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Review WORD Lesson 2 Word 2007

® . Business and. Personal Communication. How can you use Word 2007 to format your documents?. Fonts. Font Styles. Lists. Lesson 2: Format Content. You can change margins, add color and styles, and create lists to make your document more interesting and easy to read..

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Review WORD Lesson 2 Word 2007






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Review

WORD Lesson 2

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Word 2007

®

Business andPersonal Communication

How can you use Word 2007 to format your documents?

Fonts

Font Styles

Lists

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Lesson 2: Format Content

You can change margins, add color and styles, and create lists to make your document more interesting and easy to read.

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Memos may share information, make a request, or suggest a change.

Lesson 2: Format Content

A

memo

is a short document that is used to communicate quickly between members of a team in an organization.

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How can members of a team use a memo to communicate with each other?

Academic Skills Check

Answer:

Members of a team can use a memo to share information, make a request, or suggest a change.

Lesson 2: Format Content

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What are the three main parts of a memo?

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Answer:

• A heading that contains the memo’s guide words.

• A body that contains the information being shared.

• A closing that can contain the writer’s initials and enclosure information.

Lesson 2: Format Content

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How do you change the margins of a memo?

Tech Check

Answer:

To change the margins of a memo, use the Page Setup dialog box.

Lesson 2: Format Content

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What is a tab stop?

Tech Check

Answer:

A tab stop is a marker on the horizontal, or left-to-right, ruler that shows where the insertion point will jump to when you press the Tab key.

Lesson 2: Format Content

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Change the font and font style to make the text clearer and easier to read, and to enhance your memo.

Lesson 2: Format Content

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Lesson 2: Format Content

A

character

is an individual letter, number, symbol, or punctuation mark.

Examples of characters:J 12 © ?

Examples of fonts:

Arial Calibri Cambria

Examples of font sizes:18pt.

24pt.

32pt.

A

font

is the unique design of a set of characters. The automatic, or default, font in Word 2007 is Calibri.

Font size

refers to how large or small characters are. Font size is measured in points.

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Font style

refers to effects such as

bold

, italic

, and underline.

Examples of font styles:Bold

ItalicUnderline

Lesson 2: Format Content

Apply these effects to words and phrases to add emphasis.

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Lesson 2: Format Content

To modify a memo’s font, style, and size, open the

Font

dialog box.

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To make text stand out and

enhance

a memo, or make it better, apply special formatting to characters.

Lesson 2: Format Content

Some special effects include

strikethrough

, shadow, and ALL CAPS.

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How can you make text stand out in a memo?

Tech Check

Answer may include:

To make text stand out in a memo, apply special character effects, or apply font styles, such as bold, italics, or underline.

Lesson 2: Format Content

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How do you modify a memo’s font, style, and size?

Answer:

Use the Font dialog box to modify a memo’s font, style, and size.

Lesson 2: Format Content

TechCheck

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Lesson 2: Format Content

In a

bulleted list

each item begins with a bullet to call attention to it.

Bullets

are symbols, shapes, or images such as dots, diamonds, or arrows.

Use a bulleted list if it does not matter in which order the items in the list are displayed.

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When should you use a numbered list?

Answer:

Use a numbered list when you want to indicate that items in a list should be performed or viewed in a particular order.

Lesson 2: Format Content

Academic Skills Check

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When should you use a bulleted list?

Answer:

Use a bulleted list when it does not matter in which order the items in the list are displayed.

Lesson 2: Format Content

Academic Skills Check