes to symbols. Here are a few of the
most commonly used ones.
Type To insert
(c)

©

(r)

®

(tm)

(e)

TIP Click File > Options > Proofing > AutoCorrect Options and scroll down the
list on the AutoCorrect tab to see other keystrokes that convert to symbols. You
can also create your own AutoCorrect character on theAutoCorrect tab by typing
a keystroke in the Replace box, and typing what you want the keystroke to
replace in theWith box.
Insert other symbols, click Insert > Symbol.

The Symbol gallery opens, which contains among other symbols, additional
foreign currency symbols.
1.
2.

Select a symbol to insert it.
To see additional symbols, click More Symbols at the bottom of the gallery.

The Symbol box opens.

Scroll through the list of characters to see all the symbols available in your
current font (normal text) in theFont box. Notice that as you scroll the label in the

Subset box changes. If you want to skip directly to the not-equal-to sign, for
example, select Mathematical Operators in the Subset box.

NOTES If you do not see the Subset box, look in the lower right corner of the
Symbol box. In the from list, selectUnicode (hex).

If you don’t see what you want, select a different font in the Font box.
When you see a symbol you want, click Insert > Close. If you don’t want to insert
a symbol, click Cancel.

TIP For text that works like pictures, switch to one of the Wingding fonts in the
Font box.

Fractions
Some fractions (1/4, 1/2, and 3/4) automatically switch to a fraction character
when you type them (¼, ½, ¾). But others do not (1/3, 2/3, 1/5, etc.).
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2.
3.

To switch to a fraction character, click Insert > Symbols > More Symbols.
In the Subset box, click Number Forms and select a fraction.
Click Insert > Close.

TIPS
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To find additional mathematical symbols, click AutoCorrect at the bottom
of the Symbol box. Click theMath AutoCorrect tab to see a list of keyboard
shortcuts you can type into your document to insert math symbols. Be sure to
select the Replace text as you type check box. Depending on where you are in
the document you may need to select the option Use Math AutoCorrect rules
outside of math region.

CONCLUSION

The conclusion that i want to conclude is by using microsoft word I can
learn how to do work easily and correctly.