Microsoft Word Quick Reference Guide. Union Institute & University

Save this PDF as:
 WORD  PNG  TXT  JPG

Size: px
Start display at page:

Download "Microsoft Word 2010. Quick Reference Guide. Union Institute & University"

Transcription

1 Microsoft Word 2010 Quick Reference Guide Union Institute & University

2 Contents Using Word Help (F1)... 4 Window Contents:... 4 File tab... 4 Quick Access Toolbar... 5 Backstage View... 5 The Ribbon... 5 Text Box Commands... 6 The Status Bar... 6 Working with Documents... 6 Opening a Document... 6 Opening a Recent Document... 6 Creating a New Blank Document... 6 Saving a Document... 6 Page Layout... 7 Selecting the paper Size... 7 Changing the Page Orientation... 7 Setting Page Margins... 7 Inserting Page Numbers... 7 Removing Page Numbers... 8 Page Layout Tab... 9 To add section breaks... 9 Adding Tab Stops Indents Text Formatting Text Text Effects Checking Spelling, Grammar and Context Using Bullets and Numbers Cutting, Copying, and Pasting Text Live Preview Turning Off Live Preview Using the Format Painter Paragraph Formatting Inserting Header and Footers

3 Inserting a Blank Page / Page Break Inserting Date and Time Creating a Table of Contents References Tab How to Update the Table of Contents Review Tab Track Changes To check for changes in a document Removing Tracked Changes Hiding / Displaying Tracked Changes Editing Searching for Text Searching for Objects Replacing Text (Ctrl + H) Using Word Count Illustrations Inserting Pictures, Clip Art and Shapes Inserting a Screen Shot Snipping Tool Open Snipping Tool Use Snipping Tool to Capture Screen Shots Changing Snipping Tool Options Output Previewing and Printing (Ctrl + P) ing a Document Recovering Files Recovering Unsaved Documents Recovering Previously Saved Documents Comparing a Document with an AutoSaved Version Additional Features Customize Your Ribbon Creating a Document from a Template Creating a Document from an Office.com Template The Push Pin Feature Document Navigation

4 To view the Document Navigation Pane Organizing Document Headings

5 Getting Started with Microsoft Word Using Word Help (F1) Get Help by clicking the Microsoft Word Help Button located in the upper left hand corner of the screen. Or, click File, and click Help Chose an item from Browse Word 2010 Support Click the book icon at the top of the window to browse the Table of Contents Click on the book icon next to each topic listed Use the search window to type in keywords Click on the desired topic Note: Once a topic is displayed, click on the print icon, select the desired options, click Print. Window Contents: File tab New- The Microsoft Office Button in Word 2007 has been replaced with a File tab. By clicking the File tab, a drop down box of options appears. It allows users to Save, Save As, Open, Close, View Document Information (as seen below), Open Recent Documents, Open a New Document, Print, Save & Send, Open Microsoft Office Help, Change Options and Exit.

6 Quick Access Toolbar-The top toolbar (above the File tab) contains shortcuts for tools. (e.g.: save, undo, redo, etc.) 5 Note: Clicking the arrow will allow the user to select more tools for the toolbar. (e.g.: New, Open, Save, , Quick Print, Print Preview, Spelling and Grammar, etc.) Backstage View Below the Quick Access Toolbar, is the Backstage View, which contains Tabs to work with files and settings. By clicking on the various tabs, different tools are displayed below the Backstage View in the Ribbon. The Home tab displays tools in the Ribbon for: Clipboard, Font, Paragraph, Style and Editing. Pictured below, the Insert Tab displays tools in the Ribbon for: Pages, Tables, Illustrations, Links, Header & Footer, Text and Symbols. The Ribbon is below the Backstage View and changes as the tabs on the Backstage View are changed. The Ribbon is designed to help you quickly find the commands that you need to complete a task. Commands are organized in logical groups, which are collected together under tabs. Each tab relates to a type of activity, such as writing or laying out a page. To reduce clutter, some tabs are only shown when needed. For example, the Picture Tools is shown only when a picture is selected. Pictured below is the Page Layout tab in the Backstage View and the corresponding Ribbon which includes tools for Themes, Page Setup, Page Background, Paragraph, and Arrange.

7 Text Box Commands To display the text box commands, click on the diagonal arrow in the corner of the desired group in the ribbon. 6 The Status Bar is located at the bottom of the screen. It contains document information and shortcuts. Working with Documents Opening a Document Click on File Select Open A new window will open Locate and select the file to open Click Open Opening a Recent Document Click on File Click on Recent Recent Documents are displayed in the left pane Click on the desired document Creating a New Blank Document Click on File Click New Click on Blank Document Click Create Saving a Document 1. Click on File Select Save 2. Select Save As to save the document in another format Select where you want to save the document Name the document in the file name box Click the arrow on the save as type box and select a type Click Save

8 7 Page Layout Selecting the paper Size Click on the Page Layout tab Click Size 1. For a standard size - Select from the drop down menu 2. For a custom size- Select More Paper Sizes Enter the desired Width and Height Click OK Changing the Page Orientation Click on the Page Layout tab Select Orientation Select Portrait or Landscape Setting Page Margins Click on the Page Layout tab Select Margins 1. Select the desired margin from the menu 2. For a custom margin Select Custom Margins Enter the desired values Click OK Inserting Page Numbers Click on the Insert tab Select Page Number Select the desired location for the page number Select a format from the drop down menu Click the Close Header and Footer button

9 Removing Page Numbers Click on the Insert tab Click on Page Number Click Remove Page Numbers 8 Formatting Page Numbers After inserting page numbers, you can select to change the format. Click on the Insert tab Click on the Page Number Click on Format Page Number Click the Number Format drop down arrow Select desired option 1, 2, 3, -1-, -2-, -3-, a, b, c A, B, C, I, ii, iii Click OK You can start numbering on the second page of your document, or you can start numbering on a different page. Start numbering on the second page Double-click the page number This opens the Design tab under Header & Footer Tools Select the Different First Page check box (This will leave the first page without a number and start numbering the second page with number 2.) To start numbering with 1 (on the second page) Double-click the page number This opens the Design tab under Header & Footer Tools Select the Different First Page check box Click Page Number in the Header & Footer group Click Format Page Numbers Click Start at and enter 0 Click Close Header and Footer on the Design tab (This will leave the first page without a number and number the second page with number 1.) (If you select Start at: 1, the first page will be blank and the second page will have a number 2.)

10 Page Layout Tab To add section breaks Place your cursor where you want the break Click on the Page Layout tab Click Breaks in the Page Setup group 9 Click Next Page under Section Breaks Double-click in the header area or the footer area (near the top of the page or near the bottom of the page). This opens the Header & Footer Tools tab Click Page Number Click Format Page Numbers Click the drop down arrow and select the desired format Note: If you select Continue from previous section, it will appear to remove your section break. (The break is still in your document, but it is continuing numbering from the previous section. Select the page number you want to start numbering the section with Click Close Header and Footer Note: To use Include chapter number, you need to use Heading styles and multi-level lists (in the Paragraph group from the Home tab). To View or Delete Section Breaks Click on the Home tab Click on the Format icon in the paragraph group Section breaks will appear. Place your cursor on the section break and press delete to remove it. Click the Format icon again to turn it off

11 Adding Tab Stops The facilitator should review the following information. By default there are no tab stops when you open a new blank document To display the ruler: 1. Click View and Check the Ruler in the Show group 2. Click the View Ruler icon at the top of the vertical scroll bar Click the tab selector at the left end of the ruler to select the desired tab stop Click the ruler where you want the tab stop Demonstrate the location of the View Ruler icon and Tab Selector. Review the different tab stops shown below and available in the sample document. 10 Indents Click the First Line Indent Click the upper half of the ruler where you want the first line of a paragraph to begin. Click Hanging Indent Click the lower half of the ruler where you want the remaining lines for the paragraph to begin You can also set tab stops using the dialog box Click the Page Layout tab Click the Paragraph Dialog Box Launcher Click Tabs Enter the location for the tab stop Under Alignment, select the desired type of tab stop Click the desired option under Leader Click Set Click OK Clear Tab Stop Spacing Click on the Page Layout tab Click the Paragraph Dialog Box Launcher Click Tabs 1. Under Tab Stop Position, click the desired tab stop position Click Clear 2. Select Clear All Click OK

12 Text Formatting Text 1. Click Home Select the text you want to format Use the format tools in the Font group 2. Click Home Click on the show font dialog box 11 Select desired Formatting Click OK Text Effects You can add shadows, reflections, or glows. Select the text Click on the Home tab Click the Text Effect (the glowing A in the Font group) Select the desired effect Use the Clear Formatting icon to remove effects Checking Spelling, Grammar and Context 1. Word will automatically check spelling grammar and context as you type. Errors are indicated by a red, green, or blue wavy line under the text. To correct errors, place your cursor on the text with the wavy line and right click the mouse. Select from the options provided. 2. Click the Review tab Click Spelling & Grammar in the Proofing group Note: To change the Editing options: Click File, Options, Proofing, select desired options and click OK. Using Bullets and Numbers 1. Click Home Highlight the text to add bullets or numbers In the Paragraph group click: The bullet icon Number icon Multilevel List 2. Type an * asterisk for bullets or 1. for numbers Press the space bar or Tab Type the desired text Press enter Enter twice to end the bulleted list Note: To promote or demote a bulleted or numbered item use the Decrease or Increase Indent buttons in the Paragraph group. Cutting, Copying, and Pasting Text Click on Home

13 Highlight the desired text Select Cut (Ctrl + X), or Copy (Ctrl +C) Place the cursor where you want the text 1. Click the Paste button 2. Click the arrow below the Paste button a. Select the desired paste option i. Keep Source Formatting ii. Merge Formatting iii. Keep Text Only (no formatting) 3. Right click a. Select the desired paste option i. Keep Source Formatting ii. Merge Formatting iii. Keep Text Only (no fromatting) Note: To preview pasting text, place the cursor over the various paste options using the Paste arrow key in the Clipboard group or right clicking the mouse. 12 Live Preview A new feature is the Live Preview. This allows you to see how text will look when it is pasted and gives you various options to format the item to be pasted. Note: To preview pasting text, place the cursor over the various paste options using the Paste arrow key in the Clipboard group or right clicking the mouse. b. Hover your mouse over the various options to see the Live Preview iv. Keep Source Formatting v. Merge Formatting vi. Keep Text Only (no fromatting) c. Select the desired paste option Turning Off Live Preview Explain and demonstrate the following are directions to disable Live Preview. Click File Click Options Click Advanced Under Cut, Copy and Paste: Clear the Show Paste Options button when content is pasted checkbox

14 13 Using the Format Painter The Format Painter will copy text or graphic formatting from one area to another. Click on the Home tab Highlight or select the text or graphic that has the format you want to copy Click on the Format Painter in the Clipboard group The mouse will change to a paint brush icon Select the text or graphic to apply the formatting to Paragraph Formatting Click on Home 1. Use the Paragraph group tools 2. Click on the Show Paragraph dialog box Select desired options Click OK Inserting Header and Footers Click on the Insert tab Click on Header or Footer Select a Header or Footer from the drop down menu Enter desired text Other items from the Insert tab may be put in the Header and Footers (Page Number, Text Box, and Date & Time) Inserting a Blank Page / Page Break Click on Insert Place your cursor in the document where you want the blank page or break 1. Select Blank Page 2. Select Page Break (Ctrl + Return) Inserting Date and Time Click on Insert Place your cursor in the document where you want the Date & Time Click on Date & Time

15 Select the desired format Click OK Check the update automatically box if you want the date and time to update when you open or print 14 Creating a Table of Contents You create a table of contents by applying heading styles for example, Heading 1, Heading 2, and Heading 3 to the text that you want to include in the table of contents. Microsoft Word searches for those headings and then inserts the table of contents into your document. When you create a table of contents this way, you can automatically update it if you make changes in your document. Mark entries for a table of contents, by using built-in heading styles. You can select the style prior to typing the text. If you already have a completed document, highlight the text and then select the desired style. Select the text that you want to appear in the table of contents. On the Home tab, in the Styles group, click the style that you want. For example, if you selected text that you want to style as a main heading, click the style called Heading 1 in the Quick Style gallery. If you don't see the style that you want, click the arrow to expand the Quick Style gallery. If the style that you want does not appear in the Quick Style gallery, press CTRL+SHIFT+S to open the Apply Styles task pane. Under Style Name, click the style that you want. References Tab Once you have used the Styles for text Place your cursor where you want to insert the Table of Contents Note: The Table of Contents is usually placed after the title page before the first text page of your document. Insert a page break if necessary. Click the References tab Click Table of Contents A new window will open Select desired table format How to Update the Table of Contents 1. Click Update Table from the Reference tab 2. Click on the Table of Contents and Click Update Table tab at the top right of the table Select From: Update page numbers only Update entire table

16 Click OK 15 Review Tab Track Changes Track changes is useful for making revisions to a document. When it is turned on, deleted items appear in balloons in the margin and insertions appear underlined a user can also make comments. These changes can be hidden, but are part of the document until the changes are accepted or rejected. To Track Changes Click on the Review tab Click on the Track Changes icon Make the desired changes to the document To check for changes in a document Click the File tab Click Info Select Check for Issues Click Inspect Document The Document Inspector will open Click Inspect If tracked changes are found, you can select remove all Click close Removing Tracked Changes Click on the Review tab Click on the Show Markup drop down arrow Ensure the following items are checked: Comments Ink Insertions and Deletions Formatting All Reviewers In the Changes group Click Next or Previous 1. Click Accept, Reject or Delete for all tracked changes 2. Click Accept All Changes

17 3. Reject All Changes In the Comments group Click the Delete drop down arrow Select Delete All Comments 16 Hiding / Displaying Tracked Changes To hide tracked changes: Click on the Review tab Click on Final or Original To show Tracked Changes: Click on the Review tab Click Final: Show Markup or Original: Show Markup Editing Searching for Text Click Home Click Find Type the text you are searching for The results will appear in the Navigation pane Note: Use the drop down arrow in the Search Document window to search for items other than text. Searching for Objects Click Home Click Find Click the down arrow in the Search Document field in the Navigation Pane. Select from the find options Replacing Text (Ctrl + H) Click Home Click Replace Enter the text to be replaced in the Find what box Enter the new text in the Replace with box Click Find Next Select from Find Next, Replace, or Replace All Click Close Using Word Count Click on the Review tab Click Word Count Click Close Illustrations Inserting Pictures, Clip Art and Shapes Click on the Insert tab Place your cursor where you want the illustration in the document 1. Click Picture to insert a picture from a file

18 Locate and select the file Click Insert 2. Click Clip Art to insert clip art Enter the item you want in the Search for box Click Go Select the desired item 3. Click Shapes Select the desired shape Click and drag to place it in the document Note: The Format tab (as pictured below) will appear to format the illustration. 17 Inserting a Screen Shot You can take a screen shot of any window that is not minimized and insert it into a document. Click on the Insert tab Place your cursor in the document where you want the screen shot Click Screenshot 1. Click Available Windows to insert a screen that is open 2. Click Screen Clipping to insert a screen shot you create from an open window Click and drag the area you want to select and insert Note: The Formatting tab will appear. Snipping Tool You can use Snipping Tool to capture a screen shot, or snip, of any object on your screen, and then annotate, save, or share the image by using a mouse or tablet pen to capture a snip. Open Snipping Tool Click the Start button Click All Programs Click Accessories Click Snipping Tool Use Snipping Tool to Capture Screen Shots Click the New drop down arrow in the Snipping Tool Window Select from: Free-form Snip - Draw an irregular line, such as a circle or a triangle, around an object Rectangular Snip - Draw a precise line by dragging the cursor around an object to form a rectangle Window Snip - Select a window, such as a browser window or dialog box that you want to capture Full-screen Snip -Capture the entire screen when you select this type of snip Use the mouse or pen to capture the desired snip

19 Note: When Snipping Tool is open, a white overlay appears on your screen until you capture a snip. After you capture a snip, it's automatically copied to the mark-up window, where you can annotate, save, or share the snip. 18 Changing Snipping Tool Options Click Options Check or uncheck the desired Application Click OK

20 Output Previewing and Printing (Ctrl + P) Click on the File tab Click Print The preview is automatically displayed on the right side of the screen Select the desired print options Click Print 19

21 ing a Document Click on the File tab Click Save & Send Select Send Using Select from Send as Attachment, Send as PDF, Send as XPF, or one of the other options if available An will open with the document attached Complete the To box Click Send 20 Recovering Files Recovering Unsaved Documents Auto Recover and Auto Save are automatically turned on, to allow you to recover a file you closed without saving. Click the File tab Click on Manage Versions (in the middle of the screen) Click Recover Unsaved Documents Select the desired document Click Open

22 Recovering Previously Saved Documents If you close a file that was previously saved, without saving your most recent changes, you can overwrite the file with the last AutoSaved version. Click on the File tab Under Versions Select the version labeled When I closed without saving Click Restore Click OK 21 Comparing a Document with an AutoSaved Version You can compare a previously AutoSaved Version of a document with your current document and pick the changes you want to save. Click on the File tab Select the desired version you want to view Click Compare Use the Review tab to accept or reject Additional Features Customize Your Ribbon Click on the File tab Select Options Select Customize Ribbon Select an option from the drop down menu under Choose commands from: On the Right Side of the screen, click the drop down arrow under Customize the Ribbon Select: All Tabs, Main Tabs, or Tool Tabs 1. To hide or display a tab, check or clear the box next to the item 2. To rename a tab or group, select the current name and click Rename Enter a new name and Click OK 3. To rearrange tabs and groups, select the tab or group Click the Move Up arrow or Move Down arrow Click OK

23 22 Creating a Document from a Template Click on File Select New On the left under Available Templates select Blank Document from the options: Blank Document Recent templates Sample templates My Templates New from Existing Click Create

24 23 Creating a Document from an Office.com Template Click on File Select New Click on the desired Office.com Template category Click on the desired template Click Download The Push Pin Feature Microsoft Word will track the last few local or online locations you visited in that program. You can keep the ones you select on a list. Click the File tab Click Recent The far right hand column will display the recent locations Right click the location to keep and select Pin to list The push pin will change directions and color when it is pinned To Unpin a Location Click the pin again to unpin the location. Right click the location and select Remove from list To Clear the list of locations Right click and select Clear unpinned places

25 24 Document Navigation If a document has Styles included, the user can utilize the Navigation Pane to change the organization of a document. The Navigation Pane in Word 2010 offers a top-to-bottom view of your document s heading and page structure and provides a quick way to organize content without having to scroll or cut and paste large chunks of text. It s an ideal tool to use as you develop and edit long or highly structured documents. The Navigation Pane is also home to search functionality in Word To view the Document Navigation Pane Click View Click Navigation Pane in the Show group The Navigation Pane will be displayed on the left of the screen There is a Search Document at the top of the pane. You can type text in this area and the corresponding results will be displayed and highlighted. The pane can be viewed by Headings in the document, Pages in the document, or Results from a current search by clicking the corresponding icon (as shown below). Clicking on the various Headers or Pages will take you directly to that location in the document. Organizing Document Headings Headers and their corresponding text can be easily rearranged by clicking and dragging. You can right-click any heading to perform additional actions such as: Promoting or demoting a heading. Adding a new heading before or after the current heading. Adding a subheading. Deleting a heading.

26 The Document Navigation Pane is pictured below showing the Heading view. 25

WHAT S NEW IN WORD 2010 & HOW TO CUSTOMIZE IT

WHAT S NEW IN WORD 2010 & HOW TO CUSTOMIZE IT WHAT S NEW IN WORD 2010 & HOW TO CUSTOMIZE IT The Ribbon... 2 Default Tabs... 2 Contextual Tabs... 2 Minimizing and Restoring the Ribbon... 3 Customizing the Ribbon... 3 A New Graphic Interface... 5 Live

More information

Handout: Word 2010 Tips and Shortcuts

Handout: Word 2010 Tips and Shortcuts Word 2010: Tips and Shortcuts Table of Contents EXPORT A CUSTOMIZED QUICK ACCESS TOOLBAR... 2 IMPORT A CUSTOMIZED QUICK ACCESS TOOLBAR... 2 USE THE FORMAT PAINTER... 3 REPEAT THE LAST ACTION... 3 SHOW

More information

Microsoft Word 2010 Prepared by Computing Services at the Eastman School of Music July 2010

Microsoft Word 2010 Prepared by Computing Services at the Eastman School of Music July 2010 Microsoft Word 2010 Prepared by Computing Services at the Eastman School of Music July 2010 Contents Microsoft Office Interface... 4 File Ribbon Tab... 5 Microsoft Office Quick Access Toolbar... 6 Appearance

More information

MS Word 2007 practical notes

MS Word 2007 practical notes MS Word 2007 practical notes Contents Opening Microsoft Word 2007 in the practical room... 4 Screen Layout... 4 The Microsoft Office Button... 4 The Ribbon... 5 Quick Access Toolbar... 5 Moving in the

More information

Quick Start Guide. Microsoft Publisher 2013 looks different from previous versions, so we created this guide to help you minimize the learning curve.

Quick Start Guide. Microsoft Publisher 2013 looks different from previous versions, so we created this guide to help you minimize the learning curve. Quick Start Guide Microsoft Publisher 2013 looks different from previous versions, so we created this guide to help you minimize the learning curve. Quick Access Toolbar Add your favorite commands to the

More information

New Features in Microsoft Office 2007

New Features in Microsoft Office 2007 New Features in Microsoft Office 2007 TABLE OF CONTENTS The Microsoft Office Button... 2 The Quick Access Toolbar... 2 Adding buttons to the Quick Access Toolbar... 2 Removing buttons from the Quick Access

More information

Basic Microsoft Excel 2007

Basic Microsoft Excel 2007 Basic Microsoft Excel 2007 The biggest difference between Excel 2007 and its predecessors is the new layout. All of the old functions are still there (with some new additions), but they are now located

More information

Introduction to Microsoft Word 2008

Introduction to Microsoft Word 2008 1. Launch Microsoft Word icon in Applications > Microsoft Office 2008 (or on the Dock). 2. When the Project Gallery opens, view some of the available Word templates by clicking to expand the Groups, and

More information

Microsoft Word 2010 Tutorial

Microsoft Word 2010 Tutorial 1 Microsoft Word 2010 Tutorial Microsoft Word 2010 is a word-processing program, designed to help you create professional-quality documents. With the finest documentformatting tools, Word helps you organize

More information

Word 2010: The Basics Table of Contents THE WORD 2010 WINDOW... 2 SET UP A DOCUMENT... 3 INTRODUCING BACKSTAGE... 3 CREATE A NEW DOCUMENT...

Word 2010: The Basics Table of Contents THE WORD 2010 WINDOW... 2 SET UP A DOCUMENT... 3 INTRODUCING BACKSTAGE... 3 CREATE A NEW DOCUMENT... Word 2010: The Basics Table of Contents THE WORD 2010 WINDOW... 2 SET UP A DOCUMENT... 3 INTRODUCING BACKSTAGE... 3 CREATE A NEW DOCUMENT... 4 Open a blank document... 4 Start a document from a template...

More information

Enhanced Formatting and Document Management. Word 2010. Unit 3 Module 3. Diocese of St. Petersburg Office of Training Training@dosp.

Enhanced Formatting and Document Management. Word 2010. Unit 3 Module 3. Diocese of St. Petersburg Office of Training Training@dosp. Enhanced Formatting and Document Management Word 2010 Unit 3 Module 3 Diocese of St. Petersburg Office of Training Training@dosp.org This Page Left Intentionally Blank Diocese of St. Petersburg 9/5/2014

More information

In this session, we will explain some of the basics of word processing. 1. Start Microsoft Word 11. Edit the Document cut & move

In this session, we will explain some of the basics of word processing. 1. Start Microsoft Word 11. Edit the Document cut & move WORD PROCESSING In this session, we will explain some of the basics of word processing. The following are the outlines: 1. Start Microsoft Word 11. Edit the Document cut & move 2. Describe the Word Screen

More information

Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2013

Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2013 Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2013 Navigating the PowerPoint 2013 Environment The Ribbon: The ribbon is where you will access a majority of the commands you will use to create and develop your presentation.

More information

PowerPoint 2013: Basic Skills

PowerPoint 2013: Basic Skills PowerPoint 2013: Basic Skills Information Technology September 1, 2014 1 P a g e Getting Started There are a variety of ways to start using PowerPoint software. You can click on a shortcut on your desktop

More information

Word basics. Before you begin. What you'll learn. Requirements. Estimated time to complete:

Word basics. Before you begin. What you'll learn. Requirements. Estimated time to complete: Word basics Word is a powerful word processing and layout application, but to use it most effectively, you first have to understand the basics. This tutorial introduces some of the tasks and features that

More information

Microsoft Access 2010 handout

Microsoft Access 2010 handout Microsoft Access 2010 handout Access 2010 is a relational database program you can use to create and manage large quantities of data. You can use Access to manage anything from a home inventory to a giant

More information

Section 1: Ribbon Customization

Section 1: Ribbon Customization WHAT S NEW, COMMON FEATURES IN OFFICE 2010 2 Contents Section 1: Ribbon Customization... 4 Customizable Ribbon... 4 Section 2: File is back... 5 Info Tab... 5 Recent Documents Tab... 7 New Documents Tab...

More information

Microsoft Office Excel 2007 Key Features. Office of Enterprise Development and Support Applications Support Group

Microsoft Office Excel 2007 Key Features. Office of Enterprise Development and Support Applications Support Group Microsoft Office Excel 2007 Key Features Office of Enterprise Development and Support Applications Support Group 2011 TABLE OF CONTENTS Office of Enterprise Development & Support Acknowledgment. 3 Introduction.

More information

Introduction to Word 2007

Introduction to Word 2007 Introduction to Word 2007 You will notice some obvious changes immediately after starting Word 2007. For starters, the top bar has a completely new look, consisting of new features, buttons and naming

More information

Microsoft Migrating to Word 2010 from Word 2003

Microsoft Migrating to Word 2010 from Word 2003 In This Guide Microsoft Word 2010 looks very different, so we created this guide to help you minimize the learning curve. Read on to learn key parts of the new interface, discover free Word 2010 training,

More information

Word 2007: Basics Learning Guide

Word 2007: Basics Learning Guide Word 2007: Basics Learning Guide Exploring Word At first glance, the new Word 2007 interface may seem a bit unsettling, with fat bands called Ribbons replacing cascading text menus and task bars. This

More information

Microsoft Word 2013 Tutorial

Microsoft Word 2013 Tutorial Microsoft Word 2013 Tutorial 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,

More information

Microsoft Excel 2010 Tutorial

Microsoft Excel 2010 Tutorial 1 Microsoft Excel 2010 Tutorial Excel is a spreadsheet program in the Microsoft Office system. You can use Excel to create and format workbooks (a collection of spreadsheets) in order to analyze data and

More information

Microsoft Office Word 2007 Training

Microsoft Office Word 2007 Training Microsoft Office Word 2007 Training Created & Hosted by: Hagop (Jack) Hadjinian I.A., Information Technology Course Contents: Lesson 1: Get to know the Ribbon Lesson 2: Find everyday commands The lesson

More information

Introduction to Microsoft Word 2003

Introduction to Microsoft Word 2003 Introduction to Microsoft Word 2003 Sabeera Kulkarni Information Technology Lab School of Information University of Texas at Austin Fall 2004 1. Objective This tutorial is designed for users who are new

More information

Contents. Microsoft Office 2010 Tutorial... 1

Contents. Microsoft Office 2010 Tutorial... 1 Microsoft Office 2010 Tutorial Contents Microsoft Office 2010 Tutorial... 1 Find your way through long documents with the new Document Navigation pane and Search... 4 Adjust the spaces between lines or

More information

Advanced Presentation Features and Animation

Advanced Presentation Features and Animation There are three features that you should remember as you work within PowerPoint 2007: the Microsoft Office Button, the Quick Access Toolbar, and the Ribbon. The function of these features will be more

More information

Microsoft PowerPoint 2010

Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 Starting PowerPoint... 2 PowerPoint Window Properties... 2 The Ribbon... 3 Default Tabs... 3 Contextual Tabs... 3 Minimizing and Restoring the Ribbon... 4 The Backstage View...

More information

Microsoft Word 2010 Tutorial

Microsoft Word 2010 Tutorial Microsoft Word 2010 Tutorial 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,

More information

Formatting & Styles Word 2010

Formatting & Styles Word 2010 Formatting & Styles Word 2010 Produced by Flinders University Centre for Educational ICT CONTENTS Layout... 1 Using the Ribbon Bar... 2 Minimising the Ribbon Bar... 2 The File Tab... 3 What the Commands

More information

WORDPAD TUTORIAL WINDOWS 7

WORDPAD TUTORIAL WINDOWS 7 WORDPAD TUTORIAL WINDOWS 7 Quick Access bar Home Tab Triangles = More Commands Groups on the Home tab Right paragraph margin Left paragraph Margin & Indent Paragraphs Ruler Hover the mouse pointer over

More information

Microsoft Publisher 2010 What s New!

Microsoft Publisher 2010 What s New! Microsoft Publisher 2010 What s New! INTRODUCTION Microsoft Publisher 2010 is a desktop publishing program used to create professional looking publications and communication materials for print. A new

More information

DOING MORE WITH WORD: MICROSOFT OFFICE 2010

DOING MORE WITH WORD: MICROSOFT OFFICE 2010 University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Libraries Carrboro Cybrary Chapel Hill Public Library Durham County Public Library DOING MORE WITH WORD: MICROSOFT OFFICE 2010 GETTING STARTED PAGE 02 Prerequisites

More information

PowerPoint 2007: Basics Learning Guide

PowerPoint 2007: Basics Learning Guide PowerPoint 2007: Basics Learning Guide What s a PowerPoint Slide? PowerPoint presentations are composed of slides, just like conventional presentations. Like a 35mm film-based slide, each PowerPoint slide

More information

Microsoft Power Point 2007 Study Guide PowerPoint The Microsoft Office Button The Quick Access Toolbar The Title Bar

Microsoft Power Point 2007 Study Guide PowerPoint The Microsoft Office Button The Quick Access Toolbar The Title Bar Microsoft Power Point 2007 Study Guide PowerPoint is a presentation software package. With PowerPoint, you can easily create slide shows. Trainers and other presenters use slide shows to illustrate their

More information

Instructions for Formatting APA Style Papers in Microsoft Word 2010

Instructions for Formatting APA Style Papers in Microsoft Word 2010 Instructions for Formatting APA Style Papers in Microsoft Word 2010 To begin a Microsoft Word 2010 project, click on the Start bar in the lower left corner of the screen. Select All Programs and then find

More information

Microsoft Word 2010. Revising Word Documents Using Markup Tools

Microsoft Word 2010. Revising Word Documents Using Markup Tools Microsoft Word 2010 Revising Word Documents Using Markup Tools Preface Word provides several markup tools that make document collaboration easy. Color coding, highlighting, and the ability maintain multiple

More information

PowerPoint 2007 Basics Website: http://etc.usf.edu/te/

PowerPoint 2007 Basics Website: http://etc.usf.edu/te/ Website: http://etc.usf.edu/te/ PowerPoint is the presentation program included in the Microsoft Office suite. With PowerPoint, you can create engaging presentations that can be presented in person, online,

More information

Word 2007 WOWS of Word Office 2007 brings a whole new basket of bells and whistles for our enjoyment. The whistles turn to wows.

Word 2007 WOWS of Word Office 2007 brings a whole new basket of bells and whistles for our enjoyment. The whistles turn to wows. WOWS of Word Office brings a whole new basket of bells and whistles for our enjoyment. The whistles turn to wows. gfruth@wm.edu Templates Click on the Office Button PDF and select New. You can now change

More information

MICROSOFT WORD TUTORIAL

MICROSOFT WORD TUTORIAL MICROSOFT WORD TUTORIAL G E T T I N G S T A R T E D 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,

More information

Microsoft PowerPoint Tutorial

Microsoft PowerPoint Tutorial Microsoft PowerPoint Tutorial Contents Starting MS PowerPoint... 1 The MS PowerPoint Window... 2 Title Bar...2 Office Button...3 Saving Your Work... 3 For the first time... 3 While you work... 3 Backing

More information

Microsoft Word 2011 Basics for Mac

Microsoft Word 2011 Basics for Mac 1 Microsoft Word 2011 Basics for Mac Word 2011 Basics for Mac Training Objective To introduce the new features of Microsoft Word 2011. To learn the tools and features to get started using Word 2011 more

More information

PowerPoint 2013 Basics for Windows Training Objective

PowerPoint 2013 Basics for Windows Training Objective PowerPoint 2013 Basics for Windows PowerPoint 2013 Basics for Windows Training Objective To learn the tools and features to get started using PowerPoint more efficiently and effectively. What you can expect

More information

Excel 2007 Basic knowledge

Excel 2007 Basic knowledge Ribbon menu The Ribbon menu system with tabs for various Excel commands. This Ribbon system replaces the traditional menus used with Excel 2003. Above the Ribbon in the upper-left corner is the Microsoft

More information

Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 Handout

Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 Handout Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 Handout PowerPoint is a presentation software program that is part of the Microsoft Office package. This program helps you to enhance your oral presentation and keep the audience

More information

NAVIGATION TIPS. Special Tabs

NAVIGATION TIPS. Special Tabs rp`=j~êëü~ää=påüççä=çñ=_ìëáåéëë Academic Information Services Excel 2007 Cheat Sheet Find Excel 2003 Commands in Excel 2007 Use this handout to find where Excel 2003 commands are located in Excel 2007.

More information

Instructions for Formatting MLA Style Papers in Microsoft Word 2010

Instructions for Formatting MLA Style Papers in Microsoft Word 2010 Instructions for Formatting MLA Style Papers in Microsoft Word 2010 To begin a Microsoft Word 2010 project, click on the Start bar in the lower left corner of the screen. Select All Programs and then find

More information

Microsoft Word 2007 Module 1

Microsoft Word 2007 Module 1 Microsoft Word 2007 Module 1 http://pds.hccfl.edu/pds Microsoft Word 2007: Module 1 July, 2007 2007 Hillsborough Community College - Professional Development and Web Services Hillsborough Community College

More information

Google Docs Basics Website: http://etc.usf.edu/te/

Google Docs Basics Website: http://etc.usf.edu/te/ Website: http://etc.usf.edu/te/ Google Docs is a free web-based office suite that allows you to store documents online so you can access them from any computer with an internet connection. With Google

More information

Create a Poster Using Publisher

Create a Poster Using Publisher Contents 1. Introduction 1. Starting Publisher 2. Create a Poster Template 5. Aligning your images and text 7. Apply a background 12. Add text to your poster 14. Add pictures to your poster 17. Add graphs

More information

Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 Templates and Slide Masters (Level 3)

Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 Templates and Slide Masters (Level 3) IT Services Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 Templates and Slide Masters (Level 3) Contents Introduction... 1 Installed Templates and Themes... 2 University of Reading Templates... 3 Further Templates and Presentations...

More information

Microsoft Office & Lync Tech Tips

Microsoft Office & Lync Tech Tips Microsoft Office & Lync Tech Tips Tech Tip - Using Conversation View in Outlook There are several ways to sort or organize your e-mails within Outlook. Sorting by sender, subject, received date and size

More information

Word Processing programs and their uses

Word Processing programs and their uses Word Processing programs and their uses An application that provides extensive tools for creating all kinds of text based programs. They are not limited to working with text and enable you to add images

More information

Publisher 2010 Cheat Sheet

Publisher 2010 Cheat Sheet April 20, 2012 Publisher 2010 Cheat Sheet Toolbar customize click on arrow and then check the ones you want a shortcut for File Tab (has new, open save, print, and shows recent documents, and has choices

More information

Introduction To Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2007. Bob Booth July 2008 AP-PPT5

Introduction To Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2007. Bob Booth July 2008 AP-PPT5 Introduction To Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2007. Bob Booth July 2008 AP-PPT5 University of Sheffield Contents 1. INTRODUCTION... 3 2. GETTING STARTED... 4 2.1 STARTING POWERPOINT... 4 3. THE USER INTERFACE...

More information

Reviewing documents with track changes in Word 2013

Reviewing documents with track changes in Word 2013 Reviewing documents with track changes in Word 2013 Information Services Reviewing documents with track changes in Word 2013 This note covers how to use Word s reviewing tools to track the changes made

More information

Creating tables of contents and figures in Word 2013

Creating tables of contents and figures in Word 2013 Creating tables of contents and figures in Word 2013 Information Services Creating tables of contents and figures in Word 2013 This note shows you how to create a table of contents or a table of figures

More information

Paragraph Formatting 4

Paragraph Formatting 4 Paragraph Formatting 4 LESSON SKILL MATRIX Skill Exam Objective Objective Number Formatting Paragraphs Set indentation. 2.2.7 Setting Line Spacing in Text and Between Paragraphs Creating and Formatting

More information

Microsoft Office 2010: Introductory Q&As PowerPoint Chapter 1

Microsoft Office 2010: Introductory Q&As PowerPoint Chapter 1 Microsoft Office 2010: Introductory Q&As PowerPoint Chapter 1 Are the themes displayed in a specific order? (PPT 6) Yes. They are arranged in alphabetical order running from left to right. If you point

More information

Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2003. Creating a new presentation from a design template. Creating a new presentation from a design template

Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2003. Creating a new presentation from a design template. Creating a new presentation from a design template Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2003 Tutorial 2 Applying and Modifying Text and Graphic Objects 1 Creating a new presentation from a design template Click File on the menu bar, and then click New Click the

More information

paragraph(s). The bottom mark is for all following lines in that paragraph. The rectangle below the marks moves both marks at the same time.

paragraph(s). The bottom mark is for all following lines in that paragraph. The rectangle below the marks moves both marks at the same time. MS Word, Part 3 & 4 Office 2007 Line Numbering Sometimes it can be helpful to have every line numbered. That way, if someone else is reviewing your document they can tell you exactly which lines they have

More information

Microsoft Excel 2013 Tutorial

Microsoft Excel 2013 Tutorial Microsoft Excel 2013 Tutorial TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. Getting Started Pg. 3 2. Creating A New Document Pg. 3 3. Saving Your Document Pg. 4 4. Toolbars Pg. 4 5. Formatting Pg. 6 Working With Cells Pg. 6 Changing

More information

Title bar Help Ribbon Display (appear only when needed)

Title bar Help Ribbon Display (appear only when needed) Microsoft Office 2013 Quick Reference Card Office 2013 is very much like Office 2010 in its basic functionality. It uses a tabbed Ribbon across the top and employs dialog boxes and a Quick Access Toolbar.

More information

Module One: Getting Started... 6. Opening Outlook... 6. Setting Up Outlook for the First Time... 7. Understanding the Interface...

Module One: Getting Started... 6. Opening Outlook... 6. Setting Up Outlook for the First Time... 7. Understanding the Interface... 2 CONTENTS Module One: Getting Started... 6 Opening Outlook... 6 Setting Up Outlook for the First Time... 7 Understanding the Interface...12 Using Backstage View...14 Viewing Your Inbox...15 Closing Outlook...17

More information

ECDL. European Computer Driving Licence. Word Processing Software BCS ITQ Level 2. Syllabus Version 5.0

ECDL. European Computer Driving Licence. Word Processing Software BCS ITQ Level 2. Syllabus Version 5.0 European Computer Driving Licence Word Processing Software BCS ITQ Level 2 Using Microsoft Word 2010 Syllabus Version 5.0 This training, which has been approved by BCS, The Chartered Institute for IT,

More information

IT Quick Reference Guides Using Windows 7

IT Quick Reference Guides Using Windows 7 IT Quick Reference Guides Using Windows 7 Windows Guides This sheet covers many of the basic commands for using the Windows 7 operating system. WELCOME TO WINDOWS 7 After you log into your machine, the

More information

Contents. Launching FrontPage... 3. Working with the FrontPage Interface... 3 View Options... 4 The Folders List... 5 The Page View Frame...

Contents. Launching FrontPage... 3. Working with the FrontPage Interface... 3 View Options... 4 The Folders List... 5 The Page View Frame... Using Microsoft Office 2003 Introduction to FrontPage Handout INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY SERVICES California State University, Los Angeles Version 1.0 Fall 2005 Contents Launching FrontPage... 3 Working with

More information

Microsoft Office Access 2007 Basics

Microsoft Office Access 2007 Basics Access(ing) A Database Project PRESENTED BY THE TECHNOLOGY TRAINERS OF THE MONROE COUNTY LIBRARY SYSTEM EMAIL: TRAININGLAB@MONROE.LIB.MI.US MONROE COUNTY LIBRARY SYSTEM 734-241-5770 1 840 SOUTH ROESSLER

More information

TLMC WORKSHOP: THESIS FORMATTING IN WORD 2010

TLMC WORKSHOP: THESIS FORMATTING IN WORD 2010 Table of Contents Introduction... 2 Getting Help... 2 Tips... 2 Working with Styles... 3 Applying a Style... 3 Choosing Which Styles to Use... 3 Modifying a Style... 4 Creating A New Style... 4 Setting

More information

Word Processing - Microsoft Word 2010. ITdesk.info. Handbook. Author: Gorana Celebic. digital literacy movement. e - learning. building modern society

Word Processing - Microsoft Word 2010. ITdesk.info. Handbook. Author: Gorana Celebic. digital literacy movement. e - learning. building modern society digital literacy movement building modern society human rights to education & information ITdesk.info project of computer e- education with open access open access e - learning e - inclusion Word Processing

More information

MS WORD 2007 (PC) Macros and Track Changes Please note the latest Macintosh version of MS Word does not have Macros.

MS WORD 2007 (PC) Macros and Track Changes Please note the latest Macintosh version of MS Word does not have Macros. MS WORD 2007 (PC) Macros and Track Changes Please note the latest Macintosh version of MS Word does not have Macros. Record a macro 1. On the Developer tab, in the Code group, click Record Macro. 2. In

More information

PowerPoint 2013: Absolute Beginners. Workbook

PowerPoint 2013: Absolute Beginners. Workbook PowerPoint 2013: Absolute Beginners Workbook Edition 1 August 2014 Document Reference: 3809-2014 PowerPoint 2013: Absolute Beginners Contents Introduction Getting started with PowerPoint... 1 After the

More information

University of Miami Information Technology

University of Miami Information Technology University of Miami Information Technology Word 2013 is fairly similar to Word 2010 but has a few variations. Word 2013, however, still uses the same file extension (.docx) This manual will discuss the

More information

Microsoft Word 2013 Basics

Microsoft Word 2013 Basics Microsoft Word 2013 Basics 1. From Start, look for the Word tile and click it. 2. The Ribbon- seen across the top of Microsoft Word. The ribbon contains Tabs, Groups, and Commands a. Tabs sit across the

More information

Excel 2003 Tutorial I

Excel 2003 Tutorial I This tutorial was adapted from a tutorial by see its complete version at http://www.fgcu.edu/support/office2000/excel/index.html Excel 2003 Tutorial I Spreadsheet Basics Screen Layout Title bar Menu bar

More information

Internet Explorer 7. Getting Started The Internet Explorer Window. Tabs NEW! Working with the Tab Row. Microsoft QUICK Source

Internet Explorer 7. Getting Started The Internet Explorer Window. Tabs NEW! Working with the Tab Row. Microsoft QUICK Source Microsoft QUICK Source Internet Explorer 7 Getting Started The Internet Explorer Window u v w x y { Using the Command Bar The Command Bar contains shortcut buttons for Internet Explorer tools. To expand

More information

Module B. Key Applications Using Microsoft Office 2010

Module B. Key Applications Using Microsoft Office 2010 Module B Key Applications Using Microsoft Office 2010 Unit 3: Common Elements Key Applications The Key Applications exam includes questions covering three applications (word processing, spreadsheet and

More information

Excel 2007: Basics Learning Guide

Excel 2007: Basics Learning Guide Excel 2007: Basics Learning Guide Exploring Excel At first glance, the new Excel 2007 interface may seem a bit unsettling, with fat bands called Ribbons replacing cascading text menus and task bars. This

More information

History Explorer. View and Export Logged Print Job Information WHITE PAPER

History Explorer. View and Export Logged Print Job Information WHITE PAPER History Explorer View and Export Logged Print Job Information WHITE PAPER Contents Overview 3 Logging Information to the System Database 4 Logging Print Job Information from BarTender Designer 4 Logging

More information

How to Use Excel 2007

How to Use Excel 2007 How to Use Excel 2007 Table of Contents THE EXCEL ENVIRONMENT... 4 MOVE OR SCROLL THROUGH A WORKSHEET... 5 USE THE SCROLL BARS TO MOVE THROUGH A WORKSHEET... 5 USE THE ARROW KEYS TO MOVE THROUGH A WORKSHEET...

More information

WordPerfect for Windows shortcut keys for the Windows and DOS keyboards

WordPerfect for Windows shortcut keys for the Windows and DOS keyboards WordPerfect for Windows shortcut keys for the Windows and DOS keyboards Courtesy of the Toolbox for WordPerfect at Http://wptoolbox.com [Revised: Jan 3, 2016] [From the WordPerfect X7 Help (Index):]...

More information

Introduction to Microsoft PowerPoint

Introduction to Microsoft PowerPoint Introduction to Microsoft PowerPoint By the end of class, students should be able to: Identify parts of the work area. Create a new presentation using PowerPoint s design templates. Navigate around a presentation.

More information

Decision Support AITS University Administration. Web Intelligence Rich Client 4.1 User Guide

Decision Support AITS University Administration. Web Intelligence Rich Client 4.1 User Guide Decision Support AITS University Administration Web Intelligence Rich Client 4.1 User Guide 2 P age Web Intelligence 4.1 User Guide Web Intelligence 4.1 User Guide Contents Getting Started in Web Intelligence

More information

Introduction to Microsoft Excel 2010

Introduction to Microsoft Excel 2010 Introduction to Microsoft Excel 2010 Screen Elements Quick Access Toolbar The Ribbon Formula Bar Expand Formula Bar Button File Menu Vertical Scroll Worksheet Navigation Tabs Horizontal Scroll Bar Zoom

More information

HIT THE GROUND RUNNING MS WORD INTRODUCTION

HIT THE GROUND RUNNING MS WORD INTRODUCTION HIT THE GROUND RUNNING MS WORD INTRODUCTION MS Word is a word processing program. MS Word has many features and with it, a person can create reports, letters, faxes, memos, web pages, newsletters, and

More information

Beginning Microsoft Word XP

Beginning Microsoft Word XP Beginning Microsoft Word XP Objective 1: Become acquainted with the Microsoft Word XP environment. Toolbars Standard Toolbar Formatting Toolbar Toolbars provide easy access to commonly used options. The

More information

Computer Training Centre University College Cork. Excel 2013 Level 1

Computer Training Centre University College Cork. Excel 2013 Level 1 Computer Training Centre University College Cork Excel 2013 Level 1 Table of Contents Introduction... 1 Opening Excel... 1 Using Windows 7... 1 Using Windows 8... 1 Getting Started with Excel 2013... 2

More information

SMART Board Beginning

SMART Board Beginning SMART Board Beginning Downloading the Software... 2 600 Series SMART Board... 2 800 Series SMART Board... 3 SMART Board Cleaning Options... 4 SMART Board Pens... 4 SMART Board Help... 4 Using the On Screen

More information

Outlook Email. User Guide IS TRAINING CENTER. 833 Chestnut St, Suite 600. Philadelphia, PA 19107 215-503-7500

Outlook Email. User Guide IS TRAINING CENTER. 833 Chestnut St, Suite 600. Philadelphia, PA 19107 215-503-7500 Outlook Email User Guide IS TRAINING CENTER 833 Chestnut St, Suite 600 Philadelphia, PA 19107 215-503-7500 This page intentionally left blank. TABLE OF CONTENTS Getting Started... 3 Opening Outlook...

More information

Computer Training Centre University College Cork. Word 2013 Level 1

Computer Training Centre University College Cork. Word 2013 Level 1 Computer Training Centre University College Cork Word 2013 Level 1 INTRODUCTION... 1 OPENING WORD 2013... 2 THE START SCREEN... 3 THE WORD WINDOW IN DETAIL... 4 THE FILE TAB... 5 THE INFO MENU... 5 PROTECT

More information

Microsoft Word Basics Workshop

Microsoft Word Basics Workshop Microsoft Word Basics Workshop Microsoft Word is the most commonly used word processing software program in the world. Most likely, you use it on your computer regularly, yet you may have never really

More information

Merging Labels, Letters, and Envelopes Word 2013

Merging Labels, Letters, and Envelopes Word 2013 Merging Labels, Letters, and Envelopes Word 2013 Merging... 1 Types of Merges... 1 The Merging Process... 2 Labels - A Page of the Same... 2 Labels - A Blank Page... 3 Creating Custom Labels... 3 Merged

More information

Microsoft Access 2010 Part 1: Introduction to Access

Microsoft Access 2010 Part 1: Introduction to Access CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY, LOS ANGELES INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY SERVICES Microsoft Access 2010 Part 1: Introduction to Access Fall 2014, Version 1.2 Table of Contents Introduction...3 Starting Access...3

More information

Microsoft Excel 2010. Understanding the Basics

Microsoft Excel 2010. Understanding the Basics Microsoft Excel 2010 Understanding the Basics Table of Contents Opening Excel 2010 2 Components of Excel 2 The Ribbon 3 o Contextual Tabs 3 o Dialog Box Launcher 4 o Quick Access Toolbar 4 Key Tips 5 The

More information

1. Click the File tab 2. Click "Options" 3. Click "Save" 4. In the line labeled "Default file location", browse to the desired folder 5.

1. Click the File tab 2. Click Options 3. Click Save 4. In the line labeled Default file location, browse to the desired folder 5. Instructional Technology Services Tips and Tricks for Word Tips & Tricks for Word (in Windows) There are a lot of things you can do in Word to save time, such as changing default settings to your preferred

More information

Microsoft Word 2011: Create a Table of Contents

Microsoft Word 2011: Create a Table of Contents Microsoft Word 2011: Create a Table of Contents Creating a Table of Contents for a document can be updated quickly any time you need to add or remove details for it will update page numbers for you. A

More information

Styles, Tables of Contents, and Tables of Authorities in Microsoft Word 2010

Styles, Tables of Contents, and Tables of Authorities in Microsoft Word 2010 Styles, Tables of Contents, and Tables of Authorities in Microsoft Word 2010 TABLE OF CONTENTS WHAT IS A STYLE?... 2 VIEWING AVAILABLE STYLES IN THE STYLES GROUP... 2 APPLYING STYLES FROM THE STYLES GROUP...

More information

Migrating to Excel 2010 from Excel 2003 - Excel - Microsoft Office 1 of 1

Migrating to Excel 2010 from Excel 2003 - Excel - Microsoft Office 1 of 1 Migrating to Excel 2010 - Excel - Microsoft Office 1 of 1 In This Guide Microsoft Excel 2010 looks very different, so we created this guide to help you minimize the learning curve. Read on to learn key

More information

Microsoft Word 2010 Training

Microsoft Word 2010 Training Microsoft Word 2010 Training Microsoft Word 102 Instructor: Debbie Minnerly Course goals Learn how to work with paragraphs. Set tabs and work with tables. Learn about styles Use the spelling and grammar

More information

Handout: How to Use Excel 2010

Handout: How to Use Excel 2010 How to Use Excel 2010 Table of Contents THE EXCEL ENVIRONMENT... 4 MOVE OR SCROLL THROUGH A WORKSHEET... 5 USE THE SCROLL BARS TO MOVE THROUGH A WORKSHEET... 5 USE THE ARROW KEYS TO MOVE THROUGH A WORKSHEET...

More information