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


Font Style: Defines whether the text is displayed in Bold



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Font Style:

  • Font Size:

    • The weight of the size of the text, which is measured in points (pts).

  • Font Color:

    • This option is used to specify the color of the text.

  • Underline Style:

    • Specifies whether the text needs to be underlined or not

  • Effects: Specifies the special effects to be applied to some text:

    • Strikethrough: displays a single line over the selected text.

    • Double strikethrough: displays a double line over the selected text.

    • Superscript: raises selected text above the base line & reduces the font.

    • Subscript: lowers selected text below the base line and reduces the font.

    • Shadow: adds a shadow to selected text.

    • Outline: adds an outline to selected text.

    • Emboss: provides an embossed effect to selected text.

    • Engrave: provides an engraved effect to selected text.

    • Small caps: displays selected text in lower case.

    • All caps: displays selected text in uppercase.

    • Hidden: prevents selected text from being displayed or printed.

    Changing Case

    The case of the text defines the type of capitalization used in the document. The Capitalization forms provided by Word include:



      • Sentence case

        • capitalizes only the first letter in the selected text.

      • Lower case

        • converts all selected text to lowercase letters.

      • Upper case

        • converts all selected text to uppercase letters.

      • Title case

        • capitalizes the first letter of each word of the selected text.

      • Toggle case




    Action

    Task

    Changing Case

    1. Select the text whose capitalization is to be changed.

    2. Select Formatà Change Case command to open the Change Case dialog box

    3. Select the required case.

    4. Click the OK button.


    Or press Shift + F3 to change any of the highlighted word or sentence to any case type




    Formatting Paragraphs

    You can increase the readability of your document by representing the text in paragraphs and formatting these paragraphs to include distinct characteristics, such as spacing, alignment, bullets and shading. Paragraph formatting includes the following:




    Applying Paragraph Spacing

    Paragraph spacing allows you to define the amount of white spaces that should be placed before and after paragraphs. By applying paragraph spacing, you can increase the readability of a document. You can define the amount of white spaces that should be placed before and after paragraphs.




    Action

    Task

    Para-graph spacing

    1. Select the required paragraph.

    2. Select the Format à Paragraph command (dialog box displayed)

    3. Make selections

    4. Click OK



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