 Chapter Outline  Chapter 6 Overview Lesson 6–1 Creating a Document Lesson 6–2 Editing a Document Lesson 6–3 Formatting a Document Chapter Review and.

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Slide 2 Chapter Outline Chapter 6 Overview Lesson 61 Creating a Document Lesson 62 Editing a Document Lesson 63 Formatting a Document Chapter Review and Assessment Chapter 6 Overview Lesson 61 Creating a Document Lesson 62 Editing a Document Lesson 63 Formatting a Document Chapter Review and Assessment Esquema del captulo Visin general del captulo 6 Leccin 6-1, creacin de un documento Leccin 2 edicin de un documento Leccin 6-3, un documento de formato Evaluacin y revisin del captulo Slide 3 Recommende d Tutorials Insert Headers, Footers and Page Numbers Setting Margins, Page Setup Options, and Section Breaks Insert Headers, Footers and Page Numbers Setting Margins, Page Setup Options, and Section Breaks Tutoriales recomendados Insertar nmeros de pgina, encabezados y pies de pgina Configuracin de opciones de configuracin de pgina y mrgenes y saltos de seccin Slide 4 Recommended Activities Practice Activities Writing to Convince Proportional Fonts Space Travel Application Activities Using a Word-Processing Program Writing to Convince Proportional Fonts Space Travel Using a Word-Processing Program Actividades recomendadas Actividades de prctica Escribir para convencer a Fuentes proporcionales Viajes espaciales Actividades de aplicacin Utilizando un programa de procesamiento de textos Slide 5 Slide 6 Qu es procesamiento? En 1968, IBM haba usado por primera vez el procesamiento de trmino. El trmino describe mquinas que podran utilizarse para escribir un documento, recuerde las pulsaciones del mecangrafo y producir ms de una copia. Con esta nueva herramienta, los trabajadores haban ahorrado tiempo. Ese fue slo el comienzo. Programas de procesamiento de textos de hoy hacen mucho ms. Supongamos que fueron algo escrito a mano y cometi un error o cambiado de opinin acerca de lo quera decir. Si estuviera utilizando un bolgrafo, probablemente sera tachar las palabras que desea cambiar o Pincel de corrector lquido. Ello deja la pgina desordenado, aunque. Con el software de procesamiento de texto, puede cambiar el texto y crear pginas ordenadas. Incluso puede guardar lo que ha escrito y utilizarlo nuevamente un da, una semana o incluso un ao ms tarde. Slide 7 word-processing program a program that creates documents through writing, editing, formatting, and printing functions procesador de textos un programa que crea documentos a travs de la escritura, edicin, formato y funciones de impresin Slide 8 insertion point a mark that indicates where entered text will appear in a document punto de insercin una marca que indica dnde aparecer el texto introducido en un documento Slide 9 word wrap the automatic starting of a new line when the previous line is full Slide 10 salto automtic o de lnea inicio automtico de un nuevo rengln cuando el anterior est completo Slide 11 pagination the automatic division of a document into pages Slide 12 paginacin divisin automtica de un documento en pginas Slide 13 AutoCorrect a feature that fixes common spelling mistakes as they are typed Slide 14 autocorreccin recurso que corrige errores de ortografa comunes a medida que se escribe el texto Slide 15 autosave a feature that automatically saves a document at set increments of time Slide 16 autoguardar recurso que guarda automticament e un documento a intervalos fijos Slide 17 Functions of Word-Processing Programs Word-processing programs are used for creating and printing text documents. These programs have four functions: writingentering text and symbols into a document editingrevising or reorganizing the text formattingchanging how the text looks on the page printingproducing a printed copy These tasks do not need to be done all at once or even in the order shown here. Whatever the order, these four functions are at the heart of word processing. Slide 18 Uses of Word Processing Word-processing programs can be used to create almost any kind of printed document, such as letters, reports, and brochures. They can also be used to create calendars, return-address labels, and labels for homemade CDs. It is no surprise that word- processing software is the application that people use more than any other application. Slide 19 Working With a Word-Processing Document When you open a word processing program, a new, blank document is created. It looks like a blank piece of paper on the screen. The program is ready for you to start writing. You can create another new document at any time by clicking the Office button, clicking the New command, selecting Blank Document, and clicking the Create button. In most word processing programs, you can also create a new document by pressing Ctrl+N (hold the Ctrl key and press N). Scrolling As you write, you might want to reread or change something you wrote earlier. That is made easy by scrolling using the mouse or keyboard to move through the document Insertion Point The insertion point shows where the text you type will appear. It moves as you type. Slide 20 Slide 21 Figure 6.1.2 All word processing programs share these basic features, but the New and Save commands may be on different toolbars and menus from Office 2007. You can scroll up or down by using the mouse to click the scroll bar or drag the scroll box at the right of the document window. Many mouse devices have scrolling wheels. You can also use the Up and Down arrow keys or the Page Up, Page Down, Home, and End keys to move around in the document. Slide 22 Basic Features Most word- processing programs have four basic features. They help you write, edit, and save your work Slide 23 With word wrap, the program automatically starts a new line, or wraps the text, when the current line is full. If you wish, you can force text onto a new line by pressing Enter. When a page is full, the pagination feature automatically starts a new page. You can also force a new page by inserting a special character, called a page break. The AutoCorrect feature fixes common spelling mistakes as they are typed. You can turn off this feature or modify it to accept unusual words that you often use. The AutoRecover or autosave feature protects you from losing work. It does so by automatically saving a document as often as you want. If the computer shuts down accidentally, you can retrieve the most recently saved version. Slide 24 . Slide 25 select text a software feature that allows the user to highlight, or select, any amount of text in a document for editing Slide 26 copy places a duplicate of the selected text or object on the Clipboard Slide 27 copy pone una copia del texto u objeto seleccionado en el Clipboard(sujeta papeles Slide 28 cut removes the selected text or object from a document and places it on the Clipboard Slide 29 cut remueve el texto u objecto seleccionado y lo pone en el Clipboard(sujeta papeles) Slide 30 paste inserts into a document a duplicate of text or object from the Clipboard Slide 31 paste inserta en el documento una copia del texto u objeto que esta en el Clipboard(sujetapapeles Slide 32 Slide 33 undo (deshacer) deshace la edicion mas reciente de un documento. Slide 34 redo removes the most recent edit from a document Slide 35 Slide 36 Slide 37 opcin automtica opcin preestablecida en un programa Slide 38 Slide 39 Slide 40 Slide 41 Slide 42 Slide 43 Slide 44 1.Which of the following is not a function of a word- processing program? A.writing B.editing C.scanning D.printing Slide 45 2.Which type of software do people use most often? A.spreadsheet B.word processor C.graphics D.database Slide 46 3.This means using the mouse or keyboard to move through a document. A.editing B.formatting C.scrolling D.printing Slide 47 4.When you type a document in a word- processing program, how many blank space(s) should you insert between sentences? A.1 B.2 C.3 D.4 Slide 48 5.In this typing mode, as you type new characters, they replace any characters in front of them. A.insert mode B.overtype mode C.delete mode D.backspace mode Slide 49 6.This stores cut or copied text while you work. A.Cut command B.Copy command C.Select text D.Clipboard Slide 50 7.You can use this command to relocate items that are stored on the Clipboard. A.Paste B.Cut C.Copy D.New Slide 51 8.A documents appearance is called its _____. A.writing B.editing C.formatting D.printing Slide 52 ] 9.In a word-processing program, you press Enter to create one of these. A.character B.line C.paragraph D.section Slide 53 10.Although a document begins as one of these, you can divide it into multiple ones. A.page B.paragraph C.section D.format Slide 54 In word processing, the tasks of writing, editing, formatting, and printing must be done in that order. A.True B.False Slide 55 12.The term editing refers to revising or reorganizing the text in a document. A.True B.False Slide 56 13.In addition to documents such as letters, word-processing programs can also be used to create documents such as calendars or address labels. A.True B.False Slide 57 14.The AutoCorrect feature automatically corrects grammar errors in a document. A.True B.False Slide 58 15.Many word-processing programs will automatically convert two dashes into a long (em) dash. A.True B.False Slide 59 16.A Macintosh computer always displays file names with their extensions showing. A. True B. False Slide 60 17.The select text feature lets you highlight anything from a word to a whole document. A.True B.False Slide 61 18.The Copy command removes the selected text from a document and places it on the Clipboard. A.True B.False Slide 62 19.You can move a sentence from one part of a document to another by selecting the sentence and dragging it. A.True B.False Slide 63 20.You can create a technical instruction guide document using a database program. A.True B.False Slide 64 21.What are the four basic functions of a word- processing program? Slide 65 22.What happens when you open a word- processing program? Slide 66 23.How do you open an existing file in a word- processing program? Slide 67 24.How can you tell if text has been selected in a document? Slide 68 25.If you are writing a document with technical instructions, what are some of the word-processing features that you might use to make it readable. Slide 69 Slide 70


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