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  2. 2. ICTL for Secondary School - Word Processing Module 1 MODULE 1 INTRODUCTION TO MICROSOFT WORD 2003 Curriculum Development Centre Ministry of Education Malaysia
  3. 3. ICTL for Secondary School - Word Processing Module 2 1. Name of Module : Introduction to Microsoft Word 2003 2. Learning Outcomes:The students should be able to: a. State the steps to launch word processing software b. Launch a Word Processing application c. State and identify the features in word processing application d. List at least 3 main toolbars in MS Word e. List buttons in Standard, Formatting and Drawing toolbars. f. State the function buttons in Standard, Formatting and Drawing toolbars. g. Create a new document by using word processing software h. Key in the data into a new document using keyboard i. Save the new document with a new file name j. Print Document 3. Knowledge and Skills: a. Open, Save and Close document b. Create New Document c. Close Document d. Exit Application e. Type text f. Print Preview g. Print document 4. Module Summary: At the end of the module, student should be able to produce an article and a poem.
  4. 4. ICTL for Secondary School - Word Processing Module 3 This module contains 10 activities: Activity 1: Launching Microsoft Word Activity 2: Exiting Microsoft Word Activity 3: Creating a new document Activity 4: Setting Page Setup Activity 5: Entering Text Activity 6: Saving a document Activity 7: Closing a document Activity 8: Typing a new document Activity 9: Reviewing existing document Activity 10: Printing document
  5. 5. ICTL for Secondary School - Word Processing Module 4 Activity 1: Launching Microsoft Word Click Start button at the Task Bar 1. Click All Programs 2. Click Microsoft Office and select Microsoft Word application.
  6. 6. ICTL for Secondary School - Word Processing Module 5 3. Document1 will appear on the screen as shown below 4. Screen elements common to Microsoft Word 2003 Menu bar ToolbarsTitle bar Status bar Minimize, maximize, and restore buttonsInsertion Point Close button Work area contains Vertical scroll Horizontal scroll bar Document view buttons Ruler Task
  7. 7. ICTL for Secondary School - Word Processing Module 6 Scroll bars - displays different parts of a file on screen Status bar - identifies active application features and location Ruler The Ruler is generally found below the main toolbars. The Ruler is used to change the format of your document faster. To display the Ruler; 1. Click View on the Menu bar. 2. The option Ruler should have a check mark next to it. If it has a check mark next to it, press Esc on the keyboard to close the menu. If it does not have a check mark next to it, continue to the next step. 3. Click Ruler. The ruler now appears below the toolbars. Title bar The Title bar is located at the top of the screen. On the Title bar, Microsoft Word displays the name of the document on which you are currently working. At the top of your screen, you would see "Document1 – Microsoft Word". Menu Bar The Menu bar is generally found directly below the Title bar. The Menu bar displays the menu beginning with the word File and continues with Edit, View, Insert, Format, Tools, Table, Window, and Help. You use the menus to give instructions to the software. Point to a menu option and click to see a pull-down menu. You can now use the left and right arrow keys on your keyboard to move left and right across the Menu bar options. You can use the up and down arrow keys to move up and down the pull-down menu. Page Current Page/ Total Pages Section Line number of the insertion point’s current position Vertical Position of the insertion point Column number of the insertion point’s current position
  8. 8. ICTL for Secondary School - Word Processing Module 7 To select an option, click on Edit in the Menu Bar. Use the arrow keys to move to Select All on the pull-down menu and press Enter, all the text in the document will be highlighted. To remove the highlighted text, click the cursor anywhere on the screen. An ellipse or a right arrow after a menu item in the pull down menu means there are additional options. If you select that menu item, a dialog box appears. Items in grey are not available. Toolbars provide shortcuts to menu commands. Toolbars are generally located just below the Menu bar to provide single click access to tasks performed most frequently. Point the mouse pointer to any of the icon to see screen tips. 1. Standard Toolbar 2. Formatting Toolbar 3. Drawing Toolbar ellipse
  9. 9. ICTL for Secondary School - Word Processing Module 8 Activity 2: Exiting Microsoft Word 1. Click File on the menu bar and click Exit. If the Exit command does not appear, you can click the arrow in the menu to extend. 2. The menu will appear like this. 3. Click Exit to exit Microsoft Word application. Click the arrow to extend the menu Recently used file list It may vary depending on your computer
  10. 10. ICTL for Secondary School - Word Processing Module 9 Activity 3: Creating a New Document 1. Launch the Microsoft Word application. 2. A new document (Document1) is created. Activity 4: Page Setup 1. Click File on the menu bar, and click Page Setup on the pull-down menu. If the Page Setup does not appear, click the arrow to extend the menu. 2. Page Setup dialog box will appear. If necessary click on the Margins tab.
  11. 11. ICTL for Secondary School - Word Processing Module 10 3. Click the up or down arrows on the right of the Top, Bottom, Left and Right text boxes to increase or decrease the margin settings. Set all the four margins to 1”. Click OK and the new margin will be applied to your new document. Note: If the margins are in metric unit, please refer to your teacher. Activity 5: Entering Text 1. Type the text below in your new document. The word will be typed automatically at the insertion point (flashing vertical bar on the screen). You do not need to press the Enter key at the end of a line while typing. The word will move automatically down to the next line. Press the Space bar to insert a space between the words. Tigers live in hot jungles as well as in cold forests. All wild tigers live in Asia. Some of them also live in the snowy forests of Siberia. Others live in the humid jungles of Sumatra. And some live in the dry grasslands of India.
  12. 12. ICTL for Secondary School - Word Processing Module 11 2. If you make a mistake while typing you can delete it by pressing Backspace or Delete key on the keyboard. Place the cursor in front of the word you wish to delete. 3. At the end of the word India, press Enter. The cursor goes automatically to the next line. Press Enter whenever you want to start a new paragraph. Press Caps Lock key on the keyboard, and type the following text. Your new text will look like this: 4. To type exclamation mark, press Shift key and ‘!’ key on the keyboard simultaneously. At the end of the word SLEEP! Press Enter, to move the cursor to a new line. Press Caps Lock key, and continue typing until you complete the paragraph. 5. At the end of the word food! press Enter. The insertion point will move down creating a new paragraph. Press and hold Shift key, then type the following words. Notice that when you hold the shift key, the letters will be in the upper case. TIGERS DO EAT PEOPLE – 6. Release the Shift key and continue typing the text. The entire text will be typed in the lower case. A TIGER IS A POWERFUL JUMPER AND CAN EASILY LEAP TEN FEET (THREE METERS) OFF THE GROUND. TIGERS CAN RUN 35 MILES PER HOUR! THAT'S REALLY FAST. WHETHER IN THE WILD OR IN CAPTIVITY, THE TIGER LOVES TO SLEEP! Tigers always live in forests because they offer places to hide. Tigers do not like big open spaces. Tigers like to hide, because they hunt by sneaking up on their prey. If they didn't have grasses or trees to hide behind they will never get food! TIGERS DO EAT PEOPLE-but only in very unusual situations! Sometimes people roam where tigers live. A sick or injured tiger finds it easier to attack a person than to hunt for its usual prey.
  13. 13. ICTL for Secondary School - Word Processing Module 12 7. When you have finished typing, the whole document will appear as below. 8. Follow the next activity to save your new document. Activity 6: Saving a Document You can use the Save As command in File on the bar menu to save the document for the first time. There are a few options to save your document. You can choose any one. A : Save in My Document The following examples show how you can save a document in My Document. This document will be saved as tiger.doc. 1. Click File on the bar menu. i. File ii. Save As
  14. 14. ICTL for Secondary School - Word Processing Module 13 2. Click Save As, and the Save As dialog box will appear. The document will be saved as tiger.doc file in My Documents folder. .doc is the extension for all Microsoft Word files, and it will be given automatically when you save your file. (i) Click the Save in drop down arrow to select the directory to save your document. (ii) Type file name ‘tiger’ here (iii) Click Save
  15. 15. ICTL for Secondary School - Word Processing Module 14 B. Save in Floppy Disk The following example shows how you can save a new document in a Floppy disk. The document will be saved as tiger.doc. 1. Click File on the menu bar. 2. Click Save As, the Save As dialog box will appear. Follow the next instruction to continue saving your document. File Save As
  16. 16. ICTL for Secondary School - Word Processing Module 15 The document will be saved as tiger.doc file in Floppy A drive. Note: Make sure you have inserted a diskette in Floppy A drive before you save, otherwise your computer will not be able to detect the drive. (i) Click the Save in drop down menu to select the directory to save your document. (ii) Double click My Computer (iii) Double click Floppy A:. (v) Type file name ‘tiger’ here (iv) Folder name
  17. 17. ICTL for Secondary School - Word Processing Module 16 C: Save in your own folder The following examples show how you can save your document in your own folder. This document will be saved as tiger.doc. 1. Click File on the menu bar. 2. Click Save As; the Save As dialog box will appear. 3. New Folder dialog box will appear. Click Create New Folder, and type your folder name as shown below. Click OK. File Save
  18. 18. ICTL for Secondary School - Word Processing Module 17 The document will be save as try.doc file in Floppy A drive 4. If you close the document before you save it, the following dialog box will be displayed. Click Yes to close and save the document. Click No if you do not want to save your document. 4. Type tiger in the file name. Then click Save. (i) Click Create New Folder (ii) Type your folder name. Example: Siti Noliza 1A1 (i) Type file name ‘tiger’ here (ii) Click Save (iii) Click OK
  19. 19. ICTL for Secondary School - Word Processing Module 18 Activity 7: Closing a Document 1. Click File on the Menu bar. If the Close command does not appear, you can click the arrow to extend the menu. 2. The menu will appear like this. Click the arrow to extend the menu
  20. 20. ICTL for Secondary School - Word Processing Module 19 3. Click Close to close the current document ‘tiger’. Notice that you are still in Microsoft Word application. Activity 8: Typing a New Document 1. Click File on the menu bar. Then Click New to create a new document or click on the Standard Toolbar. 2. New document will appear as Document2.
  21. 21. ICTL for Secondary School - Word Processing Module 20 9. Type the title of the poem below in your new document. At the end of the title, press Enter. Then type the name of the poet. . 10. Press Enter twice to move the cursor down two lines. 11. Start typing the poem. Press Enter at the end of every line. 12. Remember to press the Shift key and the letter you want simultaneously, if you want to type it in the upper case as for example; ‘I’ in ’Innisfree’. When you have finished typing, your document will appear as below. 13. Save your document as poem.doc in your own folder. Lake Isle Of Innisfree by W.B.Yeats Lake Isle Of Innisfree by W.B.Yeats I will arise and go now, and go to Innisfree And a small cabin build there, of clay and wattles made. Nine bean-rows will I have there, a hive for the honey bee; And live alone in the bee-loud glade
  22. 22. ICTL for Secondary School - Word Processing Module 21 Activity 9: Previewing Document Before printing the document, you can view your document. Print Preview will display the document you have created before printing. 1. Click File on the menu bar. Then Click Print Preview or click on the Standard Toolbar. 2. Your document will be displayed. Print Preview Preview Toolbar
  23. 23. ICTL for Secondary School - Word Processing Module 22 You can change Print Preview using the following steps: (i) Select the number of pages that need to be viewed (ii) To reduce the screen preview(100% is the normal size ) Notes: 50% - half of the normal size 100% - normal size (iii) Print Document (iv) Close the Print Preview 3. Click Close. Click zoom control Click this button to review more than one page Click Print Button from Toolbar to print the document Click Close button from Toolbar to close the print preview
  24. 24. ICTL for Secondary School - Word Processing Module 23 Activity 10: Printing Document 1. Click File on the Menu bar and Click Print or Click the Print button on the Standard toolbar. 2. The Print dialog box will appear. 3. Click printer name and select your printer.
  25. 25. ICTL for Secondary School - Word Processing Module 24 4. Select option in the Page range menu to print the document. Notes: To print more than one copy of the document or a selected page, use the following steps: • All – print the whole document. • Current Page – Print the current page only. • Pages – Print selected pages only. Specify the pages that you want to print. For example: type 3-10 to print page 3 until page10. 5. Specify number of copies you want to print. 6. Click OK from Print dialog box to start printing. 7. Close poem.doc and Exit application. Specify the number of copies you want to print Click one of the option buttons to print the selected page.
  26. 26. ICTL for Secondary School - Word Processing Module 25 Exercise: 1. Type the text below in a new document, then save it as quotations.doc. QUOTATIONS If you failed to plan, you plan to fail. Procrastination is the thief of time. Time and tide wait for no man. All work and no play make Jack a dull boy. Perseverance is the key to success. Laugh at your mistakes but learn from them. Joke over your troubles but gather strength from them. Make fun of your difficulties but overcome them. Kind hearts are the garden Kind thoughts are the roots Kind words are the blossoms Kind deeds are the fruits. 2. Create a new document again, and type the following text. Save your document as computer.doc. BASIC COMPUTER SKILLS ON THE INTERNET COMPUTERS are a part of our everyday lives, so learning the basic skills is very important. The study of computers is called Computer Science, and surfing through our category of the same name, found lots of helpful information on how to get comfortable with computers. First, it helps to know some basic vocabulary so you will understand what you are reading. Once you have mastered those terms, you can begin computer lessons for kids and small adults. Taken from ‘estidotmy’ magazine 3. Print both documents.
  27. 27. ICTL for Secondary School - Word Processing Module 26 MODULE 2 EDITING (1) AN EXISTING DOCUMENT Curriculum Development Centre Ministry of Education Malaysia
  28. 28. ICTL for Secondary School - Word Processing Module 27 1. Name of Module : Editing (1) An Existing Document 2. Learning outcomes : The students should be able to : a. List at least 3 main toolbars in MS Word b. List buttons in the standard, formatting and drawing toolbars. 3. Knowledge and Skills: a. Open an existing document b. Select and move text c. Cut and paste text d. Copy and paste text e. Delete text f. Change font size, type and style g. Apply Bold, Italic and Underline. 4. Module Summary : This module contains 8 activities: Activity 1: Opening an existing document Activity 2: Selecting text Activity 3: Moving text (Cut and paste text ) Activity 4: Copying and pasting text Activity 5: Deleting a text Activity 6: Selecting a font and font size Activity 7: Applying Bold, Italic and Underline Activity 8: Practice
  29. 29. ICTL for Secondary School - Word Processing Module 28 Activity 1: Opening An Existing Document To edit an existing document, you need to open the document. This document will be used for all activities in this module. The following procedure shows different techniques of opening the existing documents or you can open this file from the location you saved in Module 1. (The existing document to be opened is poem.doc ) 1. To open poem.doc from My Document folder : 3. Launch the Microsoft Word application. 4. Click File on the bar menu, then click Open… on the pull down menu. 5. An Existing Document dialog box will appear. 2. To open poem.doc from folder . (Example : Folder Afiqah) a). Launch the Microsoft Word application. b). Click File on the bar menu, then click Open… on the pull down menu. c). An Existing Document dialog box will appear. i) Click the ‘Look in:’ drop down menu to select the location to open your document. Open an existing document (iii) Click Open (ii) Double click your selected folder as shown
  30. 30. ICTL for Secondary School - Word Processing Module 29 3. To open poem.doc from 3½ Floppy Disk. a). Launch the Microsoft Word application. b). Click File on the bar menu, then click Open… on the pull down menu. c). An Existing Document dialog box will appear. i) Click the ‘Look in:’ drop down menu to select the location to open your document. (iii) Click Open i) Click the ‘Look in:’ drop down menu to select the location to open your document. (iii) Click Open (ii) Double click your selected document as shown (ii) Double click your selected document as shown
  31. 31. ICTL for Secondary School - Word Processing Module 30 Activity 2: Selecting A Text. To move or change the format of a text, select the text you want to edit. The text will appear light against dark background on your screen. 1. Open existing file ‘poem.doc’ found in Module 1. Lake Isle Of Innisfree By W.B.Yeats I will arise and go now, and go to Innisfree And a small cabin build there, of clay and wattles made. Nine bean-rows will I have there, a hive for the honey bee; And live alone in the bee-loud glade 2. Click the mouse at the end of the word ‘glade’ and press Enter twice. 3. Then, type the text below. And I shall have some peace there, for peace comes dropping slow; Dropping from the veils of the morning to where the cricket sings; There midnight’s all a glimmer, and noon a purple glow And evening full of the linnet’s wings. 4. To select one word, double-click on the word ‘innisfree’ in the first line poem 5. To select a sentence, hold down the Ctrl key and click anywhere on the i. sentence in line 4. 6. Select a single line of text, click once in the left margin with the mouse arrow a. next to the line 6 to be selected. Lake Isle Of Innisfree By W.B.Yeats
  32. 32. ICTL for Secondary School - Word Processing Module 31 7. To select a block of text (first stanza), click at word ‘I’ at first stanza and hold the left-mouse button, and drag down to last word ‘glade’ of the selected text. 8. To select the entire document, press Ctrl+A or click Edit, and then click Select All 9. Save the document. Activity 3: Moving Text (Cut And Paste Text). The feature used to move text from one place to another is called cut and paste. The original text is deleted and placed at a new location. 1. Open the same document as above. 2. Move text using Cut button on standard toolbars button. a). Select the text in line 1 and 2 to be moved. b). Click on the Cut button on the standard toolbars button. The text will be removed from the document and stored in the windows clipboard. c). Place cursor between the stanza 1 and stanza 2. The blinking insertion point will appear at this location. Place the cursor here
  33. 33. ICTL for Secondary School - Word Processing Module 32 6. Click on the Paste button . The text will appear at the new location. 3. To move text using right-mouse button a). Select the first stanza b). Make sure the pointer is at the highlighted text. Click right-mouse button to display the menu. c) Place the cursor after the last line as shown below.. The blinking insertion point will appear at this location. The text appear at here Click on the Cut button. The text will be removed from the document and stored on the Windows Clipboard
  34. 34. ICTL for Secondary School - Word Processing Module 33 d). The text will appear at the new location. 4. To move a text using the Cut button from the menu bar a). Press Enter once b). Select the text from the phrase ‘I will …’ to the last line ending with ‘…bee-loud glade’. i). Place the cursor after the last line ii). Click right-mouse button The new text will appear here. iii). Click Paste button Lake Isle Of Innisfree By W.B.Yeats And I shall have some peace there, for peace comes dropping slow; Dropping from the veils of the morning to where the cricket sings; There midnight’s all a glimmer, and noon a purple glow And evening full of the linnet’s wings. I will arise and go now, and go to Innisfree And a small cabin build there, of clay and wattles made. Nine bean-rows will I have there, a hive for the honey bee; And live alone in the bee-loud glade ii)Click Paste button
  35. 35. ICTL for Secondary School - Word Processing Module 34 c). Place the cursor the next line after the author’s name. i). Selected text ii). Click Edit button from menu bar. iii). The Edit menu will appear . Click Cut button . iii). Click Paste button i). Place the cursor here. ii). Click Edit button from menu bar.
  36. 36. ICTL for Secondary School - Word Processing Module 35 d). The text will appear at the new location. 5. Save the document. The text appears here
  37. 37. ICTL for Secondary School - Word Processing Module 36 Activity 4: Copying and Pasting a Text. Copy text will leave the text in its original location while a copy of it is placed on the Windows Clipboard. 1. Open the same document as above. 2. Copy and paste text using Copy button and Paste button on standard toolbars. a). Select the whole text in stanza 2 to be copied. b). Place the cursor in front of the title. The blinking insertion point will appear at this location. i). Select the text ii). Click Copy button
  38. 38. ICTL for Secondary School - Word Processing Module 37 c). The text will appear at the new location. 2. Copy text using right-mouse button a). Select the text in line 5 and 6 to be copied. The text will appear here i). Place the cursor here ii). Click Paste button
  39. 39. ICTL for Secondary School - Word Processing Module 38 b) Place the cursor before the first letter of the first line. The blinking insertion point will appear at this location. c). The text will appear at the new location. i). Place the mouse here ii). Click right-mouse button iii). Click Paste button i). Select the text ii). Click right- mouse iii). Click on the Copy button.
  40. 40. ICTL for Secondary School - Word Processing Module 39 3. Move text using Copy and Paste button from the menu bar a). Select the text in line 7 to be moved. b) Place the cursor after the last line as shown below.. The blinking insertion point will appear at this location. i). Selected text . ii). Click Edit button from menu bar. iii). The Edit menu will appear . Click Copy button . The text appears here
  41. 41. ICTL for Secondary School - Word Processing Module 40 c). The text will appear at the new location. The text placed in the last paragraph iii). Click Paste buttoni). Click at last line ii). Click Edit button from menu bar.
  42. 42. ICTL for Secondary School - Word Processing Module 41 Activity 5: Deleting A Text. You can delete unwanted text – a letter, a word, a paragraph at a time, or any combination of the above. There are two common keys to delete text. These are the Backspace and Delete key. Pressing the Backspace key will delete one letter at a time to the left of the intersection point; pressing the Delete key will delete one letter at a time to the left of the intersection point. You will learn about these two common keys to delete text in module 3. 1. Open the same document as above. 2. Delete text using Cut button on standard toolbars. a). Select text in line 3 to 8 to be deleted. b). The text will be deleted and the document will appear as shown below. i). Select the text ii). Click Cut button
  43. 43. ICTL for Secondary School - Word Processing Module 42 2. Delete text using right-mouse button a). Select the text in line 5 and 6 to be copied. b). The text will be deleted and the document will appear as shown below. iii). Click Cut button. i). Select the text ii). Click right- mouse button
  44. 44. ICTL for Secondary School - Word Processing Module 43 3. Delete text using Cut button from the menu bar a). Select the text in line 13 to be deleted. b). The text will be deleted and the document will be appear as below. i). Select text in line 13. ii). Click Edit button from menu bar. iii). Click Cut button .
  45. 45. ICTL for Secondary School - Word Processing Module 44 4. Delete text using Delete button from the keyboard a). Select the last line to be deleted. b). The text will be deleted and the document will appear as shown below. i)Select the last line ii) Click the Delete button on keyboard
  46. 46. ICTL for Secondary School - Word Processing Module 45 Activity 6 : Selecting A Font And Font Size. The name of the currently selected font and font size for selected text is displayed on the Font and Font drop-down lists on the toolbar. 1. Open the same document as above. 2. Choosing a font Choose a font such as “Times New Roman” if you want the text to be modern and businesslike, or choose a font like Monotype Corsiva for a handwritten style! For changing the font of a text, take the following steps : a). Select the text in first line to be formatted. b). Click on the down arrow to the right of the Font drop down list. A list of fonts will appear. c). Make your selection Activity 7 : Applying Bold, Italic and Underline. 1. Select the title in the poem Lake Isle Of Innisfree i. Select title ii. Click Bold
  47. 47. ICTL for Secondary School - Word Processing Module 46 2. Click ‘bold’ icon . All the title text are Bold. 3. Select the author’s name in poem. Click italic and underline icon. 4. The text will appear as shown below. 5. Save the document. Activity 8 : Practice 4. Type the sentence below: Living in the urban area is better than living in the rural area 5. Change the whole sentence to Algerian font, size 20 or any other font that available on your computer. 6. Then change location between urban and rural using cut and paste instruction. Bold text Italic and Underline text
  48. 48. ICTL for Secondary School - Word Processing Module 47 MODULE 3 Editing II Curriculum Development Centre Ministry of Education Malaysia
  49. 49. ICTL for Secondary School - Word Processing Module 48 1. Name of Module : Editing II 2. Learning Outcomes : Students should be able to: a. Type and format poem using word processing. b. Save the poem. c. Print the poem. 3. Knowledge And Skills : a. Typing text b. Spelling correction - Delete - Backspace - Insert c. Formatting text - Change case - Alignment - Borders and Shading - Line Spacing d. Saving the document e. Printing the document 4. Module Summary: At the end of the module, students should be able to print the poem as shown below: LAKE ISLE OF INNISFREE by W.B.Yeats I will arise and go now, and go to Innisfree And a small cabin build there, of clay and wattles made. Nine bean-rows will I have there, a hive for the honey bee; And live alone in the bee-loud glade And I shall have some peace there, for peace comes dropping slow; Dropping from the veils of the morning to where the cricket sings; There midnight’s all a glimmer, and noon a purple glow And evening full of the linnet’s wings. I will arise and go now, for always night and day I hear lake water lapping with low sounds by the shore While I stand on the roadway, or on the pavements grey, I hear it in the deep heart’s core
  50. 50. ICTL for Secondary School - Word Processing Module 49 Activities: Activity 1: Using Change Case Activity 2: Changing Alignment Of Text Activity 3: Changing The Space Between The Lines Activity 4: Changing Borders and Shading Of Text Activity 5: Typing The Poem Activity 6: Correcting Spelling Activity 7: Saving The Documents Activity 8: Printing The Poem Activity 1: Using Change Case There are five sub-mains in formatting to change case such as sentence case, lower case, upper case, title case and toggle case. For example, lower case can be changed to upper case by using Change Case. Follow the steps below. 1. Create a new document 2. Type the sentences as seen in the box below: 3. Click on the first letter ‘W’ of the sentence, press and hold shift button on the keyboard and at the same time click the letter ‘m’ at the end of the word atom. 4. Both of the sentences will be highlighted. 5. On the menu bar, click Format. 6. Then select Change Case. Water is a compound made up of two elements, hydrogen and oxygen. Each water molecule consists of two hydrogen atoms and one oxygen atom.
  51. 51. ICTL for Secondary School - Word Processing Module 50 7. A dialog box appears, select UPPERCASE and click OK. (Uppercase is used to change words into capital letters) 8. Uppercase will automatically change the sentences as shown below: 9. Highlight the sentences. Repeat step 3 and 5. 10. Select lowercase and click OK. 11. Lowercase will automatically change the sentences as shown below: 12. Next, highlight the sentences again. Repeat step 4 and 5. 13. Select Title Case and click OK. Title Case will capitalize the first letter of each word. 14. Title Case will automatically change the sentences as shown below: 15. Highlight the sentences and repeat step 4 and 5. 16. Select Sentence Case and click OK. 17. The sentences will appear as below: 18. Save this document (in Step 17) as ‘Water.doc’. WATER IS A COMPOUND MADE UP OF TWO ELEMENTS, HYDROGEN AND OXYGEN. EACH WATER MOLECULE CONSISTS OF TWO HYDROGEN ATOMS AND ONE OXYGEN ATOM. water is a compound made up of two elements, hydrogen and oxygen. each water molecule consists of two hydrogen atoms and one oxygen atom. Water Is A Compound Made Up Of Two Elements, Hydrogen And Oxygen. Each Water Molecule Consists Of Two Hydrogen Atoms And One Oxygen Atom. Water is a compound made up of two elements, hydrogen and oxygen. Each water molecule consists of two hydrogen atoms and one oxygen atom.
  52. 52. ICTL for Secondary School - Word Processing Module 51 Activity 2 : Changing Alignment Of Text Alignment is used to enhance the appearance of the document. The alignment buttons are as follows: Align Left Justify Center Align Right 1. Open the document – Water.doc found in Activity 1 2. Highlight the text. 3. On the formatting toolbar, click the Align Right button. 4. The text displays the new alignment. 5. Next, highlight the text again, click the Center button. 6. The text displays the new alignment. 7. Save the document as ‘Water1.doc’. Water is a compound made up of two elements, hydrogen and oxygen. Each water molecule consists of two hydrogen atoms and one oxygen atom. Water is a compound made up of two elements, hydrogen and oxygen. Each water molecule consists of two hydrogen atoms and one oxygen atom.
  53. 53. ICTL for Secondary School - Word Processing Module 52 Activity 3 : Changing The Space Between The Lines Line spacing is used to change the space between lines of text in a document. This makes a document easier to review and edit. There are two ways to change the line spacing; one by using menu bar, and another by clicking on the button found in the formatting toolbar. 1. Open existing ‘Water1.doc’ document in Activity 2. 2. Highlight the text. 3. On the menu bar, select Format and click Paragraph from the pull down 4. A dialog box ‘Paragraph’ appears. 5. Click at Indents and Spacing tab. 5. At ‘Line Spacing’, select ‘double’ in the pull down and click OK. 6. The text displays the new line spacing. 7. Save the document as ‘Water2.doc’. Water is a compound made up of two elements, hydrogen and oxygen. Each water molecule consists of two hydrogen atoms and one oxygen atom.
  54. 54. ICTL for Secondary School - Word Processing Module 53 Activity 4 : Changing Borders And Shading Of Text Borders are used to draw a box around the text and Shading is used to add shade to the text, table or cell. 1. Open the document ‘Water2.doc’. 2. Copy the first sentence of the text and paste in a new document. Water is a compound made up of two elements, hydrogen and oxygen. 3. Highlight the pasted sentence. 4. On the menu bar, select Format and click on Borders and Shading. 5. A ‘Borders and Shading’ dialog box appears. 6. On Borders tab, select Box. 7. Select any border style you want from the style options. Select 3 pt from the width options and click OK. 8. Below is the example of the text with borders. Water is a compound made up of two elements, hydrogen and oxygen. 9. Next, highlight the text with the borders.
  55. 55. ICTL for Secondary School - Word Processing Module 54 10. From the Borders and Shading dialog box, select Shading tab and choose any colour you like from fill and click OK. 11. The text with the borders and colour will appear as below. Water is a compound made up of two elements, hydrogen and oxygen. 12. Save document as ‘Water3.doc’. Activity 5: Correcting Spelling Use delete, insert and backspace key on the keyboard to correct any spelling mistakes. 1. Open existing file ‘poem.doc’ found in Module 2. Lake Isle Of Innisfree by W.B.Yeats I will arise and go now, and go to Innisfree And a small cabin build there, of clay and wattles made. Nine bean-rows will I have there, a hive for the honey bee; And live alone in the bee-loud glade. And I shall have some peace there, for peace comes dropping slow; Dropping from the veils of the morning to where the cricket sings; There midnight’s all a glimmer, and noon a purple glow And evening full of the linnet’s wings. 2. Click at the end of the poem after word ‘wings’ and press enter once. 3. Type the text below. I will arise and go now, for always night and dry I hear lake wateur lapping with low sounds by the shore While I stand on the roaday, or on the pavements grey, I hear its in the deep heart’s core.
  56. 56. ICTL for Secondary School - Word Processing Module 55 4. The poem entitled ‘Lake Isle Of Innisfree’ by W.B.Yeats contains 3 stanza as shown below. Lake Isle Of Innisfree by W.B.Yeats I will arise and go now, and go to Innisfree And a small cabin built there, of clay and wattles made. Nine bean-rows will I have there, a hive for the honey bee; And live alone in the bee-loud glade. And I shall have some peace there, for peace comes dropping slow; Dropping from the veils of the morning to where the cricket sings; There midnight’s all a glimmer, and noon a purple glow And evening full of the linnet’s wings. I will arise and go now, for always night and dry I hear lake wateur lapping with low sounds by the shore While I stand on the roaday, or on the pavements grey, I hear its in the deep heart’s core. 5. In Step 3, there are three spelling mistakes in Stanza 3. ‘wateur’ should be spelt as ‘water’, ‘roaday’ should be spelt as ‘roadway’ and ‘its’ should be ‘it’. To correct the spelling mistakes, follow the steps below using the delete, backspace or insert key on the keyboard: a. In line 2, the word ‘water’ is spelt wrongly. Move the cursor and place it between the letter ‘e’ and ‘u’ as shown : wate|ur. Then press delete key. b. ‘Roadway ‘ in line 3 is spelt wrongly, move cursor and place it between the letter ‘d’ and ‘a’ as shown road|ay. Then type the letter ‘w’. However, if letter ‘a’ is deleted after typing the letter ‘w’, press insert key and type the letter ‘a’ again. c. The word ‘it’ has been wrongly spelt, move the cursor to the end of the word ‘its’ in line 4. Then press backspace key. d. Save the document.
  57. 57. ICTL for Secondary School - Word Processing Module 56 Activity 6: Formatting Text – Poem 1. Using the same document; poem entitled ‘Lake Isle Of Innisfree’, format the text as follows: a. Change the whole text using Font type - Comic Sans MS b. Then change the Font Size as below: - Title : 16 pt - Author : 14 pt - Stanza 1 – 3 : 12 pt d. Change the title to Upper Case e. Align the whole poem to Center f. Set the line spacing to 1.5 lines. g. Change the colour of the title, author and stanza 2 to blue. h. Create a border for the poem. From the border tab, select box setting, choose any style and select 3 pt width. i. For Shading, select light yellow. 2. Save the document. 3. Print the poem. Exercise: Find another poem of your choice from books or magazines. Create your own layout using the skills you have learnt. Save and print your work.
  58. 58. ICTL for Secondary School - Word Processing Module 57 MODULE 4 EDITING III - ARTICLE Curriculum Development Centre Ministry of Education Malaysia
  59. 59. ICTL for Secondary School - Word Processing Module 58 1. Name of module : Editing 3 - Article 2. Learning outcomes : Students should be able to; a. Identify a file and its location b. open the existing file c. edit documents d. print a document. 3. Knowledge and skills : a. Identify and open existing document b. Format column c. Drop cap d. Insert graphic, header and footer e. Print article 4. Module summary: At the end of the module, students should be able to create an article as shown below
  60. 60. ICTL for Secondary School - Word Processing Module 59 Activity 1: Typing 1. Open the file saved as ‘tiger’ in Module 1. 2. Set the second paragraph to ‘Sentence case’. 3. Place the cursor at the beginning of the second paragraph. Press ‘Enter’. 4. Repeat ‘Step 3’ for each paragraph. 5. At the end of the last word of the existing document, press ‘Enter’ twice and type the article below. People have found ways to protect themselves by wearing masks on the back of their heads. Tigers only attack from behind, so the mask fools them. It seems like the person is always facing them! Another method used to deter tigers is Scarecrows- which gives electric shock so any tiger that touches the dummy gets a mild shock. It helps teach tigers to stop attacking people. Tigers don't like becoming pets because they are wild. Even captive cubs that have been raised by humans are not domesticated. Trainers in a circus use whips or chairs to scare the tigers into submission. White tigers are not a separate subspecies of tiger, they are not from cold, snowy climates-they come from India. White tigers are a rare form of Bengal tiger. They're regular tigers with whiskers and tails-they just happen to be colored white. White tigers actually range from pure white to white with chocolate brown or black stripes. Many white tigers have blue eyes, but some have amber or even greenish eyes. White is a very, very unusual color for a wild tiger. Of the thousands of tigers in the wild, only a few are white. There are many white tigers in captivity, though-and almost all of them are descended from a wild white Bengal tiger named Mohan that was captured in India in the 1950s. Almost all of the captive white tigers in North America today are descended from Mohan and are highly inbred. Some white tigers have also been mated with other tiger subspecies, creating what are called hybrid tigers. Article source: http://projecttiger.nic.in/whatdoestigerlike.htm 6. Justify the alignment of the article.
  61. 61. ICTL for Secondary School - Word Processing Module 60 Activity 2: Column setting 1. Highlight the new text you have typed till the end. Click ‘Format’ from the menu bar and select ‘Column’. The following window will appear. 2. Choose ‘Two’ column from ‘Presets’ menu. Click ‘OK’. 3. Now the article will be as shown below
  62. 62. ICTL for Secondary School - Word Processing Module 61 Activity 3: Drop Cap 1. Highlight the first letter in the paragraph. 2. Click ‘Format’ from the menu bar and select ‘Drop Cap’. The following window will appear. 3. Select ‘Dropped’ from the ‘Position’ menu and click ‘OK’. 4. Now the first paragraph will be as shown below
  63. 63. ICTL for Secondary School - Word Processing Module 62 Activity 4: Indenting paragraph 1. Place the cursor at the beginning of the second paragraph. Click ‘Format’ menu and select ‘Paragraph’. The following window will appear. 2. Click ‘OK’. 3. Repeat the same step for every paragraph. 1. Click and type ‘0.5’ h 2. Choose ‘First line’ from the drop down menu
  64. 64. ICTL for Secondary School - Word Processing Module 63 4. Your article now will be as shown below
  65. 65. ICTL for Secondary School - Word Processing Module 64 Activity 5: Insert graphic 1. Place the cursor at the end of the last word of the article. Press Enter twice. 2. Click ‘Insert’ from the menu bar, select ‘Picture’ and choose ‘Clip Art’. The following menu box will appear. 3. Click on the inserted picture. Place the cursor at the bottom right hand corner. A double headed arrow ( ) will appear. 4. Click and drag the cursor to enlarge the picture. 1. Type ‘tiger’ here. 2. Click ‘Go’ The search result will appear here. 3. Click here and select ‘Insert’.
  66. 66. ICTL for Secondary School - Word Processing Module 65 5. Your article will look like this :
  67. 67. ICTL for Secondary School - Word Processing Module 66 Activity 6: Header and Footer 1. Click ‘View’ from the menu bar and select ‘Header and Footer’. The ‘Header and Footer -Section’ and floating toolbar will appear. 2. Type the name of your bulletin in the ‘Header-Section’. Scroll down and insert the name of your school or club in the ‘Footer-Section’. Example: 3. Save and Print the article Header-Section Footer-Section
  68. 68. ICTL for Secondary School - Word Processing Module 67 MODULE 5 PRESENTING TEXT IN TABLE Curriculum Development Centre Ministry of Education Malaysia
  69. 69. ICTL for Secondary School - Word Processing Module 68 1. Name of Module : Presenting Text in a Table 2. Learning Outcomes : At the end of the lesson, students should be able to create a table. 3. Knowledge and Skills: a. Create a table b. Insert bullets and numbering 4. Module Summary: As a secretary of your school Computer Club, you are required to prepare a duty roster for the ICT Prefects. A sample of the duty roster is shown below:
  70. 70. ICTL for Secondary School - Word Processing Module 69 Activity 1: Creating Table 1. Open a New Document. 2. Type: ICT Prefects’ Duty Roster and press Enter. 3. Click Table, choose Insert and click Table. 4. The Insert Table dialog box appears. Insert the number of columns and rows as shown below: 5. Move the cursor to the second row in the last column and highlight the second to fourth row. 6. From the menu bar click Table, and choose Merge Cells. i. Click Table iii. Click Table ii. Choose Insert Click OK
  71. 71. ICTL for Secondary School - Word Processing Module 70 7. Repeat steps 5 and 6 for rows five to seven in the same column. 8. Highlight rows five to seven in the first column. 9. From the Menu bar, click Table, choose Insert and Rows below. 10. Repeat steps 5 and 6 for rows eight to ten in the last column. 11. Click in the first cell in the first column, and then type No. 12. (i) Press and type Form. (ii) Press and type ICT Prefects. (iii) Press and type Days. (iv) Press to move the cursor to the first cell in the next row. 13. (i) Type 1, Press and type 1A. (ii) Press and type Mohd Asraf. (iii) Press and type Monday, press type Tuesday. (iv) Press to move the cursor to the first cell in the next row. 14. (i) Type 2, Press and type 2B. (ii) Press and type Husni Mohd Husin. (iv) Press twice to move the cursor to the first cell in the next row. Tab Tab Tab Enter Tab Tab Tab Tab Tab Tab Tab Tab
  72. 72. ICTL for Secondary School - Word Processing Module 71 15. (i) Type 3, Press and type 1B. (ii) Press and type Lim Guat Bee. (iv) Press twice to move the cursor to the first cell in the next row. 16. Insert the following information into the table: ICT Prefects’ Duty Roster No. Form ICT Prefects Days 1 1A Mohd Asraf Monday 2 2B Husni Mohd Husin Tuesday 3 1B Lim Guat Bee 4 2A Tan Seong Hor Wednesday 5 1C Wan Mohd Sidqi Thursday 6 1A Abd Rahman Idris 7 2B Faizah Nordin Friday 8 2C Saniah Roslan Saturday 9 1B Hamsani Ahmad 17. Highlight all the days (Monday to Saturday). From Menu bar, click Bullets button. Table A 18. If you look at the table, the column size does not match the texts, you can align the columns using the following method: Highlight table A that you have made. i. Click Table ii. Click AutoFit iii. Click AutoFit to Contents Tab Tab Tab
  73. 73. ICTL for Secondary School - Word Processing Module 72 The screen will appear as below: 19. Highlight the title. From Menu bar, click Center and B (Bold) buttons. 20. Highlight the first row (No., Form, ICT Prefects, Days). From Menu bar, click Center and B (Bold) buttons. The screen will appear as below: ( Notice that heading in each column is now centered ) 21. Highlight the first two columns. From Menu bar, click Center button. The screen will appear as below: (Notice that text in each row is centered )
  74. 74. ICTL for Secondary School - Word Processing Module 73 22. Highlight the whole table. From Menu bar, click Table and choose Table Properties. The Table Properties dialog box will appear: 23. Save the document. 24. The end product will display as shown below: i. Click Center. ii. Click OK.
  75. 75. ICTL for Secondary School - Word Processing Module 74 MODULE 6 DRAWING TOOLBAR Curriculum Development Centre Ministry of Education Malaysia
  76. 76. ICTL for Secondary School - Word Processing Module 75 1. Name of Module : Drawing Toolbar 2. Learning Outcomes : At the end of the lesson, students should be able to use the drawing toolbar to produce an invitation flyer. 3. Knowledge and Skills: a. Inserting WordArt b. Inserting Clip Art c. Adding in Colour d. Using AutoShapes e. Using Text box f. Using 3-D Style 4. Module Summary: As the secretary of your school Computer Club, you are required to prepare an invitation flyer to invite members of the club to an annual dinner. A sample of the invitation flyer is shown below:
  77. 77. ICTL for Secondary School - Word Processing Module 76 Activity 1: Create An Invitation Flyer 1. Open a New Document. 2. From the Menu bar, select File and then click Page Setup. 3. The Page Setup dialog box will appear: a) Setup the Margin properly: Top : 1” Bottom : 1” Left : 1” Right : 1” b) Orientation: select Landscape. c) Click Paper tab, set Paper Size to A4 and click OK. 4. Type: Invitation. 5. From the View menu, click Toolbars and then click Drawing to callout the Drawing Toolbar. ‘Drawing tool bar’ WordAr t
  78. 78. ICTL for Secondary School - Word Processing Module 77 6. From the Drawing Toolbar, click WordArt. The WordArt Gallery appears: a) ‘Edit WordArt Text’ dialog box will appear: 7. Delete “Your Text Here” and type: Computer Club Annual Dinner, and then click OK. 8. Align the WordArt ‘Computer Club Annual Dinner’ to be in the centre using the Center icon. i. Click here ii. Click OK Invitation Center
  79. 79. ICTL for Secondary School - Word Processing Module 78 From the Drawing Toolbar, click Insert Clip Art. The Clip Art task pane appears: 9. The computer image appears in the middle of the screen. 10. Resize the image by dragging the corner of the image. i. Type: Computer ii. Click Go. iii. Point your mouse pointer to the clip art image, and then click the image. Invitation
  80. 80. ICTL for Secondary School - Word Processing Module 79 11. In order to move the image, Double click on the image. The Format Picture dialog box appears: 12. Click the Layout tab, select Tight, Centre and click OK. Now you will see the image in the middle of the screen. 13. Save the document with the filename: invitation. 14. Now, your screen will appear as below: 15. From the Drawing Toolbar, select AutoShape and select Flowchart, then choose ‘Flowchart : Alternate Process’.
  81. 81. ICTL for Secondary School - Word Processing Module 80 16. A drawing canvas appear: 17. Draw a rectangle under the computer image. 18. Double click the autoshape box. The Format AutoShape dialog box will appear:
  82. 82. ICTL for Secondary School - Word Processing Module 81 a) Click the Size tab, and b) Type 1.25 in the Height box c) Type 5.5 in the Width box d) Click OK 19. Drag the box to the centre of the space below the computer image using the pointer. 20. From the Drawing Toolbar, click Text Box. 21. Draw a text box to fix in the existing box and type: Venue : SMK Dato’ Jaafar Hassan Hall Time : 8.30p.m. Attire : Batik 22. Highlight the text, change the font type to Comic Sans MS and the font size to 14. Click Text Box.
  83. 83. ICTL for Secondary School - Word Processing Module 82 23. Select red colour from the icon Font Colour in the Drawing toolbar, fill in the text box with the colour of your choice using the icon Fill Colour. 24. Click and call out the Alternate Process box, and then choose 3-D Style from the Drawing Toolbar. a) Click 3-D Style 3. b) The Alternate Process box will appear as below: 25. Resize the computer image to become bigger and overlap the word art. 26. In order to display the image behind the word art (Computer Club Annual Dinner), click Draw at the Drawing Toolbar, choose Text Wrapping and then select Behind Text. 27. Highlight the word: Invitation. Change the font style and the font size, to make it more attractive.
  84. 84. ICTL for Secondary School - Word Processing Module 83 28. Your end product will appear as below: 29. Save your document and print.
  85. 85. ICTL for Secondary School - Word Processing Module 84 MODULE 7 MAIL MERGE Curriculum Development Centre Ministry of Education Malaysia
  86. 86. ICTL for Secondary School - Word Processing Module 85 1. Name of Module : Mail Merge 2. Learning Outcomes : The students should be able to: a. Create mail merge document b. Print edited mail merge document 3. Knowledge and Skills: a. Create “ Enrolment Form " document b. Open mail merge wizard c. Insert data d. Change field names e. Save data f. Merge data in the form 4. Module Summary: At the end of the module, students should be able to create mail-merge document
  87. 87. ICTL for Secondary School - Word Processing Module 86 Activity 1: Create “ Enrolment Form " document a. Type document as shown below Scouts Movement, Sekolah Menengah Kebangsaan Datuk Haji Ahmad Said, 13800 Butterworth, Pulau Pinang. _____________________________________________________________________ Scouts Movement Membership Form Section A: Personal Details 1. Name : 2. Form : 3. I/C No. : 4. Age : 5. Date of birth : 6. Address : 7. Parent’s name : 8. Telephone No. : ________________________________________________________________ Section B : Co-curricular Activities Other society / club joined: • Society : • Club : • _____________________________________________________________ I hereby declare that particulars given above are true and I will abide by the Scouts rules if I am accepted to be a member. Signature: ……………………………………………………………………………… Date: ……………………………………………………………………………………
  88. 88. ICTL for Secondary School - Word Processing Module 87 Activity 2: Open Mail merge wizard 1. Click Tools at menu bar 2. The Mail Merge Task Pane will appear on the right side of the screen 3. Click Directory 4. Click Next Starting document i. Click Letters and Mailing ii. Click Mail Merge i. Directory ii. Next : Starting document
  89. 89. ICTL for Secondary School - Word Processing Module 88 5. Click Next: Select recipients 6. Click Type a new list 7. Click Create iii. Next:Select recipients i. Type a new list ii. Create
  90. 90. ICTL for Secondary School - Word Processing Module 89 Activity 3 : Insert Data 1. Insert data in certain sections : i. In section Title, type-in Azman Bin Mohamad ii. In section First Name, type-in 1 Amanah iii. In section Last Name, type-in 900903-10-6019 iv. In section Company Name, type-in 13 v. In section Address Line 1, type-in 03 September 1990 vi. In section Address Line 2, type-in 21 Jalan Besar, Klang, Selangor vii. In section City, type-in Mohamad Bin Basri viii. In section State, type-in 03-33722159 ix. In section ZIP Code, type-in Bahasa Melayu x. In section Country, type-in Hand Ball 2. Click New Entry i. New Entry
  91. 91. ICTL for Secondary School - Word Processing Module 90 3.The next dialog box will appear . 4. Click Close Activity 4: Save data 1. Type-in Data in the File name section : 2. Click Save ii. Close button ii. Save.i. Type Data
  92. 92. ICTL for Secondary School - Word Processing Module 91 Activity 5: Change Field Names 1. The next dialog box will appear : 2. Click Edit 3. Click Customize 4.Click Rename 5.Type-in Name at the Rename Field Toolbox 6.Click OK iii. Edit i. Customize.
  93. 93. ICTL for Secondary School - Word Processing Module 92 7. Click First Name 8. Click Rename 9. Click OK iii. OK i. First Name ii. Rename ii. Rename. iii. Type-in Name at this section. iv. OK.
  94. 94. ICTL for Secondary School - Word Processing Module 93 10. Repeat above steps to change the next section . Last Name to IC No Company Name to Age Address Line 1 to Date of birth Address Line 2 to Address City to Parents Name State to Telephone No Zip code to Society Country to Club 11. The next outcome will appear. Click OK 12. Click New Entry iv. OK. i. New Entry
  95. 95. ICTL for Secondary School - Word Processing Module 94 13.Click Close 14. Click OK at Mail Merge Recipients Toolbox ii. Close OK
  96. 96. ICTL for Secondary School - Word Processing Module 95 Activity 6: Merge data in the form 1. Click Next Arrange your directory 2.Ensure the cursor is placed at the Name section in the form Next : Arrange your directory Place the cursor here
  97. 97. ICTL for Secondary School - Word Processing Module 96 3. Click More Items 4. The next dialog box will appear. Click Name from the list.Click Insert i. More items. ii. Insert button
  98. 98. ICTL for Secondary School - Word Processing Module 97 5. Cick Close This particular part will appear ii. Close
  99. 99. ICTL for Secondary School - Word Processing Module 98 6. Place cursor at the form section 7. Click More items in Mail Merge Task Pane More items form section
  100. 100. ICTL for Secondary School - Word Processing Module 99 8. Click Form 9. Click insert 10. Click Close i - Form ii- Closei - Insert
  101. 101. ICTL for Secondary School - Word Processing Module 100 11. Ensure the cursor is placed at the IC No section in the form 12. Repeat step 3 until 5 to insert other fields IC No Age Date of Birth Address Parent’s Name Telephone Number Society Club 13.The next outcome will appear
  102. 102. ICTL for Secondary School - Word Processing Module 101 14. Click Next : Preview your directory 15. The next outcome will appear : Next : Preview your directory
  103. 103. ICTL for Secondary School - Word Processing Module 102 16. Click Next to complete the merge 17. The next dialog box will appear 18.Click OK i. Next : Complete the merge ii. Click To New Document OK
  104. 104. ICTL for Secondary School - Word Processing Module 103 19. The Enrolment Form will appear as below Scouts Movement, Sekolah Menengah Kebangsaan Datuk Haji Ahmad Said, 13800 Butterworth, Pulau Pinang. _____________________________________________________________________ Scouts Movement Membership Form Section A: Personal Details 1. Name : Azman Bin Mohamad 2. Form : 1 Amanah 3. I/C No. : 900903-10-6019 4. Age : 13 years old 5. Date of birth : 03 September 1990 6. Address : 21 Jalan Besar,Klang,Selangor 7. Parent’s name : Mohamad Bin Basri 8. Telephone No. : 03-33722159 ________________________________________________________________ Section B : Co-curriculum Activity Other society / club joined: • Bahasa Melayu • _____________________________________________________________ • _____________________________________________________________ I hereby declare particulars given above are true and I will abide by the Scouts rules if I am accepted to be a member. Signature: ……………………………………………………………………………… Date: ……………………………………………………………………………………
  105. 105. ICTL for Secondary School - Word Processing Module 104 Activity 7: Print Mail Merge 1. Click icon open data source 2. Click Data file. Then click open. i. Click open data source i. Data file ii. Open
  106. 106. ICTL for Secondary School - Word Processing Module 105 2.Click Merge To Printer 3. Click OK at Merge To Printer dialog box. 3. Click OK to complete printing OK OK Merge To Printer

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