Click and Type The click and type feature allows
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Click and Type The Redo button works in the same 3. Click on the ruler at the location The click and type feature allows you way as the undo button – only it where you would like your tab stop to begin typing anywhere on your performs the opposite action. (you will see a marker appear on document without having to press the the ruler). ENTER key or TAB key to move your cursor. Page Margins When working in the Page Layout Adjusting and Removing Tabs To use click and type: view with the Ruler showing, you To move your tab stop, just click and 1. Point your cursor anywhere in your will be able to see where your page drag the marker to a new location. To document and double-click. margins are located. remove the tab stop, just click and 2. Notice that your flashing cursor drag it off the ruler. will appear at that location You can easily change these allowing you to type. margins by pointing your Print Preview mouse to the ruler at the Before you print your document left side of your page and you can view how it will look Moving and Copying Text clicking and dragging the when it is printed by using the You are also able to move and copy line where the white and the Print Preview feature in Word. text using the drag and drop feature grey meet. Click the Print Preview icon on in Word. your toolbar or go to File > Print Preview To move text to another location: Fun Text Effects! 1. Select the text Using the Format > Font dialog box, Bullets and Numbering 2. Click once on the text and hold you can add special effects to fonts. Bullets and numbering can easily be your mouse button down applied by clicking the icon on the 3. Drag your mouse to the location toolbar. where you want to “drop” the text Changing Text Case and release the mouse button. To change the case of your text (ex. To select more options for Bullets from lower to upper case) select the and Numbering, go to Format > To copy text to another location: text and go to Format > Change Bullets and Numbering. In this 1. Select the text Case. You can also use the Shift + window you can select the type of 2. Hold down your Ctrl key while F3 key to toggle through the cases. bullet or numbers you want for your you click on the text and hold your list. mouse button down Office Clipboard 3. Drag your mouse to the location The Office Clipboard allows you To customize bullet points: where you want to “paste” the text to collect text and graphic items 1. Select the text and release the mouse button. from any number of Office 2. Choose Format > Bullets and documents or other programs and Numbering then paste them into any Office 3. Select the Bulleted tab at the top of Show/Hide document. the dialog box The Show/Hide feature allows you 4. Choose a character selection and to see all characters such as tab To view the clipboard, go to Edit click Customize. The Customize markers, spaces and returns. Click > Office Clipboard and the bulleted list dialog box will appear. the Show/Hide icon on the clipboard will appear in the task 5. Choose from the symbols shown or standard toolbar to turn this feature pane. choose another symbol by clicking on or off. on Symbol. Using Undo and Redo Setting Tabs Headers and Footers Click the Undo button on your To insert a header or footer, go to toolbar once to “undo” the last thing To set a tab stop: 1. Click in the paragraph(s) where View > Header and Footer. To you just did – click the small black add text to a header or footer, arrow beside the undo button to undo you want to apply the tab stops simply type it into the header or more than one thing at a time. 2. Click the Tab Selection button on footer area or you can add the ruler to toggle through the tab AutoText. choices. TABLES Tables are one of the most 4. Click in your document to insert 2. In the ClipArt Gallery, select a undiscovered features in Word! the shape – this will insert a category from the window on the default size shape. left and choose a picture to insert To insert a table in your document: by clicking on it once. 1. Click the Insert Table icon on To resize the graphic: 3. Click the Insert button. your standard toolbar. 1. Select the graphic by clicking on it 2. Click and drag your cursor just once TIP: make sure your cursor is in the over the squares to select the 2. Click and drag one of the white location where you want your picture number of columns or rows you handles to the desired size to be inserted. would like for your table. To move a drawing object: To insert a picture: Use the Tables and Borders toolbar 1. Click on the graphic once to select 1. Click the Insert Picture button on to format the table. it (note that your cursor turns into the drawing toolbar a “hand”) 2. Navigate to the location of your TIP: Use the AutoFormat feature 2. Drag the graphic to a new location picture (computer, server, disc, to apply a preset style to your and release the mouse button etc.) table. Table > AutoFormat 3. Click Insert To add special fill effects: BORDERS AND SHADING 1. Select the object by clicking it When pictures are inserted into your Create borders around words, once document, they are inserted with an paragraphs or an entire page. 2. Click the small arrow beside the “in line with text” layout, so they are Fill Colour button and choose Fill treated much the same as text and do To insert a border around the entire Effects not “float” around your document. page: 3. Click the tabs at the top of the However, you can change the layout 1. Go to Format > Borders and window and choose an effect to of the picture. Shading fill the shape – you can even 2. Click the Page Border tab at the insert a picture! NOTE: the black border around your top of the window graphic indicates the “in line with 3. Choose the type of border you WordArt text” layout want for your selection (setting, WordArt is a fun feature in Word style, colour, width) that adds more options for To move a picture: 4. Notice that you can also choose formatting text. 1. Double-click your picture Art for the page border. 2. In the Format Picture window 5. Click OK To insert WordArt: that appears, click on the Layout 1. Click the Insert WordArt button tab. on the Drawing toolbar 3. Select one of the wrapping styles GRAPHICS 2. Choose a style of WordArt by by clicking on it – all of the When working with graphics, be sure clicking it and click OK options, except “in line with text” to have the Drawing toolbar showing. 3. Enter text into the window in will allow you to easily move place of “Your Text Here” and your picture around your AutoShapes Click OK document. AutoShapes are drawing objects that 4. Click OK are already designed for you. Use the WordArt toolbar to change the appearance of the WordArt Use the Picture toolbar to crop, flip, To insert an AutoShape: including the shape, direction and and watermark the picture or to 1. Click the “AutoShapes” button on colour. change the brightness, contrast, and the Drawing Toolbar transparency. 2. Move your mouse over the ClipArt and Pictures different categories to get a list of Remember: when working with available AutoShapes. To insert ClipArt graphics, you first need to select the 3. Click on the AutoShape you want 1. Click the Insert ClipArt button graphic by clicking it once before to insert on the Drawing toolbar (or go to applying any type of formatting such Insert > Picture > ClipArt) as text wrapping, changing colour or brightness, etc.