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Presented by Sharon Row
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Pages: Cover pages Blank pages Page breaks Tables: Insert table Insert Excel Create Table Calendar formats, etc. Illustrations: Insert picture clip art shapes smart art charts & screenshots Links: Hyperlinks Bookmarks and Cross-references Header & Footers: Headers, footers & insert page numbers Text: Text box, Quick parts, Word Art, Drop Capital, Signature Line, Date & Time stamp, Object (taken from other documents) Symbols: Equations & symbols
Themes: Colors, Fonts & Effects Page Set up: Margins = Orientation Size Columns Breaks, Line numbers & Hyphenations Page Background: Watermarks Page Colors Page borders: Arrange Position, Wrap Text Bring forward/send backward Selection Pane Align, Group & Rotate
Click on picture and new ribbon shows up just for editing pictures! Picture Tools (Editing)
Graphic Imaging format ribbon. Remove backgrounds, make corrections, use artistic effects, choose styles, Position graphic, align/rotate and CROP!
Choose format of Table of Contents Insert footnotes OR endnotes Choose Writing Style for Citations & Bibliography Create & insert captions Create Index Insert Table of Authorities PUBLIC DOMAIN vs. CITATIONS
Whenever you insert a text box, the Drawing Tools ribbon appears Insert & edit shapes, draw text box Shape styles, shape fills, shape outlines and shape effects Word Art styles With text fills, text outlines & text effects Text direction, alignment and hyperlinks Arranging text: position, wrap, bring forward or send backward, align & rotate Size of text Box vertical & horizontal
Proofing: spell check, research, thesaurus, word count Translate text from local or online services. Mini-translator for phrases Track changes and show/mark as final documents Navigate comments and accept/reject comments Compare & combine text from other documents Restrict or protect document so no one else can edit or change. For use in One Note
Document Views: Print Layout, Full Screen, Web Layout, Outline, Draft Show: Ruler, Gridlines, Navigation Pane Zoom: Zoom in and out, Page Views Window: Window views and rearranging Macros: Create and assign macros
Customizing the Quick Access Tool Bar (top left corner) On any command on any ribbon, right click. Then choose “Add to Quick Access Toolbar”.
Me, Myself & I, Inc. 100 Any Street Phone: Your Town, IN Headers & Footers - create letterhead (corporate bond) -date, file, page numbers -Document titles Watermarks (page layout)
HOME RIBBON INSERT RIBBON Chart Terminology PAGE LAYOUT RIBBON
FORMULA RIBBON Common Formulas: Date & Time =NOW() … 6/10/ :24 Addition: ∑ (Sigma) or =sum(c1:c4) or =sum(c1+c2+c3+c4) or =sum(highlight the range) Average: =average(c1:c4) Maximum: =max (c1:c4) Minimum: =min (c1:c4) Always use Order of Operations: PEMDAS Parentheses first, Exponents (powers, square roots, etc.), Multiplication and Division (left to right) and Addition and Subtraction (left to right) Financial, Logical, Math & Trig, Text, Lookup, Engineering, Statistical, Date & Time, Cube, Information formulas COMPARISON OPERATORSMEANINGEXAMPLE =Equal to =IF(A4=G6,S12^R3,J4+K3) Greater than =IF(=AVERAGE(F3:f5)>70,1,0 >=Greater than or equal to =IF(V4>=$D$2,K8*P4,7) <=Less than or equal to =IF(Y6+H2,=25,$K13,10*L2) <>Not equal to =IF(H4<>c$3,"no", "yes")
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ONE NOTE Office 2010 Summer 2012
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Chart Terms Chart - a visual representation of information Chart object – a chart embedded in a Word document Chart Title – the name of the chart Data axis – the scale used to measure the data in the chart. The Y axis shows the vertical scale and the X axis shows the horizontal scale Data label – text that identifies the units plotted on the chart such as months or dollar values Data range – A range of cells in which you may enter data Data series – a range of values plotted in a chart Legend – The key that identifies what each color of symbol in the chart represents. Plot area – the area of the chart where the data series are displayed Common types of charts: Column: Compares values across categories in vertical columns Line: Dislays trends over time or categories Pie: Dislays the contributions of each value to a total value. Often used to show percentages of a whole. Bar: Compares values across categories in horizontal bars Area: Displays trends over time or categories by showing the contribution of each value to the whole XY (scatter): Compares pairs of values Return to Excel