Computer application II (use of packages) windows, msword, powerpoint, excel and internet table of content chapter One



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To select a screen saver


To select a screen saver:

  1. Right-click anywhere on the Windows desktop. A context menu will appear.

  2. Choose Properties. The Display Properties dialog box will appear.

  3. Click the Screen Saver tab.

  4. The Screen Saver field provides the list of available screen savers. Select the screen saver you want from the list.

  5. Click Preview to preview your screen saver.

  6. Click Esc to return to the Display Properties dialog box.

  7. In the Wait field, set the number of minutes of inactivity before the screen saver starts.

  8. Click OK.

When you finish working with your computer, what should you do

When you finish working with your computer, you should put your computer in sleep mode:



  1. Click the Start button. The Start menu appears.

  2. Click the Power button. Vista puts your computer in the sleep mode.

When you click the Power button, Vista saves all of your work, turns off the display screen, and puts your computer in sleep mode. To indicate that your computer is in sleep mode, some of the lights on your computer may blink and/or change color.

Computer is in sleep mode

In sleep mode, your computer consumes very little electricity. When you need to use your computer again, you can press your computer’s power-on switch to resume work quickly. Instead of shutting your computer down when you are not using your computer, you should put your computer in sleep mode.

To wake up my computer



To wake up your computer, press your computer’s power-on switch.

To shut down my computer

  1. Click the Start button. The Start menu appears.

  2. Click the arrow in the lower-right corner of the start menu. A menu appears.

  3. Click Shut Down. Your computer shuts down.

When you need to restart your computer, press your computer’s power-on switch.

What is a program?



You use programs, also referred to as software, to perform tasks when using a computer. For example, if you want to use your computer to write a letter, you can use a word-processing program such as Microsoft Word. If you want to keep accounting records, you can use an accounting program such as QuickBooks.

To start a program



  1. To start a program:

  2. Click the Start button, located in the lower-left corner of your screen. A menu showing the programs you use most frequently appears on the left, and commonly performed tasks appear on the right.

  3. Click the program you want to open. Vista starts the program.

I do not see the program I want to open. What should I do?

After you click the Start button, a search box appears just above it. You can use the search box to locate programs or anything else that is located on your computer, including documents that contain the word you type. Type the name of the program, e-mail, file, or whatever you are looking for in the Search box. Vista searches your computer. The results of the search appear on the Start menu. When you see the program you are looking for, you can click the program name to open the program.



Is there a menu that lists all my programs?

  1. Click the Start button. The Start menu appears.

  2. Click All Programs. A listing of programs and program folders appears.

  3. Click a program to open a program, or click a folder to open a folder and then click the program name. Vista starts the program.

Note: You may not be able to view all of your programs on the screen at one time. Click and drag the scrollbar up or down to change which programs are in view.

Excises


Microsoft Word 2003/XP/2007/2010


  • Introduction & Basic Definitions

  • Starting Up Microsoft Word

  • Creating A New Document

  • Learn the Toolbar

  • Create a document

  • Performing basic operations in Word

  • Formatting Text

  • Inserting A Table

  • Inserting A Picture

  • Inserting Page Numbers and Date/Time

  • Spelling and Grammar Checking

  • Different views supported by Word

  • Editing text in a document

  • Modify and Format a document

  • Save a document

  • Create and modify columns

  • Apply paragraph and section shading

  • Create and modify headers and footers

  • Insert a picture into a document

  • Insert text in column and format

  • Insert graphics in a document

  • Insert tables in a document

  • Create a Form Letter

  • Create a Data Source

  • Insert Footnotes in a report

  • Insert Comments in a report

  • Create a Table of Contents in a report

Definition of a Word Processor
A word processor is a software program, which provides a Graphical User Interface (GUI) with better capabilities than a text editor does. A word processor is a program that allows you to create, edit, format, and print the documents. Some examples of commonly used word processors are - WordPerfect and MS Word, Word Star.
The main advantage of a word processor is that it provides a WYSIWYG (What You See Is What You Get) interface, which helps you make changes quickly and easily to your documents.
Definition of Microsoft (MS) Word 2003, XP, 2007
MS Word 2003, Word XP, or Word 2007 is a word processor that is part of the Microsoft Office suite that is a powerful tool to create and formatting professional looking documents. The new Microsoft Office Word 2007 helps you produce professional-looking documents by providing a comprehensive set of tools for creating and formatting your document in a new interface. Rich review, commenting, and comparison capabilities help you quickly gather and manage feedback from colleagues. Advanced data integration ensures that documents stay connected to important sources of business information. Their two basic ways to start Microsoft

To begin, you can either choose the Microsoft Word icon in the Programs menu of the Start menu, or start it by double-clicking on the Word icon on the desktop, or by double-clicking on a .DOC document.



Starting MSWord

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