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Computer assignment 1

MS Word
Date: 06/03/2019
From: Ashi Aswal

Directions: Type the below paragraph in MS Word and performs the following Tasks
mentioned below.
I) Make report card of Vardhaman public school in which you write Name, Roll
No., Marks of all subject of student in tabular form of all the section –A, B and C
of class 9th student. Total student is 10 in each class. Passing marks is above 40
out of hundred in each subject.
1. Save the file in your roll number folder. Make a subfolder titled “Ms Word
Document”.
2. The Name of the file would be ‘Report Card of 9th class’.
3. Mention the school name in capital and Bold letter. Use font Times New
Roman and size of font should be 18.
4. Reset font size should be 14
5. Mention class section detail and teachers detail in report card.
6. If student is fail any subject highlight the marks in red.
7. Make another column or row and write the total no. of all subject of each
student.
8. Make a duplicate copy and save it in the same folder as ’backup of report
card’.

II) Design and create text or image-based advertisement on different style of


summer clothes. Designing such advertisement will be a very beneficial role for
Microsoft Word students or people learning Advanced Microsoft word skills.
Advertisement designs contain high-quality images, text, and layout. Save the file
in your roll number folder. Make a subfolder titled “Ms Word Document”.

1. Save the file in your roll number folder. Make a subfolder titled “Ms Word
Document”.
2. The Name of the file would be ‘Summer Collection’.
3. Mention the title name in capital and Bold letter. Use font CASTELLAR and
size of font should be 20. Underline it also.
4. Highlight the word “ Summer Collection” with pale yellow color and centrally
align it.
5. Reset font size should be 18
6. Make an attractive collage of summer clothes and also mention the name of
respective clothes.
7. Mention the creater name of advertisement below the collage.
8. The spacing between two images is not more than 1.5.
9. Use attractive colors of fonts while giving respective name of clothes.
III) This is a letter. There are many mistakes in this letter. See that some of the
words are underlined with red or green lines.

1. Red lines mean that the word is misspelled or that the computer does not know the word.
Green lines mean that there might be a grammar mistake. These lines are only there to
help you when you are typing. They will not be on the paper when you print your document.
2. You will also change how the letter looks. Highlight the top name and address. Change
the address font to Arial and the font size to 14. Make it Bold.
3. Click on the align center button to move the address to the center of the page.
4. Highlight the date. Click on the align right button.
5. Click in front of “dear Leslie”.
6. Press the ENTER key. This moves the words down.
7. Use the Enter key to make spaces between the lines.
8. Highlight all the text below the top address. Change the font and font size to Arial 12pt.
9. Highlight the words May 3rd, 4th, 5th, and 6th. Underline them.
10. Save the file in your roll number folder. Make a subfolder titled “Ms Word Document”.
11. The Name of the file would be ‘Jane Deo’.
IV) Use the document number 03 for following operations

1. Save the file in your roll number folder. Make a subfolder titled “Ms Word
Document”.
2. The Name of the file would be ‘jane deo 2’.
3. Click on the Spelling and Grammar Check button.
4. Word will look at your document for misspelled words. When it finds a word it
doesn’t know, a pop up window appears giving you several choices:
5. Ignore: ignore the misspelled word
6. Ignore all: ignore all words spelled like this throughout the document
7. Add: add this word to Microsoft Word’s dictionary
8. Change: change the spelling of a word
9. Change all: change the spelling of that word throughout the document
10. AutoCorrect: add the spelling error and its correction to AutoCorrect so that
word will correct it automatically as you type.
11. For each mistake, either Change it or choose Ignore.
12. Finish the spell check now.

V) Use the document III for following details.


After you finish the spell check look for other words in your letter that might still
be spelled wrong. Do you see the word vesting? This word is not correct. It
should be visiting. Spell check did not mark this mistake because this is an
English word but it is not correct in this sentence. Please change it now.

1. Save the file in your roll number folder. Make a subfolder titled “Ms Word
Document”.
2. The Name of the file would be ‘jane deo final letter’
3. Highlight the word Sincerely at the bottom of your letter.
4. Click on TOOLS, Click on LANGUAGE then THESAURUS.
5. The Thesaurus helps you find words that mean the same thing or similar to
the word you have highlighted.
6. Choose a new word to replace “Sincerely.
7. If you see an arrow, click on the arrow, click on INSERT
8. Click on the Print Preview button.
9. Save this document on your disk.

VI) Enter following text and solve the following questions.

Types of Computers
There are different types of computer systems nowadays for different purpose according to the
user needs. However we can classify them into different groups based on different aspects:
Based on Size
We can find four different type of computers based on size.
Super Computers
These are large computers that are most powerful. They can complete tasks very soon and are
optimized to complete given tasks quickly.
Mainframe Computers
These are the largest computers and can support hundreds of users simultaneously. These are
powerful computers and optimized to run maximum number of applications at one time.
Mini Computers
These are medium sized computers –smaller than mainframe but much larger than personal
computers. They can be the best solution for medium scale organizations.
Micro Computers
Micro computers are the smallest when size is concerned. They range from Desktop, Laptop up
to the palm top and even smaller ones. Because micro computers are developed to support
single person, they are often called personal computers (PCs).

a. Insert a table of contents at the beginning of document.


b. Insert following text as footnote for the phrase “Based on Size” Computers can be
classified with respect to the different aspects such as Brand, Application, Model etc.
Size is one aspect.
c. Insert “Fundamentals of Computers” and current date total number of pages.
d. Apply thin single line as bottom border for all headings.
b. Save the file in your roll number folder. Make a subfolder titled “Ms Word Document”.
c. The Name of the file would be ‘types of computer’

VII) Copy and paste of Question No. VI in new word document.

a) Divide Four paragraph for the text and justify Alignment.


b) Make Drop Cap the first letter of the second paragraph.
c) Make 1.5" line spacing for third paragraph.
d) Change font size on 17 points for the last paragraph.
e) Insert footnote as "Operator Exam" in "Looking" text.
f) Apply numbers for the last five sentences for 4th paragraph.
g) Draw octagon shapes and add your name and center Alignment.
h) Insert a table with 5 column and 6 rows and keep first rows shading with darker 5%.
i) Set up the page layout on Landscape orientation and set up 1.50" and Right 1.05".
Computer Assignment 2
MS Word

Date: 06/03/2013
From: Ashi Aswal

Q.No.1 Microsoft Word Questions.


Kathmandu is and has been for many years the centre of
Nepal's history, art, culture and economy. It has a multiethnic population within
a Hindu and Buddhist majority. It is also the home of the Newars. Religious and cultural
festivities form a major part of the lives of people residing in Kathmandu.
Tourism is an important part of the economy; in 2013, Kathmandu was
ranked third among the top ten upcoming travel destinations in the world
by TripAdvisor, and ranked first in Asia.
The city is the gateway to the Nepalese Himalayas, and home to seven world heritage sites: the
Durbar Squares of Hanuman Dhoka, Patan and Bhaktapur; the Stupas of Swayambhunath and
Baudhanath; and the temples of Pashupati and Changu Narayan. There are also
seven casinos in the city.
Historic areas of Kathmandu were devastated by a 7.8 magnitude earthquake on 25
April 2015. Some of the buildings have been restored and some are in the process of
reconstruction.
NCP’s Bidya Sundar Shakya is the Mayor of Kathmandu Metropolitan city and Hari Prabha
Khadgi of Nepali Congress is the deputy mayor.[3]

1. Save the file in your roll number folder. Make a subfolder titled “Ms Word Document”.
2. The Name of the file would be ‘kathmandu’
3. Copy the passage from the one in English typing.
4. Justify the paragraphs.
5. 5 line spacing for 1st paragraph.
6. Use numbering to the sentences in the second paragraph. ( Insert till 4)
7. Use of Drop Cap.
8. Inserting 5 x5 table and shading the first row.
9. Insert an Octagon and write your name in the center.
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1. Format given document as following criteria


2. Top 3 cm, margin bottom 2 cm, left 2 cm, right 2 cm
3. Save the file in your roll number folder. Make a subfolder titled “Ms Word
Document”.
4. The Name of the file would be ‘ final letter’

Q.No.3 Word Processing.


i. Create following Table

Day / Period I Period II Period IV Period V


Sunday Math Science English Computer
Monday Science Computer Math English
Tuesday English Math Computer Science
Wednesday Computer Science Math English
Friday Math Science English Computer
1. Create margin at the top & bottom 1.1 inch and right & left 1.5 inch
2. Create landscape orientation & A4 paper size
3. Insert Period III column after Period II
4. Insert Thursday row bellow Wednesday row
5. Insert page number center align and arial font
6. Insert watermark "Hello world"
7. Table font times new roman and 13 size

Q.No.4 Enter following text and perform actions as asked:


Insert Tab
On the insert tab, the galleries include items that are designed to coordinate with the overall
look of your document. When you create pictures, charts, or diagrams, they also coordinate with
your current document look.
Home Tab
You can easily change the formatting of selected text in the document text by choosing a look
for the selected text from the Quick Styles gallery on the Home tab. Most controls offer a choice
of using the look from the current theme or using a format that you specify directly.
Document Theme
To change the overall look of your document, choose new Theme elements on the Page Layout
tab. To change the looks available in the Quick Style gallery, use the Change Current Quick
Style Set command.
a. Apply suitable heading style to the titles.
b. Apply one – and –half line spacing to the paragraphs with justified alignment.
c. Insert a table of contents at the beginning of document.

d. Enter 'Go to top' text at the end of document and configure in such a way that MS Word
will jump to the Table of Contents if it is clicked.
e. Convert headings into small caps.

Q.No.5 Insert the following table.

SN Month Income Expenses Saving

1 January 12000 8000

2 February 18000 12000

3 March 15000 23000

4 April 14000 11000

Total

Q.No.6 Create a document with following text and carry out the tasks mentioned below:
"Before starting, check that you are viewing this in Microsoft Word. If you left clicked on the link
in your web browser to come here, you will be viewing this through Internet Explorer. You can
check this by clicking on the Help menu and seeing if it lists either "About Microsoft Word" or
"About Internet Explorer". If it says, "About Internet Explorer" you have opened this fine in the
incorrect way, and so you can use the Back button on the browser to go back and download the
document in the correct way. If it says "About Microsoft Word", you've done it correctly - carry
on."
a. The left and right margins are to be brought in by 1.2 cm and 2.4 cm respectively.
b. Indent the first line by a further 1 cm.
c. Align the paragraph to the right hand side of the page.
d. Apply double line border at the top and bottom and single line border on left and right of
paragraph.
e. Change all Microsoft of paragraph in MS.
Q.No.7. Design in Ms Word.
a. Create Page 1 and 2 in Portrait.
b. Create Page 3 in Landscape.
c. And 4 and 5 in A4 Portrait.
Make this Table in Page no. 2

PSC
PSC PSC
1 2 3

Use Header and Footer in every page.


Q.No.8. Word Processing Question.
1. Copy the Paragraphs you typed in question number 2(i.e. English Typing) and Paste in new
document.
2. Keep 2/2 inches left and right indent.
3. Insert "Word Processing Question" as header and page number in footer.
4. Insert "Practical Preparation" in right margin of document in vertical alignment orientation.
Computer Assingment 3
MS Word
Date: 06/03/2019
From: Ashi Aswal

Q.No.9. Create a document:


The Editor-in-Chief,
Hindustan Times,
Main Street,
Mumbai 400 001.
Sir,

Subject: Construction work in our locality during monsoon season causing us difficulties.

Through the medium of your esteemed and respected daily, I wish to inform the municipal
authorities of the difficulties the residents of my locality are facing due to the construction and repair
work currently happening in our area. Monsoon season has started a few days ago and is
compounding our problems.

The repair work has been ongoing for five weeks now and is falling way behind schedule. And now
with the current weather conditions, we are having persistent problems of water logging and
flooding in our area. Another worry is about the accidents that may occur due to the debris lying
around the road. Diseases caused due to waterlogging are another one of our concerns.

Therefore I wish to draw the attention of the concerned authorities with the help of your newspaper.
Hopefully, you will be able to help us in drawing their attention and resolving this matter at the
earliest.

Thanking You,

Your Sincerely,

**signature**

[Mr. XYZ]
Q.No.1 Type following paragraph correctly.

What is Network
Network used to interconnect computers in a single room, rooms inside a building or buildings
are normally called local area networks (LANs). LANs normally transmit data in a digital form
using media such as coaxial cable or multithreaded cable. Local Area Network can be used only
on one site of a building. The terminals and workstations are able to connect either one of the
'two' host computers when required.
The network has a file server and a print server. The file server is a special computer which
provides a form of auxiliary storage that can be used by any other computer on the network.
The print server is a special printer which can receive data form other computers on the network
and print it. It is possible to connect external communications server on hte LAN with a device
which makes the communication possible between the equipment of the network and system
elsewhere, e.g. modem.
For example, in IT department of Nepal Electricity Authority, there are more than 30 computers
working at the same time. The authority can get the information about whatever is being
operated in any computer. All things can be connected with the file server.

Format typed paragraph as following criteria.


a. Apply 16pt font size with bold and italic for heading and center
align it.
b. Apply paragraph spacing after 12pt for all paragraphs.
c. Apply line paragraph 1.5 lines for third paragraph and justify it.
d. Insert footnote "Two or more than two computer connected with or
without cable" for the underlined word of first paragraph.
e. Insert cross reference for the underlined word of second
paragraph with first paragraphs footnote number (formatted)
f. Insert a clip art right side of second paragraph set text wrapping
square and insert caption below clip art as "Figure 1 : Clip art
Picture" form reference.
Q.No.2 Word Question.
a.) Copy the text from question number 2. Make the text italic, text font size 15, line spacing 2,
insert page number at left bottom of page, insert drop cap.
b) Insert "Computer Operator Exam 2070" as footer, header, and watermark.
c) Insert following equation.
d) Perform following task.
i) H2O, CO2, MNO2
ii) Zn + H2SO4 Ò ZNSO4 + H2#
iii) NaOH + HNO3 Ò NaNO3 + H2O
Q.No.3.Copy and paste the question number 2 and do the following tasks.
· Make Three Column of 1st paragraph and show line between the columns.
· Give 0.5” left and 0.5” right indentation to 2nd paragraph.
· Give the border and shading to third paragraph.
· Set password using your symbol number to modify.
Q.No.4. Copy and paste the question number 2 and do the following tasks.
· Make three column of 1st paragraph and show line between the column.
· Give 1” left and 1” right indentation to second paragraph.
· Give the border and shading to third paragraph.
· Protect your document.
Q.No.5 Perform the following task in Ms Word.
a) Make the three blank pages where 1st and 3rd page are in portrait orientation and 2nd pages is
in landscape orientation.
b) Give the different header and footer within a document.
c) Set the watermark “Operator Google”.
d) Save your document with password to open.
Q.No.6 Perform the following task in Ms Word.
a) Prepare the bio-data including your details.
b) Set password uing your symbol number to modify.
Q.No.7 Type a paragraph and perform the following task.
a) Make initial letter of the first paragraph big (i.e. that covers 3 lines) and change it 60 size,
‘Arial Black’ font.
b) Make five lists of numbering.
c) Make the five list of bullets having hand symbol.
d) Keep a footnote to any one of the word of the first paragraph.
e) Centralize the heading of your document

Q. No.8 Type the company name and address - Open a blank Microsoft Word document.
Type the following information:
Lighthouse Christian Academy
1289 Parkdale Drive
Victoria, BC,V9B 4G9
(250) 474-5311
Select All of the text and use the Font options to format the type:
Tahoma, 12 point, bold, centered, and dark red
Select the first line of type and make it 14 point.

Computer Assignment 4
MS Word
Date: 06/03/2013
From: Ashi Aswal

The object of this exercise is to familiarize you with some of the important
commands associated with using Microsoft Word to produce academic papers.

This exercise will cover how to center a line of text, how to insert today’s date,
and the difference between “soft” and “hard” returns. You’ll practice using
bold, italic, and underline features. You’ll change the line spacing from single
to double spaced. You’ll change the margins and add page numbers, headers
and footers, and footnotes and endnotes.

If you’d like some extra help while doing this exercise (or using Word at any time), select
Help from the
menu bar and click Microsoft Office Word Help from the pull down menu. A column of advice
will
appear on the right-hand side of the screen. You can also access help hints from pressing
the F1 key.

Keep this handout as a reference page. It is also posted on my website.


www.stratford.org/harris
The bolded number is what you will be doing and the bullets underneath are the steps that
are needed to
do the command.

1. Select the Comic Sans MS font


- Select Format from the menu bar.
- Click Font from the pull down menu.
- Select the Comic Sans MS font face.
- Select an 11 point font size.
- Click the OK button

2. Center the top line.


- Select Format from the menu bar.
- Click Paragraph from the pull down menu.
- Select the Indents and Spacing tab.
- Select Center from the Alignment option
- Click OK
-Type: Microsoft Word Training Session
- Press the Enter key.

3. Center today’s date


- Select Format from the menu bar.
- Click Paragraph from the pull down menu.
- Select the Indents and Spacing tab.
- Select Center from the Alignment option
- Click OK
- Select Insert from the menu bar.
- Click Date and Time from the pull down menu.
- Select a Date/Time format of your choice.
- Click OK

4. Press the Enter key four times.

5. Type a short paragraph.


(This text will be centered due to the last command performed.)
- Type: I am learning Microsoft Word. I hope to learn at least one new thing in this training
session. If I have any questions (and I know I will), I will ask the teacher to answer them so I
will not get stuck.

6. Bold a phrase
- Highlight the phrase “Microsoft Word”
- Click the left mouse button and drag it across the words “Microsoft Word” to highlight
the words in black.)
- Click the B button in the toolbar at the top of the screen. If the B button is not in view use
the
keyboard by holding down the CTRL key and pressing the B key.

7. Italicize a word.
- Double click the word “least” and the word will highlight in black.
- Click the I button in the toolbar at the top of the screen. If the I button is not in view use the
keyboard by holding down the CTRL key and pressing the I key.

8. Underline a phrase.
- Highlight the phrase “and I know I will.”
- Click the U button in the toolbar at the top of the screen. If the U button is not in view use
the
keyboard by holding down the CTRL key and pressing the U key.

9. Double space the lines in your paper.


- Place the cursor at the desired location in the paragraph.
- Select Format from the menu bar.
- Click Paragraph from the pull down menu.
- Select the Indents and Spacing tab.
-Select Double from the Line Spacing option
- Click OK

10. Add page numbers to your document.


- Select Insert from the menu bar.
- Click Page Numbers from the pull down menu.
- Select Position and Alignment
- Allow Word to show the numbers on the first page.
- Click OK

11. Change your margins


- Place the cursor at the top of your paper.
- Select File from the menu bar.
- Click Page Setup from the pull down menu.
- Select Margins tab.
- Change the top, bottom, left, and right margins to 1.5”.
- Click OK
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12. Place the cursor at the end of your paper to the right of “stuck” and press the Enter
key three times.
- Click the Left Justification button so the cursor will be on the left side.

13. Type a short paragraph


- Type: I have a paper to write, and I have to use footnotes. I don’t know how to do them,
but after
this example I will.

14. Create a footnote


( A footnotes appear at the bottom of the page and they are numbered. Footnotes are used
for
references and to define unfamiliar words.)
- Select Insert from the menu bar.
- Select Reference
- Click Footnote form the pull down menu.
- Make sure Footnote is selected
- Click OK
- Type the footnote: My teacher will be happy to see footnotes in my paper.

15. Add another footnote


- Place the cursor after the word “learn” in the first paragraph.
- Select Insert from the menu bar.
- Click Footnote from the Reference menu
- Make sure Footnote is selected
- Click OK
- Type the footnote: Or at least try
(Notice that the footnote number for the second footnote has changed.)
- Use the mouse to leave the footnote by clicking somewhere in the upper part of the page.

16. Create a header


(A header is a line that runs along the top of every page of your document.)
- Select View from the menu bar.
- Click Header and Footer from the pull down menu.
-Type: Microcomputer Applications Area
- Click the Close button from the Header and Footer toolbar.

17. Create a footer


(A footer is a line that runs along the bottom of every page of your document.)
- Select View from the menu bar.
- Click Header and Footer from the pull down menu.
- Click the icon labeled “Switch between header and footer”
-Type: [Your Name]
-Click the Close button from the Header and Footer toolbar.

18. Create a blank page with existing document


- Press Ctrl and Enter simultaneously

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21. Spell Check your paper.
- Select Tools from the menu bar.
- Click Spelling and Grammar from the pull down menu
- Word will stop on any words it doesn’t recognize from its dictionary, and you may choose
to
ignore the Spell Check or have it replace your word with the correct spelling.

22. Proofread your paper.


- When Microsoft Word doesn’t recognize the spelling of a word, it underlines the word in
red.
- Watch for those red underlines and correct those that are wrong.
- The red underline will not appear on your printed copy.
- Also, remember Word isn’t always right.
- Word also misses real words that are used improperly.
- For example, if you type “fro” when you meant to type “for,” Word will not catch the
mistake. So you will need to read over your own work carefully.

23. Print the document


- Select File from the menu bar.
- Click Print from the pull down menu
-Notice the “Current Printer” and that you can change it by clicking on the down arrow key
to the right of the printer name.
- Click OK
- Turn in the printed copy with your name on it.
24. Save your document
- Select File from the menu bar.
- Click Save As from the pull down menu
- Click on the arrow by the “Save in” box and change to your folder.
- Click in the “File name” box and give your file a name.
- Click Save

*IMPORTANT* Always save your work every 5 to 10 minutes! You can also save it from

the keyboard by holding down the CTRL key and the S key.
Computer Assignment 5
MS Word
Date: 06/03/2013
From: Ashi Aswal

Exercise 1

Objective: open Microsoft Word 2007, create a new document, save a file, open the file,
typing…

-Open Microsoft Word 2007:


1. Press Windows logo+R->type winword in Open text box and click OK
2. Start button->All programs->Microsoft Office->Microsoft Office Word 2007

-Create a new document:


1. Press Ctrl+N or
2. Office button->New

-Save file:
1. Press Ctrl+S or
2. Shift+F12 or
3. Office button->Save or Save As…

-Open file:
1. Press Ctrl+O or
2. Office button->Open

-Practice typing:

Microsoft Word 2007 is popular among Microsoft Office users. Microsoft Word 2007 provides
powerful tools to create professional-looking documents.

In terms of creating professional documents, you can add predefined styles, table, list, graphical
effects, and more.
Spelling and grammar errors checker is a useful tool used to avoid spelling and grammar
mistakes.

With Microsoft Word 2007, you can easily share your document with your group members and
track what they added, edited, ore removed in the document.

What I like very much is that it can help me to generate automatic table of contents. This can
save a lot of time to type the table of contents when you work with a long document that has
many points to talk.
There are other useful features of Microsoft Word 2007 that I cannot describe in just a short text
like this.

Exercise 2

Objective: use Cut, Copy, Paste commands, make text underlined, bold, or italic, change font,
and apply page set up

-Cut text: select the text and press Ctrl+X


-Copy text: select the text and press Ctrl+C
-Paste text: place cursor where you want to place the text, then press Ctrl+V
-Make text underlined: select the text and press Ctrl+U
-Make text bold: select the text and press Ctrl+B
-Make text italic: select the text and press Ctrl+I
-Change font of text: Select the text, then go to Home tab and select font name and size
-Apply page setup (page margins, size, and orientation):
+Page Layout->Margins->select predefined margins or specify your own margins with Custom
Margins...
+Page Layout->Size->select your prefer size: A3, A4, A5, B3, etc.
+Page Layout->Orientation->select Portrait or Landscape

Exercise 3:

Objective: divide a page in to sections or blocks


In this exercise, you will use Breaks to divide a page in to 5 sections or blocks as shown below.

-Divide the page in to two sections


+Page Layout->Breaks->Continuous (Section Breaks)
-Divide the second section in to two section. Then you will get three sections.
+Select the second section (click mouse in front of section where you see the mouse pointer),
then go to Page Layout->Breaks->Continuous again

-Put cursor in the first section, type Block1

-Divide the second section in to two columns


+Select the second section->Page Layout->Column->select Two
+In the left column, type Block 2 and in the right column type block3

-Divide the third column in to two columns


+Select the third section->Page Layout->Column->select Left
+In he left column, type Block 4 and in the right column type Block 5

-Apply different color to each section


+Select a section and go to Home. In Paragraph group select Shading icon and choose a color

Note: When a section is divided in to columns you will see the first column, but may not see the
second or third column. To quickly switch between columns in each section, press
Shift+Ctrl+Enter.

Exercise 4

Objective: add graphical effects

-Insert->Shapes->select Heart
-Right-click the heart shape->Format AutoShape...
-In Colors and Lines tab, select Fill Effects...
-Select Picture tab, then choose your picture by clicking select picture..
-Click OK
Exercise 5
Objective: prevent document from editing
This line of document is protected. You cannot modify it.

This line of document is not protected. You can modify it.

-Select text of your document that you don't want to prevent from editing
-Review->Protect Document...
-From Protect Document drop down list, select Restrict Formatting and Editing
-In Restrict Formatting and Editing panel showing on the right side, select tick Allow only this
type of editing in the document and accept default value of the dropdown list (No changes(Read
Only))
-Tick to accept Everyone under Exceptions (Optional)
-Click Yes, start reinforcing protection button
-Enter your password
-Click OK

Exercise 6
Canada (Canadian French: [kanadɑ]) is a country in the northern part of North America. Its ten
provinces and three territories extend from the Atlantic to the Pacific and northward into the
Arctic Ocean, covering 9.98 million square kilometres (3.85 million square miles), making it the
world's second-largest country by total area. Canada's southern border with the United States is
the world's longest bi-national land border. Its capital is Ottawa, and its three largest
metropolitan areas are Toronto, Montreal, and Vancouver. As a whole, Canada is sparsely
populated, the majority of its land area being dominated by forest and tundra. Consequently, its
population is highly urbanized, with over 80 percent of its inhabitants concentrated in large and
medium-sized cities, many near the southern border. Canada's climate varies widely across its
vast area, ranging from arctic weather in the north, to hot summers in the southern regions, with
four distinct seasons.

Various indigenous peoples have inhabited what is now Canada for thousands of years prior to
European colonization. Beginning in the 16th century, British and French expeditions explored,
and later settled, along the Atlantic coast. As a consequence of various armed conflicts, France
ceded nearly all of its colonies in North America in 1763. In 1867, with the union of three British
North American colonies through Confederation, Canada was formed as a federal dominion of
four provinces. This began an accretion of provinces and territories and a process of increasing
autonomy from the United Kingdom. This widening autonomy was highlighted by the Statute of
Westminster of 1931 and culminated in the Canada Act of 1982, which severed the vestiges of
legal dependence on the British parliament.
1. Save the file in your roll number folder. Make a subfolder titled “Ms Word
Document”.
2. The Name of the file would be ‘canada population’.

Top Margin 1.3”


Bottom margin 1.4”
Left margin 1.30”
Right margin 1.30”
Gutter margin 1.2”
Header 0.7”
Footer 0.7”
Paper size executive
Orientation landscape
Computer assignment 6
MS Word
Date: 06/03/2019
From: Ashi Aswal

1. How many different positions can you set for drop cap?
a. 1
b. 2
c. 4
d. 6

2. How many ways you can save a document?


a. 3
b. 4
c. 5
d. 6

3. What is the maximum number of lines you can set for lines to drop box?
a. 3
b. 5
c. 10
d. 15

4. Single spacing in MS-WORD document causes ____ point line spacing?


a. 10
b. 12
c. 14
d. 16

5. What is the default number of lines to drop for drop cap


a. 3
b. 10
c. 15
d. 20

6. What is the maximum number of lines you can set for a drop cap?
a. 3
b. 10
c. 15
d. 20

7. How many columns can you insert in a word document in maximum?


a. 35
b. 45
c. 55
d. 65

8. In a document what is the maximum number of columns that can be inserted in MS Word
Table?
a. 35
b. 15
c. 63
d. 65

9. What is the maximum scale percentage available in Scale drop down box?
a. 500
b. 200
c. 100
d. 90

10. What is the maximum font size you can apply for any character
a. 163
b. 1638
c. 16038
d. None of above
11. Word, by default, places a tab stop at every _____ mark on the ruler.
a. .25"
b. .5"
c. .75"
d. 1"

12. What is the default file extension for all Word documents?
a. .txts
b. .word
c. .docs
d. .docx

13. The file type _____ indicates the file is a Word document.
a. .msw
b. .wor
c. .wrd
d. .doc

14. With Word’s AutoCorrect entries, to display an indifferent face ( ) type _____.
a. : )
b. : (
c. : |
d. : /

15. Which of the following button will allow you to add, delete, or change records in your Data
Source?
a. ‘Data Source’ button
b. ‘Edit’ button
c. ‘Edit Data Source’ button
d. ‘Data Editing’ button

16. How much space in minimum must be provided between columns?


a. 0"
b. 0.5"
c. 1"
d. 1.5"

17. What is the smallest width of a column?


a. 0"
b. 0.5"
c. 1"
d. 1.5"

18. By default, your document prints with:


a. 1 inch top and bottom margins
b. a portrait orientation
c. 1.25 inches left and right margins
d. all of the above

19. Word is preset to use standard 8.5-by-11-inch paper with _____ margins.
a. 1-inch left, right, top, and bottom
b. 1.25-inch left, right, top, and bottom
c. 1.25-inch left and right margins and 1-inch top and bottom
d. 1-inch left and right margins and 1.25-inch top and bottom

20. What is the default left margin in Word 2003 document?


a. 1"
b. 1.25"
c. 1.5"
d. 2"

21. What is the smallest and largest font size available in Font Size tool on formatting toolbar?
a. 8 and 72
b. 8 and 64
c. 12 and 72
d. None of above
22. The Footnote Text style defines characters as _____.
a. 12-point Times New Roman and paragraphs as single-spaced and right-aligned
b. 10-point Times New Roman and paragraphs as double-spaced and left-aligned
c. 12-point Times New Roman and paragraphs as double-spaced and right-aligned
d. 10-point Times New Roman and paragraphs as single-spaced and left-aligned

23. What is the default font size of a new Word document based on Normal template in Word
2003?
a. 10 pt
b. 12 pt
c. 14 pt
d. None of above

24. The minimum number of rows and columns in MS Word document is


a. 1 and 1
b. 2 and 1
c. 2 and 2
d. None of above

25. How will MS Word will respond in repeated word.


a. A Red wavy line under the repeated word
b. A Green wavy line under the repeated word
c. A Blue wavy line under the repeated word
d. None of the above
Computer assignment 7
MS Word
Date: 06/03/2019
From: Ashi Aswal

In mail merge operation which of the following might represent the main document?
a. A sales brochure
b. A form letter
c. A database of Names and Addresses
d. All of above

Pressing F8 key for three times selects


a. a word
b. a sentence
c. a paragraph
d. entire document

What do you call ‘a collection of character and paragraph formatting commands’?


a. the defaults
b. a template
c. a style
d. a boilerplate

What is a Document Outline View?


a. A preview in a full screen
b. A preview with margins
c. A View with a margins and gutter
d. A view with a structure of heading at various levels
Ctrl + Z
a. Undo the last Action
b. Redo the last Action
c. Add the new page
d. Paste the contents from clipboard

The _____ in the Resume Wizard dialog box indicates the wizard is ready to create the
document.
a. Start panel
b. Address panel
c. Add/Sort Heading panel
d. Finish panel

What does Ctrl + = key effect?


a. Superscript
b. Subscript
c. All Caps
d. Shadow

33. The spike


a. Allows you to combine text from several documents and tehn insert all the text into one
document at onwe time
b. Allows you to edit auto text entries
c. Allows you to format uto text entries
d. All of above

The word wrap reature


a. Automatically move text to the next line when necessary
b. Appears at the bottom of the document
c. Allows you to type over text
d. is the short horizontal line
How can you make the selected character superscripted
a. Ctrl + =
b. Ctrl + Shift + =
c. Alt + Ctrl + Shift + =
d. None of above

When typing in a word field manually, what must you press to insert the code’s braces?
a. Ctrl + F6
b. Ctrl + F9
c. Alt + F11
d. Shift + F12

What is the short cut key to open the Open dialog box?
a. F12
b. Shift F12
c. Alt + F12
d. Ctrl + F12

What is the shortcut key to split a table?


a. Ctrl + Alt + Enter
b. Ctrl + Shift + Enter
c. Alt + Shift + Enter
d. Alt + Space + Enter

Which key is used to increase left indent?


a. Ctrl+I
b. Ctrl+M
c. Alt+I
d. F10

When the same word is used in multiple locations or a word is used that was not quite
appropriate, a thesaurus can be used to look up a (n) _____ or a word similar in meaning.
a. synonym
b. homonym
c. antonym
d. metronym

How many different documents you can open at one time?


a. No more than three
b. Only one
c. As many as your computer memory will hold
d. As many as your taskbar can display

Which of the following is the second step in creating a macro?


a. Start recording
b. Using your mouse or keyboard, perform the task you want to automate
c. Assign a keyboard shortcut to the macro
d. Give the macro a name

When assigning a shortcut key to a symbol, you should always try to select a key or key
combination that is:
a. unassigned
b. located on the ten-key pad section of your keyboard.
c. assigned to another task.
d. from the same font family as the symbol.

Which feature is used to replace straight quotes with smart quotes as you type?
a. Auto Correct as you type
b. Auto Change as you type
c. Auto Format as you type
d. Smart Tags as you type

Which of the following command is not available in Tools menu?


a. Auto text
b. Autocorrect
c. Auto summarize
d. Macro

Word has a list of predefined typing, spelling, capitalization, and grammar errors that _____ can
detect and correct.
a. AutoEntry
b. AutoCorrect
c. AutoAdd
d. AutoSpell

If you want to convert a symbol or several lines of text into an AutoCorrect entry, you should:
a. Insert the symbol or type the text in a Word document first. Then, select the text or symbol
and go to the AutoCorrect dialog box.
b. Click the Tools menu and choose AutoCorrect Options. Then, click the Insert menu and
choose Symbol (or click the Format menu and choose Paragraph) to add the symbol or
paragraph to AutoCorrect.
c. AutoCorrect can only accommodate one line of text. It is not possible to convert a symbol or
multiple lines of text into an AutoCorrect entry.
d. Insert the symbol or type the text in a Word document first. Then, select the text or symbol
and click the Edit menu followed by Paste Special. Select New AutoCorrect Entry and then click
OK.

Which option is not available in Insert Table Autofit behavior?


a. Fixed Column Width
b. AutoFit to Contents
c. Autofit to Window
d. Autofit to Column

When you click on File menu in Word 2010, it opens


a. File menu
b. File Commands
c. Backstage View
d. File Ribbon
Tabs stop position cannot be the following alignment
a. Decimal Alignment
b. Center Alignment
c. Bar Alignment
d. Justify Alignment

Computer assignment 8
MS Word
Date: 06/03/2019
From: Ashi Aswal

Questions on commands and shortkeys

Function Shortcut
Bold
Center a paragraph
Copy
Create a hanging indent
Decrease the font size by 1 point
Double-space lines
Hanging Indent
Help
Increase the font size by 1 point
Indent a paragraph from the left
Indent
Insert a footnote
Insert an endnote
Italic
Justify Through Single-Space Lines

Justifying a paragraph will make it flush left and flush right rather than ragged-right, which is the
default in Word. But, you can also left-align a paragraph, create a page break, and even mark a
table of contents or index entry, as the shortcut commands in this section show.

Function Shortcut
Justify a paragraph
Left-align a paragraph
Mark a table of contents entry
Mark an index entry
Page Break
Print
Remove a paragraph indent from the left
Remove paragraph formatting
Right-align a paragraph
Save
Search
Select All
Shrink Font One Point
Single-space lines
Subscripts Through Undo

If you're writing a science paper, you might need to place certain letters or numbers in subscript,
such as in H20, the chemical formula for water. The subscript shortcut makes it easy to do this,
but you can also create a superscript with a shortcut command. And, if you make a mistake,
correcting it is only a CTRL = Z away.

Function Shortcut
To type a Subscript
To type a Superscript
Thesaurus
Remove Hanging Indent
Remove Indent
Underline
Undo
Computer assignment 9
MS Word
Date: 06/03/2019
From: Ashi Aswal

1
Microsoft Word Exercise

The object of this exercise is to familiarize you with some of the important
commands associated with using Microsoft Word to produce academic
papers.

This exercise will cover how to center a line of text, how to insert today’s
date,
and the difference between “soft” and “hard” returns. You’ll practice using
bold, italic, and underline features. You’ll change the line spacing from single
to double spaced. You’ll change the margins and add page numbers,
headers
and footers, and footnotes and endnotes.

If you’d like some extra help while doing this exercise (or using Word at any
time), select Help from the
menu bar and click Microsoft Office Word Help from the pull down menu. A
column of advice will
appear on the right-hand side of the screen. You can also access help hints
from pressing the F1 key.

Keep this handout as a reference page. It is also posted on my website.


www.stratford.org/harris
The bolded number is what you will be doing and the bullets underneath are
the steps that are needed to
do the command.

1. Select the Comic Sans MS font


- Select Format from the menu bar.
- Click Font from the pull down menu.
- Select the Comic Sans MS font face.
- Select an 11 point font size.
- Click the OK button

2. Center the top line.


- Select Format from the menu bar.
- Click Paragraph from the pull down menu.
- Select the Indents and Spacing tab.
- Select Center from the Alignment option
- Click OK
-Type: Microsoft Word Training Session
- Press the Enter key.

3. Center today’s date


- Select Format from the menu bar.
- Click Paragraph from the pull down menu.
- Select the Indents and Spacing tab.
- Select Center from the Alignment option
- Click OK
- Select Insert from the menu bar.
- Click Date and Time from the pull down menu.
- Select a Date/Time format of your choice.
- Click OK

4. Press the Enter key four times.

5. Type a short paragraph.


(This text will be centered due to the last command performed.)
- Type: I am learning Microsoft Word. I hope to learn at least one new thing in
this training
session. If I have any questions (and I know I will), I will ask the teacher to
answer them so I
will not get stuck.

6. Bold a phrase
- Highlight the phrase “Microsoft Word”
- Click the left mouse button and drag it across the words “Microsoft Word” to
highlight
the words in black.)
- Click the B button in the toolbar at the top of the screen. If the B button is
not in view use the
keyboard by holding down the CTRL key and pressing the B key.

7. Italicize a word.
- Double click the word “least” and the word will highlight in black.
- Click the I button in the toolbar at the top of the screen. If the I button is not
in view use the
keyboard by holding down the CTRL key and pressing the I key.

8. Underline a phrase.
- Highlight the phrase “and I know I will.”
- Click the U button in the toolbar at the top of the screen. If the U button is
not in view use the
keyboard by holding down the CTRL key and pressing the U key.

9. Double space the lines in your paper.


- Place the cursor at the desired location in the paragraph.
- Select Format from the menu bar.
- Click Paragraph from the pull down menu.
- Select the Indents and Spacing tab.
-Select Double from the Line Spacing option
- Click OK

10. Add page numbers to your document.


- Select Insert from the menu bar.
- Click Page Numbers from the pull down menu.
- Select Position and Alignment
- Allow Word to show the numbers on the first page.
- Click OK

11. Change your margins


- Place the cursor at the top of your paper.
- Select File from the menu bar.
- Click Page Setup from the pull down menu.
- Select Margins tab.
- Change the top, bottom, left, and right margins to 1.5”.
- Click OK
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12. Place the cursor at the end of your paper to the right of “stuck” and press
the Enter
key three times.
- Click the Left Justification button so the cursor will be on the left side.

13. Type a short paragraph


- Type: I have a paper to write, and I have to use footnotes. I don’t know how
to do them, but after
this example I will.

14. Create a footnote


( A footnotes appear at the bottom of the page and they are numbered.
Footnotes are used for
references and to define unfamiliar words.)
- Select Insert from the menu bar.
- Select Reference
- Click Footnote form the pull down menu.
- Make sure Footnote is selected
- Click OK
- Type the footnote: My teacher will be happy to see footnotes in my paper.

15. Add another footnote


- Place the cursor after the word “learn” in the first paragraph.
- Select Insert from the menu bar.
- Click Footnote from the Reference menu
- Make sure Footnote is selected
- Click OK
- Type the footnote: Or at least try
(Notice that the footnote number for the second footnote has changed.)
- Use the mouse to leave the footnote by clicking somewhere in the upper
part of the page.

16. Create a header


(A header is a line that runs along the top of every page of your document.)
- Select View from the menu bar.
- Click Header and Footer from the pull down menu.
-Type: Microcomputer Applications Area
- Click the Close button from the Header and Footer toolbar.

17. Create a footer


(A footer is a line that runs along the bottom of every page of your
document.)
- Select View from the menu bar.
- Click Header and Footer from the pull down menu.
- Click the icon labeled “Switch between header and footer”
-Type: [Your Name]
-Click the Close button from the Header and Footer toolbar.

18. Create a blank page with existing document


- Press Ctrl and Enter simultaneously

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21. Spell Check your paper.
- Select Tools from the menu bar.
- Click Spelling and Grammar from the pull down menu
- Word will stop on any words it doesn’t recognize from its dictionary, and
you may choose to
ignore the Spell Check or have it replace your word with the correct spelling.

22. Proofread your paper.


- When Microsoft Word doesn’t recognize the spelling of a word, it underlines
the word in red.
- Watch for those red underlines and correct those that are wrong.
- The red underline will not appear on your printed copy.
- Also, remember Word isn’t always right.
- Word also misses real words that are used improperly.
- For example, if you type “fro” when you meant to type “for,” Word will not
catch the
mistake. So you will need to read over your own work carefully.

23. Print the document


- Select File from the menu bar.
- Click Print from the pull down menu
-Notice the “Current Printer” and that you can change it by clicking on the
down arrow key
to the right of the printer name.
- Click OK
- Turn in the printed copy with your name on it.

24. Save your document


- Select File from the menu bar.
- Click Save As from the pull down menu
- Click on the arrow by the “Save in” box and change to your folder.
- Click in the “File name” box and give your file a name.
- Click Save
*IMPORTANT* Always save your work every 5 to 10 minutes! You can also
save it from
the keyboard by holding down the CTRL key and the S key.
Computer assignment 10
MS Word
Date: 06/03/2019
From: Ashi Aswal

0 3 5 8 10
Less than 25% More than 25% More than 50% More than 75% All items
of items of items of items of items completed
completed completed completed completed correctly
correctly. correctly correctly correctly
Each step to complete is considered a single item, even if it is part of a larger string of steps.

Objectives:
The Learner will be able to
1. Find and use the copy command at least 75% of the time
2. Find and use the paste command at least 75% of the time
3. Explain that both Word and Excel have the same paste command
4. Find and use the cut command at least 75% of the time
5. Explain the function of the copy, paste, and cut commands

Cut, Copy and Paste


Cut, Copy and Paste are basic computer skills. These commands have been part of computers
since 1984, long before there was Windows. Each and every program, including Microsoft
Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook, uses these functions.

Copy and Paste on the same document


Start the program Microsoft Word.
Insert a picture from ClipArt
Select the picture and copy and paste it five times

Copy and Paste to a different document


Start the program Microsoft Word.
Insert a picture from ClipArt
Select the picture and copy and paste
Go to New and open a blank document
Paste the picture into a new blank sheet

Copy and Paste into a different program:


Insert a picture in Microsoft Word and copy it
Start the program Microsoft Excel
Paste the picture into Excel
Cut
Cut removes the text or graphic and places it on the clipboard, ready to paste somewhere else.
Try it: Insert two new pictures from ClipArt into Microsoft Word. Next to each picture, write what
it is. Select ONE picture, go to Cut. Open a new blank document and go to Paste.

You do NOT have to save these practice files.

The learner will be able to:


1. Find and use the Insert Clip Art command at least 75% of the time
2. Select and resize a picture using the picture handles
3. Use the alignment buttons to center and left align text and pictures
4. Insert a Date and Time Text field from the Insert Menu

Create a Business Letter


A “Corporate Stripe” is a set of documents that have the company logo, fonts, and styles. This
exercise allows you to practice formatting text and pictures while you create a business letter.

Type the company name and address


Open a blank Microsoft Word document. Type the following information:
Computers Are Us
555 Main Street
Brighton, MI 48116
(810) 555-1212

Select All of the text and use the Font options to format the type:
Tahoma, 12 point, bold, centered, and dark red

Select the first line of type and make it 14 point.

Insert a Picture from ClipArt


Go to Clips Online, the Microsoft Design Gallery
Search for a photo or cartoon of a computer
Select two or three images and Download them

Use one of the pictures for a company logo


Resize the picture
Center it above the Company name and address

Insert the Date and Time


Remember, the default Date and Time updates automatically. This option is not appropriate for
medical or legal documents that must be date/time stamped, but is fine for this exercise.
Type a sample business letter:
Dear Sir,

Thank you for your order, yesterday. We will be shipping your parts by FedX ground.

Sincerely,

Your Name

Save your practice document and name it: Beginning Word Practice 2
The Learner will be able to:
1. Resize a picture to exact measurements using the Format Picture command
2. Change the text wrapping
3. Insert pictures with Insert Clip Art command
4. Apply a border to a picture
5. Crop a picture using the Format Picture Command

Working with Pictures


Open a blank Microsoft Word document. You can use Microsoft ClipArt, or Clips Online, to do
the following practice exercises.

Insert a picture of a sun or sunset.


Use Format->Size to resize the picture to 1.5" wide
Use In-Line Text Wrapping
Next to the picture type: The weather is great!

Insert a picture of a camera.


Change the Text Wrapping to Tight
Resize the picture to be 2.5 inches tall
Place the picture to the bottom of the page

Insert a picture of a beach.


Format Text Wrapping to Tight
Place the picture into the center of the page
Add a thick BLUE border around the picture
Crop the picture .5 inches from the left

Save your practice document and name it: Beginning Word Practice 3The Learner will be
able to:
1. Format text color, bold, and size at least 75% of the time
2. Insert a file INTO an existing Word document
3. Format text into columns
4. Insert a picture from Clip Art and the Design Gallery Live at least 75% of the time
5. Change text wrapping around a picture at least 75% of the time
6. Apply borders and shading to a whole page using the Format Borders and Shading
command
Create a Flier
Make the headline for the flyer
Type the words: Cub Scouts Enjoy Fall Hike
Format the headline big, bold, centered and dark red
Enter two blank lines after the headline
Type: Sample text
Does the Formatting stay big, bold, centered and dark red?
Change the formatting to Arial, 11 pt, aligned left, black

Download the sample text file from the online course


Save the Cub Scout Text file in your Documents folder
Go back to the Cub Scout flier in Microsoft Word

Go to Insert ->Text Object ->Text from File


Look in your Documents folder for the Cub Scout Text file
Double click the Cub Scout Text file to insert it into the flier
Create two columns of text
Select all of the text EXCEPT the headline
Go to Page Layout -> Columns
Select the option for 2 columns
Add pictures
Insert a Picture from ClipArt
Look for pictures of leaves, scouts and fall
You can use the Design Gallery Live for photos
For each picture, change the text wrapping to be tight

Format Borders and Shading


Before you add borders and shading, notice what you have selected on your document. If the
picture is selected, then you will be adding borders to it. If you have text selected, then the
border will be added to your word(s). To add Borders and Shading to an entire page, make
certain you have NOTHING selected!
The default is NONE. Select a Box, Shadow, etc from the right hand side.
To change line style, choose a format from the middle Style window.
To have little pictures instead of a line, select Art and browse through the options.
Width indicates how thick the line (or art) can be.
Click OK to complete this action.

Save your practice document and name it: Beginning Word Practice 4