Computer Literacy Basics Lesson 13 Homework

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1 Lesson 13 Editing and Formatting Documents
Computer Literacy BASICS: A Comprehensive Guide to IC3, 3rd EditionMorrison / Wells

2 ObjectivesDelete and insert text using the Backspace and Delete keys and Insert and Overtype modes.Undo, redo, and repeat actions.Edit text using drag-and-drop editing and the Cut, Copy, and Paste commands.Use proofing tools to check and correct spelling and grammar and use research services.Format characters with fonts and attributes.22

3 Objectives (continued)
Format paragraphs with fonts, line spacing, alignment, tabs and indents, and bulleted and numbered lists.Format documents with margin settings, page orientation settings, and page breaks.Find and replace text.33

4 Vocabulary alignment Clipboard drag-and drop editing edit
first line indentfontformatFormat Painterhanging indentindentInsert modelandscape orientation44

5 Vocabulary (continued)
manual line breakmanual page breakmarginOvertype modepointsportrait orientationselectsoft page break55

6 IntroductionEditing and formatting features give you the ability to refine your documents and determine how they will look on the screen, on the Web, or as printed pages.66

7 Editing DocumentsEditing a document involves adding, deleting, changing, or moving text.Word provides many features that enable you to make changes, correct errors, and check the spelling and grammar in your document.77

8 Editing Documents (continued)
Selecting Text:When you select text, you identify a block of text you want to edit.Once you select text, you can delete it, replace it, change its appearance, move it, copy it, and so on.88

9 Editing Documents (continued)
Selecting Text (cont):You can use the mouse or the keyboard to select text.99

10 Editing Documents (continued)
Deleting and Inserting Characters:You can quickly delete characters one at a time by using either the Backspace or Delete key.In Insert mode, you enter text in front of existing text. The existing text shifts to the right to make room for the new text.When Insert mode is turned off, Overtype mode is activated.In Overtype mode, new text replaces the existing text.You can change the settings for Insert mode and Overtype mode in the Word Options dialog box.1010

11 Editing Documents (continued)
Undoing, Redoing, and Repeating:Whenever you perform an action that you want to reverse, you can use the Undo command.If you undo an action and then change your mind, you can reverse the undo action by using the Redo command.Use the Repeat command to repeat your last action.1111

12 Editing Documents (continued)
Copying and Moving Text:Selected text can be copied or moved within a document and between documents.Using Drag-and-Drop Editing:Drag-and-drop editing is when you use the mouse to drag selected text from the existing location and then drop the selected text in a new location.You can also copy text using drag-and-drop editing. Hold down Ctrl as you drag, and the selected text will be copied instead of moved.1212

13 Editing Documents (continued)
Using the Cut, Copy, and Paste Commands:You can use the Cut, Copy, and Paste commands to move and copy selected text.Word stores the selected text on the Clipboard.You can retrieve the contents of the Clipboard by using the Paste command.1313

14 Editing Documents (continued)
Using the Proofing Tools:Word provides several proofing tools that will help you prepare an error-free document.1414

15 Editing Documents (continued)
Checking Spelling and Grammar:As you enter text, Word automatically checks the spelling of each word against its dictionary.Word automatically checks for grammar errors such as incomplete sentences, the wrong use of words, and capitalization and punctuation errors.Using AutoCorrect and AutoComplete:The AutoCorrect feature automatically corrects errors as you enter text.AutoComplete suggests the spelling for frequently used words and phrases.1515

16 Editing Documents (continued)
Using the Research Tools:The commands in the Proofing group on the Review tab provide quick access to resources including dictionaries, a thesaurus, encyclopedia articles, translation services, and Web sites.Counting the Words:The Word Count command provides statistics about your document that include the number of pages, sentences, lines, and characters as well as how many words are in your document.1616

17 Formatting DocumentsWhen you format a document, you change the appearance of the text or of the whole document.Text color and underline are examples of character formats.A paragraph format, such as single spacing, is applied to an entire paragraph and cannot be applied to only a portion of a paragraph.Document formats, such as margins and paper size, apply to an entire document.1717

18 Formatting Documents (continued)
Applying Character Formats:A font is the design of the typeface in your document.The size of a font is measured in points.Change the appearance of the font by using the command buttons in the Font group.1818

19 Formatting Documents (continued)
Applying Paragraph Formats:Paragraph formats include adjusting the blank space between lines of text, aligning text, setting tabs and indents, and adding bullets and numberingMost paragraph formats can be applied using the commands in the Paragraph group of the Home tab.1919

20 Formatting Documents (continued)
Changing the Line Spacing and Alignment:The default line spacing in Word is single spacing.When text is double-spaced, there is a blank line between each line of text.You can adjust spacing before and after a paragraph.Alignment refers to how text is positioned between the left and right margins.Text can be aligned in four different ways: left, center, right, or justified.2020

21 Formatting Documents (continued)
Setting Tabs and Indents:Tabs are useful for indenting paragraphs and lining up columns of text.2121

22 Formatting Documents (continued)
Setting Tabs and Indents (cont):The ruler can be used to quickly set tabs, indents, and margins in your document.An indent is a space inserted between the margin and where the line of text appears.You can indent text from the left margin, from the right margin, or from both the left and right margins.Adding Bullets and Numbers:Bullets are used to list items when order does not matter. Numbered lists are used to identify steps that should be completed in a specific order.2222

23 Formatting Documents (continued)
Applying Document Formats:Document formats are applied to an entire document.These formats include layout settings such as margins, page orientation, paper size, and page breaks.Most document formats can be accessed in the Page Setup group on the Page Layout tab.2323

24 Formatting Documents (continued)
Changing the Margins and the Page Orientation:The margin and page orientation formats you choose should be based on the purpose and content of the document and also on the paper size.The margin is the blank space around the edges of the page.Portrait orientation formats the content of the document with the short edge of the page at the top. Landscape orientation formats the content of the document with the long edge of the page at the top.2424

25 Formatting Documents (continued)
Inserting Page Breaks:When you fill a page with text or graphics, Word begins a new page by automatically inserting a soft page break.You can also break pages manually by inserting a manual page break, which forces a page break at a specific location, regardless of how much text or graphics are on the page.2525

26 Using Format PainterFormat Painter will copy and apply font and paragraph formatting as well as some basic graphic formatting, such as borders, fills, and shading.The Format Painter button is located in the Clipboard group of the Home tab.2626

27 Finding and Replacing Text
The Find command makes locating text and/or formats easier and more efficient.When you need to replace or reformat multiple occurrences of the same text, you can use the Replace command.2727

28 Summary In this lesson, you learned:
When you add new text in Insert mode, the new characters are inserted between existing text. When text is entered in Overtype mode, the new text replaces existing text.The Undo, Redo, and Repeat commands make editing easy when you make mistakes, change your mind, or repeat actions.2828

29 Summary (continued)Selected text can be copied or moved from one location in a Word document to a new location in the same document, to a different Word document, or to another application. Drag-and-drop editing is especially helpful when you are moving or copying text short distances.When you use the Cut, Copy, and Paste commands, Word stores the selected text on the Clipboard, which stores up to 24 items.2929

30 Summary (continued)Word checks spelling and grammar as you enter text.Formatting a paragraph for left, center, right, or justified alignment positions the text appropriately between the left and right margins.You can use the ruler to format tabs and indents.The Bullets and Numbering feature automatically adds and formats bullets and numbers in lists.3030

31 Summary (continued)The page orientation determines how the document is printed on the page. Adjusting the margins affects the blank space around the edges of the page.The Find command makes searching for text easy and efficient. The Replace command replaces multiple occurrences of search text automatically.3131

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