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A N INTRODUCTION TO M ICROSOFT O FFICE 2007 by Stian Skogly.

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A N INTRODUCTION TO M ICROSOFT O FFICE 2007 by Stian Skogly Slide 2 M ICROSOFT O FFICE 2007 A package of softwares Word text editor Excel spreadsheet PowerPoint presentations Outlook e-mail Access database Publisher brochures, calendars, postcards, etc. +++ The current versions are Office 2007 which was released on January 30 in 2007. Slide 3 M ICROSOFT W ORD 2007 Slide 4 M ICROSOFT WORD Text processor to create documents Templates for different types of documents Web pages Slide 5 S IMPLE FORMATTING Text: Font, size, color, bold/italic/underline Layout: Bullets, numbering, alignment Slide 6 Welcome to this lecture Changing font Slide 7 Welcome to this lecture Bold / italic / underline Slide 8 How to change text color Changing text color Slide 9 How to change text size Changing text size Slide 10 The first impression and view of a document is very important for the reader. The options listed underneath are the most important ones. These can make the document nice looking, but also very bad. A professional document should have a standard font (like Times New Roman or Arial ), appropriate size (normal text size 12), and black color. The layout of the text should make the reader comfortable it should be easy to read. In thesis, or other large documents, the text is often aligned to both the left and right margins. This creates a clean look at both sides of the text. Additional extra space are put in between words as necessary. The first impression and view of a document is very important for the reader. The options listed underneath are the most important ones. These can make the document nice looking, but also very bad. A professional document should have a standard font (like Times New Roman or Arial ), appropriate size (normal text size 12), and black color. The layout of the text should make the reader comfortable it should be easy to read. In thesis, or other large documents, the text is often aligned to both the left and right margins. This creates a clean look at both sides of the text. Additional extra space are put in between words as necessary. The first impression and view of a document is very important for the reader. The options listed underneath are the most important ones. These can make the document nice looking, but also very bad. A professional document should have a standard font (like Times New Roman or Arial ), appropriate size (normal text size 12), and black color. The layout of the text should make the reader comfortable it should be easy to read. In thesis, or other large documents, the text is often aligned to both the left and right margins. This creates a clean look at both sides of the text. Additional extra space are put in between words as necessary. Alignment of text Slide 11 4,0 cm 0 cm 2,5 cm 4,0 cm Left 2,5 cm Page setup / margins Slide 12 Line spacing Slide 13 Word count Slide 14 Heading 1 Heading 3 Heading 2 Texttextexttexttexttexttextexttexttexte xttextexttexttexttexttextexttexttext Heading 3 Texttextexttexttexttexttextexttexttexte xttextexttexttexttexttextexttexttexttext Texttextexttexttexttexttextexttexttexte xttextexttexttexttexttextexttexttext Headings and table of contents Slide 15 1 Page numbers Slide 16 Picture and crop Slide 17 Shresta Kumar Shresta, Kumar Learn Microsoft Office in one lecture 2010 Kathmandu Tribhuvan University Teaching Hospital Reference / citation Slide 18 (1) Reference list / bibliography Slide 19 1 Word lecture Save document Slide 20 Questions? Action link to open Microsoft Word Slide 21 M ICROSOFT P OWER P OINT Slide 22 Software to make presentations Templates and different designs Same menues as Microsoft Word Slide 23 Slide 24 H OW TO MAKE A NICE PRESENTATION Text Font should be easy to read Text color with high contrast to the background Big font size Less text is better Use the same formatting throughout the presentation Pictures and figures Choose understandable figures Pictures with high quality Pictures and figures should be relevant Slide 25 P RESENTATION Be careful with use of animations Know what you are presenting Dont read from the slide Speak to the people Speak loudly Practice before presentation! Slide 26 Slide 27 M ICROSOFT E XCEL Slide 28 Mathematical software Spreadsheets to make stastitical calculations Slide 29 M ICROSOFT E XCEL Formula for calculations of different results in a set of data In data Out data Graphical view of statistics Slide 30 Slide 31 F OR YOUR PROJECT Mean (average) Percentile / quartile Maximum / minimum Standard deviation Slide 32 Slide 33

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