Project 1: Word Basics
Did you want: Working with Words: Word 2007,2010,2013,2016 or español
The spaces around your text and images are very important to your document. Crowded lines are hard to read. Open space can draw the eye to the important parts of your text.
In this lesson you will learn to format the spaces that exist by default. Later you will learn how to manage the size of the spaces.
With Word you can create automatic lists that are numbered or that use a symbol at the left. You can color the background of the page or just part of it. You can surround areas with borders.
Start with: flyer-World Travel Inc.doc
In a bulleted list each item in the list is preceded by a dot, square, or other shape or image, which is called a bullet.
Shading is a colored or patterned background. Pictures and text are on top of the color or pattern. Remember that a black and white printer will turn your colors to shades of gray. The Shading portion of the Tables and Borders toolbar doesn't offer all of the choices that are on the Shading tab of the Borders and Shading dialog box from the Format menu.
A border is a line around something. The versions of Word since Word97 can put a line around just about anything! The Tables and Borders toolbar doesn't have all of the choices that the dialog box shows.
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