Workshop I - Standard Bar Ruler Running head: MICROSOFT...

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Standard Bar Ruler Tab Box Font Box View selectors Status Bar Split handle Windows button, Minimize, maximize Close button Running head: MICROSOFT WORD 1 Ana G. Mendez University System School for Professional Studies Florida Campus Universidad del Turabo Microsoft Offices, Word Processor Richard A. Pinto COIS 370-Taller # 01 Marcel Andino Enero 24 2011
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Running head: MICROSOFT WORD 2 Microsoft Office Suite of products developed by Microsoft Corporation that includes Microsoft Word, Excel, Access, Publisher, PowerPoint, and Outlook. Each program serves a different purpose and is compatible with other programs included in the package. The suite of programs is compatible with both the Windows and Macintosh operating system. Microsoft Office is the most common form of software used in the western world. Word Processor Word processor, or word processing program, does exactly what the name implies. It processes words. It also processes paragraphs, pages, and entire papers. Some examples of word processing programs include Microsoft Word, WordPerfect (Windows only), AppleWorks (Mac only), and OpenOffice.org. The first word processors were basically computerized typewriters, which did little more than place characters on a screen, which could then be printed by a printer. Modern word processing programs, however, include features to customize the style of the text, change the page formatting, and may be able to add headers, footers, and page numbers to each page. Some may also include a "Word Count" option, which counts the words and characters within a document. Word processing involves the use of a computer to create, edit and print text (words, sentences, paragraphs). Letters, reports, outlines, and research papers are examples of documents created with a word processor.
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Running head: MICROSOFT WORD 3 If you are skilled in the use of a computer word processor, you can appreciate its many advantages. It is easier to make changes to your document. You can move, change, delete, save, and format all your ideas in one handy file. It frees you to express ideas more clearly and to let your thoughts flow because anything can be changed or deleted later. It allows you to organize all your work or ideas together in a file. Instead of deleting paragraphs that do not seem to fit an assignment, you can move them to the end of the file where they can be used later or in another project. It is easy to share and store word processing files electronically.
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Running head: MICROSOFT WORD 4 Recommendation Letters
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Running head: MICROSOFT WORD 5 To Whom It May Concern: It is a distinct pleasure to recommend to you my esteemed business associate and long time friend William J. Marshall. In my capacity as Vice President of Marketing at Lacotex Corporation I have worked closely with William for more than a decade. As Director of Engineering William has managed the design of more than two hundred
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