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Microsoft Word Certification

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Column breaks
Are used in two-column layouts to move the text after the insertion point to the top of the following column. To view the columns side by side, switch to print layout view.
Create Columns
Click the PAGE LAYOUT tab, select the text you want to arrange in columns, click the COLUMNS button, select the number of columns you want.
Modify Columns
Click the PAGE LAYOUT tab and then click in the columns you want to modify, click the COLUMNS button and then click MORE COLUMNS, click a column preset format, if necessary, enter the number of columns you want, enter the width and spacing you want for each column, to place a vertical line between columns select the LINE BETWEEN check box, click OK.
Insert a column break
Click where you want to insert a column break, click the PAGE LAYOUT tab, click the BREAK button and then click COLUMN, to delete a column break click the column break dotted line in draft view or select lines above and below the break and then press the delete key.
Soft Page Break
When you fill a page, Word inserts a page break and starts a new page. As you add or delete text, this SOFT PAGE BREAK moves. A soft page break appears as a dotted gray line in Normal view.
Hard Page Break
To start a new page before the current one is filled, insert a HARD PAGE BREAK that doesn't shift as you edit text. A hard page break appears as a dotted gray line with the text Page Break centered in Normal View.
Section
A mini-document within a document that stores margin settings, page orientation, page numbering, and so on.
Insert and Delete a Hard Page Break
Click where you want to insert a hard page break, Use one of the following:
Page break, click the INSERT tab, and then click the PAGE BREAK button
Blank Page, Click the INSERT tab, and then click the BLANK PAGE button
Page or Section Break, click the PAGE LAYOUT button click PAGE BREAK and then click the page break option you want.
Shortcut for page break-Ctrl+Enter
To delete a page break, click the page break in Print Layout view, and then press the Delete key. To move a page break, drag it to a new location.
Insert and Delete a Section Break
Click where you want to insert a section break, click the PAGE LAYOUT tab, click PAGE BREAK button and then select the type of section break you want.
To delete a section break click the section break in Print Layout view, and then press delete.
Next Page Break
Starts the section on a new page.
Continuous Break
Starts the section wherever the point is located.
Even Page Break
Starts the section on the next even-numbered page.
Odd Page Break
Starts the section on the next odd-numbered page.
Show or Hide White Space Between Pages
Click the PRINT LAYOUT VIEW button, scroll to the bottom of a page, and then point to the gap between two pages, click the gap between the pages to show or hide the white space.
Preparing for Comments and Track Changes
When you enter a comment or make a change in a document with track changes, Word includes the name and initials of the person who made the comment or changes.
Where do you set or change information for Comments and Track Changes?
Review Tab, Track Changes button, Word options dialog box
Where can you display comments and Track Changes?
In balloons that show off the right-side of the document or in the Reviewing pane that show vertically or horizontally in a separate pane.
Show Markup Button
To show or hide different elements--including Comments, Ink, Insertion and Deletions, Formatting, and Markup Area Highlights--on the screen during your review
Bibliography
A list of sources that you cited during the research of a project. Appears at the end of a document
Manage Source dialog box
Where you can choose which ones you to use before you create the bibliography.
Add a Citation and Source to a Document
1. Click the REFERENCE tab.
2. Click the STYLE list arrow, and then click the style you want.
3. Click to place the insertion point where you want to place the citation.
4. Click the INSERT CITATION button, and then click ADD NEW SOURCE.
5. Click the TYPE OF SOURCE list arrow, and then select a source type.
6. Enter the bibliography information for the source.
7. Click OK.
To add a new placeholder to fill in the source information later.
Click ADD NEW PLACE HOLDER type a place holder name, and then click OK.
Manage Sources and Placeholders
1. Click the REFERENCES tab.
2. Click the MANAGE SOURCES button.
3. To search for sources, click in the Search box, type search criteria, and then press Enter.
4. To sort source information, click the SORT list arrow, and then select a sort type.
5. To edit a placeholder, click the placeholder you want to edit in the Current list, and then click EDIT.
6. Use the Copy and Delete buttons to move sources around or delete them.
7. Click CLOSE.
Create a Bibliography
1. Click to place the insertion point where you want to insert a bibliography.
2. Click the REFERENCES tab.
3. Click the BIBLIOGRAPHY button.
4. Click the bibliography format style you want to insert.
5. To update a bibliography, select the bibliography, click the tab button, and then click UPDATE BIBLIOGRAPHY.
How to resize a picture
You can use the sizing handles to quickly resize a picture or use height and width options in the Size group on the Format tab to resize a picture more precisely.
Keep the same relative proportions when resizing a picture
Use the Size and Position dialog box. Make sure the Lock aspect ratio check box is selected.
Crop a Picture Quickly
1. Click the picture you want to crop.
2. Click the FORMAT tab under Picture Tools.
3. Click the CROP button.
4. Drag the sizing handles until the borders surround the area you want to crop.
5. Click outside the image when you are finished.
Crop a Picture with an Aspect Ratio
1. Click the picture you want to crop.
2. Click the FORMAT tab under Picture Tools
3. Click the CROP button arrow, point to ASPECT RATIO, and then select an aspect ration.
4. Drag the sizing handles until the borders surround the area you want to crop.
5. Click outside the image when you are finished.
Crop a Picture with a Fill or Fit
1. Click the picture you want to crop
2. Click the FORMAT tab under Picture Tools.
3. Click the CROP button arrow, and then select an option:
FILL: Resizes the picture so the entire picture area is filled while maintaining the aspect ratio. Any area outside of the picture area is cropped.
FIT: Resizes the picture so the entire picture displays inside the picture area while maintaining the aspect ratio.
4. Drag the sizing handles until the borders surround the area you want to crop.
5. Click outside the image when you are finished.
Rotate a Picture
1. Click the object you want to rotate.
2. Position the pointer (which changes to the Free Rotate pointer) over the green rotate lever at the top of the object, and then drag to rotate the object.
3. Click outside the object to set the rotation.
Picture Manager
Where you can edit a picture. You can change brightness, contrast, and color, and to remove red eye. You can also crop, rotate and flip, resize, and compress a picture.
Open Picture Manager and Locate Pictures
1. Click the START button, point to ALL PROGRAMS, click MICROSOFT OFFICE, click MICROSOFT OFFICE TOOLS, and then click MICROSOFT OFFICE PICTURE MANAGER.
2. If necessary, click ADD PICTURE SHORTCUT
3. Click LOCATE PICTURES.
4. Click the LOOK IN list arrow, and then click a drive location.
5. Click OK.
6. Use the VIEW buttons to view your pictures
7. When you're done, click the CLOSE button.
Exporting a folder of files with a new format or size
In picture Manager, click the File menu, click Export, specify the folder with the pictures you want to change, select an export file format or select a size, and then click OK.
Edit Pictures
1. In Picture Manager, select the picture you want to edit.
2. Click the EDIT PICTURES button on the Standard toolbar.
3. Use the editing tools on the Edit Pictures task pane to modify the picture.
4. Use the sizing tools on the Edit Pictures task pane to change the picture size.
5. Click the SAVE button on the Standard toolbar.
6. When you're done, click the CLOSE button.
Discard changes to a picture
If you do not like the changes that have been made, click the Edit menu, and then click Discard Changes to restore the picture.