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Lab Assignment: Keyboard and Basic Microsoft Word
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An instructor will be available in the computer lab, lower level of library, to help if needed. Check instructors' schedules on their web page for times.
Vocabulary
Try and become familiar with these terms.  Many you will know, others will be on the web pages and in the text as you go through the material for this assignment.  You will be expected to be able to define the terms with an asterisk in your own words in a quiz at the next class.  You can get the definitions as you read through the material.  You can also check this Glossary or Google for help with definitions.you may not understand.  During the next class your instructor will help with definitions you do not understand.

Word Processing
Key board review
* In your dictionary improve where needed definitions of all  keyboard components and functions listed below
       Components
          alphabet
          numbers
          punctuation

          Symbols,
         <Shift>, <Caps Lock>
         <Tab>, <Enter>,
     Correction
         *  <Back Space>
         *  <Delete>
         *  <Insert>
       *Function Keys
          <Ctrl>
          Windows Key
          <Alt>
          <Fn>
       *Numbers
          <Num Loc & pad>
       *Location/Navagation
          arrow keys
          <Home>
          <Page Up>
          <Page Down>
          <End>
       *Short Cut Keys
       * <CTRL><s>
       * <CTRL><c>
       * <CTRL><v>
      
* <Windows><d>
 Other Shortcut keys
From SSTP_Documentation
*Start Word
*Enter text
   insertion point
   <Enter> key
*Select text
   highlight
   drag
   <Shift>
   <Ctrl>
   change whole word selection
   double click
   select (p161)
        double click
        deselect
        <Ctrl>
        triple click
        text block
        area with <Shift>
        multiple text
        entire document
        line of text
        paragraph
*Format Characters
    Format Toolbar
    Standard Toolbar (not in text)
    Format dialog box (menu)
    Font
        Typeface
        Size
        Style
        Underline
        B, I, U
*Align text
   left
   right
   center
   justify
*Print Preview
*Print
  Print dialog box
*Template
  General Templates

To be discussed at a later class 
       Tools/Spelling and Grammar later in the quarter
 

 

  1. Review text section on Word "LESSON 9-USING MICROSOFT WORD 2002" page 157-177.  This can be found at:
                              
    My Documents/SSTP_Documentation/IntroPC/INTROPC.doc   <------ scan page 157-177
  2. Write a  1 page paper named paperAW2.doc  using appropriate formatting skills included in "LESSON 9-USING MICROSOFT WORD 2002".  You may write a resume, use a paper you have written previously or write a beginning draft of a paper you can use in a class this quarter.   Save your paper  in:
    My Documents\SSTP_Documentation\_GST104 Portfolio\6 Word Processing\paperAW2.doc
  3. Start a formatted (hanging paragraphs) Word version of  computer problems  and solutions.  A list of problems you have or may have using your computer.  A beginning version of computer problems  and solutions was copied to your computer from the SSTP Documentation CD.  To find it on your computer
    My Documents/SSTP_Documentation/_GST104 Portfolio/Etc/BeginProb.doc

    As a start
    add to this list [NOTE: We also have a problems and solutions called FAQ, Frequently Asked Questions, that we will update occansionally] :
                  Program Freezes: 
                  Solution is to.....(check with your instructor if you don't know and cannot find a solution)

                  My Computer gets hot
                  Solution is...


    Save this modified document as:
    My Documents\SSTP_Documentation\_GST104 Portfolio\Etc\problems.doc
    Erase-> BeginProb.doc

    Add other problems and their solutions as you discover them are hear about problems from class, classmates or others.
  4. Define the Terms with an "*" and improve on definitions of terms you have in your dictionarySave your definitions in  your portfolio and place a copy in your homework folder. Wording should be yours  (not just copy and pasted from another source) clear, complete and understandable to someone like your self but not in this class. 


    Erase all files in your homework folder.  Place a copy of all homework, in red above,  in your homework folder (your homework folder should have your last name and first initial as the name) and bring to next class to place in class homework folder on the transfer drive