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  1. Fonts

  2. A typefaceis a set of characters with a common general design and shape (Word refers to typeface as font). • Type characters rest on an imaginary horizontal line called the baseline. • The x-heightis the height of the main body of the lowercase characters and is equivalent to the lowercase x. • The cap heightis the distance between the baseline and the top of capital letters. • Ascendersare the parts of lowercase characters that rise above the x-height, and descendersare parts of characters that extend below the baseline. • Serifsare the small strokes at the ends of characters.

  3. Typefaces are either monospacedor proportional. • A sans seriftypeface does not have serifs (sans is French for without). • Sans serif typefaces are generally more legible(higher character recognition) and are often used for headlines and advertisements

  4. Changing Effects • The Effects section of the Font dialog box contains a variety of options that can be used to create different character formatting. • At the Font dialog box, you may also click the Text Effects button at the bottom of the dialog box to access additional formatting options located at the Format Text Effects dialog box. Format Text Effects dialog box

  5. You can change the look of your text by changing its fill, changing its outline, or adding effects, such as shadows, reflections, or glows. • To add an effect to text, select the text that you want to enhance, and then click the Text Effect button in the Font group on the Home tab. Text Effects Gallery

  6. You may apply font colors to text by clicking the Font Color button on the Home tab in the Font group. Click More Colors to access the Colors dialog box. A B

  7. Adding Symbols and Special Characters • Symbols and special characters add interest and originality to documents. • To insert a symbol, click the Symbol button in the Symbols group in the Insert tab, and then select one of the symbols displayed on the palette or click the More Symbols button at the bottom of the palette. • At the Symbol dialog box, select the Symbols tab, select a desired font, double-click the symbol or click Insert, and then click Close (or press Esc). Symbol dialog box

  8. Special Characters cont…. Creating Em and En Dashes • An em dash(—) is as long as the point size of the type used and indicates a pause in speech. • An en dash(–) indicates a continuation, such as 116–133 or January–March, and is exactly one-half the width of an em dash.

  9. CHECKPOINT 1 • These are the parts of lowercase characters that rise above the x-height. • ascenders • descenders • baselines • cap heights • This symbol is used for inserting symbols and special characters. Answer Answer Next Question Next Question • This type of font has small strokes at the ends of characters. • kerning • serif • Sans serif • typeface • This symbol is used to indicate a pause in speech. • Em dash • En dash • kerning • serif Answer Answer Next Question Next Slide

  10. Watermarks • A watermarkis a lightened graphic or text that when printed appears either on top of or behind existing document text and adds interest or identifies the document status. Text Watermark Graphic Watermark

  11. Watermarks Adding a Text Watermark to a Document • You can insert a predesigned watermark from a gallery of watermark text, or you can insert a watermark with custom text by clicking the Watermark button in the Page Background group on the Page Layout tab. Watermark button

  12. Watermarks…continued Turning a Picture into a Watermark • You can turn a picture, clip art, logo, or a photo into a watermark that you can use to enhance a document. Printed Watermark dialog box

  13. Watermarks…continued Editing a Watermark • To edit a watermark, click the Header button in the Header & Footer group in the Insert tab, and then click Edit Header. Header & Footer Tools Design tab

  14. Sizing and Moving Images • After an image is inserted in a document, it can be sized using the sizing handles that display around a selected clip art image. Corner sizing handle (double-headed arrow) Move handle (four-headed arrow) A B

  15. Inserting Bullets • Bullets may be inserted in a document by clicking the Bullets arrow button in the Paragraph group in the Home tab. Bullets arrow button

  16. Advanced Bullets • You can create a bullet from a clip art image by clicking the Picture button at the Define New Bullet dialog box, clicking Picture, and then selecting an image at the Picture Bullet dialog box, as shown in illustration A. B A

  17. Themes • Found Under Page Layout

  18. Font Dialog Box Launcher • To find Advanced Tab for Font • Click the Font dialog box launcher

  19. Show/Hide Feature • Shows Hidden commands

  20. Tab Alignments • Tabs can be switch by clicking in the button • Tabs can be set on the ruler by clicking the ruler • Tabs can be deleted by dragging the tab off the ruler • Tabs can be moved by dragging and dropping them in a new spot

  21. CHECKPOINT 2 • A ______________is a lightened graphic or text that when printed appears either on top of or behind existing document text. • watermark • template • shape • style • A ________ arrow is displayed when resizing a picture. • Double headed arrow • curved • Four headed arrow • Single headed arrow Answer Answer Next Question Next Question • A ________ arrow is displayed when moving a picture. • Double headed arrow • curved • Four headed arrow • Single headed arrow • Bullets can be changed by clicking the ______ button. • Numbering arrow • Bullets arrow • Line Spacing icon • Columns icon Answer Answer Next Question Next Slide