The File menu from Word 2003 has been replaced with the Microsoft Office Button. This button contains the basic commands such as Open, Save, Print, Prepare and Publish. To learn more, play the video located in the picture frame.
The menus and toolbars from Word 2003 have been replaced with the Ribbon in 2007. The Ribbon helps you find the commands needed to complete a task. Commands are organized in logical Groups, under Tabs. The Tab relates to a specific activity, such as laying out a page. To learn more, play video located in picture frame.
Preview allows you to view a formatting change before actually making the selection. To learn more, view video located in the picture frame.
With Word 2007, you can add professional looking cover pages to your document. To learn more, view video located in the picture frame.
The content of the Header will appear at the top of each printed page. The content of the Footer will appear at the bottom of each printed page. To learn more, view video located in the picture frame.
The Mini Toolbar appears automatically when you select text and when you right click text. To learn more, view video located in picture frame.
SmartArt Graphics allow you to create designer quality illustrations In previous versions of Word your selection of Diagrams were limited. To access the SmartArt Graphics, click the Insert tab and click on SmartArt within the Illustrations Group. To learn more, view video located in the picture frame.
Styles are available to help you format a picture. When the picture is selected the Picture Tools Tab appears showing a large selection of styles to help enhance your picture. To learn more, view video located in the picture frame.
The Table menu from Word 2003 has been replaced with the Table Tools Tab. This Contextual Command Tab will only appear when the able is selected. This grouping offers a variety of formatting built in’s. To learn more, view video located in the picture frame.
“File Menu” has been replaced with this in MS Office 2007: MS Office ButtonMS Office Mini Toolbar
This has replaced MS Office 2003 “Diagrams” as advanced illustrations: SmartArtFunArt
To add a “Cover Page” to you document, start by clicking on this tab : Page LayoutInsert
To Print, Save or PDF a MS Office file, click on this: MS Office ButtonFile
To access the Mini Toolbar, you must first do this: Highlight TextRight Mouse Click
You are now ready to begin painting! Create two-page document which summarizes a current event. Use the checklist below to ensure your file contains all the appropriate elements reviewed in this tutorial. Upon completion, save your file and upload it to the class wikispace. Good luck! Cover Page Picture Table Header & Footer To begin the tutorial again, click on paint brush to the right.