Presentation on theme: "Word Processing Activity"— Presentation transcript:
1Word Processing Activity Cut, Copy, Paste, Font Size, Font Style &Undo
2WORD or WORDPAD You have BOTH of these programs at HOME They are both Word Processing Programs-WORDPAD is a little bit easier to learn because it is MUCH smaller.
3Open WordPad or Word The WordPad or Word TOOLS Today, we are going to use CUT, COPY, and PASTE, and FONT SIZE
4COPY/ PASTE Go to the Teachers folder on your desktop Open folders (A Baker, 3rd and 4th)Double-Click on Poems WordPad ActivityChoose ONE of the POEMSUse the SELECT tool
5See the 3 Poems This is for Mrs. Kight 1. Baa, baa, black sheep Have you any wool? Yes sir, yes sir, Three bags full One for my master, One for my dame, One for the little boy Who lives down the lane 2.London Bridge is falling down, Falling down, Falling down. London Bridge is falling down, My fair lady!3.I'm a little teapot, short and stout Here is my handle, here is my spout When I get all steamed up hear me shout. Just tip me over and pour me out.This is for Mrs. Kight
6Select Tool/ Highlight and Copy Practice Highlighting- highlight 1 of the poems- You need to start at the beginning or the end of the poem. Once you have highlighted the poem, you can copy it.Find the COPY toolCOPY one POEM
8Practice highlighting Change Font SizeChange Font FacePractice copy/pastePractice cut/pasteYour BEST Friend… Find it!undo
9DAY 2- Bold, Italic, and Underline Go to the “Teachers” Folder/”3rd 4th”/”Word Processing b i and u”You will see the poemsYou will practice “selecting” and “highlighting”You will then add bold, italic, and underline to the poems
10Bold, Italic, and Underline BOLD (poem #1)- bold each word that begins with BItalic (poem #2) Italic each word that begins with IUnderline poem #3) Underline each word that begins with U
11Color the Poems & Change the Font (if time allows) Highlight and choose a different color for each poemHighlight and change the font
12Working With Pictures (PHOTOS) It gets a bit “tricky”We will use WORD todayFollow the stepsYou need a storyYou need “pictures”We will use “The Little Red Hen” today!
13You must follow 3 steps Type the Story Click and Drag the Photo (from a saved place)- copy and paste works too!Double Click (in office 2010)/ and THIS will come up (Picture Tools)
14Double Click on the Picture Choose WRAP TEXTChoose SQUARE or TIGHTNOW you can move and resize your DUCK
15PRACTICE NOW! Yippee ! Go to TEACHERS / A Baker/3rd4th/ Little Red Hen Click and drag the red hen or the bread in to your storyDouble Click on the pictureFind Wrap TextChoose either Square or TightNow you can move around your picture and resize it (remember you ALWAYS resize from the diagonal corners)Now ADD the rest of the pictures to your storyColor and change the font if you have timeYippee !