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Lesson 1: Advanced Formatting Unit 2: Advanced Word 2007: Business Communications
Lesson 1: Advanced Formatting Quick Styles allow you to change the format of a specific type of text, such as a heading, list, or caption. You can create and apply font, size, color, alignment, or other character and paragraph formats.
Lesson 1: Advanced Formatting Apply custom styles to text, lists, and tables
Lesson 1: Advanced Formatting An orphan is a line of text that appears by itself at the bottom of a page A widow is a line of text that appears by itself at the top of a page
Lesson 1: Advanced Formatting The Keep lines together feature allows you to avoid a page break that splits a paragraph in the middle The Keep with next prevents a page break in between two paragraphs that you want to keep on the same page
Lesson 1: Advanced Formatting A graphic is usually a picture file, but tables, charts, and shapes are also graphics You can resize a graphic by: Entering a measurement in the Size dialog box Drag a sizing handle Open the Size dialog box and key a percentage for the height and width in the Scale section
Lesson 1: Advanced Formatting Wrap text around a graphic to make your document more attractive or to save space You can modify a graphic by: Rotating Cropping-trimming the edges of a graphic Adding borders or bevels Compressing-reducing the image resolution to reduce the document’s overall file size
Lesson 1: Advanced Formatting Adjust a graphic’s contrast to make it clearer or sharper. Contrast is the visual sharpness of a picture or graphic You can also adjust the brightness, or the level of light in a picture or graphic.
Lesson 1: Advanced Formatting You may need to create or revise a table or chart in Word using information from another source, such as data from a graph, chart, PowerPoint slide, Excel worksheet, or other object. An object is a table, chart, graphic, equation, or other form of information that you insert into your document.
Lesson 1: Advanced Formatting You can sort, or arrange, information by a specific category. Information that is sorted in ascending order is arranged from A to Z, or smallest to largest. Information that is sorted in descending order is arranged from Z to A, or largest to smallest.
Lesson 1: Advanced Formatting A table consists of columns and rows. The intersection of a column and a row is called a cell. Use the Split Cells command to divide a cell into two or more cells. Use the Merge Cells command to combine two or more cells into a single cell.
Lesson 1: Advanced Formatting A field is a code that automatically inserts the date, page number, or other information into a document
Lesson 1: Advanced Formatting A bookmark is used to mark a place in the document. Use a bookmark to navigate quickly to sections of a document that you reference often.