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1 Created by: Tammie Burger Meridianville Middle Computer Terminology for 6 th grade Technology

2 Created by: Tammie Burger Meridianville Middle Text Text is the written form of words. It can be formatted (changed) so that it appears bold, italic, underlined, or in different colors.

3 Created by: Tammie Burger Meridianville Middle Save/Save As

4 Created by: Tammie Burger Meridianville Middle Save/Save As Save and Save As are located by clicking on File. You can choose how you would like to save the document/work. Saving is the process of copying a document to memory. By choosing Save, the computer will save to the last place saved. By choosing Save As, you have more direction where the document/work is placed.

5 Created by: Tammie Burger Meridianville Middle Print Preview

6 Created by: Tammie Burger Meridianville Middle Print Preview Print and Print Preview are found by clicking File. Print Preview allows you to view a document/work before you print it.

7 Created by: Tammie Burger Meridianville Middle Justify

8 Created by: Tammie Burger Meridianville Middle Justify According to www.webopedia.com justify means to align text along the left and right margins in a word processing document.www.webopedia.com You can choose with left justify or right justify where you want the text to appear in your document. You can also choose to center the text.

9 Created by: Tammie Burger Meridianville Middle Indent

10 Created by: Tammie Burger Meridianville Middle Indent Indent means to set (as a line of a paragraph) in from the margin according to www.webster.com www.webster.com You decrease the indent of a paragraph by clicking the Decrease Indent button. You increase the indent of a paragraph by clicking the Increase Indent button.

11 Created by: Tammie Burger Meridianville Middle Tab

12 Created by: Tammie Burger Meridianville Middle Tab This key can be used to move forward through options in a dialog box. Ctrl + Shift + Tab can be used to move backward through the options. Ctrl + Tab allows movement from one open window to the next in an application with more than one open window. Alt + Tab displays a list of open application windows. Keeping Alt depressed and selecting Tab cycles through the list. Releasing selects the highlighted application window. http://www.seoconsultants.com/windows/keyboard/

13 Created by: Tammie Burger Meridianville Middle Margins 1 2

14 Created by: Tammie Burger Meridianville Middle Margins Margins are located under (1)File, (2)Page Setup. Page margins are the blank space around the edges of the page. You can insert text and graphics in the printable area of a page or you can place items in the margins –headers, footers, and page numbers.

15 Created by: Tammie Burger Meridianville Middle Tables

16 Created by: Tammie Burger Meridianville Middle Tables Microsoft defines Tables as being made up of rows and columns of cells that can be filled with text and graphics. Tables are used to organize and present information in an appealing way. 123 456

17 Created by: Tammie Burger Meridianville Middle Format

18 Created by: Tammie Burger Meridianville Middle Format Format is located on the menu bar. Formatting involves changing the way a document looks. This is important because the appearance of the document can affect its ability to communicate effectively. There is also a format tool bar that allows these changes to be done more quickly.

19 Created by: Tammie Burger Meridianville Middle Header/Footer 2 1 3

20 Created by: Tammie Burger Meridianville Middle Header/Footer Header/Footer is located (1)Insert, (2)Auto text (3)Header/Footer. Microsoft describes headers and footers as the areas in the top and bottom margins of each page in a document. You can insert text or graphics in headers and footers for example, page numbers, the date, a company logo, the document's title or file name, or the author's name that are printed at the top or bottom of each page in a document. You can work in the header and footer areas by clicking Header and Footer on the View menu.

21 Created by: Tammie Burger Meridianville Middle Select All

22 Created by: Tammie Burger Meridianville Middle Select All Selects all text and graphics in the active window, or selects all text in the selected object as defined by Microsoft.

23 Created by: Tammie Burger Meridianville Middle Bullets 1 2

24 Created by: Tammie Burger Meridianville Middle Bullets Bullets are located under (1)Format, (2)Bullets and Numbering. Bulleted or numbered lists make your documents more readable and visually interesting. Important facts can be separated by bullets just as they are in this PowerPoint.

25 Created by: Tammie Burger Meridianville Middle Proofreaders Marks Proofreading is very important when it comes to computers. There are some types of mistakes that only show up on a printed copy so dont rely on what you see on the screen. Proofreader marks are a way to indicate that changes need to be made so that the message is clearer to the reader. See the following website for proofreader marks http://www.m-w.com/mw/table/proofrea.htm

26 Created by: Tammie Burger Meridianville Middle Word Wrap Word wrap allows you to type words continually without pressing the ENTER key. When the cursor reaches the right margin, Word automatically positions the cursor at the beginning of the next line.

27 Created by: Tammie Burger Meridianville Middle Copyright www.webster.com defines copyright as the exclusive legal right to reproduce, publish, and sell the matter and form (as of a literary, musical, or artistic work)www.webster.com Always give credit where credit is due. One should not try to take credit for someone else's work.

28 Created by: Tammie Burger Meridianville Middle Computer Ethics Ten Commandments Of Computer Ethics Created by the Computer Ethics Institute If Duplicated, Please Cite the Computer Ethics Institute 1.Thou Shalt Not Use A Computer To Harm Other People. 2.Thou Shalt Not Interfere With Other Peoples Computer Work. 3.Thou Shalt Not Snoop Around In Other Peoples Computer Files. 4.Thou Shalt Not Use A Computer To Steal. 5.Thou Shalt Not Use A Computer To Bear False Witness. The Ten Commandments of Computer Ethics were first presented in Dr. Ramon C. Barquin's paper, "In Pursuit of a 'Ten Commandments' for Computer Ethics.""In Pursuit of a 'Ten Commandments' for Computer Ethics."

29 Created by: Tammie Burger Meridianville Middle Computer Ethics 6.Thou Shalt Not Copy Or Use Proprietary Software For Which You have Not Paid. 7.Thou Shalt Not Use Other Peoples Computer Resources Without Authorization Or Proper Compensation. 8.Thou Shalt Not Appropriate Other Peoples Intellectual Output. 9.Thou Shalt Think About The Social Consequences Of The Program You Are Writing Or The System You Are Designing. 10.Thou Shalt Always Use A Computer In Ways That Insure Consideration And Respect For Your Fellow Humans. The Ten Commandments of Computer Ethics were first presented in Dr. Ramon C. Barquin's paper, "In Pursuit of a 'Ten Commandments' for Computer Ethics.""In Pursuit of a 'Ten Commandments' for Computer Ethics."


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