Microsoft Word Basics Part 4

Contributor: Nichole Brooker. Lesson ID: 10938

Are you made of the "write" stuff? Are you ready to write your own document (about typewriters!) in Word? Let's HEAD on over like a BULLET and learn to create headers and bulleted lists to your paper!

categories

Software and Applications

subject
Technology
learning style
Visual
personality style
Otter
Grade Level
Primary (K-2)
Lesson Type
Quick Query

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Techy Fact

Did you know that the first typewriter was invented in 1808? It was created by a man for his blind friend so he could put his thoughts on paper. Now we have Microsoft Word!

In the Related Lesssons of this series, found in the right-hand sidebar, you have explored so many things about Microsoft Word!

Your documents should start looking more and more advanced, and you should be able to impress your reader with your skills!

In this lesson, you will explore the margins (space on the sides of the words), orientation (the way your document faces), and how to save and print your documents.

Check out Microsoft Word Basics Part 4:

 

Now is your chance to try on your own! You have learned how to do basic formatting and change the way your documents look. Now, let’s learn how to save and print them!

Yes, it is that time again! You should work on some typing skills. Check out a few of these free typing websites to help build your skills:

Now it's your turn! Let's see your awesome Microsoft Word skills!

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