Microsoft® Word 2007: intermediate Lessons

In this class for those with a basic knowledge of Microsoft Word 2007, you'll discover how to use document themes, find and replace text, use Format Painter, apply WordArt and create charts. You'll also learn how to use organizational and structural features within Word, add custom headers and footers and manipulate page setup and page layout functions to customize the look of your documents. 1. Microsoft Word tutorial: beyond the basics: working with text, graphics, color and objects Once you know how to create a simple document, you can raise the appeal factor with formatting techniques. In this lesson, you'll discover how to use document themes, find and replace text, use Format Painter, apply WordArt and create charts. 2. Microsoft Word tutorial: using page layout and page setup functions In this lesson, you'll learn how to use Word 2007 page layout and page setup functions in order to customize your document's margins and page orientation as well as manipulate other features to change the look of your document. 4. Microsoft Word tutorial: applying organizational and structural features to your documents In this lesson, you'll explore a variety of organizational and structural features available in Word 2007, such as footnotes, bibliographies, digital signatures, hyperlinks and more. 3. Microsoft Word tutorial: working with headers and footers Headers and footers are necessary to keep long documents orderly, especially by the use of page numbers, section titles and dates. In this lesson, you'll learn how to create custom headers and footers for your documents.

Welcome to the course

Microsoft Word tutorial: beyond the basics: working with text, graphics, color and objects
Once you know how to create a simple document, you can raise the appeal factor with formatting techniques. In this lesson, you'll discover how to use document themes, find and replace text, use Format Painter, apply WordArt and create charts.   Microsoft® Word 2007 is the latest version of this premier line of word processing programs, designed to help you create professional-quality documents, from letters and brochures to reports and Web pages. In this Microsoft Word 2007 free training, you'll go beyond the basics of using Word 2007 to explore document themes and page layout formatting, adding and modifying headers and footers, and incorporating organizational and structural features, such as footnotes, digital signatures, and more.

What you'll learn

This course consists of four lessons, each one with an assignment and a simple quiz. The lessons are:

This free Microsoft Word 2007 training course is one in a series of free Microsoft Word tutorials. The classes are designed to help you learn Word 2007 -- from the basics through advanced levels.

»  Microsoft Office Word  

Beyond the lessons, be sure to complete the assignments and quizzes. They're designed to reinforce important concepts and techniques you learned in the lessons. If you feel you need additional assistance or more detail on a certain topic at any point in the course, you can use the Microsoft Word Help feature. Throughout this course, we provide Flash examples. To view these examples, you need the Adobe Flash Player. Keep an eye out for notes with links that say "See how to ____" or something similar. Some of these files are very large (2 to 5 MB or so) and may take a while to appear or download if you have a slow connection.  

Lesson 1, "Microsoft® Word Tutorial: Beyond the Basics: Working with Text, Graphics, Color, and Objects," shows you how to raise a document's appeal factor with formatting techniques. In this lesson, you'll also discover how to use document themes, use Format Painter, apply WordArt, and create charts. Lesson 2, "Microsoft Word Tutorial: Using Page Layout and Page Setup Functions," shows you how use the Page Layout and Page Setup functions in Word 2007. Lesson 3, "Microsoft Word Tutorial: Working with Headers and Footers," explores headers and footers and shows you how to create custom headers and footers for your documents. Lesson 4, "Microsoft Word Tutorial: Applying Organizational and Structural Features to Your Documents," explains the use of organizational and structural features, such as cover pages, footnotes, digital signatures, and more.

Using document themes

Let's get started with the topics in Lesson 1.

Once you have the basics of Word 2007 under your belt, the fun can truly begin. Document themes are one of the great new features that Word 2007 offers. Now anyone can punch up their documents with color and sophistication. Document themes are complete sets of colors, fonts, and effects you apply with a single click of the mouse. You can change each of those items separately if you prefer; however, the idea behind document themes is to make it fast and simple to change everything in your document at once. A bonus to document themes: They're coordinated throughout Microsoft® Office 2007. That means if you're presenting documents created in Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook, you can easily apply a consistent look and feel in all of them.

»  HP Officejet all-in-ones »  HP Black & white multifunction and all-inone printers

To get started, open Word 2007, create a new document, and then save it as WordInt-Practice1. Now, add a few elements to the document before you actually apply themes:

Every theme provides four text and background colors, six accent colors, and two hyperlink colors.

1. To add a headline to the document, on the document's first line, type Document Themes Rock!, and then press Enter. 2. Highlight that text, and then change the font size to 36 point. (Hint: Use the Font Size list located in the Font group of the Home tab.) 3. Add some SmartArt by selecting SmartArt > All > Vertical Box List on the Insert tab, and then click OK.

Notice that the current document has a white background, black lettering in the headline, and blue boxes and lines in the SmartArt. Now it's time to apply a document theme. Follow these steps: As you search for the Foundry theme, notice how the colors and text change in the other themes that your mouse pointer passes over -- that's Live Preview in action. 1. On the Page Layout tab, in the Themes group, select Themes > Foundry from the Document Themes gallery, as shown in Figure 1-1.

Figure 1-1: You can pick from a variety of themes in the document themes gallery.

Did you see how the headline instantly changed to reflect your choice? You didn't have to highlight the text at all. Now this new font with the Foundry color appears throughout the document.

1. Assume you want to change the font used in the Foundry theme, but you want to keep the color scheme. Go back to the Themes group on the Page Layout tab, and then select Fonts. Select a different font, such as Equity.

You can do the same kind of thing with colors and effects, too. Just select what you want from those galleries within the Themes group on the Page Layout tab. To see the available effects, select Effects > Module. See how the SmartArt changed? Dual lines are now shown instead of single lines.

Creating a customized theme

When you're ready to save your document, you can do it as you normally would using the Quick Access Toolbar or the Microsoft Office Button menu. However, if you've created a new document theme by customizing font, color, or effects options, you might want to keep that theme for future documents so

select a different font from the Font list. 3. in the Illustrations group. and then draw it anywhere on your document. and then keep it open so you can continue to use it. This tool lets you instantly copy and apply formatting to text. On the Page Layout tab. On the Insert tab." 6. On the Home tab. select Shapes. Click Save. even onto the stage at a rock concert. Your new theme is saved in Word's Document Themes folder and is automatically available to you when you select the Themes command. press the Esc key on your keyboard. You can't use Format Painter to copy a font or font size in WordArt text. Pick the Explosion 1 shape from the Stars and Banners section in gallery. Follow these steps to save the theme you just created as a new document theme you can access in other documents: 1. and draw it on your document. Pick the Rectangle shape from the Basic Shapes section in the gallery. Highlight the first part of the sentence. in the Themes group. It works best with simple text and graphics. Quick Style galleries. such as shapes. 3. The Format Painter is not available for use when it's grayed out in the Clipboard group. Here's how to use Format Painter: The entire text in the sentence should now be in your selected font. select Themes > Save Current Theme. In the document titled WordInt-Practice1. click Format Painter. Type a name for the theme in the File Name text box. »  HP Officejet Pro printers »  HP Color LaserJet printers   1. 3. 5. Click and drag the mouse pointer (which now looks like a paintbrush) over the remaining text in the sentence to highlight it --"even onto the stage at a rock concert. type the following text beneath the SmartArt graphic: A rock can roll into the most unusual places. let's try it using some simple shapes: 1. If you've ever needed to change pieces or even large sections of text into a different format. exist in several areas of Word 2007. To stop the formatting action and continue typing in the original font. Using Format Painter   Now that you have an idea of how to use document themes in Word 2007. 2. you're going to love the Format Painter. When you change a document's theme. through the comma. Release the mouse. such as the Document themes gallery.you don't have to reselect all those options again. 2. any items you've added using a Quick Style gallery also change to match the new theme. such as borders and fills. and even lets you quickly format some simple graphical elements. 4. 2. let's move on to using the Format Painter. such as Franklin Gothic Book. For example. Both shapes should appear as . Save your Word 2007 document using the Quick Access Toolbar. In the Clipboard group.

»  HP LaserJet multifunction printers »  HP Color multifunction . Click the location in the document where you want the WordArt to appear. giving it an entirely different look and feel. Using dropped caps You've probably noticed dropped caps -. You can even modify 3-D effects to suit your needs. Save your document. Format Painter applies the same shape style you selected for the first shape. Or. you can select Spacing in the Text group. pick a command from the Shadow Effects group. 8. 1. On the Home tab. Want to quickly enlarge or reduce your WordArt? Click to select the WordArt object. and then click OK. and then hover your mouse pointer over different options to see how each impacts your WordArt. 5. Select the Explosion 1 object you drew. if you want to change the shadowing of the text. To add WordArt to your document. A tab labeled WordArt Tools Format is now available. in the Text group. hip text for your document. 6. Figure 1-2: WordArt gallery. 3. In Word 2007. dropped. These styles are terrific for creating flyers or other documents in which you need to catch a reader's eye from a distance. as shown in Figure 1-2. let's create some WordArt in your document.Creating WordArt   Now that you know how to use Format Painter to your advantage. WordArt is a gallery of decorative text styles that's easy to use and apply. Then. Select Dropped or In margin from the shortcut menu. When you're ready to create some fun. click the beginning of an existing paragraph where you want to place the dropped cap. such as WordArt Is Cool. pick a shape style from the Shape Styles gallery. simple line drawings. enter any text you like. Pick a style from the WordArt gallery. follow these steps: 1. select Drop Cap. Exploring the options on the tab reveals several ways you can modify and format your WordArt.large. Word displays examples of each style so you can decide which one is best for your document. for instance. To insert a dropped cap into a document. The text you entered has WordArt applied. Select the 3-D Effects command in the 3-D Effects group. Select the rectangle object you drew. or be used in special areas of a document. you'll want to use WordArt. 2. click Format Painter. take a look at the Ribbon. Dropped caps can also be used quite easily in Word 2007 documents. 7. In the Edit WordArt Text dialog box that opens. On the Insert tab. and then click a text box handle and drag the WordArt to the size you prefer. For example. Now. Pick from one of the options (Very Tight to Very Loose) to space the text differently. click WordArt. On the Drawing Tools Format tab in the Shape Styles group. They can help you establish new sections in a lengthy document. They're generally used at the beginning of a chapter to add interest and set apart new text from previous text. if your text is too tight. on the Insert tab. 4. in the Text group. initial capital letters --in various books.

and Excel 2007 opens a corresponding worksheet. and then click Edit Text in the Text group of the WordArt Tools Format tab. you can illustrate differences or similarities in data. too. Charts are a useful tool in Word 2007 because they can help focus the audience on key points by arranging data into categories. You'll occasionally want to give the chart a little flair. and each type has several subtypes. just make a different selection using the WordArt Styles gallery. Click OK. It's a fairly simple process to format individual chart elements. and then click OK to close the dialog box. Now that you've become familiar with WordArt. There are 11 different types of charts to work with. giving you some basic options for editing your text. With a chart. The Insert Chart dialog box opens. To format chart elements individually. and then make changes as desired in the dialog box that corresponds to it. »  HP Original ink & toner »  HP Color inkjet printers Figure 1-3: Chart gallery. draw attention to trends. let's take a look at how you can use charts in your Word 2007 documents. Select the first pie chart from the Chart gallery in the dialog box. and more. click Chart. and all-in-one printers Creating and formatting charts   Feel free to play around with WordArt and express your creativity! If you decide you don't like the original style you chose. just select the element. You can enter data for the chart by entering it into the spreadsheet. or by right-clicking an element in the chart itself and selecting Edit Data from the shortcut menu. too. You can create a chart in Word 2007 by following these steps: 1. follow these steps to change the . select the WordArt object. in the Illustrations group. Make any changes you'd like. For example. 2.To edit the text. Enlarge image The chart you've selected is placed into your document. On the Insert tab. The Edit WordArt Text dialog box opens. 1. as shown in Figure 1-3. make comparisons. See how to create and edit WordArt.

The Format Legend dialog box opens. apply WordArt. 2. You won't need it again for the remainder of the course. 4. 3. Pick the chart element you want to format. Open a new. On the Insert tab. In the text box. and then select a color of your choice. The legend in the pie chart is highlighted. The chart element options display. you discovered how to use document themes and Format Painter. In Lesson 2. select WordArt. type Garage Sale Today. You can quickly format small sections of a chart by right-clicking a specific chart element. 2. Click the Chart Tools Format tab. 3. complete the assignment and take the quiz for this lesson. Click Format Selection in the Current Selection group. Assignment #1 For this assignment: 1. 2. 3. open the Chart Elements menu. . Save the WordInt-Practice1 file you've been working on during this lesson. 1. In the Current Selection group. and then selecting Format Data Point or Format Data Series and using the options within the dialog box that opens. See how to create and format a chart. you get to focus on fun rather than sophistication to discover what WordArt can do for you. Click the Color list arrow. and then click OK. Click Close. blank document in Word 2007. with the right selections and modifications. Select Fill in the left pane. 5. it can make your document look near-expertly created.Legend section for the pie chart you just inserted in the previous steps: 1. Select Legend. and Solid fill in the right pane. Figure 1-4: Chart elements. Locate and select WordArt style 15. 4. Before moving on. if you like. you'll learn how to modify Word 2007's Page Setup and Page Layout settings in your documents. WordArt is not only fun to work with. In this assignment. Enlarge image The legend section of the pie chart should now be the color you picked. and create charts. as shown in Figure 1-4. Moving on In this lesson. in the Text group.

Click Edit Text in the Text group. 14. 9. 6. Question 2: True or False: When you change a document's theme. 18. On the WordArt Tools Format tab. and then type Garage Sale Today in the text box. in the WordArt Styles group. With the second WordArt object still selected. False Design Artist False Question 4: Which tool lets you copy and instantly apply formatting to text in Word 2007? C) D) Question 5: True or False: Eleven different types of charts are available in Word 2007. close the file. 10. With the first WordArt object still selected. 17. Save your file as WordInt-Assign1. 16. you'll learn how to use Word 2007 page layout and page setup functions in order to customize your document's margins and page orientation as well as manipulate other features to change the look of your document. The Edit WordArt dialog box opens. select Shape Fill. Question 3: True or False: WordArt is a gallery of clip art and picture files. Click OK. Change the font to Showcard Gothic or the font of your choice. locate and select WordArt style 15. You might need to change the color of the WordArt for the best effect. 11. fonts. Select any color from the menu using Live Preview to explore how different colors will look. and then select Very Loose from the menu. and then select a 3-D perspective of your choice. 7. 12.Quiz #1   A) B)       A) B) A) B) A) B)     A) B) C) D) Question 1: What's the complete set of colors. any items you've added using a Quick Style gallery also change to match the new theme. in the 3-D Effects group. select Double Wave 1 (second row. Enter Amazing. Select the first WordArt object you inserted on the page. select Spacing in the Text group of the WordArt Tools Format tab. True False Paint Preview Live Preview Format Painter Microsoft Word tutorial: using page layout and page setup functions In this lesson. Under Warp. and then click OK. select 3-D Effects. first icon). Select the first WordArt again. 15. Select the second WordArt object you inserted on the page. 13. and effects called in Word 2007? Document effects Word themes True True Document themes Document thematics 5. select Change Shape. Select WordArt again. 8. and then exit Word.   . On the WordArt Tools Format tab.

4. it's likely in a vertical format -. On the Page Layout tab. and graphics. select Selected text. 2. Whereas Lesson 1 showed you how to work with text. this lesson focuses mainly on page layout settings. and then click OK to close the dialog box. select Orientation. In Word. select Margins > Custom Margins. In the Apply to list. in the Page Setup group.in a few simple steps. The Page Setup dialog box opens.called landscape orientation -. Type some basic text into it -. Enlarge image . Word inserts page breaks before and after the text you selected so that pages in portrait format and pages in landscape format have the correct text on each page. On the Page Layout tab. This orientation is the default format in Word 2007. Select Portrait or Landscape on the Margins tab.Changing page orientation. you can have portrait and landscape pages in a single document. Although most people create and view documents in portrait orientation. size and margins Change page orientation Welcome back. When you look at your document. and create objects. open a new. blank document and save it as WordInt-Practice2. »  HP Paper »  HP Print servers   To change the orientation of some pages in your document but not all of them. in the Page Setup group. To get started. depending on your needs. 2. follow these steps: 1. To change the orientation of all the pages in a document. as shown in Figure 2-1. horizontal orientation is frequently used to present charts or other items that fit better in a wider page format. 3. Highlight the text on the pages for which you want to change the orientation. because it's more vertical than horizontal.that's called the portrait orientation. You can change this orientation to a horizontal format -.about three sentences will be adequate. Figure 2-1: A document containing pages in portrait and landscape orientations. Select Portrait or Landscape. colors. follow these steps: 1.

the blank space surrounding the text on each page. and then scroll to find and select Custom size. and don't forget to stock the appropriate paper in the printer before you print: 1. The Page Setup dialog box opens. Change the Width and Height settings to meet your needs. On the Page Layout tab. 2. Margins are typically used to help with printing issues. Just follow these steps to make a fast change to the paper size of your document. If the sizes shown in the gallery don't meet your needs. called Tabloid) for a special event. Click OK. Click the Paper tab.5 x 14 inches) size. the 1. you can set up a custom paper size following these steps: Change margins Every document has margins -. because most printers can't print to the actual edge of a piece of paper. in the Page Setup group. Pick a new paper size from the Paper Size gallery. If the types of documents you create vary in size. Figure 2-2: Paper Size gallery.5 x 11 inches) and legal (8. in the Page Setup group. you'll be pleased to hear that changing the page size for your document is a quick process. 3. On the Page Layout tab. or even create a poster (generally 11 x 17 inches. 4. Open the Paper size drop-down list. as shown in Figure 2-2. select Size.Change page size Some people produce documents in letter (8. select Size > More Paper Sizes. In Word 2007. 5. 2. if it's not already selected. .

Before you do. bottom. Will it be placed in a binder with pages facing one another? Or will the pages be stapled at the upper-left corner with each page following the other but not facing any other page? Your needs will drive the margin space required for each document. You can insert manual page breaks into your documents." if your margins are likely to produce printing problems. and then enter the values you want. you might have a need to specify where a page breaks (stops) and where the next one begins. to change or set page margins. Your entire document changes to the new margin settings. and sides of a page. 3. Select the preset margins you prefer. To do that. select More Columns. Want to specify your own margin settings? Select Custom Margins when using the Margins command. Select Advanced. check the Show text boundaries check box. Word 2007 displays the message "One or more margins are set outside the printable area of the page. Adding columns and inserting manual page breaks   It's a straightforward process to add columns in Word 2007: Now that you know how easy it is to make adjustments to your page margins in Word 2007. let's move on to adding columns and inserting manual page breaks. just uncheck Show text boundaries. 2. »  HP Officejet all-in-ones »  HP Black & white multifunction and all-inone printers That's it -.the text appears in columns on the page you selected. Now. 1. click Word Options). Select the column type you want from the menu that appears. If you don't see an option you like. and then click OK. Inserting page breaks In lengthy documents. You might always want to add columns to a document if you're producing a newsletter. Adding columns to text can often help draw a reader's attention to certain information. in the Page Setup group. and then specify your own settings. carefully consider how the document will be used. you may want to adjust the margins on a page. When you want to stop the boundaries from showing. 2. select Margins.default margins are 1 inch on the top. you should view your page margins by enabling the text boundaries option in Word. however. in the Page Setup group. . Click the location on the page where you want to insert columns.this box shows you the page margins quite clearly. or you can let Word do the work for you. On the Page Layout tab. On the Page Layout tab. Although you might have rulers showing at the top and sides of your pages. for example. In the Show document content section. open Word Options (click the Microsoft Office Button. select Columns. Your document now shows a dotted box surrounding the text on each page -. Sometimes. Choose the Fix button to increase the appropriate margins. follow these steps: 1.

in the Illustrations group. you'll learn how to handle both processes. In this section. To prevent page breaks in the middle of a paragraph. Let's explore manual page breaks and learn how you can prevent page breaks from occurring in the middle of a paragraph. Highlight the paragraph that you want to remain intact. there'll be occasions when you want to keep certain items together all the time. Word 2007 inserts the page break where you clicked on the page. let's move on to grouping and arranging objects. text. 6. Pick the Oval shape from the Basic Shapes section in the gallery. 1. 2. On the Insert tab. Click the Line and Page Breaks tab. Save your file. follow these steps: 1. When you work with clip art. On the Page Layout tab. let's assume that you want to make sure a certain paragraph doesn't get broken up by Word's default page break process. You might also want to arrange the items on your page so that one object is in front of or behind another. let's create two shapes in your document: 1. click Page Break. 7. 2. the two items remain as a single object. 2. First. as shown in Figure 2-3. 3. follow these steps: 1. Check the Keep lines together checkbox. you'll want to keep both items together so that as page breaks occur or other changes happen to the document. Figure 2-3: Dialog box launcher button. For example. select Shapes. 5. blank document. Draw the oval in the upper-left corner of your document. Click the location in the document where you want a new page to start. 4. Your objects should resemble Figure 2-4. pictures. 2. In that case. Now. click the Paragraph group dialog box launcher. On the Insert tab. and then close the file. The Paragraph dialog box opens. Click OK to save your changes.There are many different ways to apply page breaks. if you like. 3. maybe you inserted a picture and then used a text box to provide a caption for the picture. in the Pages group. Go back to the Shapes gallery and select the Isosceles Triangle shape. »  HP Officejet Pro printers »  HP Color LaserJet printers . Grouping and arranging objects   Now that you know how to add columns and manual page breaks to your document. and other objects in Word 2007. 4. Open a new. To insert a manual page break. Draw the triangle in the upper-right corner of your document.

Arranging objects Let's assume you want to place one shape you've drawn over another. You must be sure to fully enclose both objects in the box. The following steps show you one method: 1. with no blue squares or circles between the objects. 2. and then drag it over the oval so that it resembles Figure 26. select the Group list arrow. To ungroup the two objects you just grouped. and then select Group. Notice that all the blue squares and circles now encompass both objects. and then select Group > Ungroup. Figure 2-5: Two shapes selected. Both objects should have blue squares and circles on the edges. Grouping objects There are multiple ways to group objects. in the Editing group. . On the Home tab. indicating they're selected. 1. In the Arrange group. go back to the Arrange group. Click to select the triangle. as shown in Figure 2-5. select Select > Select Objects. Now it's time to group the two objects together so that they act as a single object. Click the Drawing Tools Format tab. Using your mouse pointer. This indicates the objects are in a single group. 2.Figure 2-4: Two shapes on a page. draw a box over both shapes. You should ungroup the objects before moving to the Arranging Objects section.

blank document. Close the Word document without saving when you're ready to move on. (Don't click the arrow next to Send to Back. If you can't see the triangle. in the Document Views group. the hyphenation will only apply to that text. In Figure 2-6. Word 2007 automatically counts lines in your documents.   1. select Hyphenation > Automatic on the Page Layout tab. which can come in useful for scripts.if you do. Now the triangle is in its original position. select Line Numbers > Continuous to number consecutively in the document. On the Page Layout tab.Figure 2-6: One shape overlaps the other. just click the oval to select it. To restart numbering on each page (from the number 1). To show line numbers in a document. in the Page Setup group. There are so many special features in Word 2007 that it's impossible to cover them all in one four-lesson course. you'll probably want to also have Word automatically hyphenate words throughout your document. Select the triangle object. legal documents. select Send to Back. the triangle is arranged on top of the oval. and then perform Step 2. and general review of documents. this section covers four more features you might find particularly useful. and type at least three lines of text. On the View tab.) Working with special features Inserting line numbers Now that you know how to group and arrange objects in Word 2007. However. In the Arrange group. click Print Layout. Open a new. »  HP LaserJet multifunction printers »    HP Color multifunction and all-in-one printers Adding automatic hyphenation When you use justification in a document. follow these steps: 1. like this: Now the triangle is behind the oval. 2. let's take a look at some special features you might want to use in your documents. To place the triangle behind the oval. select Restart Each Page instead. on top of the oval. 2. use Arrange group commands on the Drawing Tools Format tab. To do that. Don't select any text prior to setting up automatic hyphenation -. . 3. Page Setup group.

select Watermark. In Lesson 3. To insert a watermark into your document. you'll learn how to work with headers and footers in Word 2007. 2. That wraps up this lesson. On the Insert tab. in the Page Background group. in the Arrange group. Using margins and columns can help you organize a document so that it's easy to read and edit. 3. Select the cow picture.Adding watermarks If you create drafts of documents for others to review. Close the Word document without saving it. Before moving on. 2. Watermarks are translucent text that appear behind regular text in your documents and can be easily seen in Print Layout and Full Screen Reading views. and then save it as WordInt-Assign2. In the Search for text box of the Clip Art window. 1. In this assignment. 7. select Watermark > Custom Watermark. 6. select Position. You should be well on your way to creating much more useful and aesthetically pleasing documents in Word 2007. in the Illustrations group. On the Page Layout tab. and then make any changes you like in the Printed Watermark dialog box. You'll try this with a Word Clip Art picture: See how to use Word 2007's special features. complete the assignment and take the quiz for this lesson. 4. . type cow. They're also easily identifiable in printed documents but not so much that the primary text is difficult to read. you learned how to use Word 2007 Page Layout and Page Setup features as well as learned tips on a variety of other functions to help customize documents. select Clip Art. or documents that need to be specially marked with copyright or other information. Open Word Options. To edit the watermark. Select a watermark of your choice from the gallery. 2. Open the WordInt-Assign1 file you created in Lesson 1's assignment. Position your cursor anywhere on the page. 1. Positioning pictures Sometimes it's easier to position a picture into your text rather than use text wrapping to make the text fit the picture. Moving on Assignment #2 For this assignment: In his lesson. you might want to use watermarks on your document. Select the position you want applied from the menu. follow these steps: 1. Click the Go button. you'll work with both. 5. On the Picture Tools Format tab.

6. 8. In this lesson. 5. Select Columns in the Page Setup group.) C) D) Displaying objects Arranging objects True Coloring objects Organizing objects False False Question 5: True or False: To change page margins. you use the Paragraph group on the Page Layout tab False Microsoft Word tutorial: working with headers and footers Headers and footers are necessary to keep long documents orderly. 3. and then click anywhere on the page. select Margins > Wide. On the Page Layout tab. 7. 3. select Margins.) Landscape Portrait Picture Countryside True True Question 2: True or False: Grouping is the term that describes two objects connected together to form a single object. If there is no ruler. select Columns. In the Show document content. Using the ruler at the top of the page. and then select Left. click the View tab. then the Ruler checkbox in the Show/Hide group. 5. 1. 7. narrow each column width to 1inch each. section titles and dates. in the Page Setup group. and then select Three from the menu. Quiz #2   A) B)       A) B) A) B) A) B)     A) B) C) D) Question 1: Which of the following are page orientation formats in Word 2007? (Check all that apply. narrow each column height to 4 inches each. Click Advanced. close the file. Using the ruler at the side of the page. Save your file as WordInt-Assign2. especially by the use of page numbers. Select Narrow. On the Quick Access Toolbar. select Orientation > Landscape. narrow the right column width to 2 inches. in the Page Setup group. 4. click the Save button. and then click OK. Using the ruler at the top of the page. in the Page Setup group. Question 4: Which term describes placing one object over another? (Check all that apply. you'll learn how to create custom headers and footers for your documents. and then exit Word. hover your mouse pointer over the ruler where the white and blue backgrounds meet until the pointer changes to double arrows in boxes. On the Page Layout tab. On the Page Layout tab. 6. Do not use the sliders. check the Show text boundaries check box. 2. Question 3: True or False: Word 2007 can automatically hyphenate words throughout your document. . On the Page Layout tab. 4.To change the column width.

don't use a date/time format. and then click Date & Time in the Insert group of the Header& Footer Tools Design tab. Locate and select a header from the gallery. click the [Type text] area.the text in the header itself is dark and a dotted blue line flows at its lower edge. With these galleries. Word 2007 makes it a smooth process to insert headers and footers into a document because it uses a gallery with pre-built designs that you can just drop right in. graphics. in the Header & Footer group. Also notice that a new tab has appeared in the Ribbon: the Header & Footer Tools Design tab. Enlarge image Because the header is active. you can insert the text you need by clicking [Type text]. headers and footers are areas of a document that exist in the top and bottom margins. changes made to a header or footer on an odd page in the document will only be reflected on other odd pages. select Blank (Three Columns). Generally. you can create custom headers and footers to meet your exact needs and save them for reuse in other documents. 3. Figure 3-1: When a header is inserted. For this example. as shown in Figure 3-1. it becomes the active section of the document. type Sample. You can select any date format you like. and then typing the text. respectively. Open a new. for example. 1. The one exception is if you designate that headers and/or footers to be different on alternating pages. »  HP Original ink & toner »  HP Color inkjet printers Headers and footers flow throughout a document -. from page orientation to columns to hyphenation.changes made to a header in one part of a document are reflected in all other headers.Creating custom headers and footers   Lesson 2 covered several Page Layout and Page Setup settings. Notice that the text in the main portion of the document is grayed out -. you'll focus on creating and modifying custom headers and footers. such as your company's logo or document titles. let's enter some information in the header: 1. To see this in action. 2. In this lesson. In the far left Type text area. 2. select Header. blank document. Creating a header To create a custom header. however. follow these steps: Word inserts the header into the document. In that case. On the Insert tab. insert the date to be automatically updated. and then save it as WordInt-Practice3. To do this. You can insert text. In the center Type text area. or field codes into headers and footers. Also .

Select any time format you like. we left the top of the document simple and inserted the pizzazz into the bottom of the document where it's noticeable but not overpowering. insert the time to be automatically updated. select Footer. In this case. so don't feel you have to type exactly what they indicate. The left (main) footer area indicates that a company address can be entered. such as Tiles. check the Update automatically checkbox. 3. Enlarge image In this example. in the Header & Footer group.Your document header should resemble Figure 3-2. Figure 3-2: A header with a date field and a time field. follow these steps: Your document footer should resemble Figure 3-3. Also check the Update automatically checkbox. 2. On the Insert tab. sometimes that's too much of a good thing. Click the Type Text area. Sections like these in headers and footers are designed as guidelines. Enlarge image See how to create a custom header. and then click Date & Time in the Insert group of the Header& Footer Tools Design tab. except for a date/time format. and then click OK. Creating a footer To create a custom footer. and then click OK. . Locate and select a footer from the gallery. 1. Although you can use matching headers and footers in your documents. you can see that the footer is very different from the header you created. In the right Type Text area. Figure 3-3: A footer with a text field and a page number. you can enter a company name or any text of your choice.

To do this. notice that the header and footer sections are blank. As you compare pages in your document. Just because the header and footer are inactive doesn't mean they'll print with a light gray or faded appearance. However. When you want to type in a header or footer. To add different headers and footers to odd and even pages. Double-click in the header to make it the active portion of the document. and clear the Different Odd & Even Pages checkbox. the header and footer on the second page should be the same as on the first page. for example. occasionally. Check the Different First Page checkbox. maybe you need a cover sheet for a research report. double-click in the main section of the document so that the header and footer become inactive. 2. you'll see that the 1. Instead. check the Different Odd & Even Pages checkbox in the Options group. . just double-click it. Before you move on. As a reminder. Using header and footer options One way to set up headers and footers is to make them appear on different pages in the document. you might want one header or footer on even pages. This is just Word's way of indicating which area of the document is currently active and can be typed in. in the Pages group. double-click the footer on the first page. let's explore how to edit them. And. and when you double-click the main section of the page (or click the Close Header and Footer button). If you have pages that will face one another when printed. you don't necessarily need the same header and footer on the odd and even pages. The Header & Footer Tools Design tab appears on the Ribbon. as shown in Figure 3-4. At this point. the footer becomes inactive. Press the Enter twice to add a few blank lines to your document.There are two other items to notice in this particular footer: The page number is already inserted. »  HP Paper Double-click in the main part of the document. You could add completely different text here so that your odd and even pages show different header and footer information. Click the location in the document where you want a new page to start. to create a page break: On page 2. Figure 3-4: The Header & Footer Tools Options group. and then insert a page break to create a second page. for now. or click the Close Header and Footer button. But what if you want the header and footer of your first page to be different from the headers and footers in the rest of your document? For example. Now if you look at your document. you might want a unique header or footer on the document's first page but prefer different ones on the remaining pages of the document. just make the header and footer the same on every page. click Page Break. On the Insert tab. Editing headers and footers   Now that you know how easy it is to add headers and footers in Word 2007. your headers and footers are inactive. and a different header or footer on odd pages.

remain the same as originally set up. Businesses. a header or footer must be active in order for this tab to be visible on the Ribbon. you've reduced it enough. With the graphic still selected. it's an equally simple process to edit pictures or other objects. Click the image and. The image should now be inserted into your header. highlight the time field and delete it. using a corner handle. Try this by doubleclicking the word "Sample" in your header and changing that text to "Edited Sample. click Clip Art in the Insert group. In the Options group of the Header & Footer Tools Design tab. Editing text If you need to change the text in a header or footer. You probably noticed that the header increased in size again due to the change -. for example. 2. 1. click an image of your choice. reduce it to a size appropriate for the original size of the header." and when the results appear. however. click the Picture Tools Format tab. In the header.first page header and footer sections are now blank and can be filled in with new information. can add company logos to a header or footer. You can use any of the tools in the Picture Tools Format tab to modify your graphic. An example is shown in Figure 3-5. When the graphic itself continues to reduce in size but the header does not. Using Word 2007 design functions for headers and footers can help you create exceptionally professional documents. it's very large. Select Reflected Rounded Rectangle and watch your graphical image change. Search for the word "Building. »  HP Officejet all-in-ones »  HP Black & white multifunction and all-inone printers Remember. 2. clear the Different First Page and Different Odd & Even Pages checkbox. Page 2's header and footer. Let's get started: When you work with design elements (explained in the next section). Still in the Header & Footer Tools Design tab. .just reduce the size of the graphical image to reduce the header. However. Then. click the fifth picture to the right in the Picture Styles group. 1. Just click the object and remove it or change it as needed. 1." Using design functions with your header or footer   Header instructions apply equally to footers in this section. you can just double-click the area needing the edit and type in the new information.

It also can help you stay on top of where things are within your own document. let's assume you want to place the page number on the right side of the footer instead of the left where Word automatically placed it. let's take a look at how you can add page numbers. in the Header & Footer group. follow these steps: . 2. select Page Number. To add a different footer. On the Insert tab. in this section. Add a different footer that already has numbers formatted on the right. Enlarge image See how to incorporate design functions into a header. »  HP Officejet Pro all-inones »  HP Color LaserJet printers   That's it -. Save your document but leave it open for work in the next section. in the Header & Footer group. When you have a document with multiple pages. you might prefer to use letters or Roman numerals instead of simple numbers. However. just scroll through the gallery to find the style you want. Use the Align Text Right tool in the Paragraph group of the Home tab. select Footer > Blank. You can change the font size or other characteristics of a page number -. The page number is now automatically placed on the right side. select Cut. just follow the usual steps to add a footer. You can add page numbers to headers or footers. On the Header & Footer Tools Design tab. Select Bottom of Page > Plain Number 1. follow these steps to insert a page number: 1. but this time select Plain Number 3 instead of Plain Number 1 in the gallery. If you prefer to have more sophisticated-looking page numbers in your document. If that's the case. Now. however. Sometimes. On the shortcut menu that appears.you've inserted page numbers into your document that quickly. Right-click the footer in your document.just click it and use the Mini toolbar to select the new feature you want to apply.Figure 3-5: An image added to a header. All about page numbers   Now that you know how to add design objects to headers and footers in Word 2007. it's very helpful to readers if you place page numbers in your document. the example uses a footer. There are three ways to do this: Tab the number over to the right.

Click OK. 4. On the Header & Footer Tools Design tab. In the Available formats list. On the Header & Footer Tools Design tab. and then click OK. changes made to a header will always be reflected in all other headers. 10. 8. Locate and select a picture of your choice. The Page Number Format dialog box opens.You've done great! Have some fun playing around with headers and footers -they can add an entirely new look and feel to your documents. Highlight the [Type text] area on the left. in the Insert group. select Position in the Picture Tools Format tab. Resize the picture. check the Update automatically check box. in the Header & Footer group. use the Footer from Bottom up and down arrows to position the entire footer where you want it to appear on the page. enter the personal or corporate information you want displayed. On the Insert tab. if necessary. 5. This assignment will show you how to create a custom footer and then save it to the Footer Gallery for future use. 7. 6. Adjust the picture's position. Highlight the [Type text] area in the middle. and then click OK. 2. blank document in Word 2007. You'll use it in Lesson 4. click Date & Time. 4. save the document you've been working in as WordInt-Practice3. Use the Number format drop-down arrow to select a new number format. Arrange group. Question 1: True or False: Unless you designate otherwise. Moving on This lesson showed you how to create and customize Word 2007 headers and footers. 2. 1. Select the Blank (Three Columns) footer style from the Built-In list (Footer Gallery). Open a new. Name the footer you've just created. Before moving on. In the [Type text] area on the right. in the Insert group. 11. Select Save Selection to Footer Gallery. complete the assignment and take the quiz for this lesson. if necessary. you'll learn how to apply organizational and structural features in Word 2007. select the second date format. select Footer. On the Header & Footer Tools Design tab. 9. Assignment #3 For this assignment: 1. In Lesson 4. 3. A footer is a great place to drop in personal or corporate information that's always available to readers. select Footer. 3. which might be a corporate logo or a personal picture. and save it as WordInt-Assign3. Quiz #3   A) The custom footer is now accessible in the Footer Gallery. Insert the page number style you want from the gallery. 6. Pick a position that makes your picture work best with the footer you've selected. click Picture. in the Header & Footer group. With the picture object still highlighted. 5. Highlight the new footer and then on the Insert tab. True . enter a description for the footer. When you're ready. Make any other changes you want using the options in the dialog box. in the Position group. Select Page Number in the Header & Footer group. Select Format Page Numbers.

it's a good idea (and often required) to add references to your document so that readers know where your information came from. digital signatures. some industries. Now that you've got the techniques for creating and customizing headers and footers well in hand. you're ready to focus on some more advanced Word 2007 features. and then making your changes. bibliographies. you can use any method you like. Consider the . In others.) References Letters Header & Footer Tools Design Page Setup Numbers Symbols Inserting references. such as footnotes. and then save it as WordInt-Practice4. such as the legal industry. require specific methods.   When you create documents using other sources. Roman numerals In this lesson. To work through the examples in this lesson.B)       A) B) A) B) A) B)   A) B)   Question 2: True or False: You can edit text in a header or footer by double-clicking the text area. and footnotes Inserting references Microsoft Word tutorial: applying organizational and structural features to your documents Welcome back to the final lesson in this course. you'll explore a variety of organizational and structural features available in Word 2007. citations. References lend credibility to you and your information. hyperlinks and more. remember that the point is to add references to your documents so that they're easy to understand and follow. »  HP LaserJet multifunction printers »    HP Color multifunction and all-in-one printers As you move through this lesson. open the WordInt-Practice3 document you saved in Lesson 3. True False Arrange True False False Question 4: Which tab do you use to format different headers or footers on odd and even pages? C) D) C) D) Question 5: Which of the following may you use to represent page numbers in a document? (Check all that apply. Question 3: True or False: You can insert pictures but not clip art in a footer. References can be made in many different formats.

3. Endnotes can be used to cite sources and are added at the very end of your document. 4. John" and the Year field with "2008.types of documents you normally create to determine which references noted in this lesson will work best for you. To insert a footnote. Both footnotes and endnotes consist of two linked parts: the note reference mark within the text and the corresponding reference text at the bottom of the page or at the end of the document. or move a footnote or an endnote. delete. Word renumbers the items accordingly. comment on. Enlarge image Inserting footnotes and endnotes Footnotes and endnotes are used to explain. What's great about Word 2007 is that it automatically numbers both of these items for you. just fill in the Author field with "Doe. Citations are typically used to note books. as shown in Figure 4-1." 6. For this example. In the Create Source dialog box. On the References tab. follow these steps: . in the Citations & Bibliography group. 7. For this example. and Word 2007 uses them as sources for bibliographies. technical or medical journal articles. If you add. To add additional information for bibliographical needs. Select a citation style from the menu. which you'll learn about later in this lesson. select Insert Citation > Add New Source. Figure 4-1: A citation example. Click OK. To insert a citation. Adding citations Citations are used to tell readers where you obtained information. Click the end of the sentence or item that you want to cite. follow these steps: 1. or other periodicals used as sources for the information in your document. 5. On the References tab. 2. or provide references for text in your document. Your text now shows a citation at the location you clicked. select APA. open the Style list. in the Citations & Bibliography group. check the Show All Bibliography Fields checkbox. Footnotes might be used for detailed comments and are added to each page where the comment appears. enter the information for the source.

Click the location in the document where you want to place the bibliography. Word 2007 makes it easy to create one if you have cited sources. as shown in Figure 4-3. 2. You can create a bibliography after inserting a source into your document. That's because it takes all the sources you've cited in your document. let's explore how to insert a bibliography and index. the bottom of the same page shows a corresponding number. phrase. On the References tab. click Insert Footnote. Fill in the information for the footnote by clicking next to the number at the bottom of the page and typing the content required. 1. On the References tab.The footnote number appears where you clicked the page. or sentence that you want to note. Enlarge image Endnotes also differ from footnotes by using lowercase Roman numeral numbering. Click the end of the word. in the Citations & Bibliography group. click Insert Endnote. and they appear on the last page of the document. select a format. »  HP Original ink & toner »  HP Color inkjet printers   . phrase. Just follow these steps: 1. and then compiles them into a single bibliography. Although you don't necessarily need to cite every source you consult in a document to produce a bibliography. To insert an endnote. Figure 4-2: A footnote example. 1. In the gallery that appears. follow these steps: Inserting a bibliography and index   Now that you understand how to add references to Word 2007 documents. On the References tab. 2. or sentence that you want to note. in the Footnotes group. select Bibliography. Because you've already inserted a citation in the previous section. you're ready to create a bibliography. A bibliography is an extensive listing of sources you've consulted as you worked on a document. in the Footnotes group. Click the end of the word. 2.

finds and removes duplicate entries from the same page. bookmarks. Indexes are created by marking index entries with the name of the main entry and the cross-reference. references relevant page numbers. there isn't time in this course to outline the steps here. sorts them alphabetically. Microsoft Office Word 2007 adds a special field that includes the marked main entry and any crossreference information that you decide to include. Adding hyperlinks to a document is quick and easy to do. and then click OK.   Next. Because this is a very detailed process. Word then collects the index entries. After you mark all the index entries.Figure 4-3: Bibliography formats. For example. click ScreenTip in the Insert Hyperlink dialog box when you're setting up the hyperlink. They're usually placed at the end of a book in a large section so that readers can easily flip through the index to locate page information about the item they want to read. and cross-references Hyperlinks are generally used to link readers to a Web site that holds more detailed information about the subject referenced. you'll need it for the next section. However. To add one to your hyperlink. Adding hyperlinks. you can also add hyperlinks that let readers jump from one place to another within the same document. ScreenTips are text that displays when a reader hovers the cursor over a hyperlink. along with the pages that they appear on. and displays the index in the document. just follow these steps: »  HP Paper . and you can also send them to existing files on a network. you might want to add a hyperlink to your document about dogs so that readers can access a Web site with detailed information about breeding Golden Retrievers. and cross-references. Creating an index Indexes list the terms and topics discussed in a document. you select an index design and build the finished index. Type the text you want readers to see. However. bookmarks. you can find the specific steps in Help and Support for Word 2007 if you need to develop an index for your document. let's explore the addition of hyperlinks. When you select text and mark it as an index entry. Keep your document open.

Highlight the text you want readers to click to access the hyperlink. 1. 3. as shown in Figure 4-4. To add a bookmark. These are essentially directions within the document that lead readers from one subject or area to another in the same or other documents. click Hyperlink. in the Links group. . For this lesson. On the Insert tab. in the Links group. type the URL (uniform resource locator) of the Web site. 2. they can contain numbers. On the Insert tab. 2.Inserting a bookmark If you like to type fast and add references later. Bookmarks must begin with a letter. In the Address box. Adding cross-references One of the easiest ways to help people locate information in a document is through the use of cross-references. and then click Add. however. These let you identify text so you can come back and reference it or revise it later. you just delete it from the bookmark list. follow these steps: 1. 4. open the Reference type drop-down list and select Bookmark. 2. click Bookmark. Spaces won't work -. As you reference an item or revise it. The Bookmark dialog box opens. similar to the way Table of Authorities fields are inserted. Cross-references are inserted as fields in your document. Follow these steps: 1. Click the location in the document where you want the page crossreference to appear. select the location where you want readers to link to. This example shows you how to create a page cross-reference based on a bookmark you just created. click Cross-reference. so select Existing File or Web Page. Highlight the text you want to return to. let's assume you're linking readers to a Web site. type it in. Later. Word 2007 makes this process easy by providing you with a command that inserts the appropriate link with a few clicks. In the Cross-reference dialog box. 3.use an underscore instead. just go back to the Bookmark dialog box. Click the bookmark you want to find. On the Insert tab. If the highlighted text doesn't appear in the Bookmark name text box. in the Links group. when you want to find the text you bookmarked. and then click Go To. you're a great candidate for bookmarks. In the Link to section. and then click OK. 3.

4.Figure 4-4: Cross-reference dialog box. you can specify information about the person who'll sign the document. 1. in the Text group. If a warning message about the enforceability of digital signatures appears. Adding a digital signature Digital signatures are fast becoming accepted in today's high-tech society. To add a digital signature to a document. Click the location in the document where you want a signature line added. and you can add invisible digital signature lines. examine how to add digital signatures and cover pages to your documents. Click Close. use a digital image of his signature. 3. and then verify that the Show sign date in signature line checkbox is checked. Adding digital signatures and cover pages   The page number appears at the location you clicked in the document. »  HP Officejet all-in-ones »  HP Black & white multifunction and all-inone printers In Word 2007. 2. . 3. and then select Page number. On the Insert tab. Open the Insert reference to drop-down list. and eliminate the need for expensive overnight mailings when a signature is required quickly. Click Insert. or even write the signature if he's using a Tablet PC. Digital signatures and cover pages are a great way to add sophistication to your document and take advantage of some cool high-tech features in Word 2007. These signatures work by encrypting information and authenticating the signer as well as the content involved. As signature lines are inserted into documents. Next. 2. you can add visible signature lines to documents so they can be digitally signed. follow these steps: 1. select Signature Line. They're fast and easy to use. click OK. and you can even provide instructions to the signer. Enter the information requested for the suggested signer. The signer can either type in a signature. and then select Microsoft Office Signature Line.

sometimes you need to add a symbol. 3. select Cover Page. select Symbol. she can double-click the signature line. why not add a cover page to it? Word 2007 has a full gallery of predesigned pages that you can smoothly drop into place. On the Insert tab. follow these steps: Simple. take a look at inserting symbols and equations into your document. »  HP Officejet Pro all-inones . Inserting symbols and equations   To insert a symbol. in the Pages group. like ex. 1. Continue to keep your Word 2007 document open. as shown in Figure 4-5. or an equation. If you plan to print out and then place your document into a binder or another printed format. locate and select the symbol you want to use. Replace any pre-built text with your own text by clicking the text boxes provided. Select a cover from the gallery. 2. such as ©. For this 1. type her name into the box next to the X. 2.See how to add a visible and a digital signature to a document. and then click Sign. Creating a cover page When the person who needs to sign the document receives it. When you're writing. On the Insert tab. Here's how to add a cover page: 1. Click the location in the document where you want the symbol. in the Symbols group. isn't it? Next. Figure 4-5: Cover Page gallery. In the gallery.

example. Click the location in the document where you want the symbol. 8. 1. in the Text group. Click Sign. select Pythagorean Theorem. 3. click OK. Get one from a Microsoft partner (a list is provided) or create your own. »  HP Color LaserJet printers What began years ago as a pretty simple word processor has evolved into a virtual suite of tools and features that makes Word 2007 one of the most powerful productivity software programs available. If you're eager to further your education. There's much more to learn about Word. To insert an equation. You might be prompted to get a digital ID. Click the Microsoft Office Button. 5. 1. Click Add a Digital Signature.Can't find the symbol you want? Select More Symbols to see a larger gallery of options. select Equation. . complete the assignment and take the quiz for this lesson. it's a good idea to get some experience creating them for your documents. Enter Testing invisible signatures in the Purpose for signing the document text box. and then verify that the Show sign date in signature line check box is checked. 2. In the gallery. consider taking an advanced Word 2007 course. 1. Assignment #4 For this assignment: Moving on This lesson showed you how to work to use to apply organizational and structural features in Word 2007. in the Symbols group. follow these steps: 1. locate and click the equation you want to use. blank document. you'll add visible and invisible signatures to a document. Open a new. and then select Prepare. Before moving on. select GREEK SMALL LETTER BETA (in the lower-left corner of the gallery). If a warning message about the enforceability of digital signatures appears. 2. In this assignment. and then click OK in the confirmation window. Enter the information requested for the suggested signer. For this example. On the Insert tab. 6. 4. 3. Because digital signatures are becoming popular. 2. The next process adds an invisible digital signature. and then select Microsoft Office Signature Line. click OK.docx) format. select Signature Line. Save the document in Word 2007 (. You've come a long way since Lesson 1 -congratulations on completing the course. Click the location in the document where you want a signature line added. If a warning message about the enforceability of digital signatures appears. 7. On the Insert tab.

Question 3: True or False: Bookmarks must begin with a letter and can't contain spaces. 4. . Question 4: Where can hyperlinks send readers? (Check all that apply. Question 2: True or False: Footnotes are located at the end of a document. Inc.Quiz #4   A) B)       A) B) A) B) A) B)     A) B) Question 1: True or False: Citations are used as sources for bibliographies. Save your file and exit Word. True True False False True False 3.2010 Powered. Review the Signatures task pane to verify that the correct person is designated under Requested signatures.) C) D) To Web sites To the office True To other places within the same document To existing files on a network Question 5: True or False: You can't add digital signatures to Word 2007 documents. False © 2003 .

Sign up to vote on this title
UsefulNot useful

Master Your Semester with Scribd & The New York Times

Special offer for students: Only $4.99/month.

Master Your Semester with a Special Offer from Scribd & The New York Times

Cancel anytime.