CHAPTER NO-7 "Word Processing"

“Word Processing”

Q NO 1:- What do we mean by Word Processing? Which word processors are available in the market? What is the advantage of MS.WORD over other word processors?
WORD PROCESSOR: – Word processor can be defined as processing the words electronically. Word processor is a computer program, which gives set of commands and tools to process the words electronically using a computer. In Word we write the simplest documents like application, letters, memos, and most complex documents like reports and books.

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Word processing are available in the market:- In market different word processor are available. Most commonly used are MS-Word and Word perfect. In 80% of the offices and homes MS-Word in used.
Q NO 2:- Write detailed not on the environment of MS- Word?
The MS- Word environment has the following common components.
TITLE BAR: – The top line of the MS-Word program is called title bar. It shows the name of the program.
MENU BAR: – It gives the list of commands or options that a user can apply on his documents.
TOOL BAR: – These are the set of commands shown in the form of pictures below the menu bar. They are executed by the click of the mouse.
RULER: – It is located below the toolbar and used to show the position of the text on the page both horizontally and vertically.
Document area: – This is the area usually white in color provided to the user to write his document.
SCROLL BAR: – They are used to control the movement of the document if it can’t fit in the space provided by the Word processor. They are two types.
HORIZONTAL: – It controls the horizontal scrolling of the text.
VERTICAL: – It controls the vertical scrolling of the text.
STATUS BAR: – It is bar located at the bottom of the window.

Q NO 3:- Write the complete steps to perform the following:

  1. Loading MS-Word.
    M: – Start? program? accessories? MS-Word.
  2. Create a new folder in MS-Word.
    M: – File?open?click create new folder? type name.
  3. Create a table to contain 20 rows and 10 columns.
    M: – Table?insert?table?select rows? select columns?ok.
  4. To include header and footer.
    M: – View heater and footer type header and footer?ok.
  5. Insert picture in a chart in a Word processor.
    M: – In chart dialog box? edit? import file? select picture? open.
    Q NO 4:- What is the difference between?
    Save: – This option is used to save the current file in your computer.
    Save as: – This option is used to make another copy of the save file.
    Paste:- This option is used to past your selected data.
    Past special:- This option is used to past the formatted data, unformatted data, and other options.
    Print: – This option is used to print the current file according your instructions.
    Print preview: – This option is used to display the full page of the current printed file.
    Undo: – This option is used to restore deleted data.
    Redo: – This option is used to repeat the last commands.
    Full screen: – This option is used to display full screen of the current file.
    Zoom: – This option is used to display current file according your own percent.
    Q NO 5:- Write the purpose of the following?
    (1) Replace: – In the help of this option we replace one text to another.
    (2) Footnotes: – In the help of this option we write comments in the end of the documents.
    (3) Style: – In the help of this option we change the font in different style.
    (4) Filed: – In the help of this option we select any filed for us.
    LET STATEMENT: – It is one of the most fundamental and most important statements of BASIC language. This statement is also called as assignment statement, because it is used to assign a numeric or string value to a variable. LET statement has the following general form:
    Line# LET Variable = [constant]
    Let A$=”NAFID” Let X = 8
    Let B$=”YULIA” Let Y = X+2
    Let B$ = A$ Let X = X+Y
    Let A$ = B$ Print”Result = “;Z
    PRINT A$,B$ End
    PRINT STATEMENT:- Print statement is used to display the data on the screen. It can be used to display message, value of variables and to print the answers of arithmetic expression. The PRINT statement has the following form:

Line # PRINT [OR?] [Constant]
To Print Blank lines:-
10 Print”NAFID ULAH”
20 Print
30 Print”YULIA”
40 Run
To Print Constants: Print”soma”
10 Print 9 Print’Hell! How are you?”
20 Print -100 Print”Wellcome to show”
30 Print 3.14159 Print “”
40 Print 1.23E+2 Run
50 Run
LPRINT STATEMENT: – It is used for printer output. It is used to print output data on the printer rather than on the screen. It has the following general form:
Line# LPRINT {Constant, Variable, and/ Expression}
PRINT USING STATEMENT:- It is used for formatted that is allows printed output to be formatted. Both numeric and string data can be rounded as well as +,-,$ Signs can easily be inserted in the output result. Syntax:
Line# PRINT USING “Format string”; List-of-expressions
10 Print using”####”; 44

REM STATEMENT: – REM Statement is used to include comments/remarks in BASIC program. This statement consists of statement number followed by the keyword REM, followed by any remarks. It has the following general form:

  1. Line # REM [OR,] Any Comments.
    10 ‘This is a comment line.
    END STATEMENT:- END statement is used to terminate the execution of the program. It can be given anywhere in the BASIC program physically but logically it must be the very last statement of the program. Though the END statement is optional to use, but it is a good programming practice to include the END statement in all BASIC programs. The END statement has the following format:
    LOOP: A loop is an instruction or group of instruction that the computer executes repeatedly to a specified number of time or until some terminating satisfied
    Repetition of statement
    10 For I=2 to 20
    20 Print I
    30 next
    10 For I = 2 to 20 step 2
    20 print I
    30 next
    Auto Commands (Alt+A):-
    Auto Commands are used to generate the line number automatically.
    Syntax: – Auto (Enter).
    Syntax: – Auto 2 (Enter).
    Syntax: – Auto 100 (Enter).
    Syntax: – Auto 10, 50 (Enter).
    Syntax: – Auto 100,100 (Enter).
    To End Page Break: – Clt+Break.
    List Commands (List). (F1)
    Its produce the entire list of the program on the screen.
    Syntax: – List (Enter).
    Syntax: – List 40 (Enter).
    Syntax: – List 100-200 (Enter).
    Syntax: – List -80 (Enter).
    Syntax: – List 80 (Enter).
    Run Commands (F2).
    To execute the Basic program.
    Syntax: – Run (Enter).
    Load Commands (F3).
    To load a program to disk into memory.
    Syntax: – Load “Basic. Bas” (Enter).
    Save Commands (F4).
    To save the Basic program on disk.
    Syntax:-Save “File name” (Enter).
    Delete Commands (Alt+D)
    The delete commands are used to delete a program statements or a group of statements.
    Syntax: – Delete (Enter).
    Syntax: – Delete 70 (Enter).
    Syntax: – Delete 80-150
    Syntax: – Delete -100
    Syntax: – Delete 100-
    Renum Commands:-
    The Renum commands are used to renumber the program statements numbers.
    Syntax: – Renum (Enter).
    Files Commands:-
    To display all Basic Files.
    Syntax: – Files (Enter).
    Kill Commands:-
    It is used to delete Basic files permanents.
    Syntax: – Kill “File name.bac” (Enter)
    Key Commands:-
    It is used to change the name of the file.
    Syntax:- Name”old file name”AS “new file name” (Enter)



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