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1 Created Revised5/2/2015 SPS Technology Department 1 Introduction to Microsoft Word

2 SPS Technology Department2 Created Revised 5/2/2015 While Waiting (Do Now) Launch Word Create a Blank Document Name and Save Document to Desktop

3 SPS Technology Department3 Created Revised 5/2/2015 Introduction to Microsoft Word By the end of this session you will know and be able to:  Identify and use editing and formatting features of a word processing program cut and paste, fonts, justify/center Spell check,  Insert images (e.g., graphics, clip art,) into word processed document.  Recognize Menu Bar options, tool bar icons  Save and print a document

4 SPS Technology Department4 Created Revised 5/2/2015 Standards Addressed Standard 1: Demonstrate proficiency in the use of computers and applications as well as an understanding of concepts underlying hardware, software, and connectivity.

5 SPS Technology Department5 Created Revised 5/2/2015 You will demonstrate this by ~ Creating a letter  Use different fonts  Center text  Insert a graphic Saving the letter Printing out the letter

6 SPS Technology Department6 Created Revised 5/2/2015 What is Word? Why do I want to know how to use it? Word is the most popular word processing program today. Using word you can create anything from simple signs and worksheets to professional –looking newsletters and brochures.

7 SPS Technology Department7 Created Revised 5/2/2015 Launching Word Icons Start Menu Shortcut Bar

8 SPS Technology Department8 Created Revised 5/2/2015 Creating a document New document Keyboard shortcut for a new document

9 SPS Technology Department9 Created Revised 5/2/2015 Adding Toolbars

10 SPS Technology Department10 Created Revised 5/2/2015 Toolbars and Menus

11 SPS Technology Department11 Created Revised 5/2/2015 Text Formatting

12 SPS Technology Department12 Created Revised 5/2/2015 Cut, Copy and Paste Ctrl + X = Cut Ctrl + C = Copy Ctrl + V = Paste  Or use the toolbar shortcut

13 SPS Technology Department13 Created Revised 5/2/2015 Selecting & Deleting Text Move cursor to the end of the word Click and hold then drag the mouse backwards over the word so that is selected ( it will be highlighted) To delete text press the Delete or backspace on the keyboard You can also select the text by holding down the shift and pressing the arrow keys

14 SPS Technology Department14 Created Revised 5/2/2015 Inserting Graphic from Clip Art

15 SPS Technology Department15 Created Revised 5/2/2015 Spell Check

16 SPS Technology Department16 Created Revised 5/2/2015 Undo Your new best friend!!!!

17 SPS Technology Department17 Created Revised 5/2/2015 Save-vs.-Save As Keyboard shortcut Save button Save and Save As…. Menu Options

18 SPS Technology Department18 Created Revised 5/2/2015 Printing

19 SPS Technology Department19 Created Revised 5/2/2015

20 SPS Technology Department20 Created Revised 5/2/2015 Your Turn Create a letter to your co-worker  Use different fonts  Center text  Insert a graphic  Save and print

21 SPS Technology Department21 Created Revised 5/2/2015 Word I Teacher Name: Student Name: ________________________________________ CATEGORYNo Name ContentThe letter has a well-stated clear purpose and theme that is carried out throughout the document. The letter has a clearly stated purpose and theme, but may have one or two elements that do not seem to be related to it The purpose and theme of the letter is somewhat muddy or vague The letter lacks a purpose and theme. FontThe fonts are consistent, easy to read and point size varies appropriately for headings and text. Use of font styles (italic, bold, underline) is used consistently and improves readability The fonts are consistent, easy to read and point size varies appropriately for headings and text. The fonts are consistent and point size varies appropriately for headings and text. A wide variety of fonts, styles and point sizes was used. GraphicsGraphics are related to the theme/purpose of the letter, are thoughtfully cropped, are of high quality and enhance reader interest or understanding Graphics are related to the theme/purpose of the letter, are of good quality and enhance reader interest or understanding Graphics are related to the theme/purpose of the letter, and are of good quality. Graphics seem randomly chosen, are of low quality, OR distract the reader. RUBRIC


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