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© Paradigm Publishing, Inc Objectives Objectives Chapter 3: Aligning and Indenting Paragraphs Performance Objectives  Change Paragraph Alignment  Indent Text in Paragraphs  Space Before and After Paragraphs  Repeat the Last Action  CHECKPOINT  Format with Format Painter  Change Line Spacing  Apply Numbering and Bullets  Reveal Formatting  Compare Formatting  CHECKPOINT © Paradigm Publishing, Inc Objectives Objectives Change Paragraph Alignment change alignment of text © Paradigm Publishing, Inc Objectives Objectives Change Paragraph Alignment - continued center aligned left aligned right aligned © Paradigm Publishing, Inc Objectives Objectives Change Paragraph Alignment - continued  Paragraph Alignment Buttons and Commands © Paradigm Publishing, Inc Objectives Objectives Change Paragraph Alignment - continued To change alignment of an existing paragraph: Select the desired text Click the desired alignment button in the Paragraph group To change alignment before you type a paragraph: Click the desired alignment button in the Paragraph group Type the desired text at the insertion point selected text © Paradigm Publishing, Inc Objectives Objectives Change Paragraph Alignment - continued To change alignment at the Paragraph dialog box: Select the desired text Click the Paragraph group dialog box launcher Click the Alignment option down-pointing arrow Click the desired alignment Click OK © Paradigm Publishing, Inc Paragraph group dialog box launcher Objectives Objectives Change Paragraph Alignment - continued paragraph alignment paragraph indentation paragraph line spacing preview pane © Paradigm Publishing, Inc Objectives Objectives Change Paragraph Alignment - continued  To return to the default alignment (left aligned), click the Align Left button in the Paragraph group Align Left button © Paradigm Publishing, Inc Objectives Objectives Change Paragraph Alignment - continued Clear All Formatting button © Paradigm Publishing, Inc 10 Objectives Objectives Repeat the Last Action   If you apply formatting to a selection of text and then want to apply the same formatting to other text in the document, consider using the Repeat command To use this command, apply the desired formatting, move the insertion point to the next location where you want the formatting applied, and press the F4 function key or press Ctrl + Y © Paradigm Publishing, Inc 28 Objectives Objectives CHECKPOINT 1) Alignment buttons are located in which group on the HOME tab? a Paragraph b Font c Styles d Clipboard 3) This is the default spacing after a paragraph a point b points c points d 10 points 2) This is the default paragraph alignment a Justify b Left c Center d Right 4) Press this function key to repeat the last action a F1 b F2 c F3 d F4 Answer Next Question © Paradigm Publishing, Inc Answer Next Question Answer Answer Next Question Next Slide 29 Objectives Objectives Format with Format Painter    The Clipboard group on the HOME tab contains a button for copying character formatting to different locations in the document This button, labeled Format Painter, displays in the Clipboard group as a paintbrush When you click the Format Painter button, the mouse I-beam pointer displays with a paintbrush attached © Paradigm Publishing, Inc 30 Objectives Objectives Format with Format Painter - continued To format with the Format Painter: Format Painter button Format the text Double-click the Format Painter button Select the text to which you would like to copy the format Click the Format Painter button to turn it off © Paradigm Publishing, Inc 31 Objectives Objectives Change Line Spacing    The default line spacing in a Word document is 1.08 In some documents, you may want to change to another line spacing such as single, 1.5 spacing, or double spacing Change line spacing by using the Line and Paragraph Spacing button in the Paragraph group on the HOME tab, keyboard shortcuts, or options at the Paragraph dialog box © Paradigm Publishing, Inc 32 Objectives Objectives Change Line Spacing - continued To change line spacing using the Line and Paragraph Spacing button: Position the insertion point or select the desired text Click the Line and Paragraph Spacing button in the Paragraph group on the HOME tab Click the desired Spacing option at the drop-down list © Paradigm Publishing, Inc Line and Paragraph Spacing button 33 Objectives Objectives Change Line Spacing - continued To change line spacing using the Paragraph dialog box: Click the HOME tab or the PAGE LAYOUT tab Click the Paragraph group dialog box launcher Click the Line Spacing option down-pointing arrow Click the desired line spacing option Click OK © Paradigm Publishing, Inc line spacing options 34 Objectives Objectives Apply Numbering and Bullets    If you type and press the spacebar, Word indents the number approximately 0.25 inch and then hang indents the text in the paragraph approximately 0.5 inch from the left margin Additionally, when you press Enter to end the first item, is inserted 0.25 inch from the left margin at the beginning of the next paragraph Continue typing items and pressing Enter, and Word continues inserting the next number in the list © Paradigm Publishing, Inc 35 Objectives Objectives Apply Numbering and Bullets - continued To turn off automatic numbering: Click the FILE tab Click Options Click Proofing in the left panel Click the AutoCorrect Options button At the AutoCorrect dialog box, click the AutoFormat As You Type tab Click the Automatic numbered lists check box to remove the check mark AutoCorrect dialog box Click OK two times © Paradigm Publishing, Inc 36 Objectives Objectives Apply Numbering and Bullets - continued To insert paragraph numbering: Select the desired text Click the Numbering button in the Paragraph group Numbering button © Paradigm Publishing, Inc 37 Objectives Objectives Apply Numbering and Bullets - continued    In addition to automatically numbering paragraphs, the AutoFormat feature in Word creates bulleted paragraphs Word automatically creates bulleted lists with hanging indents when you begin a paragraph with one of the following symbols: *, >, or - If you use the asterisk symbol (*), a round bullet is inserted, and an arrow bullet is inserted if you type the greater than symbol (>) Type one of the symbols, press the spacebar, type text, and then press the Enter key © Paradigm Publishing, Inc 38 Objectives Objectives Apply Numbering and Bullets - continued Bullets button To create bulleted paragraphs: Select the desired text Click the Bullets button in the Paragraph group on the HOME tab © Paradigm Publishing, Inc 39 Objectives Objectives Reveal Formatting  Click a hyperlink in this section to display a dialog box with formatting options  Click a minus symbol preceding a heading to hide the display of items below  Click a plus symbol to display items below the heading Reveal Formatting task pane © Paradigm Publishing, Inc 40 Objectives Objectives Compare Formatting To compare formatting: Display the Reveal Formatting task pane by pressing Shift + F1 Click or select text Click the Compare to another selection check box Click or select text Review the information in the Formatting differences list box © Paradigm Publishing, Inc Compare to another selection check box 41 Objectives Objectives CHECKPOINT 1) Use this feature to copy character formatting to different locations in the document a Format Copier b Format Painter c Format Duplicator Answer d Format Brusher 3) Word automatically indents a number or a bullet at this inch measurement a 0.10” b 0.15” c 0.20” Answer d 0.25” 2) This is the default line spacing setting a b 1.15 c 1.08 d 1.5 4) Press these keys to display the Reveal Formatting task pane a Shift + F1 b Ctrl + F1 c Alt + F1 d F1 Next Question © Paradigm Publishing, Inc Next Question Answer Answer Next Question Next Slide 42 Objectives Objectives ... âParadigmPublishing,Inc 12 Objectives Objectives Change Paragraph Alignment - continued To display the Word Options dialog box: Click the FILE tab Click Options Click Display in the left panel Insert... Before and After Paragraphs      The insertion of points of spacing after a paragraph is one of Word s default settings You can remove this spacing, increase it, or decrease it You can also insert... paragraph, such as a heading, contains spacing before it and the paragraph falls at the top of a page, Word ignores the spacing © Paradigm Publishing, Inc 24 Objectives Objectives Space Before and After
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