Microsoft Windows Vista Essentials Illustrated Unit A
Microsoft Office 2010 Illustrated Fundamentals Unit C: Getting Started with Microsoft Office 2010 Objectives Understand Microsoft Office 2010 Professional Start an Office program Use the Ribbon and Zoom controls Use the Quick Access toolbar Microsoft Office 2010-Illustrated Fundamentals 2 Objectives (cont.) Save a file using Backstage view
Get Help Exit an Office program Microsoft Office 2010-Illustrated Fundamentals 3 Unit Introduction Microsoft Office 2010 is a collection (or suite) of programs that you can use to produce a wide variety of documents Office 2010 Professional includes Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint, Outlook, Publisher, and
OneNote One new benefit of Office 2010 is that it lets you work collaboratively with others no matter where they are Microsoft Office 2010-Illustrated Fundamentals 4 Understanding Office 2010 Professional Office 2010 Professional Edition comes with a variety of programs and tools you can use
A powerful benefit of Office 2010 is Microsoft Office Web Apps: a scaled down version of Microsoft Office applications that run over the internet promotes a collaborative working environment even from different locations Microsoft Office 2010-Illustrated Fundamentals 5 Understanding Office 2010 Professional (cont.)
Microsoft Office 2010 Professional contains the following programs: Microsoft Word - word processing Microsoft Excel - spreadsheet Microsoft Access database management Microsoft PowerPoint presentation graphics Microsoft Outlook e-mail and info manager Microsoft Publisher desktop publishing Microsoft OneNote capture and store info Examples of applications on the next 2 slides Microsoft Office 2010-Illustrated Fundamentals 6 Understanding Office 2010 Professional (cont.)
Report created in Word Worksheet and chart in Excel Microsoft Office 2010-Illustrated Fundamentals 7 Understanding Office 2010 Professional (cont.) Report created in Access Presentation slide created in PowerPoint Microsoft Office 2010-Illustrated Fundamentals 8
Starting an Office Program You can launch, or start the Office program many ways, such as using the Start button and All Programs In the program window you will be working with a user interface, which is a collection of buttons and tools used to interact with software programs Microsoft Office 2010-Illustrated Fundamentals 9
Starting an Office Program (cont.) Using Word as the example, there are several elements available including: Title bar located at the top of the program window containing the name of the document Ribbon contains commands in the form of buttons Command is an instruction given to the computer Tabs contain different sets of commands each tab is organized into groups of related commands Microsoft Office 2010-Illustrated Fundamentals
10 Starting an Office Program (cont.) Start Menu Word program window Microsoft Office 2010-Illustrated Fundamentals 11 Using the Ribbon and Zoom Controls In all Office programs, you use the Ribbon to initiate commands
some commands are the same across Office programs and some vary depending on the application The View tab has similar commands you can use to: switch to predefined view adjust the magnification level Many Office programs also contain a Zoom slider on the status bar to adjust the magnification level as well as View shortcut buttons
Microsoft Office 2010-Illustrated Fundamentals 12 Using the Ribbon and Zoom Controls (cont.) Document in Print Layout view Full Screen Reading view Zoom dialog box Zoom set to 200% Microsoft Office 2010-Illustrated Fundamentals 13 Using the Quick Access Toolbar
The buttons on the Quick Access toolbar, located just above the Ribbon on the left side, are available anytime except when the File tab is active Default buttons on the Quick Access Toolbar include: Save a file Undo your last action Redo the last action you undid these buttons are available on other tabs in the Ribbon but not all the time
The Quick Access toolbar lets you work faster Buttons you frequently used can be added Microsoft Office 2010-Illustrated Fundamentals 14 Customizing the Quick Access Toolbar To add buttons to the Quick Access toolbar: click Customize Quick Access toolbar button and then select which commands you use frequently to add to the Quick Access toolbar
You can also remove any button from the Quick Access toolbar if you find you are not using as much as you did Microsoft Office 2010-Illustrated Fundamentals 15 Using the Quick Access Toolbar (cont.) Completed To Do List Customize quick Access Toolbar Microsoft Office 2010-Illustrated Fundamentals
16 Saving a File Using Backstage view To keep a document permanently it needs to be saved to a specific place, such as a folder, hard drive, removable flash drive, or network on the internet Use the Save As to save a file for the first time when assigning a unique filename and file extension, which identifies the program used to create the document you can access the Save As command in Backstage
view, which provides commands and tools to help you work with files such as viewing, setting document properties and printing files Access Backstage view by clicking the File tab on the Ribbon Microsoft Office 2010-Illustrated Fundamentals 17 Saving a File Using Backstage view (cont.) Backstage view with Info tab selected Microsoft Office 2010-Illustrated Fundamentals
18 Windows Live and Microsoft Office Web Apps All Office programs include the capability to incorporate online collaboration-across the internet or a company network Using cloud computing (work done and stored in a virtual environment) you can take advantage of Web programs, Microsoft Office Web Apps, which are simplified versions of the programs in Office 2010
The programs are online and take up no computer disk space These programs are accessed using Windows Live SkyDrive, a free service from Microsoft Windows Live Microsoft Office 2010-Illustrated Fundamentals 19 Getting Help
Help is context-sensitive in that it displays topics and instructions geared to the specific task The Help system is integrated with the Microsoft Office Online Web site When pointing to a command on any tab, a Screen Tip opens displaying a description many screen tips also direct you to press [F1] for additional information
If using the Search text box in Help it searches for a keyword, which is searchable word that is contained in Help Microsoft Office 2010-Illustrated Fundamentals 20 Getting Help (cont.) Help tab/Backstage view Microsoft Office 2010-Illustrated Fundamentals 21 Exiting an Office Program
You can use Backstage view to close your document, and then quickly locate it again using the Recent tab The Recent tab, opens by default in Backstage view when no documents are open and displays a list of recently opened documents When you are finished working in an Office program, you use the File tab to exit the program Microsoft Office 2010-Illustrated Fundamentals
22 Exiting an Office Program (cont.) Recent Documents tab and Exit command in Backstage View Microsoft Office 2010-Illustrated Fundamentals 23 E-mailing your saved documents You can e-mail your saved documents easily from with Office using the Save & Send page in Backstage view
Attach the document to an e-mail message and send If your file is already saved in a shared location, you can click the Send a Link button to create an e-mail containing a link to where the recipient can download the document Microsoft Office 2010-Illustrated Fundamentals 24 Summary
You can use Microsoft Office 2010 to create a wide variety of documents Office 2010 Professional contains Microsoft Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint, Outlook, and Publisher Office programs share many common elements
You choose commands using buttons and commands on the Ribbon and Quick Access toolbar Microsoft Office 2010-Illustrated Fundamentals 25 Summary You need to save any data you enter during an Office work session as a file with a unique filename Microsoft Office comes with an extensive Help
system When you are finished working with a program, you should save your work and exit the program Microsoft Office 2010-Illustrated Fundamentals 26
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