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Slide toàn tập microsoft word 2013 ch08

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Chapter 8: Inserting Elements
and Navigating in a Document
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Insert Symbols and Special Characters
Create a Drop Cap
Insert the Date and Time
Insert a File
CHECKPOINT 1
Navigate in a Document
Insert Hyperlinks
Create a Cross-reference
CHECKPOINT 2

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Insert Symbols and Special Characters
To insert a symbol:
1. Click the INSERT tab.
2. Click the Symbol button
in the Symbols group.
3. Click the desired symbol
at the drop-down list, or
click the More Symbols
option and double-click
the desired symbol.
Symbol button

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Insert Symbols and Special Characters continued
Use the Font option to select the


desired set of characters.

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Symbol dialog box

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Insert Symbols and Special Characters continued
To insert a special character:
1. Click the INSERT tab.
2. Click the Symbol button in
the Symbols group.
3. Click the More Symbols
option at the drop-down list.
4. Click the Special Characters
tab.
5. Double-click the desired
character.
6. Click the Close button.
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Special Characters tab

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Create a Drop Cap




A drop cap is a design element in which the first letter of the first
word of a paragraph is enlarged and set into the paragraph to
extend (drop) more than one line space.
They generally look best when they are used in paragraphs that
contain text set in a proportional font.

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Create a Drop Cap - continued
To create a drop cap:
1. Click the INSERT tab.
2. Click the Drop Cap
button in the Text group.
3. Click the desired type at
the drop-down list.

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Drop Cap button

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Create a Drop Cap - continued
To change drop cap options:
1. Click the INSERT tab.
2. Click the Drop Cap button
in the Text group.
3. Click Drop Cap Options at
the drop-down list.
4. Change the desired
options in the Drop Cap
dialog box.
5. Click OK.

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Drop Cap dialog box

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Insert the Date and Time
To insert the date and time:
1. Click the INSERT tab.
2. Click the Date and Time
button in the Text group.
3. Click the desired option
in the list box.
4. Click OK.

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Date and Time button

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Insert the Date and Time - continued

Update
automatically
check box

Available
formats
list box

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Insert the Date and Time - continued





You can also insert the date and/or time as a field.
The advantage to inserting the date or time as a field is that
you can update the field with the keyboard shortcut, key F9.
Insert a check mark in the Update automatically check box to
insert the date and/or time as a field.
You can also insert the date as a field using the keyboard
shortcut Alt + Shift + D, and insert the time as a field with the
keyboard shortcut Alt + Shift + T.

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Insert a File
To insert a file:
1. Open the desired document.
2. Click the INSERT tab.
3. Click the Object button in the
Text group.
4. Click Text from File.
5. Navigate to the desired folder.
6. Double-click the document
name.

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Object button arrow

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CHECKPOINT 1
1) The Special Characters tab is
located in which dialog box?
a. Paragraph
b. Font
c. Symbol
d. Page Setup

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3) You can insert the date or time as
this.
a. field
b. point
c. character
d. paragraph

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2) This is the first letter of the first
4) Use this button if you want to
word of a paragraph that is
insert the contents of one
enlarged and set into the
document into another.
paragraph.
a. Insert
a. capped letter
b. Add
b. drop cap
c. Combine
c. lowered cap
d. Object
Answer
Answer
d. enlarged cap
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Navigate in a Document



Word includes a number of features you can use to navigate in
a document.
Along with the navigating features you have already learned,
you can also navigate using the Navigation pane and by
inserting bookmarks, cross-references, and hyperlinks.

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Navigate in a Document - continued
To display the Navigation
pane:
1. Click the VIEW tab.
2. Click the Navigation
Pane check box.

Navigation Pane check box

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Navigate in a Document - continued

Navigation
pane

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Navigate in a Document - continued




In a long document, you may find it useful to mark a specific
location to allow you to quickly move the insertion point to
that location.
Use the Bookmark button to create bookmarks for locations in
a document.

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Navigate in a Document - continued
To create a bookmark:
1. Position the insertion
point at the desired
location.
2. Click the INSERT tab.
3. Click the Bookmark
button in the Links group.
4. Type a name for the
bookmark.
5. Click the Add button.

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Bookmark dialog box

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Navigate in a Document - continued
To turn on the display of
bookmarks:
1. Click the FILE tab.
2. Click Options.
3. At the Word Options dialog
box, click the Advanced
option in the left panel.
4. Click the Show bookmarks
check box in the Show
document content section
to insert a check mark.

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Show bookmarks
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You can also create a bookmark for selected text.
To do this, select the text first and then complete the steps to
create a bookmark.
When you create a bookmark for selected text, a left bracket
([) indicates the beginning of the selected text and a right
bracket (]) indicates the end of selected text.

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Navigate in a Document - continued
To navigate with bookmarks:
1. Click the INSERT tab.
2. Click the Bookmark button
in the Links group.
3. Double-click the desired
bookmark name.
bookmark name

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When Word stops at the location of the bookmark, click the
Close button to close the dialog box.
If you move the insertion point to a bookmark created with
selected text, Word moves the insertion point to the bookmark
and selects the text.
You can delete bookmarks in the Bookmark dialog box by
clicking the bookmark name in the list box and then clicking the
Delete button.

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Insert Hyperlinks


A hyperlink in a document can serve a number of purposes:
 click it to navigate to a specific location in the document
 to display a different document
 to open a file in a different program
 to create a new document
 to link to an email address.

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Insert Hyperlinks - continued
To insert a hyperlink:
1. Click the INSERT tab.
2. Click the Hyperlink
button in the Links group.
3. Make the desired
changes at the Insert
Hyperlink dialog box.
4. Click OK.

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Hyperlink button

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Insert Hyperlinks - continued
Edit the hyperlink
ScreenTip

Text to display in the hyperlink

Indicate the
hyperlink location
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