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SAVE 7. EXIT 9. The abbreviated roadmap uses colors to indicate module progress: gray means the module is beyond that activity, blue means the task being shown is covered in that activity, and black means that activity is yet to be covered. Introduction to the Windows 10 Operating System Windows 10 is the newest version of Microsoft Windows, which is a popular and widely used operating system Figure 1. An operating system OS is a set of programs that coordinate all the activities among computer or mobile device hardware.

Windows 10 desktop Figure 1 The Windows operating system simplifies the process of working with documents and apps by organizing the manner in which you interact with the computer. Windows is used to run apps. WCN Office and Windows 10 Module Windows users who have computers or devices with touch screen capability can interact with the screen using gestures. A gesture is a motion you make on a touch screen with the tip of one or more fingers or your hand.

Touch screens are convenient because they do not require a separate device for input. Table 1 presents common ways to interact with a touch screen. Activate a link built-in connection. Press a button. Run a program or an app. Click Double-tap Quickly touch and release one finger two times.

Zoom in show a smaller area on the screen, so that contents appear larger at the location of the double-tap. Double-click Press and hold Press and hold one finger to cause an action to occur, or until an action occurs.

Display a shortcut menu immediate access to allowable actions. Activate a mode enabling you to move an item with one finger to a new location. Right-click Drag, or slide Press and hold one finger on an object and then move the finger to the new location.

Move an item around the screen. Drag Scroll. Swipe Press and hold one finger and then move the finger horizontally or vertically on the screen. Select an object. Swipe from edge to display a bar such as the Action Center, Apps bar, and Navigation bar all discussed later.

Drag Stretch Move two fingers apart. Zoom in show a smaller area on the screen, so that contents appear larger. None Pinch Move two fingers together. Zoom out show a larger area on the screen, so that contents appear smaller. None If you are using your finger on a touch screen and are having difficulty completing the steps in this module, consider using a stylus. Many people find it easier to be precise with a stylus than with a finger.

In addition, with a stylus you see the pointer. If you still are having trouble completing the steps with a stylus, try using a mouse. Will your screen look different if you are using a touch screen? The Windows and Microsoft Office interfaces vary slightly if you are using a touch screen. For this reason, you might notice that your screen looks slightly different from the screens in the module. Windows users who do not have touch screen capabilities typically work with a mouse that has at least two buttons.

The pointer will reappear when you begin using the mouse. Left-handed people, however, can reverse the function of these buttons.

Table 2 explains how to perform a variety of mouse operations. Some apps also use keys in combination with the mouse to perform certain actions. For example, when you hold down the ctrl key while rolling the mouse wheel, text on the screen may become larger or smaller based on the direction you roll the wheel. The function of the mouse buttons and the wheel varies depending on the app. Position the pointer on the screen.

None Click Press and release the primary mouse button, which usually is the left mouse button. Select or deselect items on the screen or run an app or app feature. Tap Right-click Press and release the secondary mouse button, which usually is the right mouse button. Display a shortcut menu. Press and hold Double-click Quickly press and release the primary mouse button twice without moving the mouse.

Run an app or app feature. Double-tap Triple-click Quickly press and release the primary mouse button three times without moving the mouse. Select a paragraph. Triple-tap Drag Point to an item, hold down the primary mouse button, move the item to the desired location on the screen, and then release the mouse button.

Move an object from one location to another or draw pictures. Drag or slide Right-drag Point to an item, hold down the right mouse button, move the item to the desired location on the screen, and then release the right mouse button. Display a shortcut menu after moving an object from one location to another. Press and hold, then drag Rotate wheel Roll the wheel forward or backward. Scroll vertically up and down.

Swipe Free-spin wheel Whirl the wheel forward or backward so that it spins freely on its own. Scroll through many pages in seconds. Swipe Press wheel Press the wheel button while moving the mouse. Scroll continuously. None Tilt wheel Press the wheel toward the right or left. Scroll horizontally left and right. None Press thumb button Press the button on the side of the mouse with your thumb.

Scrolling scroll box scroll arrows scroll bar A scroll bar is a horizontal or vertical bar that appears when the contents of an area may not be visible completely on the screen Figure 2. A scroll bar contains scroll arrows and a scroll box that enable you to view areas that currently cannot be seen on the screen. Clicking the up and down scroll arrows moves the screen content up or down one line. You also can click above or below the scroll box to move up or down a section, or drag the scroll box up or down to move to a specific location.

Figure 2 Copyright Cengage Learning. To perform tasks using the keyboard, you press one or more keyboard keys, sometimes identified as a keyboard shortcut. Some keyboard shortcuts consist of a single key, such as the f1 key. For example, to obtain help in many apps, you can press the f1 key. This notation means to press and hold down the first key listed, press one or more additional keys, and then release all keys. Starting Windows It is not unusual for multiple people to use the same computer in a work, educational, recreational, or home setting.

Windows enables each user to establish a user account, which identifies to Windows the resources, such as apps and storage locations, a user can access when working with the computer. Each user account has a user name and may have a password and an icon, as well. A user name is a unique combination of letters or numbers that identifies a specific user to Windows. An icon is a small image that represents an object; thus, a user icon is a picture associated with a user name.

When you turn on a computer, Windows starts and displays a lock screen consisting of the time and date Figure 3. To unlock the screen, click the lock screen. This sign-in screen enables you to sign in to your user account and makes the computer available for use. Clicking the user icon begins the process of signing in, also called logging on, to your user account.

BTW Minimize Wrist Injury Computer users frequently switch between the keyboard and the mouse during a word processing session; such switching strains the wrist. To help prevent wrist injury, minimize switching. For instance, if your fingers already are on the keyboard, use keyboard keys to scroll. If your hand already is on the mouse, use the mouse to scroll. If your hand is on the touch screen, use touch gestures to scroll.

You also can connect to or disconnect from a network. Clicking the Shut down button displays a menu containing commands related to putting the computer or mobile device in a low-power state, shutting it down, and restarting the computer or mobile device.

The commands available on your computer or mobile device may differ. You may need to ask your instructor how to sign in to your account. Note: To help you locate screen elements that are referenced in the step instructions, such as buttons and commands, this book uses red boxes to point to these screen elements. Your computer may require you to type a user name instead of clicking an icon. A text box is a rectangular box in which you type text.

Why does my screen not show a Password text box? Your account does not require a password. Why does my desktop look different from the one in Figure 5? The Windows desktop is customizable, and your school or employer may have modified the desktop to meet its needs. Also, your screen resolution, which affects the size of the elements on the screen, may differ from the screen resolution used in this book.

Later in this module, you learn how to change screen resolution. You can use your fingers to press keys on a keyboard that appears on the screen, called an on-screen keyboard, or you can purchase a separate physical keyboard that attaches to or wirelessly communicates with the tablet.

The Windows Desktop The Windows 10 desktop Figure 5 and the objects on the desktop emulate a work area in an office. Think of the Windows desktop as an electronic version of the top of your desk. You can perform tasks such as placing objects on the desktop, moving the objects around the desktop, and removing items from the desktop. When you run an app in Windows 10, it appears on the desktop.

Some icons also may be displayed on the desktop. For instance, the icon for the Recycle Bin, the location of files that have been deleted, appears on the desktop by default. A file is a named unit of storage. Files can contain text, images, audio, and video. You can customize your desktop so that icons representing programs and files you use often appear on your desktop. Introduction to Microsoft Office Microsoft Office is the newest version of Microsoft Office, offering features that provide users with better functionality and easier ways to work with the various files they create.

This version of Office also is designed to work more optimally on mobile devices and online. Microsoft Office Suites A suite is a collection of individual apps available together as a unit.

Microsoft offers a variety of Office suites, including a stand-alone desktop app, Microsoft Office , and Microsoft Office Online. Microsoft Office , or Office , provides plans that allow organizations to use Office in a mobile setting while also being able to communicate and share files, depending upon the type of plan selected by the organization. Microsoft Office Online includes apps that allow you to edit and share files on the web using the familiar Office interface.

During the Office installation, you select a plan, and depending on your plan, you receive different apps and services. Office Online apps do not require a local installation and can be accessed through OneDrive and your browser. OneDrive is a cloud storage service that provides storage and other services, such as Office Online, to computer users. Apps in a suite, such as Microsoft Office, typically use a similar interface and share features.

Once you are comfortable working with the elements and the interface and performing tasks in one app, the similarity can help you apply the knowledge and skills you have learned to another app s in the suite. For example, the process for saving a file in Word is the same in PowerPoint, Excel, and some of the other Office apps.

While briefly showing how to use several Office apps, this module illustrates some of the common functions across the apps and identifies the characteristics unique to these apps. Windows provides many different ways to run an app, one of which is presented in this section other ways to run an app are presented throughout this module. After an app is running, you can use it to perform a variety of tasks. The following pages use Word to discuss some elements of the Office interface and to perform tasks that are common to other Office apps.

Word Word is a full-featured word processing app that allows you to create many types of personal and business documents, including flyers, letters, memos, resumes, reports, fax cover sheets, mailing labels, and newsletters.

Word also provides tools that enable you to create webpages and save these webpages directly on a web server. Word has many features designed to simplify the production of documents and add visual appeal. Using Word, you easily can change the shape, size, and color of text. You also can include borders, shading, tables, images, pictures, charts, and web addresses in documents. The taskbar contains the Start button, which you use to access apps, files, folders, and settings.

A folder is a named location on a storage medium that usually contains related documents. Clicking the Start button displays the Start menu. The Start menu allows you to access programs, folders, and files on the computer or mobile device and contains commands that allow you to start programs, store and search for documents, customize the computer or mobile device, and sign out of a user account or shut down the computer or mobile device. A menu is a list of related items, including folders, programs, and commands.

Each command on a menu performs a specific action, such as saving a file or obtaining help. The following steps, which assume Windows is running, use the Start menu to run an Office app and create a blank document based on a typical installation.

You may need to ask your instructor how to run an Office app on your computer. Although the steps illustrate running the Word app, the steps to run any Office app are similar. If necessary, scroll to display the app you wish to run Figure 7. Word start screen Microsoft Word is running Blank document thumbnail, or miniature image Copyright Cengage Learning.

Figure 8 May not be copied, scanned, or duplicated, in whole or in part. What happens when you run an app? Some apps provide a means for you to create a blank document, as shown in Figure 8; others immediately display a blank document in an app window, such as the Word window shown in Figure 9. A window is a rectangular area that displays data and information. Recycle Bin desktop Close button closes an open window Maximize button Word window title bar blank document created Windows taskbar displays Word app button, indicating Word is running Touch Keyboard button displays on-screen keyboard Figure 9 Other Ways 1.

Type app name in search box, click app name in results list 2. One method of displaying the entire contents of a window is to maximize it, or enlarge the window so that it fills the entire screen. A maximized window provides the most space available for using the app. What happened to the Maximize Figure 10 button? It changed to a Restore Down button, which you can use to return a window to its size and location before you maximized it.

How do I know whether a window is maximized? A window is maximized if it fills the entire display area and the Restore Down button is displayed on the title bar. Other Ways 1. Double-click title bar 2. When finished using the touch keyboard, click the X button on the touch keyboard to close the keyboard. Word Document Window, Ribbon, and Elements Common to Office Apps The Word window consists of a variety of components to make your work more efficient and documents more professional.

These include the document window, ribbon, Tell Me box, mini toolbar, shortcut menus, Quick Access Toolbar, and Microsoft Account area. Most of these components are common to other Microsoft Office apps; others are unique to Word. You view a portion of a document on the screen through a document window Figure The default preset view is Print Layout view, which shows the document on a mock sheet of paper in the document window.

Scroll Bars You use a scroll bar to display different portions of a document in the document window. At the right edge of the document window is a vertical scroll bar. If a document is too wide to fit in the document window, a horizontal scroll bar also appears at the bottom of the document window. On a scroll bar, the position of the scroll box reflects the location of the portion of the document that is displayed in the document window.

Status Bar The status bar, located at the bottom of the document window above the Windows taskbar, presents information about the document, the progress of current tasks, and the status of certain commands and keys; it also provides controls for viewing the document.

As you type text or perform certain tasks, various indicators and buttons may appear on the status bar. The left side of the status bar in Figure 11 shows the current page followed by the total number of pages in the document, the number of words in the document, and an icon to check spelling and grammar. The right side of the status bar includes buttons and controls you can use to change the view of a document and adjust the size of the displayed document.

Ribbon The ribbon, located near the top of the window below the title bar, is the control center in Word and other Office apps Figure The ribbon provides easy, central access to the tasks you perform while creating a document. The ribbon consists Copyright Cengage Learning. Each tab contains a collection of groups, and each group contains related commands.

When you run an Office app, such as Word, it initially displays several main tabs, also called default or top-level tabs. All Office apps have a Home tab, which contains the more frequently used commands. In addition to the main Picture Tools tabs, the Office apps display tool Format tab tabs, also called contextual tabs Figure 13 , when you perform certain tasks or work with objects such as pictures or tables. If you insert a picture in a Word document, for example, the Figure 13 Picture Tools tab and its related subordinate Format tab appear, collectively referred to as the Picture Tools Format tab.

When you are finished working with the picture, the Picture Tools Format tab disappears from the ribbon. Word and other Office apps determine when tool tabs should appear and disappear based on tasks you perform. Some tool tabs, such as the Table Tools tab, have more than one related subordinate tab. A gallery is a set of choices, often graphical, arranged in a grid or in a list.

Some buttons and boxes have arrows that, when clicked, also display a gallery; others always cause a gallery to be displayed when clicked. Most galleries support live preview, which is a feature that allows you to point to a gallery choice and see its effect in the document — without actually selecting the choice Figure Live preview works only if you are using a mouse; if you are using a touch screen, you will not be able to view live previews.

Some commands on the ribbon display an image to help you remember their function. When you point to a command on the ribbon, all or part of the command glows in a shade of gray, and a ScreenTip appears on the screen. A ScreenTip is an on-screen note that provides the name of the command, available keyboard shortcut s , a description of the command, and sometimes instructions for how to obtain help about the command Figure WCN Some groups on the ribbon have a small arrow in the lower-right corner, called a Dialog Box Launcher, that when clicked, displays a dialog box or a task pane with additional options for the group Figure When presented with a dialog box, you make selections and must close the dialog box before returning to the document.

A task pane, in contrast to a dialog box, is a window that can remain open and visible while you work in the document. As you type in the Tell Me box, the word-wheeling feature displays search results that are refined as you type.

The Tell Me box also lists the last five commands accessed from the box. Mini Toolbar The mini toolbar, which appears automatically based on tasks you perform, contains commands related to changing the appearance of text in a document Figure If you do not use the mini toolbar, it disappears from the screen.

The buttons, arrows, and boxes on the mini toolbar vary, depending on whether you are using Touch mode versus Mouse mode. If you right-click an item in the document window, Word displays both the mini toolbar and a shortcut menu, which is discussed in a later section in this module. All commands on the mini toolbar also exist on the ribbon. The purpose of the mini toolbar is to minimize hand or mouse movement.

The commands on the Quick Access Toolbar always are available, regardless of the task you are performing. If you primarily are using touch gestures, Touch mode will add more space between commands in menus and on the ribbon so that they are easier to tap. While touch gestures are convenient ways to interact with Office apps, not all features are supported when you are using Touch mode. If you are using a mouse, Mouse mode will not add the extra space between buttons and commands.

The Quick Access Toolbar is discussed in more depth later in the module. KeyTips If you prefer using the keyboard instead of the mouse, you can press the alt key on the keyboard to display KeyTips, or keyboard code icons, for certain commands Figure To select a command using the keyboard, press the letter or number displayed in the KeyTip, which may cause additional KeyTips related to the selected command to appear.

To remove KeyTips from the screen, press the alt key or the esc key until all KeyTips disappear, or click anywhere in the app window. Microsoft Account Area In this area, you can use the Sign in link to sign in to your Microsoft account. Once signed in, you will see your account information, as well as a picture if you have included one in your Microsoft account. The tab currently displayed is called the active tab. The following step displays the Insert tab, that is, makes it the active tab.

When working with an Office app, you may need to switch tabs to access other options for working with a document. When you are finished, click Insert on the ribbon to redisplay the Insert tab. Press ALT, press letter corresponding to tab to display 2. Each time you run an Office app, the ribbon appears the same way it did the last time you used that Office app.

The modules in this book, however, begin with the ribbon appearing as it did at the initial installation of the software. The following steps collapse, expand, and restore the ribbon in an Office app and then switch to Full Screen mode. If you need more space on the screen to work with your document, you may consider collapsing the ribbon or switching to Full Screen mode to gain additional workspace.

Home tab ribbon has been collapsed Figure 21 Copyright Cengage Learning. Why would I click the Home tab? If you want to use a command on a collapsed ribbon, click the main tab to display the groups for that tab.

After you select a command on the ribbon and resume working in the document, the groups will be collapsed once again. If you decide not to use a command on the ribbon, you can collapse the groups by clicking the same main tab or clicking in the app window. Click Home on the ribbon to expand the Home tab. Double-click a main tab on the ribbon 2.

A shortcut menu is a list of frequently used commands that relate to an object. You can use shortcut menus to access common commands quickly. When you right-click the status bar, for example, a shortcut menu appears with commands related to the status bar. When you right-click the Quick Access Toolbar, a shortcut menu appears with commands related to the Quick Access Toolbar. The following steps use a shortcut menu to move the Quick Access Toolbar, which by default is located on the title bar.

You can customize the Quick Access Toolbar by changing its location in the window, as shown in the previous steps, and by adding more buttons to reflect commands you would like to access easily.

Which commands are listed on the Customize Quick Access Toolbar menu? It lists commands that commonly are added to the Quick Access Toolbar.

May not be copied, scanned, Figure 28 or duplicated, in whole or in part. By default, Word positions text at the left margin as you type. The following steps type this first line of a flyer. To begin creating a flyer, for example, you type the headline in the document window.

What is the blinking vertical bar to the right of the text? The blinking bar is the insertion point, which indicates where text, graphics, and other items will be inserted in the document.

As you type, the insertion point moves to the right, and when you reach the end of a line, it moves down to the beginning of the next line. Why did blank space appear between the entered text and the insertion point? Depending on your settings, Office may or may not insert a blank space between the two paragraphs.

Why would you want to assign document properties to a document? When you save the file, the Office app Word, in this case will save the document properties with the file.

The following steps change document properties. Adding document properties will help you identify characteristics of the file without opening it. What is the Backstage view? The Backstage view contains a set of commands that enable you to manage documents and provides data about the documents. When you save a document, the computer or mobile device places it on a storage medium, such as a hard disk, solid state drive SSD , USB flash drive, or optical disc.

The storage medium can be permanent in your computer, may be portable where you remove it from your computer, or may be on a web server you access through a network or the Internet. A saved document is referred to as a file. A file name is the name assigned to a file when it is saved. When saving files, you should organize them so that you easily can find them later.

Windows provides tools to help you organize files. Depending on your Windows settings, the file type. The file type. Printing a Document What is the best method for distributing a document? The traditional method of distributing a document uses a printer to produce a hard copy.

A hard copy or printout is information that exists on a physical medium, such as paper. The electronic image of the document can be sent as an email attachment, posted on a website, or copied to a portable storage medium, such as a USB flash drive. In Word, you can create electronic image files through the Save As dialog box and the Export, Share, and Print tabs in the Backstage view.

Printing a document enables you to distribute it to others in a form that can be read or viewed but typically not edited. Society encourages users to contribute to green computing, which involves reducing the electricity consumed and environmental waste generated when using computers, mobile devices, and related technologies. Because you want to see how the text will appear on paper, you want to print a hard copy on a printer. The following steps print a hard copy of the contents of the document.

How can I print multiple copies of my document? Increase the number in the Copies box in the Print gallery. What if I decide not to print the document at this time? Click the Back button in the upper-left corner of the Backstage view to return to the document window.

If necessary, click the Printer Status button to display a list of available printer options and then click the desired printer to change the currently selected printer.

What if I want to print an electronic image of a document instead of a hard copy? Figure 34 Other Ways 1. This data can range from a research paper to an accounting spreadsheet to an electronic math quiz.

You should organize and store files in folders to avoid misplacing a file and to help you find a file quickly. If you are taking an introductory computer class CIS , for example , you may want to design a series of folders for the different subjects covered in the class.

To accomplish this, you can arrange the folders in a hierarchy for the class, as shown in Figure The first level contains the storage medium, such as a hard drive. The second level contains the class folder CIS , in this case , and the third level contains seven folders, one each for a different Office app that will be covered in the class Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Access, Outlook, Publisher, and OneNote. When the hierarchy in Figure 35 is created, the storage medium is said to contain the CIS folder, and the CIS folder is said to contain the separate Office folders i.

In addition, this hierarchy easily can be expanded to include folders from other classes taken during additional semesters. The vertical and horizontal lines in Figure 35 form a pathway that allows you to navigate to a drive or folder on a computer or network.

A path consists of a drive letter preceded by a drive name when necessary and colon, to identify the storage device, and one or more folder names. A hard disk typically has a drive letter of C.

Each drive or folder in the hierarchy has a corresponding path. By default, Windows saves documents in the Documents folder, music in the Music folder, photos in the Pictures folder, videos in the Videos folder, and downloads in the Downloads folder.

The following pages illustrate the steps to organize the folders for this class and save a file in one of those folders: 1. Create the folder identifying your class. Create the Word folder in the folder identifying your class. Save a file in the Word folder. Verify the location of the saved file.

A folder name should describe the folder and its contents. The same rules for naming folders also apply to naming files. The following steps create a class folder CIS , in this case in the Documents folder. When storing files, you should organize the files so that it will be easier to find them later. If necessary, doubleclick This PC in the navigation pane to expand the contents of your computer. Click the Documents folder in the navigation pane to display the contents of the Documents folder in the file list Figure Why is the folder icon displayed differently on my computer or mobile device?

Windows might be configured to display contents differently on your computer or mobile device. The class folder CIS , in this case is displayed in the file list, which contains the folder name, date modified, type, and size.

Recall that a folder is a specific named location on a storage medium that contains related files. Most users rely on folder windows for finding, viewing, and managing information on their computers. Folder windows have common design elements, including the following shown in Figure The arrows on the address bar allow you to visit different locations on the computer or mobile device.

You can type a term in the search box for a list of files, folders, shortcuts, and elements containing that term within the location you are searching. This ribbon works similarly to the ribbon in the Office apps. By default, this list contains links only to your Desktop, Downloads, Documents, and Pictures. The following step creates a Word folder in the CIS folder or the folder identifying your class.

To be able to organize your files, you should create a folder structure. Click the New folder button on the Quick Access Toolbar to create a new folder with the name, New folder, selected in a text box folder. Type Word in the text box as the new folder name. New folder button folder opened Word folder created Figure 39 Other Ways 1.

You might want to expand a folder in the navigation pane to view its contents, scroll through its contents, and collapse it when you are finished viewing its contents. When a folder is expanded, you can see all the folders it contains. By contrast, a collapsed folder hides the folders it contains. The following steps expand, scroll through, and then collapse the folder identifying your class CIS , in this case. Drag the scroll box up or click the scroll bar above the scroll box to move the scroll box to the top of the navigation pane.

Drag the scroll box down the scroll bar until the scroll box is halfway down the scroll bar. Why are some folders indented below others? A folder contains the indented folders below it. Point to display arrows in navigation pane, click arrow to expand or collapse To Switch from One App to Another 2. Word, however, currently is not the active window. You can use the button on the taskbar and live preview to switch to Word and then save the document in the Word document window.

By clicking the appropriate app button on the taskbar, you can switch to the open app you want to use. The steps below switch to the Word window; however, the steps are the same for any active Office app currently displayed as a button on the taskbar. What if I am using a touch screen? Live preview will not work if you are using a touch screen. If you are using a touch screen and do not have a mouse, proceed to Step 2.

What if multiple documents are open in an app? Click the desired live preview to switch to the window you want to use. Without saving a file, you may lose all the work you have done and will be unable to reuse or share it with others later. The following steps save a file in the Word folder contained in your class folder CIS , in this case using the file name, National Monuments. Click the Save As tab to display the Save As gallery. Publication date. Print length.

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