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1THE INSTITUTE ……………………………. INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY TRAINING PROGRAMME TOPIC –SUBMITTED BYSUBMITTED TO
2aCKNOWLEDGEMENTI Hearby , want to submit my ITT Project work to …………………………………of so faculty called. I will like to thank Staff members and other faculties , without them this cannot be possible to be happen. I also like to thank all the co-ordinators to manage and create a educational environment in the study premises and all around.THANK YOU
3CONTENT 1. History of MS-WORD 2010 2. The Evolution of The MS-WORD 20103. Introduction to MS-Word 2010.4. Microsoft Word 2010 can be started in Windows 95 or later versions of windows operating system in the following way:5. File Tab6.1 To Create a new window6.2 To Save document6.3 To Close Document6.4 To Rename a document6.5 To Print and existing word document6.6 To Print an existing word document6.7 To Save and send6. Home Tab7. How the office Clipboard works?8. Insert Tab9. Page layout tab10. Reference Tab11. Mailing Tab12. Review Tab13. View Tab
4History of MS-WORD 2010On July 14, 2009, Microsoft started to send out invitations on Microsoft Connect to test an official preview build of Office 2010. On August 30, 2009, the beta build 4417 was leaked on the internet via torrents.In an effort to help customers and partners with deployment of Office 2010, Microsoft launched an Office 2010 application compatibility program with tools and guidance available for download.[ On February 5, 2010, the official release candidate build was available to Connect and MSDN testers. It was leaked to torrent sites. A few days after, the RTM Escrow build was leaked.Microsoft announced the RTM on April 15, 2010 and that the final version was to have speech technologies for use with text to speech in Microsoft OneNote, Microsoft PowerPoint, Microsoft Outlook, and Microsoft Word. Office 2010 was to be originally released to business customers on May 12, 2010, however it was made available to Business customers with Software Assurance on April 27, 2010 and to other Volume Licensing Customers on May 1. MSDN and TechNet subscribers have been able to download the RTM version since April 22, The RTM version number wasOn June 15, 2010, Office 2010 was released to retail customers.On November 17, 2010, Microsoft sent out invitations to a select number of testers at the Microsoft Connect portal to test a beta build of Office 2010 Service Pack 1 (SP1). The final version was released to the public on June 28, 2011 with a version number of
5The Evolution of the MS-WORD 2010 The conversion from a manual file system to a matching computer file system could be technically was done initially by Data Processing Specialists. They created the necessary computer file structures (a file structure is the description of file layouts and location of a file or group of files), wrote the software that managed the data within those structures, and designed the application programs that produced reports based on the file data. Thus, numerous "organization evolved" computerized file systems were born.Later on many Extensive programming in a (3GL) were inaugurated like Common Business-Oriented Language (COBOL), Beginner's All-Purpose Symbolic Instruction Code (BASIC), and FORmula TRANslation (FORTRAN). Programming in a 3GL was time-consuming, high-skill activity.So in late 1980s and the 1990s, advances have been made in many areas of MS-WORD 2010 systems.Most Significantly, DBMSs have entered the Internet Age. While the earlier generation of Web sites stored their data exclusively in operating systems files, the use of a DBMS to store data that is accessed through a Web browser is the order of the day. Queries are generated through Web-accessible forms and answers are formatted using a markup language such as HTML, in order to be easily displayed in a browser.
6Introduction to Microsoft WORD 2010 ? We can work with Word 2010’s rich functionality just about anywhere: using an internet browser, a mobile phone or our desktop computer. Using Mircrosoft Office Mobile 2010, we can use our Windows Phone 7 to work with our files from anywhere. Word Mobile 2010 is part of Office Mobile and is already on our Windows Phone 7 in the Office hub, so we don’t need to download or install anything else to get started.
7Microsoft Word 2010 can be started in Windows 95 or later versions of windows operating system in the following way:Click on the Start button on the Windows Taskbar and then choose Program >> Microsoft Word 2010.After a short delay, the Microsoft Word 2010 main window displays as shown in Fig The Flie Menu contains the names of the MS-WORD 2010’s that have been opened recently.
8Fig. 1.0 Close Button Quick Access Toolbar Minimize Button Title Bar RulerVerticalScrollbarInsertionPointFig. 1.0Status BarView ButtonZoom Slides
9FILE TABTo click on the File Tab, we shall either click on the option File or Press Alt+F. The File has the follwing options:Save 2. Save As 3. Open 4. CloseInfo 6. New 7. Print 8. Save & Send9. Help 10. Options 11. ExitFig. 1.1
10To create a new document Click File >> New.If we want to start with the equivalent of a blank piece of paper, double- Click Blank document as shown in the Fig. 1.1.To Save a documentClick Save (Ctrl+S) on the Quick Access Toolbar.If this document already saved as a file, any changes we made are immediately saved in the document, and we can continue working.If this is a new document that we have not yet saved, we shall type a name for it as shown in Fig. 1.2Click Save.Press CTRL+S to save the document.
12To print an existing word document To close a documentTo close a Word document, we can either click the File >> Close or Press Ctrl + W.To rename a documentClick the File option and the option Open.Choose the document and right – click it with the mouse and select Rename from the shortcut menu.To print an existing word documentPress Ctrl + P , orClick File > PrintWhen the Properties for our printer and document appear the way that we want them to, click Print. Some of the brief description on the options shown in Fig. 1.3
14Save & sendSend usingSend a File as an attachmentClick File.Click Sace & SendSelect Send Using , and then choose one of the following opitons as shown in the Fig. 1.4Enter the recipient(s), edit the subject line and message body as necessary, and then click Send.
16Home tab This tab has the following options shown in the Fig. 1.5 Clipboard2. Font3. Paragraph4. Styles5. Editing51243Fig. 1.5
17How the office clipboard works ? It contains the commands as:Copy ( Ctrl+C)Cut (Ctrl+X)Paste SpecialFormat Painter (Ctrl+Shift+C)Fig. 1.6
18fontThis group has two set of options: Fonts and Character Spacing as shown in Fig. 1.7Grow/Shrink FontFont SizeClear FormattingChange CaseFontBoldItalicUnderlineStrike throughText EffectsFontSubscript/SuperscriptText Highlights ColorFig. 1.7
19Font Group Advance All Text Font (Ctrl+Shift+F) Font Style – Bold or ItalicFont Size (Ctrl+shift+P)Font ColorUnderline style (Ctrl+U)Underline ColorEffectsStrike throughDouble StrikethroughSuperscript etc.AdvanceCharacter SpacingScaleSpacingPositionKerning for fontsB. Open Type Feature
21PARAGRAPH The Paragraph tab tookes like this as shown in fig 1.9 IndentationNumberingMultilevel ListSortBulletsShow/ HideBorderShadingLine SpacingAlignmentFig. 1.9
22stylesStyles are an efficient way to define the appearance of various text elements in our document (e.g., headings, captions, body text).Templates allow us to apply preformatted styles to an entire document. The Style Gallery offers several common style options, such as different headings, quotes, or captions.Some of the Styles are:Character and Paragraph StylesWord TemplatesQuick StylesFig. 2.0
23editingMS Word-2010 provides various options to find and replace text, formatting, paragraph breaks, page breaks, and other items.Find Text> Home Tab, in the Editing Group, Click Find shown in the Fig. 2.1 or Ctrl+F.Find other documents elementsMore Search OptionsFind and Replace text> On the Home tab, in the Editing group, click Replace.Fig. 2.1
24Insert tabThis Section allows the user to insert a cover page, blank page, tables, pictures, charts, header and footer, page numbers etc. The Insert group has the following options:PagesTablesIllustrationsLinksHeader & FooterTextSymbolsFig. 2.2
25Pages Pages group has the following options as shown in Fig. 1.7 Cover PageBlank PagePage breakCover Page:Inserting a Cover Pagea) Click the Insert Tab.b) In the Pages Sections, click Cover Page.c) In the Cover Page gallery, select a design that we like
27Blank Page:Inserting a Blank Pagea) Click the Insert Tab.b)Click the Blank Page Button as shown in Fig. 2.2Page Break:Inserting a Manual Page Breaka) Click where we want to start a new page.b) On the Insert tab, in the Pages group, click Page Break as shown in Fig. 2.2
28tablesThis group has the following options as shown in Fig. 2.3Insert TableDraw TableConvert text to tableExcel spreadsheetQuick tablesFig. 2.3
29Insert tables Choose from a gallery of preformatted tables templates. Use the Insert Table dialog box to specify the number of rows and columns that we want.It can be done by using two methods:Using Table TemplatesUse the Insert Table Dialog Box
30Draw table Click where we want to draw the table On the Insert tab, in the Tables group, click Table.Click Draw Table as shown in fig 2.1. The pointer changes to a pencilTo define the outer boundaries of the table, draw a rectangle. Then draw the column and row lines inside the rectangle.To erase a line or block of lines, under Table tools, on the Design Tab, in the Draw Borders group, click Eraser.Click the line that we want to erase. To erase the entire table, click Delete a Table.When we are finished with the drawing of a table, click in a cell and start typing or insert a graphic.
31Create a new worksheet within a document Convert text to a tableInsert separator characters – such as commas or tabs- to indicate where we want to divide the text into columns. Use paragraph marks to indicate where we want to begin a new row.Select the text that we want to convert.On the Insert tab, in the Tables group, click Table, and then click Convert Text to Table as shown in Fig. 2.2In the Convert Text to Table dialog box, under Separate text at, click the option of the separator character that is in our text.In the Number of columns box, check the number of columns. If we don’t see the number of columns that we expect, we many be missing a separator character in one or more lines of text.Select any other options that we want.Create a new worksheet within a documentPlace the insertion point where we want to create the worksheet.On the Insert tab, in the Tables gorup, click Table, and then click Excel Spreadsheet as shown in Fig. 2.3
32IllustrationsThis group has the following options as shown in Fig. 2.3PictureClip ArtShapesSmart ArtChartScreenshotFig. 2.3
33picturePictures and Clip Art can be inserted or copied into a document from many different sources.Inserting a Picturea) From a Fileb) From a WebpageReplacing a PictureDeleting a pictureCropping a picture
34Clip art Inserting Clip Art a) Click the Insert tab. b) From the Illustrations group, click the Clip Art button. The Clip Art task pane appears as shown in Fig. 2.5c) In the Search For box, type a word or phrase that describes the clip art that we want, or type in all or some of the file name of the Clip Art.d) Click Go. In the list of results, click the Clip Art to insert it.e) Point the menu button and choose we want . A menu button appears.f) Click the menu button and choose Inset. The image is popped down into our document.g) Close the Clip Art task pane by cling the X in its upper – right corner.
35shapes Smart art Inserting Smart Art Add or Delete shapes in Smart Art Adding ShapesAdding multiple shapes in the fileAdding text to a shapeAdding a bulleted or numbered list to a shape.Adding a Quick Style to a shapeDeleting a shape from the documentAdding or changing a shape fillThese all can be done by clicking Insert Tab and cliking on shapes.Smart artInserting Smart ArtAdd or Delete shapes in Smart ArtThese all can be done by clicking Insert Tab and clicking on Insert >> Illustration >> Smart Art
36chart screenshot Inserting Chart Applying a Chart layout that contains titlesAdd a Chart Title manuallyThese all can be done by clicking Insert Tab and Clicking on Insert>> Illustration>> ChartscreenshotClick the document that we want to add the screenshot to.On the Insert tab, in the Illustrations group, click Screenshot as shown in the Fig. 2.5Do one of the following:> To add the whole window, click the thumbnail in the Available Windows gallery.> To add part of the window, click Screen Clipping.
37links This part consists of Hyperlink Bookmark Cross-reference Fig. 2.4
38Header & footer This group has the following options shown in Fig. 2.5 Page NumberFig. 2.5
39text This group has the following options as shown in the Fig. 2.6 Text Box > Signature LineQuick Parts > Date & TimeWord Art > ObjectDrop CapFig. 2.6
40Themes group This group has the following options as shown in Fig. 2.7 ColorsFontsEffectsFig. 2.7
41Page layoutThe Page Layout tab is shown in Fig. 2.8 with the following options:ThemesPage SetupPage BackgroundParagraphArrangeFig. 2.8
42Page setup This group has the following options as shown in Fig. 2.9 MarginsOrientationSizeColumnsBreaksLine NumbersHyphenationFig. 2.9
43Page backgroundThis group has the following options as shown in Fig. 3.0WatermarkPage ColorPage BoarderFig. 3.0
44paragraph This group has the following options as shown in Fig. 3.1 Position > AlignWrap Text > GroupBring Forward > RotateSend ForwardSelection PaneFig. 3.1
45references This group has the following options as shown in Fig. 3.2 Table of ContentsFootnotesCitations & BibliographyCaptionsIndexTable of AuthoritiesFig. 3.2
46Mailings tab This group has the following options as shown in Fig. 3.3 CreateStart Mail MergeWrite & Insert FieldsPreview ResultsFinishFig. 3.3
47Review tab This group has the following options as shown in Fig. 3.4 ProofingLanguageCommentsTrackingChangesCompareProjectFig. 3.4
48view tab This group has the following options as shown in Fig. 3.5 Document ViewsShowZoomWindowsMacrosFig. 3.5