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Lesson 13 Protecting amp sharing documents Lesson 14 Advanced Options 112 113 amp 114 Lesson 12 Maintaining Documents amp Macros 2 Master Documents A Master Document is the main document created in Word such as your research paper ID: 627461 Download Presentation


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Lesson 12 -Maintaining Documents & MacrosLesson 13 - Protecting & sharing documentsLesson 14 - Advanced Options

#1.12, #1.13, & #1.14Slide2

Lesson 12 -Maintaining Documents & Macros2Slide3

Master DocumentsA Master Document is the main document created in Word, such as your research paper. Creating

master documents enables you to work


with large


Long documents are broken down into subdocuments making it more manageable and easy to edit.A research paper or long report contains information such as a title, thesis, introduction, techniques, results, and works cited to name a few.Scanning through the whole document can be cumbersome.Working with a master document you can organize the heading sections into smaller sections called Subdocuments.


SubdocumentsSubdocuments are sections within the Master Document that have been separated into subsections.

When a S

ubdocument is

created, it becomes a separate


from the Master although it still remains linked to the Master Document. This allows you to open a small 2- or 3-page Subdocument rather than a 20-page document.Subdocuments are created based on their heading styles; the Subdocument is saved with the heading as the filename.The Master Document automatically gets updated when the Subdocument is changed because the Subdocument is linked to the M





Outline ViewWhen you open the Outline view from the View tab, the Outlining tab contains buttons for working with long documents and arranging the document into smaller sections


The Outlining tab contains the Collapse and Expand

subdocument buttons

that correlate with the

Master Document.5Slide6

Expand and CollapseTo view the Master Document with its contents, click the Expand Subdocuments button on

the Outlining



the Expand Subdocuments button is clicked, you can switch views and

the document remains expanded. The Collapse Subdocuments button closes the subdocuments.6Slide7

Promote and demoteWhen you rearrange levels in a Master Document, you move the Subdocument heading to another level

by using the commands in the Outlining tab by either

Promoting (move up) or Demoting (move down) the


For instance

, to move a topic in the paper under another heading, you demote that heading. You may decide that the Heading 1 style applied to one of the headings should be a Heading 2. In the Outlining tab, you have options to change the levels of the headings by using the Promote or Demote buttons. It is easy to demote a Level 1 to a Level 2 or vice versa. 7Slide8

MacrosA Macro is a recorded sequence of commands to automate a task and save time in completing a repetitive task. It is a series of commands and actions that can be recorded and run whenever you need to perform the task.



Macro is created

, you can run it manually or assign it to run whenever a

series of keystrokes are pressed or a button on the QAT is selected.8Located on the View RibbonSlide9

MacrosOnce you determine which method to assign the Macro, the next step is recording your steps.While Word is recording a Macro, you see the mouse pointer change to a recording pointer

on your



this point, every keystroke and mouse click is

recorded.Once a Macro is recorded, you can press the keyboard shortcut or select the button to run it in a document.9Slide10

Lesson 13 - Protecting & sharing documents10Slide11

Protecting and SharingIn Word 2013, Backstage provides commands to allow you to; protect, inspect, and share documents; and manage versions of your



ou may need

to set a

password for sensitive documents.There are two different types of options to protecting a document:Save as Tools and Restrict Editing11Slide12

Set a Password – restrict editingThere a two ways to access the Restrict Editing pane:On the Review ribbonFrom the Backstage view


Set a Password – restrict editingYou can protect a document with a password to open as Read Only to secure confidential material



way to protect

your document

is to Restrict Editing. This limits the types of changes that can be made to the document. For instance, you might want to limit formatting changes to only commentsor make changes that are tracked. 13Slide14

Mark as finalThe Mark as Final prevents recipients from making changes to the document:



document becomes


Only and that is displayed on the title bar. When a document is marked as final, the status property is set to Marked as Final and typing, editing commands, and proofing marks are turned off. Notice the Marked as Final icon on the status bar.14Slide15

Applying protectionEncryption protects a document so that it cannot be opened without a password.Protecting your document from an unsafe location is necessary to avoid viruses, worms, or

other kinds

of malware that might harm your



Managing Document versionsRetrieving a document by versions or recovering an unsaved file has been made easier by Microsoft.Word can help you retrieve your document by using the





. Document versions can be managed in Backstage using the Info command and selecting which version to save. Word provides an option to Recover Documents by saving every ten minutes by default in AutoRecover.Under Manage Versions, you can also browse for unsaved files. (also found in Backstage – Open)16Slide17

Sharing documentsMany of the documents created in a business environment will need to be shared with others.Before you share a document, it is important to ensure the document has a professional appearance.

Microsoft Word 2013 has three tools to help you with


Inspect Inspector


AccessibilityCheck CompatibilityIn addition, Microsoft Word 2013 makes it easy for you to share your documents with colleagues, clients, and others using several formats, including e-mail attachments, PDF documents, & blog posts.17Slide18

Document inspector (Inspect document)Word contains a feature that removes unwanted information from your document. This unwanted information can be in the document properties.


Document Inspector is used to

find and remove

hidden data and personal information in Word 2013 documents as well as earlier versions.

It is a good idea to practice inspecting the document before sharing an electronic copy such as an e-mail attachment.18Slide19

Check accessibility(accessibility checker)The Accessibility Checker determines whether there are potential errors in your document and alerts

you that the content might be


for an individual with a disability to


Accessibility is defined as being accessible to those with disabilities. Before sharing your document, it is important to inspect your document in case someone with a disability opens the document.19Slide20

Check compatibilityBefore sharing documents, it is good practice to check whether the document is error free and the formatting appears professional.


is also important to make sure other people will be able to

open and

read the document.

Word’s built-in Check Compatibility tool ensures that a document’s features are compatible with other versions of Word.The Compatibility Checker searches a document for features that are not supported by earlier versions of Word and lists a summary of these features.20

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