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1 Intermediate Microsoft Word Created Revised Office of Information, Technology and Accountability 1

2 While Waiting: Open Microsoft Word. Create a Blank Document. Insert a Picture from Microsoft Clip Art. Office of Information, Technology and Accountability 2 Created Revised

3 Nine Elements of Digital Citizenship Student Learning and Academic Performance 1. Digital Access: full electronic participation in society 2. Digital Literacy: the process of teaching and learning about technology and the use of technology 3. Digital Communication: electronic exchange of information School Environment and Student Behavior 4. Digital Security & Safety: electronic precautions to guarantee safety/physical well-being in a digital technology world 5. Digital Etiquette: electronic standards of conduct or procedure 6. Digital Rights and Responsibilities: those freedoms extended to everyone in a digital world Student Life Outside the School Environment 7. Digital Commerce: electronic buying and selling of goods 8. Digital Health and Wellness: physical and psychological well-being 9. Digital Law: rights and restrictions Created Revised Office of Information, Technology and Accountability

4 Digital Citizenship Links: spx spx Created Revised Office of Information, Technology and Accountability

5 5 Created Revised Standard Addressed Standard 1:  Demonstrate proficiency in the use of computers and applications as well as an understanding of concepts underlying hardware, software, and connectivity.

6 Intermediate Microsoft Word: At the conclusion of this session you will know and be able to demonstrate the use of intermediate features in word processing applications:  Tabs  Indents  line spacing  Headers and Footers  End Notes  Bullets and Numbering  Tables,  Symbols and Special Characters.  Importing and Inserting Text, Graphics, Tables, and Files into word processing documents. Office of Information, Technology and Accountability 6 Created Revised

7 You Will Demonstrate This By ~  Creating a one page flyer with the following criteria:  A table  A graphic.  A bulleted list. Office of Information, Technology and Accountability 7 Created Revised

8 What is Microsoft Word? Microsoft Word is the most popular word processing program utilized today. This program will enable the user to create letters, worksheets, newsletters, signs, brochures and other various types of documents. Office of Information, Technology and Accountability 8 Why do I want to know how to use Microsoft Word? Created Revised

9 Office of Information, Technology and Accountability 9 Microsoft Word - Intermediate Users: Microsoft Word is not only used as a typing or word processing program, it contains many other features that make it the most widely used program in the world. In this tutorial, we will walk you through several of the most popular features utilized in Microsoft Word. At the conclusion of this session you will be able to use the information to create your own documents that are rich in content, organized and functional for a variety of purposes. Created Revised

10 Microsoft Word - Intermediate Users: Office of Information, Technology and Accountability 10 Tabs: Click Left Tab, at the far left of the horizontal ruler in your word document until it changes to the type of tab you require:  Left Tab  Right Tab  Center Tab  Decimal Tab  Bar Tab Click the horizontal ruler where you want to set a tab stop. Created Revised

11 Microsoft Word - Intermediate Users: Office of Information, Technology and Accountability 11 Symbols and Special Characters  Click where you want to insert a symbol.  On the Insert menu, click Symbol, and then click the Symbols tab.  In the Font box, click the font that you want.  Double-click the symbol that you want to insert.  Click Close. Created Revised

12 Microsoft Word - Intermediate Users: how to insert a Header or Footer Office of Information, Technology and Accountability 12 1.Click the View Tab on the tool bar. 2.Select Header and Footer and follow the instructions Created Revised

13 Microsoft Word - Intermediate Users: Office of Information, Technology and Accountability 13 1.Format 2.Paragraph Created Revised

14 Microsoft Word - Intermediate Users: Office of Information, Technology and Accountability 14 Positioning the insertion point where you want the note reference mark to appear. 1.Insert 2.Reference 3.Footnote and Endnote Created Revised

15 Office of Information, Technology and Accountability 15 Graphics - tables-wrapping- bullets-outlines-word art-flyers Product - one page flyer Microsoft Word - Intermediate Users: The most common thing we want to do is add graphics. Putting in pictures or borders to make a presentation look a little better keeps the interest of your reader, or focuses it where you’d like them to be. Inserting Pictures and Graphics: Created Revised

16 Office of Information, Technology and Accountability 16 Microsoft Word - Intermediate Users: As you can see, Garfield is the focus of our document at this point. We’ll be moving him in a bit. once we start talking about some of the things …that will happen when we want to put in text. Right now though, we want to ask ourselves why we want Garfield where he is. Remember, you can put him wherever you think he’ll make the greatest impact on your reader. Of course you can tweak his properties and make sure of things like size, layout, and colors, with a simple right click. Created Revised

17 Office of Information, Technology and Accountability 17 Microsoft Word - Intermediate Users: Right click on Garfield and then select “Format Picture” in the drop down menu, the following window will appear. At this point we have the option of selecting size and position of the picture and how we would like the text to appear in the document.(there are numerous styles, depending on how you want Garfield appear). You also may add an “alt tag” (they are pop ups that tell you what a picture is) for those with disabilities and are utilizing a text reader. Formatting Pictures: Created Revised

18 Office of Information, Technology and Accountability 18 Microsoft Word - Intermediate Users: In order to ensure that Garfield will be positioned on our page without any conflict (without the right clicking and use of “text wrapping”) we will need to create a table. Then we can place him in one of the cells (one of the boxes in the table). Text wrapping Table and cell merge Created Revised

19 Office of Information, Technology and Accountability 19 Microsoft Word - Intermediate Users: Another really useful tool in Word is the “Bullets and Numbering” function under the “Format” tab on your toolbar. Making a list of materials you need for your lesson: Laptops Printers Special paper Creating a special bullet such as a computer Sample Test Created Revised

20 Office of Information, Technology and Accountability 20 Microsoft Word - Intermediate Users: 1.Go to Insert 2.Click on Picture 3.Click on “Word Art” 4.Choose style 5.Enter text 6.Save Word Art is really cool when you want to emphasize a title, logo, quote, or just about any other piece of text. Go to the next slide to insert a hyperlink into word art. Created Revised

21 Office of Information, Technology and Accountability 21 MS Word-Intermediate Users The wonderful thing about using Word is that many of the tasks you complete with it are transferable to other Microsoft programs. We can also use it to create links to other documents, projects, or the internet. A good example is the word art we created in the last slide. All you have to do to insert a hyperlink is:  click on the word art (or any other point in the document),  click insert on the tool bar,  click hyperlink,  put the address of the page you wish to link to in the appropriate menu box on the pop up screen and hit “o.k.”. It’s that simple. Created Revised

22 Office of Information, Technology and Accountability 22 Microsoft Word - Intermediate Users: 1. How to create a Flyer using Microsoft Word. 1.Open Microsoft Word 2. Select File 3.Choose Page Set Up 4.Click Margins: a)Top-25 pt. b)Bottom- 25 pt. c)Right- 25 pt. d)Left- 25 pt. e)Click OK Created Revised

23 Office of Information, Technology and Accountability 23 Microsoft Word - Intermediate Users: 2. Create flyer layout 1.Insert table: 5 columns, 4 rows (stretch to fit document) 2.Table Tab-Auto fit-Stretch to fit Window 3.Stretch to fit length-Table tab- Auto fit, Distribute Rows Evenly 4.Highlight cells-table tab-merge cells (you may have to “Undo” this one a few times before you start adding pictures and text). 5.You can have borders or not. Right click (the top corner for the whole table) –borders and shading Created Revised

24 Office of Information, Technology and Accountability 24 Microsoft Word - Intermediate Users: 3. Insert your content and have some fun!!! Created Revised

25 Your Turn:  Create a one page flyer that includes the following criteria:  A table  A graphic  A bulleted list Office of Information, Technology and Accountability 25 Created Revised

26 Rubric: Office of Information, Technology and Accountability 26 Word II CATEGORY4321 Required ElementsThe poster includes all required elements as well as additional information. All required elements are included on the poster. All but 1 of the required elements are included on the poster. Several required elements were missing. Content - AccuracyAt least 7 accurate facts are displayed on the poster. 5-6 accurate facts are displayed on the poster. 3-4 accurate facts are displayed on the poster. Less than 3 accurate facts are displayed on the poster. MechanicsCapitalization and punctuation are correct throughout the poster. There is 1 error in capitalization or punctuation. There are 2 errors in capitalization or punctuation. There are more than 2 errors in capitalization or punctuation. Graphics - RelevanceAll graphics are related to the topic and make it easier to understand. All borrowed graphics have a source citation. All graphics are related to the topic and most make it easier to understand. All borrowed graphics have a source citation. All graphics relate to the topic. Most borrowed graphics have a source citation. Graphics do not relate to the topic OR several borrowed graphics do not have a source citation. Graphics -ClarityGraphics are all in focus and the content easily viewed and identified from 6 ft. away. Most graphics are in focus and the content easily viewed and identified from 6 ft. away. Most graphics are in focus and the content is easily viewed and identified from 4 ft. away. Many graphics are not clear or are too small. AttractivenessThe poster is exceptionally attractive in terms of design, layout, and neatness. The poster is attractive in terms of design, layout and neatness. The poster is acceptably attractive though it may be a bit messy. The poster is distractingly messy or very poorly designed. It is not attractive. Created Revised

27 Resources: ISTE Publications, Digital Citizenship in Schools by Mike Ribble and Gerald Bailey, copyright 2007, ISBN No: Created Revised Office of Information, Technology and Accountability


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