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By: Johnattan Ontiveros, Alejandro
Toriz, Ryan Rocha
Chapter Outline
Chapter 6 Overview
Lesson 6–1 Creating a Document
Lesson 6–2 Editing a Document
Lesson 6–3 Formatting a Document
Chapter Review and Assessment
6-1
 What is the purpose of the
insertion point in a wordprocessing program?
 It shows where you typed the
last word you did.
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How do you use a mouse to scroll through a
document? How do you use the key board?
Press the up and down buttons on the
keyboard or press Page up Page Down, or use
the mouse by dragging the bar on the right side
of the screen and by using the scroll
wheel.
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Of the three standards of word-processing
style, which do you think puts more demands
on the person using the program? Why?
The Non automatic standard. You have to
remember this: type one space, not two.
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6-2
Give two examples of the file name extensions
that could be opened as a document by a word
processor in Windows. Why could the program
open them?
.doc or .wpd. They are opened because you
used an Open command.
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In a word processing document, what are the
three actions you can perform on selected text?
Delete it, move it, copy it.
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6-3
What is a default format?
A program that applies these formats
automatically, unless you change them.
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Why do you think you should save your work
after making formatting changes?
If you don’t save your work, you have to do it
all over again.
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Which kinds of documents would you print in
portrait orientation, and which kinds would
you print in landscape orientation?
In portrait, text is printed down the page’s long
edge creating a page that is taller than it is
wide. In landscape text is printed down the
page’s short edge, creating a page that it is
wider than it is tall.
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Chapter Review and Assessment
Insertion point: shows the place in a document
where text will be added or deleted
Word wrap: automatically moves text to anew
line
Pagination: the automatic division of a
document into pages
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AutoCorrect: fixes common spelling mistakes
as they are typed
Select text: action made on a block of text
before changing it
Clipboard: area where cut or copied text is
temporarily stored
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Default: preset formats
Section: a separate part of a document with its
own formatting
Page format: features that identify how and
where text is positioned
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The four functions of worked processing are
writing, editing, formatting and printing.
The auto save feature protects you from losing
work because you forgot to save.
One standard of word processing is to have
only one space after each sentence.
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Some programs add extra characters, called an
extension, to a file name.
The redo command lets you restore a change
that you have just undone.
You can repeat a sentence in more than one
location in the same document – or in other
documents – by using the Cut and Paste
commands.
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Collections of formats called a style make sure
that all elements of the same type have the
same look.
One point equals 1/72 inch.
Indentation refers to the added space between
a margin and text in a paragraph.
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An example of a footer is a page number that
appears at the bottom of every page in a report.
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Why would you want to force a new page after
creating the title page of a 20-page report?
So you can start your actual essay.
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Why is selecting text an important function in a
word processing?
It is important because you can delete, move
and highlight stuff to make things easier.
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Why are there both mouse and keyboard
methods for performing actions such as
selecting, cutting, copying and pasting?
Because you can rely on both to do the
selecting, cutting, copying and pasting.
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What is the difference between landscape and
portrait orientation?
In landscape orientation, the text is shorter and
wider than it is tall. In portrait, it is the
opposite.
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Why might a student type his or her name and
the class period in the header of a homework
assignment?
If your essay is lost a student who finds it can
give it back at the right time.
word-processing program
a program that creates documents
through writing, editing,
formatting, and printing functions
programa de procesamiento de
textos
programa que elabora documentos
mediante funciones de escritura,
edición, asignación de formato e
insertion point
a mark that indicates where entered text will
appear in a document
punto de inserción
marca que indica dónde aparecerá el texto
introducido en un documento
word wrap
the automatic starting of a new line when the
previous line is full
salto automático de línea
inicio automático de un nuevo renglón cuando el
anterior está completo
pagination
the automatic division of a document into pages
paginación
división automática de un documento en páginas
AutoCorrect
a feature that fixes common spelling mistakes as
they are typed
autocorrección
recurso que corrige errores de ortografía comunes
a medida que se
escribe el texto
auto save
a feature that automatically saves a document at
set increments of
time
autoguardar
recurso que guarda automáticamente un
documento a intervalos fijos
select text
a software feature that allows the user to
highlight, or select, any
amount of text in a document for editing
seleccionar texto
recurso de software que permite al usuario
resaltar una cantidad
cualquiera de texto de un documento para
editarlo
copy
places a duplicate of the selected text or object on
the Clipboard
copy
pone una copia del texto u objeto seleccionado en
el
‘Clipboard’(sujetapapeles)
cut
removes the selected text or object from a
document and places it on
the Clipboard
cortar
remueve el texto u objecto seleccionado y lo pone
en el
‘Clipboard’(sujetapapeles)
paste
inserts into a document a duplicate of text or
object from the Clipboard
paste
inserta en el documento una copia del texto u
objeto que esta en el
‘Clipboard’(sujetapapeles).
undo
removes the most recent edit from a document
undo
removes the most recent edit from a document
redo
removes the most recent edit from a document
redo
desace el efecto del comando ‘undo’(rehacer).
default
a preset option in a program
opción automática
opción preestablecida en un programa
style
a set of formats for similar elements in a
document
estilo
conjunto de formatos para elementos similares de
un documento
page format
the arrangement of text on a page
formato de página
disposición del texto en una página
section
a part of a document that contains specific format
settings
sección
parte de un documento que contiene parámetros
de formato específicos
page format
the arrangement of text on a page
formato de página
disposición del texto en una página
Word processing programs are used for writing, editing, formatting, and printing. These programs
can be used for school work or sending letters. When you enter the program there is a blank sheet of
paper ready to be written on. When you create a document you need to save it to continue next
time.
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Which of the following is not a function of a
word-processing program?
A.writing
B.editing
C.scanning
D.printing
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This means using the mouse or keyboard to
move through a document.
A.editing
B.formatting
C.scrolling
D.printing
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When you type a document in a wordprocessing program, how many blank space(s)
should you insert between sentences?
A.1
B.2
C.3
D.4
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2.Which type of software do people use most
often?
A.spreadsheet
B.word processor
C.graphics
D.database
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In this typing mode, as you type new
characters, they replace any characters in front
of them.
A.insert mode
B.overtype mode
C.delete mode
D.backspace mode
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This stores cut or copied text while you work.
A.Cut command
B.Copy command
C.Select text
D.Clipboard
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You can use this command to relocate items
that are stored on the Clipboard.
A.Paste
B.Cut
C.Copy
D.New
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A document’s appearance is called its _____.
A.writing
B.editing
C.formatting
D.printing
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In a word-processing program, you press Enter
to create one of these.
A.character
B.line
C.paragraph
D.section
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10.Although a document begins as one of
these, you can divide it into multiple ones.
A.page
B.paragraph
C.section
D.format
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In word processing, the tasks of writing,
editing, formatting, and printing must be done
in that order.
A.True
B.False
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In word processing, the tasks of writing,
editing, formatting, and printing must be done
in that order.
A.True
B.False
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In addition to documents such as letters, wordprocessing programs can also be used to create
documents such as calendars or address labels.
A.True
B.False
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14.The AutoCorrect feature automatically
corrects grammar errors in a document.
A.True
B.False
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Many word-processing programs will
automatically convert two dashes into a long
(em) dash.
A.True
B.False
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A Macintosh computer always displays file
names with their extensions showing.
A.True
B.False
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The select text feature lets you highlight
anything from a word to a whole document.
A.True
B.False
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The Copy command removes the selected text
from a document and places it on the
Clipboard.
A.True
B.False
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You can move a sentence from one part of a
document to another by selecting the sentence
and dragging it.
A.True
B.False
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You can create a technical instruction guide
document using a database program.
A.True
B.False
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(-) 21.What are the four basic functions of a
word-processing program?
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(-) 22.What happens when you open a wordprocessing program?
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(-) 23.How do you open an existing file in a
word-processing program?
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(-) 24.How can you tell if text has been selected
in a document?
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(-) 25.If you are writing a document with
technical instructions, what are some of the
word-processing features that you might use to
make it readable.
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