Go! with Microsoft Word 2007, Brief Edition / Edition 1

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Overview

The primary goal of the GO! Series, aside from teaching computer applications, is ease of implementation, with an approach that is based on clearly-defined projects for students and a one of a kind supplements package. GO!’s project-based approach clusters the learning objectives around the projects rather than around software features. Teaches students to solve real problems as they practice and learn the features. GO! with Microsoft Word 2007, Brief, 1/e contains a CD-ROM. This edition covers the following topics: formatting and organizing text; using graphics and tables; applying special document formats, columns and mail merges; working with templates, styles, and charts; creating form letters and working in groups. Ideal for students and individuals seeking an introduction to Microsoft Word 2007.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780135129968
  • Publisher: Prentice Hall
  • Publication date: 5/22/2007
  • Series: Go! Series
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 384
  • Product dimensions: 8.70 (w) x 10.90 (h) x 0.50 (d)

Meet the Author

Shelley Gaskin, Series Editor for the GO! Series, is a professor of business and computer technology at Pasadena City College in Pasadena, California. She holds a master's degree in business education from Northern Illinois University and a doctorate in adult and community education from Ball State University. Dr. Gaskin has 15 years of experience in the computer industry with several Fortune 500 companies and has developed and written training materials for custom systems applications in both the public and private sector. She is also the author of books on Microsoft Outlook and word processing.

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Table of Contents

The GO! System Visual

Walk-Through...................xvi

Word 2007

Chapter 1 Creating Documents with Microsoft Word 2007...................1

PROJECT 1A Application Letter 3

Objective 1 Create and Save a New Document 3

Activity 1.1 Starting Word and Identifying Parts

of the Word Window 4

Activity 1.2 Beginning a New Document and

Displaying Formatting Marks 5

Activity 1.3 Entering Text and Inserting

Blank Lines 6

Activity 1.4 Creating Folders for Document

Storage and Saving a Document 9

Objective 2 Edit Text 15

Activity 1.5 Editing Text with the Delete and

Backspace Keys 15

Activity 1.6 Inserting New Text 17

Objective 3 Select, Delete, and Format Text 18

Activity 1.7 Selecting and Deleting Text 18

Activity 1.8 Changing Font and Font Size 21

Activity 1.9 Adding Emphasis to Text 23

Objective 4 Print a Document 25

Activity 1.10 Accessing Headers

and Footers 25

Activity 1.11 Printing a Document 27

PROJECT 1B Company Overview 29

Objective 5 Navigate the Word Window 30

Activity 1.12 Opening and Closing an Existing

Document 30

Activity 1.13 Inserting Existing Text into a New

Document 30

Activity 1.14 Navigating a Document 33

Activity 1.15 Changing Document Views 35

Activity 1.16 Using the Zoom Slider 36

Activity 1.17 Splitting Windows and

Arranging Panes 38

Objective 6 Add a Graphic to a Document 40

Activity 1.18 Inserting Clip Art 40

Objective 7 Use the Spelling and Grammar Checker 43

Activity 1.19 Checking Individual Spelling

and Grammar Errors 43

Activity 1.20 Checking Spelling and Grammar

in an Entire Document 45

Objective 8 Preview and Print Documents, Close a Document, and Close Word 48

Activity 1.21 Previewing and Printing a Document 48

Activity 1.22 Closing a Document and

Closing Word 51

Objective 9 Use the Microsoft Help System 51

Activity 1.23 Getting Help 51

There’s More You Can Do! 54

Summary 55

Key Terms 55

Matching 56

Fill in the Blank 57

Skills Review 58

Mastering Word 64

Business Running Case 74

Rubric 75

Problem Solving 76

You and GO! 82

GO!with Help 82

Group Business Running Case 83

Chapter 2 Formatting and Organizing Text...............................85

PROJECT 2A Seminar 87

Objective 1 Change Document and Paragraph Layout 88

Activity 2.1 Setting Margins 88

Activity 2.2 Aligning Text 90

Activity 2.3 Changing Line Spacing 92

Activity 2.4 Adding Space After Paragraphs 94

Activity 2.5 Using the Format Painter 96

Objective 2 Change and Reorganize Text 98

Activity 2.6 Finding and Replacing Text 99

Activity 2.7 Cutting, Copying, and Pasting Text 101

Activity 2.8 Moving Text to a New Location 103

Activity 2.9 Undoing and Redoing Changes 105

Activity 2.10 Inserting a Nonbreaking

Spaces and Hyphens 106

Activity 2.11 Entering a Line Break 108

Objective 3 Create and Modify Lists 109

Activity 2.12 Creating a Bulleted List 109

Activity 2.13 Using AutoFormat To Create a

Numbered List 110

Activity 2.14 Formatting Lists 113

Activity 2.15 Customizing Bullets 115

PROJECT 2B Law Overview 118

Objective 4 Insert and Format Headers and

Footers 119

Activity 2.16 Inserting and Formatting

Page Numbers 119

Activity 2.17 Inserting the Current Date and Time 122

Objective 5 Insert Frequently Used Text 123

Activity 2.18 Recording AutoCorrect Entries 123

Activity 2.19 Inserting Symbols 126

Objective 6 Insert and Format References 128

Activity 2.20 Inserting Footnotes 128

Activity 2.21 Modifying a Footnote Style 130

Activity 2.22 Adding Citations 133

Activity 2.23 Creating a Reference Page 137

Activity 2.24 Managing Document Properties 138

There’s More You Can Do! 140

Summary 141

Key Terms 141

Matching 142

Fill in the Blank 143

Skills Review 144

Mastering Word 152

Business Running Case 164

Rubric 165

Problem Solving 166

You and GO! 171

GO!with Help 171

Group Business Running Case 172

Chapter 3 Using Graphics and Tables ...............173

PROJECT 3A Photography Flyer 175

Objective 1 Insert and Format Graphics 176

Activity 3.1 Formatting Text Using WordArt 176

Activity 3.2 Inserting Pictures from Files 178

Activity 3.3 Resizing a Graphic 179

Activity 3.4 Wrapping Text Around a Graphic 181

Activity 3.5 Moving a Graphic 183

Activity 3.6 Applying Picture Styles 184

Activity 3.7 Adding a Page Border 186

Objective 2 Set Tab Stops 187

Activity 3.8 Setting Tab Stops and Using

Click and Type 187

Activity 3.9 Formatting and Removing Tab Stops 191

Activity 3.10 Using Tab Stops To Enter Text 193

Activity 3.11 Moving Tab Stops 195

Objective 3 Insert and Modify Text

Boxes and Shapes 196

Activity 3.12 Inserting a Text Box 197

Activity 3.13 Moving, Resizing, and

Formatting a Text Box 198

Activity 3.14 Inserting a Predefined Shape 200

PROJECT 3B Price List 203

Objective 4 Create a Table 204

Activity 3.15 Creating and Entering Text into

a Table 204

Activity 3.16 Adding a Row to a Table 206

Activity 3.17 Changing the Width of

a Table Column 207

Activity 3.18 Adding a Column to a Table 208

Activity 3.19 Converting Text to Tables 210

Objective 5 Format a Table 212

Activity 3.20 Formatting Text in Cells

and Shading Cells 212

Activity 3.21 Changing the Table Border 215

Activity 3.22 Centering a Table 217

Activity 3.23 Merging Cells 218

Activity 3.24 Applying a Predefined Format

to a Table 219

There’s More You Can Do! 222

Summary 223

Key Terms 223

Matching 224

Fill in the Blank 225

Skills Review 226

Mastering Word 234

Business Running Case 248

Rubric 249

Problem Solving 250

You and GO! 256

GO!with Help 256

Chapter 4 Special Document Formats, Columns,and Mail Merge ....259

PROJECT 4A Garden Newsletter 261

Objective 1 Collect and Paste Text and Graphics 262

Activity 4.1 Using Collect and Paste To

Gather Images and Text 262

Activity 4.2 Pasting Information from the

Clipboard Task Pane 265

Objective 2 Create and Format Columns 266

Activity 4.3 Changing One Column Text to

Two Columns 266

Activity 4.4 Formatting Multiple Columns 267

Activity 4.5 Inserting a Column Break 268

Activity 4.6 Adding Graphics to Columns 270

Objective 3 Use Special Character and

Paragraph Formatting 271

Activity 4.7 Using Small Caps and Changing

Font Color 272

Activity 4.8 Adding a Border and Shading to a

Paragraph 273

Objective 4 Create Mailing Labels

Using Mail Merge 275

Activity 4.9 Opening the Mail Merge

Wizard Template 275

Activity 4.10 Completing the Mail

Merge Wizard 279

Activity 4.11 Previewing and Printing the

Mail Merge Document 283

PROJECT 4B Television Hosts 285

Objective 5 Insert Hyperlinks 286

Activity 4.12 Inserting Text Hyperlinks 286

Activity 4.13 Adding a Hyperlink to a Graphic 288

Activity 4.14 Testing and Modifying Hyperlinks 289

Objective 6 Insert a SmartArt Graphic 290

Activity 4.15 Inserting a SmartArt Graphic 291

Activity 4.16 Adding Text to a SmartArt Graphic 292

Objective 7 Preview and Save a

Document as a Web Page 294

Activity 4.17 Previewing a Document as a

Web Page 295

Activity 4.18 Saving a Document as a Web Page 296

There’s More You Can Do! 299

Summary 300

Key Terms 300

Matching 301

Fill in the Blank 302

Skills Review 303

Mastering Word 310

Business Running Case 322

Rubric 323

Problem Solving 324

You and GO! 329

GO!with Help 329

Group Business Running Case 330

Glossary........................................G-1

Index................................................I-1

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