2 GETTING STARTED Microsoft Word is one of the most popular word processing programs supported by both Mac and PC platforms. Microsoft Word can be used to create documents, brochures, leaflets, outlines, resumes, lists, and simple web pages. TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. Getting Started Pg Saving the Document Pg Toolbars and Tabs Pg Formatting Pg Inserting and Adding Objects Pg Printing Pg Other Helpful Functions Pg Shortcut Keys for Microsoft Office Pg. 15
3 Opening Microsoft Word On A Pc 1. GETTING STARTED To launch Microsoft Word, go to Start > All Programs > Microsoft Office > Microsoft Office Word 2010 (Figure 1). A blank Word document will open. Figure 1. Start Tab 2. SAVING THE DOCUMENT Computers crash and documents are lost all the time, so it is best to save often. Saving Initially Before you begin to type, you should save your document. To do this, go to File Tab (Figure 2) > Save As. Microsoft Word will ask you to choose a location and then browse to a folder to save it in. After selecting these a dialogue box (figure 3) will open and you can name the file. Once you have specified a name and a place for your new file, press the Save button. Note: If you want to save your document on a Mac and then open it on a PC you must specify a file extension (i.e..doc). Usually your computer will do this for you, but if it does not you must do this process while in Save As. Once you have titled your document, you can give it a file extension by clicking in the Format box. Click Microsoft Word Document for the correct file extension and make sure Append File Extension is checked.
4 Figure 2. File Tab Saving Later After you have initially saved your blank document under a new name, you can begin writing your paper. However, you will still want to periodically save your work as insurance against a computer freeze or a power outage. To save, click File tab > Save. Figure 3. Saving dialog box. 3. TOOLBARS AND TABS The new Microsoft Word uses one main toolbar to allow you to modify your document. Within this toolbar, you can switch between tabs to determine what you would like to do. The Main Toolbar contains all the options available to you in Microsoft Word. The file tab (see figure 2) allows you to Save, Save As, Save as Adobe PDF, Open, Close, Print, Export, and Share.
5 The Home Tab (Figure 4) is Microsoft Words standard view. This is the view most widely used and allows you to format text by Font Style, Font Size, Bold, Italic, Underline, Alignment, Numbered List, Bulleted List, Indentation, Spacing, and Font Color. Figure 4. Home Tab The Insert Tab (Figure 5) contains any additives you want to place in your document, including but not limited to: Tables, Online Picture/Clip Art searches, Headers, and Footers. These icons are convenient and will bring up a dialogue box to give you further options when clicked. Figure 5. Insert Tab The Design tab (Figure 6) contains different styles of page formatting. When you type, your layout will automatically match the format selected. It also allows you to change the color scheme, watermark, and paragraph spacing of the document. Figure 6. Design Tab The Page Layout Tab (Figure 7) contains icons for page setup and paragraph actions, such as Margin, Orientation, Size and Columns. Figure 7. Page Layout Tab. The References Tab (Figure 8) makes it especially simple to add Table of Contents, Footnotes, Bibliographic Information, Indexes and Citations. Figure 8. References Tab.
6 The Mailings Tab (Figure 9) is for post-office related uses. If you wanted to create custom Envelopes or Labels, this is where you would find such actions. Figure 9. Mailings Tab. The Review Tab (Figure 10) is where one can find Spelling & Grammar, the built in Thesaurus and Dictionary, you can Track Changes, Check Word Count, and Show/Add Comments. Figure 10. Review Tab. The View tab (Figure 11) allows you to change the views of your document. Figure 11. View Tab. The Acrobat Tab (Figure 11) is the final tab. It allows users to format their word documents to Adobe PDFs. Documents can be created and attached to , become embedded Flash Player videos, and run actions such as optimization and web publication. Figure 12. Acrobat Tab. Figure 12. Acrobat Tab
7 4. FORMATTING Formatting The Document The default page margins for Microsoft Word documents are 1 inch, but you may want to change them for a project. To change the page margins on a PC, go to Page Layout Tab > Page Setup box> Margins button. On a PC, a dropdown will appear to give a set of standard options, but by clicking Custom Margins, a menu will appear where you can type irregular margins (Figure 12). From the same menu (Figure 1), click Portrait if you want your document to be 8.5 x 11 inches (most common). Click Landscape if you want your document to be 11 x 8.5 inches. Landscape simply flips the page 90 degrees. Figure 13. Changing Margins in the Document Format Menu. Formatting Paragraphs To format your paragraph, first highlight the paragraph you wish to format. To highlight more than one paragraph, click at the beginning of the paragraph and drag the mouse over the text. To apply changes to the entire document, select all by hitting Ctrl + A. To specify Alignment, Line Spacing, Indentation, and Page Break expand the Paragraph section of the Home Tab. This will open up the Paragraph menu (Figure 13). The Alignment option allows you to choose how you want your paragraph to look (i.e. justified, right, center, or left). The Line Spacing option allows you to set the desired spacing, such as single or double. The Indentation option allows you to tab/push the line(s) in your paragraph either left or right. The Page Break option is found in Paragraph menu, but you must first select the Line and Page Breaks tab. Page Break allows you to split a paragraph or a page up into sections. You can also bring up this menu by right clicking (or by hitting Ctrl + Click on a one button mouse) within the document and selecting Paragraph.
8 Figure 14. Changing the Paragraph attributes with the Paragraph menu. Cut, Copy, And Paste You can use the Cut, Copy and Paste features of Word to change the order of sections within your document, to move sections from other documents into new documents, and to save yourself the time of retyping repetitive sections in a document. Cut will actually remove the selection from the original location and allow it to be placed somewhere else. Copy allows you to leave the original selection where it is and insert a copy elsewhere. Paste is used to insert whatever has been cut or copied. To Cut or Copy: Highlight the text by clicking and dragging over the text to be cut or copied. Go to Home Tab > Clipboard box > Copy or Home Tab > Clipboard box > Cut. Click the location where the information should be placed. Go to Home Tab > Clipboard box > Paste. Formatting Text Before you type, you should select your font style, size, color and attributes (such as bold, italic and underline) in the Home Tab. You can expand the Font Menu box to get more options by clicking the down-arrow (Figure 14). However, if you wish to change text that has already been typed, click and drag over the text to be changed to highlight it (or go to Edit > Select All to select the entire document) and change it as before. Figure 15. Changing the font attributes in the Font menu.
9 Numbered And Bulleted Lists To create a simple numbered or bulleted list, click on the Numbering or Bullet button on the Paragraph toolbar in the Home Tab. To have more control over the format of your list, click the down arrows beside each style of list. Type the first item in the list and press Return to move to the next number or bullet. Press Return twice to exit the list. Adding Columns Columns can be used for a variety of document types, such as a tri-fold brochure. To do this, go to Page Layout Tab > Page Setup box > Columns. From the Columns menu, you can choose the number of columns, or for more options, click More Columns (figure 17) where you can set column width and spacing. Once you select your preferred design, it will show up in the Preview box. This is a nice feature because it allows you to see what you are selecting before applying it to your word document. When you are happy with how your document looks, click Ok. Figure 16. Selecting the number of columns from the Columns Menu. Headers And Footers Headers and Footers can be used to give a uniform look to the pages of your document. To create one, go to Insert Tab > Header and Footer. Use this toolbar to insert and format words and objects in the header. When editing the header, a new Top View will appear that is specific to headers and footers (Figure 18). Figure 17. Using the Header and Footer toolbar.
10 5. INSERTING AND ADDING OBJECTS Clip Art When trying to enhance your word document you may want to include Clip Art and/or Word Art. Microsoft Word comes with an Online Pictures button (Figure 19) that contains a large variety of images including pictures, borders, and backgrounds. To find a desired image, you can either search through the Clip Art gallery or search the Internet with the Bing Image Search engine. Figure 17. ClipArt and Picture galleries To insert Clip Art or Pictures: Go to Insert Tab > Illustrations box > Online Pictures. A dialogue box with the Clip Art gallery and the Bing Image Search engine will appear. If you wish to have a Clip Art photo, search the image s description in the Clip Art Gallery. If you wish to have an image from the Internet, search the image s description in the Bing Image Search engine. The picture will be inserted at the location of your cursor within your document. If you need to modify you Clip Art, click on it once to select it, and small boxes will appear around the corners (See WordArt, Figure 3). Once your Clip Art is selected, you can resize your picture by clicking and dragging on the boxes. Holding Shift while clicking and dragging will resize the Clip Art proportionately. You can use the Drawing toolbar to further modify your Clip Art (Figure 2). To delete Clip Art, select it by clicking on it until the black boxes appear and then hit Delete. Figure 18. Searching for clips in the Clip Gallery
11 Drawing To draw in Word, go to the Insert Tab > Illustrations box > Shapes and click the New Drawing Canvas. A new toolbar will appear that is specific only to drawing tools. Figure 19: Drawing Toolbar. WordArt To insert WordArt, go to Insert Tab > Text box > WordArt button. Select the desired style and click OK. Type the desired text and click Ok. You can further modify your text by using the Drawing toolbar. To select your WordArt, click on it, and small boxes will appear in the corners (figure 20). Moving the circle arrow anchor on the top of the WordArt allows the user to change the slant of the WordArt. WordArt can be resized and deleted similarly to ClipArt. Figure 20: Selected WordArt Word Wrap Word Wrap is part of formatting pictures. To use Word Wrap, select your inserted image, and go to the Format Tab > Arrange box. Here users can choose the type of text wrapping style desired. For more options. select More Layout Options (Figure 21).
12 Figure 21: Selecting a Wrapping style. Inserting From A Previously Created File To insert a picture or object that is not in the Clip Gallery, go to Insert Tab > Illustrations box > Picture button and select the directory or disk where the file is located. The easiest way to insert a Microsoft Excel file or graph is to open Microsoft Excel, copy your information, and switch back to Word to paste. Creating A Table To create a table within your document, go to Insert Tab > Tables box > Table button. Choose the desired table size and format by hovering over the boxes, and press Enter on the keyboard. The table will be inserted at the cursor s location within your document. To navigate within your table, use the arrow keys. To modify your table, when your table is selected, a Design Tab and Layout Tab will appear in the Toolbar (Figure 22). From here, you can add cells, columns or rows, merge or split cells, and further modify your table. To exit the table, click outside of it. Figure 22: Table options from the Toolbar.
13 Flowcharts Flowcharts are used to create diagrams in Microsoft Word. If you want to create a custom flowchart, you can use the Drawing capabilities discussed earlier. To insert Smart Art, go to Insert Tab > Illustrations box > Smart Art. A dialogue box will open (Figure 22) with basic choices. Figure 23: SmartArt Graphics. I 6. PRINTING t is important to always save your document before you print! Print Preview Before you print your document, you may want to preview it to make sure you are happy with the page layout and appearance of your document. To do this, go to File Tab > Print. This should open up a preview of your document (Figure 24). To zoom in on the page, find the scale in the bottom right corner of the screen. You can move it back and forth to adjust the magnification. If you are satisfied with the appearance of your document, you can click on the Print icon in the toolbar. If you need to make changes to the document or are not ready to print, select Close on the toolbar. Figure 24: Print Preview box with a preview of the document behind it.
14 Printing To print your document, go to File Tab > Print > Print, select your desired settings, and then click Print again. It is also possible to print by clicking the drop down arrow in the top left corner. You can either quick print which will not preview or print preview and print. which will show your document. Below it is the option to print with the preview. Saving As A Pdf Go to File Tab > Save As Adobe PDF. or Go to Mailings Tab > Acrobat box > Merge to Adobe PDF button. 7. OTHER HELPFUL FUNCTIONS Undo And Redo The easiest way to undo an action is with the key commands Ctrl + Z and to redo an action with Ctrl + Y. It is important to note that not all actions are undoable, thus it is important to save before you make any major changes in your document so you can revert back to your saved document. There are also two icons (Figure 25) above the Main Toolbar near the Save Icon. The left icon is Undo and the right icon is Redo. Figure 25: Undo and Redo Word Count To get an accurate word count of your document, go to Review Tab > Proofing Box > Word Count. This will give you the total number of words in your document (Figure 26). If you need to word-count a specific section, highlight that section first by clicking and dragging over it and then to go Review Tab > Proofing Box > Word Count as before. Figure 26: Word Count Quitting Before you quit, it s a good idea to save your document one final time. Go to File Tab > Exit Word. This is better than just closing the window, as it insures your document quits correctly.
15 8. SHORCUT KEYS FOR MICROSOFT OFFICE The shortcut keys listed below can be a great help when using Microsoft Office products. Not only are they quick and easy, they are also amazing time savers. CTRL+K CTRL+/ CTRL+T CTRL+SHIFT+B SHIFT+ALT+F11 CTRL+N CTRL+B CTRL+I CTRL+U CTRL+C CTRL+V CTRL+Z CTRL+S CTRL+P CTRL+O Create a hyperlink Display HTML tags Create an Auto Thumbnail of the selected picture Preview a page in a Web browser Display the Microsoft Script Editor Create a new page Bold Italic Underline Copy Paste Undo Save Print Open
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