Friday, October 29, 2010
- Insert and format a banner
- Insert and format Word art
- Insert and format a footer
- Add a text box
- Add and format text
- Change font size and color
- Save a file
- Use print preview
- Print to a selected printer
Thursday, October 28, 2010
You will create a Word document that contains 2 tables.
You should have a banner with word art across the top that reads "Tables"Table 1
- will be 3 columns wide and 6 rows long.
- You will compare and contrast the year you were born & any other year you choose
- You may compare things such as Presidents, Popular culture, etc.
- Font size should be 12, font style Comic Sans
- The first row should be a Title row.
- All borders should be blue
- Table 2
- You will compare and contrast 2 devices - example PC & Mac
- The first row will be a title row
- You font size should be 12
- you may choose your font style and color
- There should be no borders
- Will be 3 columns wide and 6 rows long
You will create a document that has a banner with word artWord art should say "NY NY"Create 5 rows of tabs, the settings should be;1" left, 3" center, 6" rightYou may include a leaderYou should include the street addresses of 5 NYC landmarksLines should be single spacedYou will need 5 bullet points and the bullets should be custom formatted to be a picture of a NYC landmarkYou should include information about your landmarkYou will include a table 3 rows by 4 columnsThe table should have no borders
It should include travel information
Wednesday, October 27, 2010
Tuesday, October 26, 2010
We will watch a brief PowerPoint on Word 2007. All Grade 7 & 8 students watch the video just to make sure we are all using the same termilogy. Next Grade 7 & 8 students will work with me on a group project. This project generally takes 2 days to complete.
Grade 7 students will work on creating and formatting tables using The Colors assignment. Grade 8 students will work on creating and formatting tables, bullets & tabs using The Tabs & Bullets assignment
Grade 6 Students will begin working with Paint to create a drawing of themselves & try to be as detailed as possible. Thet will save it to thier H drive in the computers 6 folder.
A web page or webpage is a document or resource accessed through a web browser. When webpages are stored in a common directory they become a website.
A web search engine is designed to search for information on the World Wide Web. The search results are presented in a list and are commonly called hits. The information may consist of web pages, images, information and other types of files.
Hosting company a service that allows individuals and organizations to make their own website accessible via the World Wide Web.
A web feed (or news feed) is a data format used for providing users with frequently updated content.
Nibble - half of a byte or four bit
Queue – a list of jobs waiting to be processed
Ram – a collection of small memory chips inside the computer that make a program run faster
Twitter – a social networking & micro blogging service that enables users to send and read updates known as tweets
Close – removing a document or window from the screen
Cursor – the short blinking vertical line that marks your place in text
Disk drive – floppy disk drive reads & writes data to a small circular piece of metal-coated plastic similar to audio cassette tape
Escape – most often means to stop.
Monday, October 25, 2010
Students began the Schedule assignment ere they were introduced to
Today we will format our table
We will add and remove borders
Today we will complete the Reformat Me assignment
You will apply the formatting changes to the Solar Eclipse assignment on your own
Save the attachment to Your H drive
Today we will begin formatting a word document
We will complete this project as a group
You will save the attached document to your H drive
Friday, October 15, 2010
If you did things to the file that are unique in CS4 sometimes there is "invisible" information in a file that can cause a problem
Save another copy as a .tif, which is a format any version of Photoshop can open (as well as other image editors) and it will preserve layers too. That way, if the native .psd file can't be opened in CS3, you will still have the .tif layered copy that can be opened.
or in cs4
Choose File > Export.
From the File Type (Windows) or Format (Mac OS) menu, choose InDesign Markup (IDML).
You can open the saved IDML file in InDesign CS4 but not in any previous version of InDesign. To save a file for use in InDesign CS3, choose the InDesign CS3 Interchange (INX) option.