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Word 2013

Formatting your Document

Inserting Headers & Footers
Inserting Page Numbers
Line Spacing
Margins and Page Orientation
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Formatting your text

Aligning Text
Bullets & Numbering
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Word Count
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Inserting images : From your computer
Inserting images: From the Internet
Inserting images: From Clip Art
Capturing Screen Snapshots

Working with Tables

Working with Tables

Table of Contents

Creating and updating a Table of Contents

Word 2010

Formatting your Document

Inserting Headers & Footers
Inserting Page Numbers
Line Spacing
Margins and Page Orientation
Page Breaks and Section Breaks

Formatting your text

Aligning Text
Bullets & Numbering
Format Painter
Hanging Indents
Superscript

Reviewing your document

Word Count
Spell Check
Thesaurus

Working with Images

Inserting images : From your computer
Inserting images: From the Internet
Inserting images: From Clip Art
Capturing Screen Snapshots

Working with Tables

Working with Tables

Table of Contents

Creating and updating a Table of Contents


Powerpoint 2013

PowerPoint Basics
Insert a Graph
Insert a Sound
Insert a Video

Powerpoint 2010

Powerpoint Basics
Inserting a Picture
Inserting a Graph
Inserting a Sound
Inserting a Video

Saving to a USB Memory Stick

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Saving to a USB Memory Stick:

These little devices are great for creating a backup of your work, which you should have just in case something goes wrong and you lose your work on the computer.

As we have already saved our document using the saving techniques above, we are now going to use the Save As facility on the keyboard.

 

Make sure your USB is plugged into a USB port at the front of the computer.

With your document still open >>Press the F12 key on the keyboard and the following screen will appear;

 

This time we need to select the USB (E: drive), as shown below;

 

It should be empty the first time you use it

 

Click on Save;

Your document should be saved to your USB.

 

Once you have finished copying over your documents you will need to safely remove it so that work copied to it will not be lost.

 

Close all open documents that you have been working on.

Click on the device with a tick symbol at the bottom right of your screen, 

Click on Eject USB (the name of your USB)