Presentation on theme: "CCE-EDUSAT SESSION FOR COMPUTER FUNDAMENTALS"— Presentation transcript:
1CCE-EDUSAT SESSION FOR COMPUTER FUNDAMENTALS Faculty: Anita KanavalliDepartment of CSEM S Ramaiah Institute of TechnologyBangaloreE mail-
2TOPICS What is Office Automation ? MS Office and its Components Alternate office automation tools
3Office AutomationOffice automation refers to the use of computer and softwareto digitally create, collect, store, manipulate, and relay office information needed for accomplishing basic tasks and goals.The use of computer systems to do a variety of office operations, such as word processing, accounting, and .
4Office AutomationRaw data storage, electronic transfer, and the management of electronic business information comprise the basic activities of an office automation system.Office automation helps in optimizing or automating existing office procedures
5Office AutomationThe backbone of office automation is a LAN, which allows users to transmit data, mail and even voice across the network. All office functions, including dictation, typing, filing, copying, fax, Telex, microfilm and records management, telephone and telephone switchboard operations, fall into this category.
6MS Office MS Microsoft Office Its Components are Microsoft Word provides everything to produce professional-looking documents, communicate your ideas, and share information with others.
7MS Office MS Microsoft Office Its Components are Microsoft Excel makes it easy to build spreadsheets and then use, share, and analyze the data, as well as provide reports and present the data graphically.
8MS Office MS Microsoft Office Its Components are Microsoft PowerPoint allows you to organize, illustrate, and present your ideas in a multimedia presentation. It gives you the tools to communicate with impact, whether in the classroom, to parents, or to colleagues.
9MS Office MS Microsoft Office Its Components are Microsoft Access lets you develop and use databases to store, manipulate, and share information.
10Office ToolsExplore the Menu toolbar by clicking on each of the menus. For example, click Tools to see the options in the Tools menu.The arrows show you there are additional options for this menu item.The chevron means more options are available.
11Office ToolsThe Menu bar contains a list of menus that will help you create, edit, and format items, documentsIf a menu option looks faded (is grayed out), the option is not currently available to youIf you see a chevron at the bottom of the menu, hover over it for a moment, and all of the options appear.
12Tool Bar Click to open, save, or send a document as e‑mail. Cut, copy, and paste objects or text. .Link to the Web, create tables, insert spreadsheets, or add columns or WordArt.Show the Office Assistant
13Toolbar More buttons. Undo or redo any action. Print a document, preview printing, or check spelling. .Zoom, view markers, or select a magnification.
14Web Toolbar Click to go forward or backward between documents. Return to your start page or search on the Web.Stop a current jump or refresh a current page if you are working in a browser.Shows the location of the document in which you are currently working or currently displayed Web page.
15Changing Toolbar Settings From any Office program, on the View menu,click Toolbars, and then click Customize.Click the Options tab..To view the Standard and Formatting toolbarsin two rows so that all buttons are visible, clear the Standard and Formatting Toolbars share one row checkbox.
16Changing Toolbar Settings To view large icons, select Large icons. To list font names in their fonts, select List fontnames in their font.Click the Toolbars tab.To view additional toolbars, select the checkbox next to the name of the toolbar that you want to view.Click Close.
17Screen TipsWhen you position your pointer to hover over any button on a toolbar, a small box appears with the name of that button.The box is called a ScreenTip. If you do not see ScreenTips, you can change the settings to show them.
18Screen TipsPoint to the toolbar buttonThe Screen Tip appears.
19Clip GalleryIn the Office suite, you can add multimedia to your document, presentation, Web page, or publication using the Clip Gallery tool.You can use the Clip Gallery to preview a wide variety of pictures, photographs, sounds, and video clips that you can insert in your documents.
20To insert Clip Gallery If the Drawing toolbar is not visible, on the View menu, click Toolbars and then clickDrawing.Click Insert Clip Art on the Drawing toolbar.The Clip Gallery appears with the Pictures tabvisible.
21To insert Clip Gallery Select a category by clicking a picture. Or - Type a keyword in the Search for clips box.
23To insert Clip GalleryClick the graphic you want to insert or preview.A toolbar opens next to the picture.
24Alternate to MS OfficeOpenOffice.org offers a suite of office software applications free to download for anyone with a computer, including PC's operating with Windows or Linux. Open Office also offers a free version for Macintosh computers. Open Office offers its software freely to anyone who wants to download it.