Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
WD 204 Word Chapter 3 Creating a Cover Letter and a Resume
Envelopes and Labels
Instead of printing the envelope immediately, you can add it to the document by
clicking the Add to Document button in the Envelopes and Labels dialog box. To specify
a different envelope or label type (identifi ed by a number on the box of envelopes or
labels), click the Options button in the Envelopes and Labels dialog box.
Instead of printing an envelope, you can print a mailing label. To do this, click the
Labels tab in the Envelopes and Labels dialog box (Figure 3–85 on the previous page).
Type the delivery address in the Address box. To print the same address on all labels on
the page, click Full page of the same label. Click the Print button in the dialog box.
Certifi cation
The Microsoft Certifi ed
Application Specialist
(MCAS) program provides
an opportunity for you
to obtain a valuable
industry credential –
proof that you have the
Word 2007 skills required
by employers. For
more information, see
Appendix F or visit the
Word 2007 Certifi cation
Web page (scsite.com/
wd2007/cert).
To Quit Word
This project is complete. The following step quits Word.
1 Click the Close button on the right side of the title bar to quit Word.
Chapter Summary
In this chapter, you have learned how to use Word to insert and format clip art, set and use tab stops, create and insert
building blocks, insert the current date, insert and format tables, use print preview, copy and paste, and use templates.
The items listed below include all the new Word skills you have learned in this chapter.
1. Use the Grow Font Button to Increase Font Size
(WD 151)
2. Color Text (WD 152)
3. Insert Clip Art (WD 153)
4. Resize a Graphic Using the Size Dialog Box (WD 155)
5. Recolor a Graphic (WD 156)
6. Set a Transparent Color in a Graphic (WD 157)
7. Set Custom Tab Stops Using the Tabs Dialog Box
(WD 158)
8. Bottom Border a Paragraph (WD 161)
9. Clear Formatting (WD 162)
10. Convert a Hyperlink to Regular Text (WD 163)
11. Create a New File from an Existing File (WD 165)
12. Set Custom Tab Stops Using the Ruler (WD 167)
13. Insert the Current Date in a Document (WD 168)
14. Create a Building Block (WD 170)
15. Insert a Nonbreaking Space (WD 171)
16. Insert a Building Block (WD 172)
17. Insert an Empty Table (WD 173)
18. Enter Data in a Table (WD 175)
19. Apply a Table Style (WD 176)
20. Resize Table Columns to Fit Table Contents (WD 177)
21. Bullet a List as You Type (WD 180)
22. Use a Template (WD 183)
23. Delete Rows (WD 186)
24. Modify Text in a Content Control (WD 187)
25. Switch from One Open Document to Another
(WD 189)
26. Copy Items to the Offi ce Clipboard (WD 189)
27. Paste from the Offi ce Clipboard (WD 191)
28. Delete Text and Lines (WD 193)
29. Enter a Line Break (WD 194)
30. Indent a Paragraph (WD 196)
31. Insert a Building Block Using the Quick Parts
Gallery (WD 198)
32. Sort Paragraphs (WD 200)
33. Print Preview a Document (WD 201)
34. Address and Print an Envelope (WD 203)
If you have a SAM user profi le, you may have access to hands-on instruction, practice, and
assessment. Log in to your SAM account (http://sam2007.course.com) to launch any assigned
training activities or exams that relate to the skills covered in this chapter.
 
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