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Colouring Text Resizing Text Hello and welcome to the lesson
This lesson covers formatting your document,
So let us get started,
First thing to do is type the Formula =rand() and press enter
To get your 3 Paragraphs of Text or you can use your own Documents.
Left Click your Mouse over the First Paragraph and enter in this Text,
Now make sure your cursor is still in or at the text and click on the Centre align button,
Now you text is centered on the Page,
This time click 3 times on your left Mouse Button to highlight the Heading,
making sure your cursor is in the centre of the heading.
Bring your Pointer to the font Menu Arrow, we are doing the long way of formatting this time round,
The font dialog window opens and now you have the full formatting capabilities of Microsoft Word.
In the font box you will see a list of font names, I am going to use Bookman Oldstyle. But feel free to use any font you wish.
So I will type the letter, B, into the font box and all the fonts beginning with B, Show up,
Scroll down the list till you come to your font and then left click on it,Microsoft Office 2003
Microsoft Office 2007
Microsoft Office 2010
The heading will now change in the Preview Box only; you have to click on the OK for it to change in the Document,
Now go to the Size Option and click on point Size 16, now Choose the Style, Bold, you can choose any Style you wish try a few out and get used to them all.
Now we move down to the Colour Options, it will say Automatic, Click on the Drop down Arrow to see a colour Palettes, to choose a colour just click on it, I am choosing Dark Blue,
Now the underline option click on the drop down arrow and choose your selection,
I am choosing the Double underlined style,
Now click on the Ok Button to apply the formatting,
Time for the First Paragraph,
Click in the Middle of the First Paragraph,
Now triple Click on the Left Mouse Button, to select the text
This time we will use the Quick Formatting options, its always handy to know Both ways in case the toolbars are disabled,
Carefully bring your mouse pointer up to the font box on the Home Ribbon
Now click on the Drop down arrow and choose your Font, scroll down to find it, again I am using the Bookman old style, Font,
Then bring your Mouse Pointer to the Size box and make the Text, size 12
Bring your mouse Pointer to the Colour menu which is the A with a colour underneath it,
This colour changes according to the last option chosen,
Choose your colour I am using the same dark Blue,
Now Deselect your text , to do this click your moue in a blank area of your screen.
Now we are about to use a very handy formatting tool which will save you a lot of time and effort,
Its called the, Format Painter,
Click back inside the first paragraph so as the cursor is flashing,
Now bring your mouse pointer up to this button follow me to it,
Now double click on it.
Now when you move your pointer, you will have a little brush next to it,
Do not click anywhere yet, now bring your mouse pointer to the second paragraph and triple click inside it,
Do the same for the next Paragraph, now bring you pointer back to the Format Painter Icon and click once to close it.
Now all your Paragraphs should look the same, this saves you a lot of time with your
Word Processing in the future,
Make sure you save your document and close Microsoft Word.
Well that is it for now hope you found this helpful .
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Bye for Now.
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