Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Create a Folder (OFF 24)
Create a Folder within a Folder (OFF 26)
Expand a Folder, Scroll through Folder Contents,
and Collapse a Folder (OFF 27)
Copy a Folder to a USB Flash Drive (OFF 39)
Rename a File (OFF 50)
Move a File (OFF 51)
Delete a File (OFF 52)
Open the Help Window in an office App (OFF 53)
Obtain Help Using the ‘Search online help’ Text
Box (OFF 55)
Obtain Help Using Help Links (OFF 56)
Use Windows Help and Support (OFF 57)
Sign In to an Account (OFF 7)
Run an App from the Start Screen (OFF 11)
Switch between an App and the Start Screen (OFF 13)
Maximize a Window (OFF 14)
Switch from One App to Another (OFF 29)
Minimize and Restore a Window (OFF 32)
Change the Screen Resolution (OFF 37)
Move a Window by Dragging (OFF 53)
Resize a Window by Dragging (OFF 54)
Display a Different Tab on the Ribbon (OFF 18)
Collapse and Expand the Ribbon and Use Full
Screen Mode (OFF 19)
Use a Shortcut Menu to Relocate the Quick Access
Toolbar (OFF 20)
Customize the Quick Access Toolbar (OFF 21)
Enter a Worksheet Title (OFF 22)
Save a File in a Folder (OFF 29)
Save a File on SkyDrive (OFF 33)
Sign Out of a Microsoft Account (OFF 35)
Exit an App with One Document Open (OFF 38)
Run an App Using the Search Box (OFF 41)
Open an Existing File (OFF 42)
Create a New Workbook from the Backstage View
Close a File Using the Backstage View (OFF 45)
Open a Recent File Using the Backstage View
Create a New Blank Workbook from File Explorer
Run an App from File Explorer and Open a File
Save an Existing File with the Same File Name
What guidelines should you follow to plan your projects?
The process of communicating specic information is a learned, rational skill. Computers and software, especially Microsoft
office 2013, can help you develop ideas and present detailed information to a particular audience and minimize much of the
laborious work of drafting and revising projects. No matter what method you use to plan a project, it is benecial to follow
some specic guidelines from the onset to arrive at a nail product that is informative, relevant, and effective. Use some aspects
of these guidelines every time you undertake a project, and others as needed in specic instances.
1. Determine the project’s purpose.
a) Clearly dene why you are undertaking this assignment.
b) Begin to draft ideas of how best to communicate information by handwriting ideas on paper; composing directly
on a laptop, tablet, or mobile device; or developing a strategy that ts your particular thinking and writing style.
2. Analyze your audience.
a) Learn about the people who will read, analyze, or view your work.
b) Determine their interests and needs so that you can present the information they need to know and omit the
information they already possess.
c) Form a mental picture of these people or nd photos of people who t this prole so that you can develop a
project with the audience in mind.
3. Gather possible content.
a) Locate existing information that may reside in spreadsheets, databases, or other les.
b) Conduct a web search to nd relevant websites.
c) Read pamphlets, magazine and newspaper articles, and books to gain insights of how others have approached your topic.
d) Conduct personal interviews to obtain perspectives not available by any other means.
e) Consider video and audio clips as potential sources for material that might complement or support the factual data