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2. Chapter 1: Creating, Printing, and EditingDocumentsPerformance ObjectivesOpen Microsoft Word Exit WordCreate a Document Edit a DocumentSave a Document Move the Insertion PointName a Document Scroll in a DocumentPrint a Document Select TextClose a Document Use the Undo and Redo ButtonsCreate a New Document Use HelpOpen a Document CHECKPOINT 2CHECKPOINT 1 Paradigm Publishing, Inc. 2 Objectives 3. Open Microsoft Word To open Microsoft Word: 1. Click the Start button on the Taskbar at the Windows desktop. 2. Point to All Programs. 3. Click Microsoft Office. 4. Click Microsoft Word 2010.Start button Paradigm Publishing, Inc.3 Objectives 4. Open Microsoft WordcontinuedQuick Access toolbar Tabs Title barFile tab RibbonHorizontal rulerInsertion pointI-beam pointerVertical ruler Vertical scroll bar Status barTask bar Paradigm Publishing, Inc. 4Objectives 5. Open Microsoft Wordcontinued Feature Description Quick Access Contains buttons for commonly used commands toolbar Click the File tab and the Backstage view displays File tabcontaining buttons and tabs for working with and managing documents Title bar Displays document name followed by program name TabsContain commands and features organized into groups Area containing the tabs and commands divided into Ribbon groups Paradigm Publishing, Inc. 5Objectives 6. Open Microsoft Wordcontinued Feature Description Horizontal rulerUsed to set margins, indents, and tabs Vertical rulerUsed to set top and bottom margins I-beam pointerUsed to move the insertion point or to select text Indicates location of next character entered at the Insertion point keyboard Vertical scroll bar Used to view various parts of the document Displays number of pages and words, View buttons, and the Zoom slider bar and can be customized by Status bar right-clicking on the Status Bar and then turning on or off the desired features Paradigm Publishing, Inc. 6Objectives 7. Create a Document As you type text, you will notice that Word contains the following helpful features: Word Wrap: You do not need to press the Enter key at the end of each line, because Word wraps text from one line to the next. AutoCorrect: Word automatically corrects certain words as you type them. AutoCorrect also superscripts the letters that follow an ordinal number. Automatic Spell Checker: By default, Word automatically inserts a red wavy line below words that are not contained in its Spelling dictionary or automatically corrected by AutoCorrect. Paradigm Publishing, Inc. 7 Objectives 8. Create a Documentcontinued Word also contains the following helpful features: Automatic Grammar Checker: If the grammar checker detects a sentence that contains a grammatical error, Word inserts a green wavy line below the sentence. Spacing Punctuation: When you type text in a proportional typeface, space once (rather than twice) after end-of-sentence punctuation such as a period, question mark, or exclamation point, and after a colon. Option Buttons: As you insert or edit text in a document, an option button may pop up. AutoComplete: AutoComplete feature inserts an entire item when you type a few identifying characters. Paradigm Publishing, Inc. 8 Objectives 9. Create a Documentcontinued To use the New Line command: 1. Position the insertion point. 2. Press Shift + Enter.Press Enter to begin anew line with 10points of spacing.Press Shift + Enter tobegin a new linewithout extra spacing. Paradigm Publishing, Inc. 9 Objectives 10. Save a Document To save a document: 1. Click the Save button on the Quick Access toolbar. 2. Type the document name. 3. Click the Save button.Save button Paradigm Publishing, Inc.10 Objectives 11. Save a Documentcontinued Address barToolbar Navigation pane Type the document name in this text box.After typing the documentname, click the Save button.Details pane Paradigm Publishing, Inc. 11 Objectives 12. Save a Documentcontinued To save a document with Save As: 1. Click the File tab. 2. Click the Save As button. 3. Type a document name. 4. Press Enter.Save As button Paradigm Publishing, Inc.12 Objectives 13. Name a Document Document names created in Word and other suite applications can be a maximum of 255 characters in length, including drive letter and any folder names, and may include spaces. File names cannot include any of the following characters:forward slash (/) question mark (?)backslash () quotation mark ()greater than sign (>) colon (:)less than sign (