WORD WEB APP By Ms Abeer Helwa 1

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WORD WEB APP By: Ms. Abeer Helwa 1

WORD WEB APP By: Ms. Abeer Helwa 1

WORD WEB APP Word Web App is a limited version of Word, enabling you

WORD WEB APP Word Web App is a limited version of Word, enabling you to edit, format, and share documents online. Word Web App is free and accessible when you sign in to your One. Drive account. 2

CREATE A NEW DOCUMENT USING WORD WEB APP 1. Open https: //onedrive. live. com

CREATE A NEW DOCUMENT USING WORD WEB APP 1. Open https: //onedrive. live. com 2. Enter your username and password. 3. Click on Create then select Word document. 3

EDITING AN EXISITNG DOCUMENT USING WORD WEB APP 1. Click on the document you

EDITING AN EXISITNG DOCUMENT USING WORD WEB APP 1. Click on the document you want to edit. 2. Click on Edit Document tab. 3. Select Edit in Word Web App. Edit Document tab Edit in Word Web App 4

DOWNLOADING A DOCUMENT FROM WORD WEB APP 1. Click File tab and click Save

DOWNLOADING A DOCUMENT FROM WORD WEB APP 1. Click File tab and click Save as. 2. Click Download a Copy. 3. Then the document will be downloaded to your computer. 5

CUT, COPY, AND PASTE OPTIONS 6

CUT, COPY, AND PASTE OPTIONS 6

APPLYING FONTS AND CHANGE FONT SIZE • A font is a combination of typeface

APPLYING FONTS AND CHANGE FONT SIZE • A font is a combination of typeface and type style. • To apply a font click the Home tab and locate the Font group. Font size 7

APPLYING FONT COLOR To change the font color of previously typed text: click the

APPLYING FONT COLOR To change the font color of previously typed text: click the Font Color arrow from the Home tab and select from a gallery of colors. Font Color 8

CHANGE TEXT APPEARANCE To apply bold, underline, or italic on a text, do the

CHANGE TEXT APPEARANCE To apply bold, underline, or italic on a text, do the following: 1. Select the text to be formatted. 2. Click Bold, Italic, or Underline in the Font group on the Home tab. Click the same command to turn off the formatting effect. Bold Italic Underline 9

SUBSCRIPT AND SUPERSCRIPT Subscript is used to create small letters below the text baseline.

SUBSCRIPT AND SUPERSCRIPT Subscript is used to create small letters below the text baseline. Superscript is used to create small letters above the line of text. You can apply subscript and superscript by the following: 1. Select text to be formatted. 2. Click Subscript or Superscript in the Font group on the Home tab. subscript Superscri pt 10

TEXT HIGHLIGHT COLOR You can apply highlight color on a text by doing the

TEXT HIGHLIGHT COLOR You can apply highlight color on a text by doing the following: 1. Select text to be formatted. 2. Choose a color from Text Highlight Color in the Font group on the Home tab. Highlight Color 11

CLEAR FORMATTING To remove all formatting from the selected text you can use the

CLEAR FORMATTING To remove all formatting from the selected text you can use the Clear All Formatting tool in the Font group on the Home tab. Clear Formatting 12

CREATING LISTS There are two types of lists: numbered list and bulleted list. You

CREATING LISTS There are two types of lists: numbered list and bulleted list. You can create list by doing the following: 1) Select the text 2) Click on Bullets or Numbering in the Paragraph group on the Home tab. Bullets Numbering Bulleted list Numbered list 13

PARAGRAPH ALIGNMENT • There are four alignment options: Align Left – Center – Align

PARAGRAPH ALIGNMENT • There are four alignment options: Align Left – Center – Align Right and Justify. • Justify alignment spreads text evenly between the left and right margins so that text begins at the left margin and ends uniformly at the right margin. Align Right Align Left Justify Center 14

PARAGRAPH ALIGNMENT Centered Right aligned Left aligned Justified 15

PARAGRAPH ALIGNMENT Centered Right aligned Left aligned Justified 15

PARAGRAPH SPACING • Paragraph spacing is the amount of space between paragraphs. • To

PARAGRAPH SPACING • Paragraph spacing is the amount of space between paragraphs. • To apply a paragraph spacing: 1. Select the text 2. Click Page Layout tab. 3. In the Paragraph group, enter the value of spacing in Before or After. Spacing Before Spacing After 16

LINE SPACING • Line spacing is the amount of space between lines. • 1.

LINE SPACING • Line spacing is the amount of space between lines. • 1. 0 is a single line spacing. • 2. 0 is a double line spacing. Line spacing 17

SETTING INDENTS • An indent is a setting associated with how part of a

SETTING INDENTS • An indent is a setting associated with how part of a paragraph is distanced from one or more margins. • To apply a paragraph indentation: 1. Select the text 2. Click Page Layout tab. 3. In the Paragraph Group, enter the value of indent in Left (Before text) or Right (After text). Indents 18

SETTING INDENTS • Left indent is indenting an entire paragraph from the left margin.

SETTING INDENTS • Left indent is indenting an entire paragraph from the left margin. • Right indent is indenting an entire paragraph from the right margin. Left indent Right indent 19

FIND Find is used to search for a word or a phrase in a

FIND Find is used to search for a word or a phrase in a document. 1. Go to Home tab then click Find in the Editing group. 2. Type the word or phrase into the Search for box and then press Enter. Find 20

REPLACE Replace is used to replace a searched word or phrase in a document

REPLACE Replace is used to replace a searched word or phrase in a document by some other text. 1. Go to Home tab then click Replace in the Editing group. 2. Type the word or phrase into the Search for box and Replac the e replacement text in the Replace with box. To replace all the occurrences To replace one occurrence 21

INSERTING A PAGE BREAK Page Break is used to position the cursor on the

INSERTING A PAGE BREAK Page Break is used to position the cursor on the next page. To insert page break: 1. Click where the page break is to be placed 2. Click the Insert tab, click Page Break in the Pages group. 22

INSERTING PICTURES 1. Click to place the insertion point in the document in the

INSERTING PICTURES 1. Click to place the insertion point in the document in the location where the picture is to be inserted. 2. Click the Insert tab and click Pictures. 23

HEADERS AND FOOTERS The header is one or more lines of text at the

HEADERS AND FOOTERS The header is one or more lines of text at the top of each page. The footer is one or more lines of text at the bottom of each page. The Header and Footer commands are on the Insert tab. header footer 24

REMOVING HEADER OR FOOTER FROM THE FIRST PAGE After inserting the header or footer,

REMOVING HEADER OR FOOTER FROM THE FIRST PAGE After inserting the header or footer, select Different First Page from the Options list.

TABLES • A table is a grid of columns and rows that organizes data.

TABLES • A table is a grid of columns and rows that organizes data. • A cell is the intersection of row and column. Cell 26

INSERTING TABLES 1. Click Table in the Tables group on the Insert tab. 2.

INSERTING TABLES 1. Click Table in the Tables group on the Insert tab. 2. Drag to select the number of rows and columns to include in the table. Point to number of columns and rows to include 27

INSERTING ROWS AND COLUMNS 1. Click in the row that is to appear above

INSERTING ROWS AND COLUMNS 1. Click in the row that is to appear above the new row or the row that is to appear below the new row. If inserting a column, click in the column that is to appear to the left of the new column or click in the column that is to appear to the right of the new column. 2. To insert a new row, click Insert Above or Insert Below in the Insert group on the Layout tab. To insert a new column, click Insert Left or Insert Right in the Insert group on the Layout tab. Insert rows and columns 28

DELETING ROWS AND COLUMNS 1. Select the row or column to delete. 2. Go

DELETING ROWS AND COLUMNS 1. Select the row or column to delete. 2. Go to Layout tab. 3. Click Delete Column or Delete Row in the Delete group. Delete rows or columns 29

CELL SHADING 1. Select the cells to modify. 2. Click Cell Shading in the

CELL SHADING 1. Select the cells to modify. 2. Click Cell Shading in the Shading group on the Design tab 3. Select Shading color from the list. Shading color 30

MARGINS • Margin is the area of blank space that displays to the left,

MARGINS • Margin is the area of blank space that displays to the left, right, top, and bottom of a document, between the text and the edge of the page. • You can change margins by clicking the Page Layout tab and then click Margins in the Page Setup group. Select from one of the predefined margin settings or click Custom Margin to adjust each margin individually. Predefined margin settings Click to create custom margins 31

CHANGING PAGE ORIENTATION • There are two orientation options: portrait and landscape. • To

CHANGING PAGE ORIENTATION • There are two orientation options: portrait and landscape. • To change page orientation click Orientation on the Page Layout tab to select either Portrait or Landscape. Select Portrait or Landscape Orientation 32

PAGE SIZE You can change the page size by doing the following: 1) Click

PAGE SIZE You can change the page size by doing the following: 1) Click the Page Layout tab and then click Size in the Page Setup group 2) Select from one of the predefined size settings or click Custom Page Size to adjust width and height individually. Predefined size settings Click to create custom size 33

REVIEWING A DOCUMENT A word that is considered misspelled is underlined with a red

REVIEWING A DOCUMENT A word that is considered misspelled is underlined with a red wavy line. A word that has grammatical mistake is underlined with blue line To check an entire document click the Review tab and click Spelling in the Spelling group. Spelling 34

SAVE VS. SAVE AS • If you open a document and plan to save

SAVE VS. SAVE AS • If you open a document and plan to save it with the same file name and in the same location from which it was opened, choose Save. • Otherwise, to change the save location, the file name or type, choose Save as. 35

SELECTING TEXT IN WORD 36

SELECTING TEXT IN WORD 36

BORDERS AND SHADING • • Border is a line that surrounds a paragraph, a

BORDERS AND SHADING • • Border is a line that surrounds a paragraph, a page, a table, or an image. Shading is a background color that appears behind text in a paragraph, a page, or a table. 37