EMMANUEL CASSIO DE SOUZA OLIVEIRA CREATING TWO TEXTS ABNT This paper aims at presenting a practical way how

to apply the relevant standard s related to elaboration of Academic software in Microsoft Word in order to maximize the work leaving you wi th more time for what really matters, intellectual elaboration of this. Record 2005 EMMANUEL CASSIO DE SOUZA OLIVEIRA EDUCATION: Graduate MBA - Entrepreneurship and Business Management SCELISUL - In tegrated Faculties of the Ribeira Valley Data Processing Technology SCELISUL - Integrated Faculties of the Ribeira Valley PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES: Professor ITEC - Institute of Technical Ribeira Valley Course: Computer Technician SCELISUL - Integrated Faculties of the Ribeira Valley Course: Business Administr ation PROFESSIONAL ADDRESS: Faculty of Integrated Ribeira Valley Street Oscar Yoshiaki Magario SN Registry - SP-CEP 11900-000 Phone: (13) 3821-6122 E-mail: ecos@sceli sul.com.br ecos123@hotmail.com Home Page: http://itecos.v10.com.br "Experience teaches and investigations confirm that we all remember best what we do actively." (SALOMON, 1999, p. 127). CREATING TEXTS IN SECOND WORD ABNT SUMMARY 1. 2. 3. Introduction ................................................. ........ .......................................... .............. 1 Definition of Micros oft Word ............................... ....................................... ........... ... 2 Standards ............................................ ....... ........................................... .................. 2 3.1. The standa rd NBR 14724 .............................................. .................... ....................... 2 4. Setting the work in Word .......................... ................... ............................... 4 4.1. Page ................ ................................. .............................................. .... ............ 4 4.2. Section ............................................... .. .................................................. ........ 6 4.3. Sources .. ............................................... ................................ .................. ............. 7 4.4. Titles ................................. ................ .................................................. ............ . 8 5. Pre-textual elements .............................................. ..... ........................................ 11 5.1. Cover ......................... ........................ .................................................. .... ......... 11 5.1.1 Setting up a cover in Word ........................... ...... ..................... 12 5.2. Cover sheet (Obverse )............................ ................ .................................... 17 5.3. Cover Page (Inside )............................................ ................................. ....... 18 5.4. Sheet approval ............................................... . ........................................ 19 5.5. Dedication and Acknowledgments

............................................... ........................ 20 5.6. Above ................................................. ....................... ........................... ........ 21 5.7. Summary on the vernacular ......... ..................................... ............................ 21 5.8. Abstr act in foreign language (Abstract )........................................... . ......... 22 5.9. Summary ................................................. .... .............................................. ........ 22 5.9.1 Creating a Tabl e of Contents automatically in Word 23 ............................. 5:10 . List of figures and tables ............................................ ............ ............... 26 5.11. List of abbreviations and acronyms or glossary ........ ................................... .... 28 5.12. Numbering of sections ........ ....................................... ............................... 28 5.12. 1 Numbering of Sections in Word .......... ..................................... ............. .28 5.13. Paging ................................................. .................................................. .30 5.13.1 Numbering pages i n Word ......................................... ........................ 31 5.1 4. Equations and formulas ............................................... ...... ............................. 31 5.14.1 Creating mathematical formulas in Word . ..... .......................................... 32 5.15. Figures .............. ................................... ............................................ ...... ...... 32 5.16. Tables ................................................. .................................................. ..... 33 5.16.1 Creating Tabl es in Word .................................... .............................. 3 3 5.17. References ............................................................. .............. 34 5.17.1 Use of publications in their entirety ....... ......... ......................... 35 5.17.2 Magazines and newspapers ......... ......... ......................................... ......................... ............ ....... 36 5.17.3 Electronic Documents ......................................... ......... ..... 36 5.18. Quotes ................................................ . .................................................. .... 37 5.18.1 Examples Quo tes ....................................... References ......................... ............. 38 .......... .................................................. . ................................................. ...... 40 CREATING TEXTS IN SECOND WORD ABNT LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS Illustration 1 - Structure of Labor Picture 2 - Picture 3 Page Setup - Tabs Dial og Illustration 4 - Dialog Box Page Setup - Margins Tab Figure 5 - Dialog - Pape r Tab Illustration 6 - Paragraph Dialog Picture 7 - Picture Formatting Toolbar 9 - List of Styles Patterns of Word Picture 10 - Accessing the Dialog Styles Pict ure 11 - Formatting Styles Picture 12 - Model 13 Cover Illustration - Menu inser t - Breaking ... Picture 14 - Picture 15 more Vertical Alignment - Vertical Alig nment Justified Picture 16 - Picture Toolbar Standard 17 - Dialog Uppercase and Lowercase Figure 18 - Menu option Format Borders and Shading Figure 19 - Dialog Borders and Shading Illustration 20 - Options Illustration of Borders and Shadin g 21 - Model Cover Page Illustration 22 - File Cataloging Illustration 23 - Illu stration Approval Sheet 24 - Dedication Model Illustration 25 - Illustration 26 Word Count - 27 Picture Summary - Menu insert, Indices Figure 28 - Box Dialogue - Indexes Figure 29 - Dialog Analytical Index Illustration 30 - Menu when clicke d like the right button on the Index Illustration 31 - Dialog Updates index Illu stration 32 - Illustration Subtitles 33 - subtitles Menu Figure 34 - Dialog Capt ion Figure 35 - Index of Illustrations 3 4 4 5 6 7 9 9 10 10 12 12 14 14 15 15 1 5 16 16 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 24 25 25 25 26 26 27 27 CREATING TEXTS IN SECOND WORD ABNT Emmanuel Cassio Oliveira de Souza 1 1.

INTRODUCTION When it comes to drawing up a job with academic purposes in many a major concern with the Norms. Sometimes this concern is even greater than with job content. F or the development of a scientific correct, the author should consider that this will not be read only by their teachers, bank examiner or by professionals in y our area. Thus, it is essential to the use of technical standards for proper pre sentation and reading comprehension. In some cases, ABNT presents in its rules, some rules that are optional or that allow the author to define their own criter ia. But what we often think that they are "APA Standards" are actually "standard s" that the educational institution adopts. The Rules of ABNT, as regards the pr esentation of scientific texts, are not so specific as to regulate "all" that yo u will present. Thus, below the APA Standards, there are standards that each ins titution adopt and nsino. Usually institutions adopt similar standards. But the standards adopted vary very little from one institution to another. Sometimes va ry even in the various departments of the same educational institution. The focu s of this work is not in the ABNT standards itself, but in applying these rules in Microsoft Word software, since this is the most widely used word processor ma rket. Many times even having theoretical knowledge of the rules, there are many doubts as to their application. Another important fact is that most people do no t use the special features of Word that greatly increase productivity in work pr eparation. Aiming to spread the use of Word tools and application of technical s tandards or adequacy of the work in a pattern of your own institution is that th is work was prepared. CREATING TEXTS IN SECOND WORD ABNT Emmanuel Cassio Oliveira de Souza 2 2. DEFINITION OF MICROSOFT WORD Microsoft Word is the word processor of high performance, is the most sold in th e world, its first version was released by Microsoft in 1985 and since then has become an indispensable tool for all types of professionals. In it you can do wh at it wishes with regard to electronic publishing. It enables the creation,€edit ing and manipulation of various types of texts and also the use of figures (Medi a Galery Clip Art), creating tables, spell checking, text in columns, indexes, r eview of work among the thers. For elaboration of this work was the version used Microsoft Word 2003, part of the Microsoft Office package. For the development of a work in Word there are several steps that determine whether or not you can make use of automatic processes, not that there's only one way to be performed d eterm Inada task, but one can make a lot of time following a few tips . 3. STANDARDS At this writing, looked up, mainly, the following standards: ? ? ? ? NBR14724/2002: Information and documentation - Academic Papers NBR10520/2002: In formation and documentation - Quotes in documents NBR6023/2002: Information and documentation - References NBR6027/1989: Summary 3.1. The standard NBR 14724 The NBR 14724 standard sets out the conditions required for the presentation of elements that constitute the article. Intended to authors and publishers of jour

nals technical-scientific. Relates the structure of theses, dissertations or aca demic work. This includes the following elements: 1. 2. pre-textual textual elem ents CREATING TEXTS IN SECOND WORD ABNT Emmanuel Cassio Oliveira de Souza 3. post-tex tual elements 3 In the text in the following order: PRE-TEXTUAL Cover (compulsory) cover sheet ( required) Errata (optional) Approval Sheet (required) Dedication (optional) Ackn owledgements (optional) Epigraph (optional) Abstract in the vernacular (required ) Abstract in foreign language (compulsory) Summary (required) List of Illustrat ions (Optional) List of abbreviations and acronyms (optional) List of symbols (o ptional) TEXTUAL Development Introduction Conclusion References POST-TEXTUAL (re quired) Appendix Appendix Glossary (optional) (optional ) (optional) Illustration 1 - Structure of Labor CREATING TEXTS IN SECOND WORD ABNT Emmanuel Cassio Oliveira de Souza 4 4. SETTING THE WORD IN TRAB LHO 4.1. Page According to NBR 14724 text shall be printed on white paper, A4 (21.0 cm x 29.7 cm), on the obverse of the sheet (front), except the cover sheet, in which the r everse might hold the record in the catalog card. The leaves must have left and top margin of 3 cm, right and bottom of 2.0 cm. For this configuration it should be followed the following steps: 1 - Click on the File Menu 2 - Click on Page Setup Illustration 2 - Page Setup When the two steps above are conducted will be presented with a dialog, this dia log box is divided into several tabs, 3 to be exact. They are:? ? ? Margins Pape r Layout Guides Illustration 3 - Tabs Dialog Box CREATING TEXTS IN SECOND WORD ABNT Emmanuel Cassio Oliveira de Souza 5 Illustration 4 - Dialog Box Page Setup - Margins Tab 1. In the first of the guides, margins, may be assigned the size of the margins as the standard: a. B. Higher C. Lower D. Left Right 3 cm 2 cm 3 cm 2 cm 2. The 4th option is no longer a margin, Gutter, which most people do not really know what to do. The Gutter's job is to assign an extra space still at work to accommodate binding, ie, beyond the margin of 3 cm, is given even more space, su ch space may receive such a spiral, the higher the coil used for binding greater will be the space of the gutter. 3. The guideline should be maintained as Portr ait, which will cause the page layout will have the vertical arrangement 4. Opti on Multiple pages must be maintained as normal, as if this option is changed cha nge the way you print the document. 5. To continue configuring the page you must

click on the tab paper we choose the type of paper to be printed on the job, th e default paper type is A4, but the options presented in the Paper Size option d epended on the printer installed on your computer. If no such option A4, you can assign the width and height of the paper manually. The width should be 21 cm an d height 29.7 cm. CREATING TEXTS IN SECOND WORD ABNT Emmanuel Cassio Oliveira de Souza 6 Figure 5 - Dialog - Paper Tab 4.2. Paragraph The Paragraph is a very important resource in a text, because this brings us vis ually the information on where one begins and ends idea. Most people know the im portance of using the paragraph in a text, but few people use the correct way to configure the paragraphs. Not knowing how to use the configuration many adopt s tandards such as: five spaces at the beginning of a paragraph,€or type the entir e paragraph and return to the beginning of this and press the TAB key. Working t his way then the work may present some problems such as text alignment. ABNT ask s for work to be formatted in a pattern, they should be justified, all text shou ld be typed with 1.5 line spacing and indentation in the first line of 1.25. Thi s configuration can be accomplished in several ways, one is: 1 Click on the Format menu option 2 Click on Paragraph CREATING TEXTS IN SECOND WORD ABNT Emmanuel Cassio Oliveira de Souza 7 With these steps will open a dialog box for setting paragraph, and that this dia log will be held every desired configuration. Illustration 6 - Paragraph Dialog 1. In the Alignment option should be chosen Justified 2. On the Level option of Topic should be kept as Body Text 3. In the options of Left and Right Indent mus t remain 0 cm, except when they are long quotations, notes, references and summa ries in the vernacular and in foreign languages must be typed or simple space an d a retreat. 4. In the Special option you should choose the first line, automati cally the next option By: get the default value 1.25 cm. 5. The options for Spac ing Before and After assigns a different spacing between paragraphs, you can kee p this setting to 0 cm in both options. 6. In Between the Lines option you shoul d choose the 1.5 line. 7. The option must be left in blank, for a change in v al or unconfigure the previous option, Between lines. 8. Click OK 4.3. Sources It is recommended to use Times New Roman or Arial. The size of the source is usu ally recommended: Font size: 14 titles - 14 High box text captions 12 CREATING TEXTS IN SECOND WORD ABNT Emmanuel Cassio Oliveira de Souza 10 footnote s 8 4.4. Titles Titles of major divisions or sections primaries should be typed in capital lette

rs and bold (eg: 1. INTRODUCTION), centered, numbered in Arabic, without punctua tion, starting the text after two space contract also applies to the Summary and the abstract, except for numbering. The section titles in secondary (1.1) and t ertiary (1.1.1) must be typed in bold capital letters with the initials only for first (1.1 Secondary Section) and only on the first floor to the second (Sectio n 1.1.1 Tertiary) . There is no need to use different spacing between these sect ions (subsections), and only use at least one space between the end of a paragra ph of text and the beginning of a new section (as used in this document). The ma in section headings, or titles that take only a number, must begin on a sheet, t here can be no text above them. To expedite the configuration of the bonds must be used the feature style. A Style is a set of formatting characteristics that can be applied to text, tabl es and lists of your document to quickly change its appearance. When you apply a style, you apply a whole group of formats in one simple operation. For example, instead of taking three separate steps to format your title as Aria l, 16 points and centralized, you can get the same result in one step by applyin g the Title style. The following are the types of styles that can be created and applied: ? A paragraph style controls all aspects of the appearance of a paragraph, such as text alignment, tab stops, line spacing and borders and can i nclude character formatting. ? A character style affects selected text in a paragraph, as font and text size, and the bold and italic formats. ? A table style provides a consistent look to borders, shading, alignment and fonts in tables. CREATING TEXTS IN SECOND WORD ABNT Emmanuel Cassio Oliveira de Souza ? 9 A list style applies alignment, numbering or bullet characters and similar sources to the lists. Illustration 7 - Formatting Toolbar Styles Type Fonts Figure 8 - Style Font Size The use of styles accelerates greatly the formatting of the text avoiding rework and configuration is still invaluable resource for future creation of automatic indexes Picture 9 - List of Styles of Word Patterns

It is recommended to first configure the sources of styles and patterns even bef ore they start typing the text, but if it has not been done can be done at any t ime. There are predefined settings within Word, but you can change them or even create new styles according to criteria established by the user.For such a proce dure is: CREATING TEXTS IN SECOND WORD ABNT Emmanuel Cassio Oliveira de Souza 10 Illustration 10 - Accessing the Dialog Styles Using Style To Create a New Style. Available Styles Illustration 11 - Formatting Styles CREATING TEXTS IN SECOND WORD ABNT Emmanuel Cassio Oliveira de Souza 11 5. 5.1. Cover PRE-TEXTUAL ELEMENTS According to NBR 14724, preparation of cover is compulsory for external protecti on and on which to print information that help in the identification and utiliza tion of labor. It is very common to find various types of covers, not a conventi on, can be considered correct by ABNT provided containing the minimum informatio n required, and must rely on what the educational institution to adopt as standa rd. Must include the institution, job title, location and date, arranged at the discretion of the author. The inclusion of other elements is optional. Name of Institution - centered, small caps, with proportional font size of the n ame; Title - centered, small caps, with proportional font size of the title, sub title, if any - lowercase; Author - centered, uppercase with proportional font s ize of the name and size of the title, number of volumes (if more than one, shou ld appear on each cover the specification of its volume), location (city) - Loca l centered, uppercase; Year tank (delivery). - Centralized - on the site. instit ution where they should be presented; CREATING TEXTS IN SECOND WORD ABNT Emmanuel Cassio Oliveira de Souza 12 Illustration 12 - Cover Model 5.1.1 Setting a cap in Word As already said there is no standard convention for all documents varies greatly from institution to institution, the purpose of this topic is only to simplify the manufacturing of the cover using advanced features of Word. 1. Enter all ite ms attached to the cover (Institution, Title, Author, year of filing, location o f institution). 2. After entering the year, insert a section break, for that cli ck on the Insert menu, Break option .... Clicking the option Break

Figure 13 - Menu insert - Breaking ... 3. This fall will be designed to differentiate the training cover the rest of th e document. To this should be chosen in the dialog option to break the Section b reak types, and then the next page option CREATING TEXTS IN SECOND WORD ABNT Emmanuel Cassio Oliveira de Souza 13 Section break types, Next page Picture 14 - Dialog Breaks 4. How does that some formatting that match all od ocumento be isolated only on the cover, for example: the absence of header and footer, page numbering, use of edges. You create a new section when you want to change such properties as line numbering, number of columns, or headers and footers.) To vary the layout of a document on a page or between pages. Section: part of a document in which you set certain page formatting options. 5. After being inserted into a Section, we will make an even distribution of the contents of the cover in floor area of the paper so that you click on the File menu, and choose the option Page Setup. Click on the File menu, and the Page Setup option. 6. Dialog Box Page Setup, the layout will use the guide in order to have the dis tribution of terms in a uniform me, click on the CREATING TEXTS IN SECOND WORD ABNT Emmanuel Cassio Oliveira de Souza 14 Vertical Alignment Justified type option, the option Apply: This must be changed to Section. The Preview option: Apply This should be changed to Section, for the rest of the document will not suffer any kind of change The Vertical Alignment option should be changed to Justified, so that the text i s evenly distributed. 7. Having been made the previous changes we will have the following results. Picture 15 - Vertical Alignment Super ior Figure 16 - Vertical Alignment Justified 8. Will need to make some interventions, but these will not work. To facilitate understanding of the distribution of the text is recommended to use CREATING TEXTS IN SECOND WORD ABNT Emmanuel Cassio Oliveira de Souza 15 Appeal Show / Hide ¶ found on the Standard toolbar, or Actions Show / Hide ¶, th rough the shortcut CTRL + SHIFT + *.

Picture 17 - Standard Toolbar 9. With the use Show / Hide ¶ enabled you can view all hidden characters tab, an d paragraph spacing, and can disable it when no longer needed. 10. As the standa rd mentions that with the exception of sub-title (when it exist tir),€all other elements of the cover should be filed in the High box (all in uppercase letters in the sentence), many people re-enter when the text is not this way to avoid th is rework can use the feature lowercase and lowercase found on the Format menu o r via the shortcut Shift + F3. Figure 18 - Dialog Uppercase and Lowercase 11. A resource that can be used, and that improves the aesthetic appearance of t he cover are the edges, but precisely the Borders page that is on the Format men u option in Borders and Shading. Figure 19 - Menu option Format Borders and Shading 12. In the Borders and Shading option is only possible to set a border for the f irst page, where the hood. It is essential to have been used CREATING TEXTS IN SECOND WORD ABNT Emmanuel Cassio Oliveira de Souza 16 section break to be setup this differentiation between the sections of the docum ent. To take the edge In the Apply to: check the option This section or This section - First page Edge Types Figure 20 - Dialog Borders and Shading 13. In the dialog box Borders and Shading should be chosen a definition of Edge, the most used is the type box to be the simplest option applies to: This should be marked section, you must click on the Options button to setup some more reso urces. Illustration 21 - Borders and Shading Options CREATING TEXTS IN SECOND WORD ABNT Emmanuel Cassio Oliveira de Souza 17 14. In the options box should change the option from the Measure: Copy, if this option will not change as the standard that is End of the page, which will skirt the edge beyond the print area, which give rise a cut at the bottom. 5.2. Cover sheet (Obverse) The NBR 10524 and NBR 14724 define the procedures for the preparation of the tit le. It follows the format of the cover, with the inclusion of nature, purpose an d the advisor. The elements must appear in the following order: Author Name: responsible for intellectual work; Main Title work: it must be clea r and precise, identifying the content and providing indexing and retrieval of i nformation; Subtitle: if there is to be shown their subordination to the main ti

tle, preceded by two colon (:); number of volumes (if more than one, should appe ar on each cover sheet specifying the respective volume); Nature (thesis, disser tation, etc.) and objective (approval in discipline, degree sought and others); name of the institution to which it is submitted; area of concentration, name of the supervisor and, if any, co-supervisor; Location (city) where the institutio n should be presented; Year of filing (submission). CREATING TEXTS IN SECOND WORD ABNT Emmanuel Cassio Oliveira de Souza 18 Figure 22 - Model Cover Page 5.3. Cover Page (Back) According to NBR 14724 on the back of the cover page and at the bottom of it sho uld tell of the Cataloging. Should be drawn up by librarians for their unit or t he Library Ce ntral, aiming at standardization of inputs author, mentor and defi nition of subject headings from the index subjects recognized internationally. CREATING TEXTS IN SECOND WORD ABNT Emmanuel Cassio Oliveira de Souza Velasquez Alegre, Delia Patricia Perla V541t Basic techniques for 3D interaction with the mouse. / Delia Perla Patricia Velasquez Alegre.-Campinas, SP: [sn], 19 97. Advisor: Wu Shin-Ting Thesis (MA) - Catholic University of Paraná Curitiba, University of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science. 1. Man-machine intera ction. 2. Graphical user interfaces (Computer systems). I. Wu Shin-Ting. II. Sta te University of Campinas. Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computer Scienc e. III. Title. 19 Figure 23 - File Cataloging 5.4. Approval Sheet Binding element, which should contain: author, title in full subtitle (if any) p lace and date of approval name, signature and institution of the component membe rs of the board of examiners. CREATING TEXTS IN SECOND WORD ABNT Emmanuel Cassio Oliveira de Souza 20 Illustration 24 - Sheet Approval 5.5. Dedication and Acknowledgments According to the NBR 14724 Dedication and Acknowledgments are optional. Thanks a re directed only to those who have contributed to the drafting of relevant work. We recommend using the same source the body of work, size 12, which may be in i talics, aligned to 6 cm from the left margin, single spaced, typed up from the b ottom, without quotes. Example: I dedicate this work to my wife and my mother by forming themselves dif ferently as individuals€admirable in essence, stimuli that drove me to seek new life every day, thanks for having accepted to deprive the company of my studies, giving me the opportunity to accomplish even more. CREATING TEXTS IN SECOND WORD ABNT Emmanuel Cassio Oliveira de Souza 21

Tip: As done with the cover, change the vertical alignment, but in this case ut ILIZ alignment Bottom Figure 25 - Model Dedications 5.6. Title Title is the transcript of a thought, then the indication of authorship in conne ction with the matters to the body of work. It is transcribed without quotation marks and may also appear on the leaves of the Chapter. You must follow the same standards of dedication and thanksgiving, the text can be aligned right. "When you're learning, the teacher acts only as a needle, the student is the line. Lik e his mentor, I can help you by pointing you in the right direction. But as the needle of the line, I'm leaving you in the end, because the strength, the fiber and the ability to join any party shall be yours. " (Secretan, Lance H. K. Steps Tiger) 5.7. Summary on the vernacular According to NBR 14724 binding element, which consists of a concise presentation of relevant points of a text constitutes a sequence of sentences concise and ob jective, and not a mere list of topics, not exceeding 500 words, followed, below , of words representing the work content, ie keywords and descriptors, as [NBR 6 028]. CREATING TEXTS IN SECOND WORD ABNT Emmanuel Cassio Oliveira de Souza 22 5.8. Abstract in a Foreign Language (Abstract) Compulsory element when dealing with a thesis or dissertation. The summary consi sts of a version of the summary disclosure in idio ma International: English Cas tellano French abstract, Resumen, Résumé,. Must be followed by the words that represent the work content, ie keywords and d escriptors, in the language. As mentioned in the description above the summary o r abstract should not exceed 500 words, to count the number of words in the abst ract, use the Tools menu and Word Count. Illustration 26 - Count p alavras 5.9. Summary The use of summary is mandatory according to NBR 14724, it is an indication of t he contents of the document, reflecting its divisions or sections, and spelling in the same order they appear in the text. This serves to help them find the sec tion or the front page of tópicos.Usa the term "abstract" and not the words "ind ex" or "lists" to designate this part. Must indicate the number corresponding to the chapters and their divisions, the title of each piece and its pagination. CREATING TEXTS IN SECOND WORD ABNT Emmanuel Cassio Oliveira de Souza 23 Figure 27 - Summary 5.9.1 Creating a Table of Contents automatically in Word Microsoft Word has a fe ature that automatically generates a summary, since the numbering of the corresp onding page. To use this feature so useful you need a special preparation of the text. In Microsoft Word, there are several different options for creating a sum mary. You choose where to put it into your document, which will be the content a

nd format of each entry, and the page numbers are included. A summary of a docum ent consists of a list of topics or titles, tab fill characters (solid, dotted o r dashed lines that fill the space used by tab characters) and numbers of pages. You can create a TOC (table of contents using) by using the Styles headline1. I f you want to use your own formatting for titles, apply custom heading styles. A fter specifying the securities to be included, you can choose a design and build the table of contents. When you create a table of contents, Word searches for t he specified titles, sort them by heading level and displays the table of conten ts in the document. The ability to create summary is found in the Insert menu, o ption References, Indexes. As shown in the figure below: 1 See the titles of this work CREATING TEXTS IN SECOND WORD ABNT Emmanuel Cassio Oliveira de Souza 24 1 2 Figure 28 - Menu insert, Indices 3 Following the steps mentioned above will be shown a dialog box indices. This box has three tabs: Index is an index lists the terms and topics addressed in a doc ument along with the pages where they appear. This could for example be used to create a glossary. Table of Contents is a list of titles of a document. You can use it to get an overview of the topics covered in a document. Use for creating a summary.€Illustrations Index is a list of captions for pictures, charts, graph ics, slides or other illustrations in a document, along with the page numbers wh ere the subtitles appear. Figure 29 - Dialog - Indices CREATING TEXTS IN SECOND WORD ABNT Emmanuel Cassio Oliveira de Souza 25 Illustration 30 - Dialog Table of Contents In the dialog box is set to Table of Contents Table of Contents for the scholars hip should be kept the default settings. If there is any change in the work that jeopardizes the provision of the pages or add new topics if the summary does no t need to be redone this can only be updated through the Update Fields option. T o use the option to update fields must click upon the index with the right-click and choose Update Field. Will be shown a dialog box with two options: Update on ly the number of pages or the entire content pdate, and the option should be cho sen according to need of the moment. Figure 31 - Menu when clicked like the right button on the index Figure 32 - Dialog Updates index CREATING TEXTS IN SECOND WORD ABNT Emmanuel Cassio Oliveira de Souza 26

5.10. List of figures and tables Lists of figures and tables are optional, prepared according to the order presen ted in the text, with each item accompanied by a page number. To use this featur e to specify the image subtitles to include. When you create an index of files, Microsoft Word searches for the captions, sorts them by number and displays the image index in the document. This feature can be used, for example, to create li sts of figures and tables. Illustrations can be separated into groups, for examp le: pictures, graphs, maps, tables, equations, etc.. For when the Word generates lists the groups according to their type. To create a legend there are two proc esses. You can click on the Insert menu, References option, Subtitle, or click o n top of a figure with the right mouse button and choose Legend. Illustration 33 - subtitles Figure 34 - Menu Legend Both methods have opened the same dialog. CREATING TEXTS IN SECOND WORD ABNT Emmanuel Cassio Oliveira de Souza 27 Figure 35 - Dialog Caption In the caption option should be kept as AutoText, because it brings the numbers for the type each object type as the label chosen. Label is the option that sele cts the type of illustration, if desired classification is not provided you can create a new label with the name you want. To create the list of figures is simi lar to the process of creating the abstract, but this time in the index menu opt ion to be chosen will be index Illustrations. Illustration 36 - Index of Illustrations This index is constructed individually according to the label option chosen in t he name of the legend, or if there are five types of label the process should be repeated five times, each with a different label name. CREATING TEXTS IN SECOND WORD ABNT Emmanuel Cassio Oliveira de Souza 28 5.11. List of abbreviations and acronyms or glossary The creation of lists of abbreviations and the glossary is optional. The list of abbreviations and acronyms lies in the alphabetical abbreviations and acronyms used in the text, followed by the corresponding words or phrases spelled words. The Glossary consists of an alphabetical list of words or technical terms of res tricted use or obscure meaning, used in the text, accompanied by their definitio ns. For the creation of these items there is also a resource, the index. 5.12. Numbering of sections The primary sections are the main divisions of the text, called "chapters" The p rimary sections can be divided into sections, secondary, secondary to the tertia ry, and so on. According to the NBR 14724 code number precedes a section title, flush left, separated by a space character. Titles without numerical target, suc h as lists of illustrations, abstract, abstract, references, and others, should be centralized, as [NBR 6024]. To enhance the systematization of the work conten t, one must adopt a progressive numbering for the sections of text. The titles o f the primary sections (chapters) to be the main divisions of the text should be gin on a separate sheet. Among them gradually the titles of sections, using the

resources of bold, italic or italic, round, small caps or caps, or other, as [NB R 6024]. Sections 5.12.1 Numbering in Word Is it possible to number the sections automatically as the level of the topic, ie€when choosing a style of this title already appears with its corresponding number. To configure this feature you mu st click on Format, choose the Styles and Formatting on the Formatting toolbar o r click the button next to the box CREATING TEXTS IN SECOND WORD ABNT Emmanuel Cassio Oliveira de Souza 29 styles. In the Styles task pane, you should be clicking the right button over th e desired style and choose Modify. Button Styles and Formatting Illustration 37 - Formatting toolbar 1st right-clicking over the desired style 2 Click the Modify button .... Picture 38 - Task Pane Style Clicking the Format button Illustration 39 - Modify Dialog Box CREATING TEXTS IN SECOND WORD ABNT Emmanuel Cassio Oliveira de Souza Click numbe ring option 30 Illustration 40 - Menu formatting box change This button opens a few more options should choose a level that corresponds to t he level of its title These values represent the distance from the number in pragragrafo Illustration 41 - Numbering dialog box Must choose from this list the level of previous topic Illustration 42 - Extra options box numbering 5.13. Pagination All sheets of paper, from the cover sheet, should be counted sequentially, but n ot numbered. The numbering is placed from the first leaf of textual part, in Ara bic numerals in the upper right of the leaf, 2 cm from the top edge, leaving the last digit to 2 cm from the right edge of the sheet. At CREATING TEXTS IN SECOND WORD ABNT Emmanuel Cassio Oliveira de Souza 31 If the work is composed of more than one volume, one should maintain a single nu mbering sequence of the leaves, the first and last volume. Having appendix and a nnex, the leaves should be numbered m anuary and its continuous pagination shoul d follow up on the main text. 5.13.1 Numbering pages in Word to number pages in Word in a scholarly work should not only choose the number pages in Word. The co rrect way is: 1. Should be placed a section break prétextuais distinguishing ele ments, ie, after the summary. This so that the numbering may appear only after t

he introduction. Click on the Insert menu, option Break ... Section Break next p age. As shown previously in Figures 13 and 14. 2. It should display the header. Click on the V iew menu, the Show Header and Footer 3. Unchecking the button to link to the pre vious April. Even within the header click on the Insert menu, choose the number of pages. 5. Click the Format button box Numbering. 6. Change the option to Star t Page Numbering at:, and this type the page number, remembering that the number ing is told from the title page is shown but only after the introduction. 7. Hav ing inserted the numbering should update the index, as shown in Figure 32. 5.14. Equations and formulas Appear highlighted in the text so as to facilitate their reading. In the normal sequence of text, it is permissible to use a greater spacing to accommodate its entirety (exponents, and other indices). When the paragraph are centrally deploy ed and, if necessary, you should number them. When fragmented in more than one i nha, for lack of space, must be stopped before the sign of l equal to or after the signs of addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. CREATING TEXTS IN SECOND WORD ABNT Emmanuel Cassio Oliveira de Souza 5.14.1 Crea ting mathematical formulas in Word 32 Word has an editor which facilitates the development of mathematical formulas, M icrosoft Equation 3.0. This tool is part of Office package, but does not come in stalled. If your computer does not have this tool you will need the installation CD. This feature is in the Insert menu in the Objects option. After writing a f ormula that will behave like any one figure. Should be put captions for each for mula writing, later to be possible to create a list of equations. Illustration 43 - Box Object Illustration 44 - Microsoft Equation 5.15. Figures Whatever their type (graphic, photo, picture, layout, etc.), identification (cap tion) appears at the bottom preceded by the word 'Figure', followed by the seria l number of occurrence in the text in Arabic numerals, their title and / or capt ion of the source, if necessary. Captions should be brief and clear, eliminating reference to the text. Should be placed as close as possible to the passage to which they relate. CREATING TEXTS IN SECOND WORD ABNT Emmanuel Cassio Oliveira de Souza 33 5.16. Tables Are independent and consecutive numbering, the title (caption) is placed on top, €preceded by the word 'table' and his humerus of order n in Arabic numerals, tab les, we use horizontal and vertical wires to separate the column headings in the header and close them at the bottom, avoiding vertical wires to separate hills and horizontal rules to separate lines, the sources cited in the construction of tables, and any notes appear at the bottom (table) after the closing wire, if t ables are used reproduced in other documents, the author's permission is require d are not mentioned in the same and must be inserted as close as possible to the

passage referred to if the table does not fit on one sheet, should be continued on the next sheet and, if so, is not bounded by horizontal line at the bottom , since the title and header repeated on the next sheet. Picture 45 - Example of Table 5.16.1 Creating Tables in Word 1. Click on the Table menu option Insert Table 2. Choosing the Number of Columns and Rows Illustration 46 - Dialog Table CREATING TEXTS IN SECOND WORD ABNT Emmanuel Cassio Oliveira de Souza 3. Click th e AutoFormat button 4. Choose an option Classic 34 Illustration 47 - AutoFormat Dialog Box 5.17. References References according to the ABNT (2002, p.2) are "the set of elements that enabl e the identification, in whole or in part, of documents printed or recorded on v arious types of material," used as a source of consultation and cited the work p roduced. The reference consists of: ? Essential elements: information is required for identification the document, such as author (s), title, subtitle, edition, place, publisher and date of publication; ? Elements to Complementary essential for are the optional feature that may be added better publications referenced, such as organizer, volumes, editorial series or collection, etc.. So me additional factors in d eterminadas situations, may become essential in the c ase of paragraph Edition (revised edition or expanded). CREATING TEXTS IN SECOND WORD ABNT Emmanuel Cassio Oliveira de Souza 35

The elements of a referral is removed from the document itself should be used an d presented in a standardized sequence, as we shall see in the following example s. References are aligned left, with simple lines and space separated by double spacing. The feature used to highlight the title - bold, italic or underlined must be uniform in all references of the same model. References may appear in th e footer at the end of the text or chapter in a reference list or preceding summ aries and reviews. The constant references to a standardized list must always ob ey the same principles to choose to use additional elements, these should be inc luded in all references to that list. 5.17.1 Use of publications in their entire ty refer to the use of books, theses, dissertations, manuals, guides, encyclopedias, dictionaries, etc.. in its entirety, for the preparation of the w ork. Example 1: a person up to three authors, mention the name of them all. DANN A, Marilda Fernandes; Matos, Maria Amelia. Teaching observation. São Paulo, IDIC ON, 1996. MATTAR NETO, João Augusto. Scientific methodology in the information a ge. São Paulo: Saraiva, 2002. WERTHEIN, Jorge; CUNHA, Celio da. Foundations of t he new education. Brasília: UNESCO, 2000. 60p. (Education, v.5). Example 2: If m ore than three authors, it is mentioned first followed by the Latin expression e t al. LUCKESI, Carlos Cipriano et al. Making university: a methodological propos al. São Paulo: Cortez, 1989. LÜCK, Heloisa et al. The school participatory: the work of the school manager. Rio de Janeiro: DP & A, 2000. Example 3: Dissertatio ns, Theses and Other Academic Works. CREATING TEXTS IN SECOND WORD ABNT Emmanuel Cassio Oliveira de Souza 36 Meddis Conceição Maria Gobbo. Analysis of social representations of teachers and students on assessment in schools: a path built collectively. Thesis (MA in Psy chology) - PUC / SP, São Paulo. 1995. Magazines and newspapers 5.17.2 Example 1: The volume or issue of a magazine BRAVO. São Paulo: Avila, # 47, ago. 2001. MARIE and Cairo. New York: Viking, n.1 45, April 2003. SEE. São Paulo: Abril, n.14, April 11, 2001. Example 2: Articles authored MATOS, Francis Valdivia. Myths of teamwork. T & D, São Paulo, n.107, n ov. 2001. p.25-26. NOGUEIRA, Salvador. Brazil creates portable medical analyzer. Folha de São Paulo, São Paulo, 30 jan. 2002. Science Notebook, p.A12. Example 3: Articles without author INDIANS earn university. Patio, Porto Alegre: ARTMED, n.19, nov. / January 2002. p. 8.€INEQUALITY has not changed, says study. Folha de São Paulo, São Paulo, 30 jan. 2002. Everyday notebook, p.C5. 5.17.3 Electronic documents can be consider ed as electronic document all information stored in an electronic device (hard disk, floppy, CD-ROM, magnetic tape) or tra nsmitted via an electronic method. Examples of electronic documents are the soft ware, databases, sound files, text or picture available on CDs, tapes or discs, as well as information accessible online - via the Internet, including electroni c messages CREATING TEXTS IN SECOND WORD ABNT Emmanuel Cassio Oliveira de Souza 37 personal (e-mail), discussion forums, files, hypertext (HTTP, WWW sites), or Int ernet files, form of special acts, such as FTP, Gopher, Telnet, among others, si tuated in their respective sites. Example 1: Documents Online: Mesquita Filho, A lberto. Theory of scientific method: in search of a unifying model for the scien

ces and a creative return to university. Available at: <http://www.apollonialear ning.com.br>. Acesso em: 30 jan. 2002. LIBRARY online. Available at: <http://www .platano.com.br/abnt.htm> Accessed: 30 jan. 2002. Example 2: CD-ROM or CD: MORAE S, Claudia Anna Smith, NUNES, Andrea and Caruso, Tosca. Do it right. São Paulo, dez. 2001. 1 CD-ROM. 5.18. Quotes In a scientific work should always take care to make specific references to the ideas, phrases, or conclusions of other authors, that is, cite the source (book, magazine and all sorts of graphic material produced or electronically) where th ese data are extracted. Quotations may be: ? Direct, when referring to a literal transcription of the text an author, kept up the spelling, punctuation, language, etc., must be logged in quoted text; ? Indirect, when they are drafted by the author (s) (s) of work from ideas and contributions from another author, therefore, consist in the reproduct ion of the content and / or idea of the original document, shall be indicated in the text with the words: as ... (Author). Quotations based and improve the scie ntific quality of the work, so they have the responsibility to provide the reade r able to determine the source of which was derived ideas, findings or sentences , allowing him more thoroughly the topic / subject under discussion. They still have the function to add bibliographic information to enhance the text. CREATING TEXTS IN SECOND WORD ABNT Emmanuel Cassio Oliveira de Souza Sources can be: ? 38 Primary: when is the work of the author himself who is the object of study or research; ? Secondary: When this is the work of someone who studies thoughts of another author or make reference to it. According to ABNT (NBR 6023) , citations can be recorded both in footnotes Call Number System, as in the text , called System Alphabetical. Often the record of citations by Alphabetical Syst em, which places immediately after the end of the passage quoted above, the elem ents in parentheses in the text. The elements are: ? ? ? Author's last name in capital letters; Date of publication of the quoted text; P age (s) referenced (s) 5.18.1 Examples of Quotations Short quotations, with up to three lines, should b e presented in the quoted text and the end of the transcript, it is the quote. S hort is in this scenario, that "[...] AIDS shows us the extent that a disease ca n take in public space. It highlights brilliantly the relationship between biolo gical, the political, and social. " (HERZLICH and PIERRET, 1992, p.7). According to Paulo Freire (1994, p. 161), "[...] transform knowledge used in sci ence has epistemological implications because it allows rich media to think abou

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