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Unformatted text preview: Jon Totaram ID#: 0470482 Cell: 321-278-7053 [email protected] TESC, October 2011 COS101-GS006 Introduction to Computers Assignment 3 Chap5 Review: 2) Working with an outliner (idea processor) is different than working with a word processor because an outliner is used to organize and collect thoughts. Outliners are used to break things down from topics, to sub-topics, to smaller details of sub-topics. This way is different from working with a word processor because the word processor places words on the screen almost exactly the way you type them. Their purposes are different. Outliners are used in a notecard fashion to write out key points, short, and direct with no very many details. Word processor can use the outliner to create a great document with structure and fill in the details whereas the outliner does not. 4) Word processing differs from text editing, because word processing can be used for text editing and also word formatting. Text editing alone is not associated with font, size, placement, editing and also word formatting....
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This note was uploaded on 03/27/2012 for the course COS 101GS taught by Professor Edwardburns during the Fall '11 term at Thomas Edison State.
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