Moac Word Lesson 9 Homework

Unit 1: Microsoft Windows 8

Lesson 1: Getting Started with Windows 8

Lesson 2: Navigating and Customizing the Start Screen

Lesson 3: Working with Desktop Apps

Lesson 4: Using Files and Folders

Lesson 5: Customizing and Maintaining Windows 8

Unit 2: Internet Explorer and the Web

Lesson 1: Surfing the Web

Lesson 2: Sharing Device Settings and Content

Unit 3: Microsoft Word 2013

Lesson 1: Microsoft Word 2013 Jumpstart

Lesson 2: Getting Started with Word 2013

Lesson 3: Beginning Text and Layout Operations

Lesson 4: Structuring Complex Documents

Lesson 5: Working with Tables

Lesson 6: Beyond Word: Linking and Collaborating

Lesson 7: Creating Mail Merges

Lesson 8: Blogging in Word

Unit 4: Microsoft Excel 2013

Lesson 1: Getting Started with Excel 2013

Lesson 2: Creating a Worksheet in Excel 2013

Lesson 3: Formatting a Worksheet

Lesson 4: Using Formulas in Excel 2013

Lesson 5: Working with Charts

Lesson 6: Working with Data

Lesson 7: Working with Excel 2013 Templates

Lesson 8: Advanced Data Analysis

Unit 5: Microsoft PowerPoint 2013

Lesson 1: Microsoft PowerPoint 2013 Jumpstart

Lesson 2: Getting Started with PowerPoint 2013

Lesson 3: Designing a Presentation

Lesson 4: Using Tables, Charts, and SmartArt

Lesson 5: Adding Graphics and Multimedia to Your Presentation

Lesson 6: Delivering Your Presentation

Unit 6: Microsoft Outlook 2013

Lesson 1: Introduction to Microsoft Outlook 2013

Lesson 2: Getting Started with Microsoft Outlook 2013

Unit 7: Microsoft OneNote 2013

Lesson 1: Microsoft OneNote 2013 Jumpstart

Lesson 2: Getting Started with OneNote 2013

Unit 8: Microsoft Access 2013

Lesson 1: Introduction to Microsoft Access

Lesson 2: Getting Started with Microsoft Access 2013

Unit 9: Microsoft Publisher 2013

Lesson 1: Microsoft Publisher 2013

Lesson 2: Microsoft Publisher 2013 Jumpstart

Presentation on theme: "Lesson 7 Working with Themes, Style Sets, Backgrounds, Quick Parts, and Text Boxes MOAC."— Presentation transcript:

1 Lesson 7 Working with Themes, Style Sets, Backgrounds, Quick Parts, and Text Boxes

2 ThemesDocument Theme - Set of predefined formatting options that includes theme colors, fonts, and effectsCan be customized and used in other documentsCan apply a theme that is already createdContain the following elements:Theme colorsTheme fontsTheme Effects

3 Themes Colors contain: Fonts contain: 4 text/background colors
6 accent colors2 hyperlink colorsFonts contain:Heading fontBody text font

4 Document FormattingStyle sets that can change the appearance of the entire document (John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2014)Located on the Design RibbonStyle Set: Pre-defined styles with fonts and paragraph spacing defined (John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2014)

5 Quick Parts Insert Ribbon > Text Group > Quick Parts
Building Blocks: contain several built-in reusable content such as text, graphics, and objectsOften referred to as AutoText (new option within the Quick Parts menu)

6 Building Blocks Organizer
Building blocks contain built-in reusable content such as text, graphics, and objects. Building blocks are easily managed and inserted in a document for a quick format.Building blocks are organized in galleries and sorted by category.In the Building Blocks gallery, you can insert cover pages, headers, footers, page numbers, text boxes, and watermarks.

7 Building Blocks Organizer
Another term for Building Blocks is AutoText , and both features are used the same way.The Building Blocks Organizer provides a way to manage building blocks by editing, deleting, and/or inserting them. In the left pane of the dialog box, the built-in building blocks are listed by name.The Gallery column indicates the gallery that contains each building block, and the Category column indicates each element’s general type, whereas the Template column indicates within which template the element is stored.You can use the buttons at the bottom of the dialog box to delete and edit selected building blocks. The right pane previews your selections.

8 Using Building BlocksOn the Insert tab, in the Text group, click the Quick Parts button to display the Quick Parts menu, as shown below.

9 Inserting Equations Insert > Symbols > Equations
Equations Tools Design Ribbon appearsMicrosoft Word 2013 has built-in equations, which can be inserted from the Quick Parts gallery or by using the Equation command.When you create a table that contains values, you can calculate your answer by inserting an equation.You can use the Equation Tools Design tab, which displays when an equation is inserted in a document, to edit or construct your own equation.

10 Inserting Fields Located in the Quick Parts menu
Field: placeholder where Word inserts content in a documentSometimes referred to as field codes and have curly {} brackets surrounding them (Alt+F9)Dates are automatically updated

11 Background Refers to the color of the page Will not print in color
Use light backgrounds for dark text and dark backgrounds for light text; this will improve readability

12 Auto text Automatically inserts text when you key the month or day.
As you are keying these items, Word will automatically insert the word when you key the fourth letter of the item.Open a Word file and try it!

13 Watermark Lightly shaded graphic/text that appears behind text
Can be customizedBuilt-in text that displays lightly behind the document’s main text conveying the sensitivity of the document., such as confidential, draft, or urgent.

14 Page Border Border that goes around the entire page
To adjust the page borders margins, go to Options in the Page Borders dialog box

15 UnicodeA character code that enables most of the languages of the world to be symbolized with a special character identification.

16 Text BoxText Box: An invisible, formatted box which you can place text or objects. (John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2014)Pull Quote: A sentence or other text displayed within a box on the page for emphasis and for ease of movement; often used along with drop caps in newsletters, advertisements, and magazines. (John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2014)

17 Drop CapA large initial letter that drops down two or more lines at the beginning of a paragraph to indicate that a new block of information is beginning and to give interest to newsletters or magazine articles. (John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2014)

18 Special CharactersSpecial characters include recognizable symbols used by individuals or businesses to differentiate their product or service to a specific target population.Copyright © symbols are used to protect books, songs, and other original work from authors or artists. Trademark™ is an unregistered trademark and is used to promote the company’s goods.Other symbols used are fractions ½, em dash (—), and much more. Depending on the font that you select, you can insert international monetary symbols such as the pound sign, £ , or yen sign, ¥. These symbols are represented byUnicode , which is a character code. Unicode enables most of the languages in the world to be symbolized with a special character identification.These special characters can be inserted using the Symbol command on the Ribbon, the Symbol dialog box, or keyboard shortcuts

19 Practice on a Word FileJohn Wiley & Sons, Inc. (2014). Microsoft Official Academic Course Microsoft Word 2013, Exam Source


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