Grade 6 - Computer Science Unit 5 Word Processor
- What is a Word Processor?
A word pressor is a software that allows users to create, edit, and print documents. Examples of Word Processors are Microsoft Word, WordPad, Google Docs, Apple Pages, and Apache OpenOffice Writer.
- What are the uses of Word Processors?
Word Process is used to create test documents containing several pages like an essay, assignments, etc.
- What is quick access Toolbar?
Quick access Toolbar holds frequently used commands such as Save, Undo, and Redo and other commands can also be added to it.
- What is a tab?
A tab is a collection of groups of commands related to the items in a document.
- What is Ribbon?
Ans: A ribbon is a graphical control element that contains a set of commands or toolbars places on several Tabs.
- Why we select Text?
The Text is selected to apply commands on it like Copy, Cut, Delete, Change Font, and Color.
- Write the shortcuts of Cut / Copy / Paste.
Cut Command (Ctrl + X), Copy Command (Ctrl + C), Past Command
- What is the alignment?
Alignment is the arrangement of words in a line between the margins of a page. The alignments are Align Text Left, Center, Align Text Right, and Justify.
- What is change Case?
Ans: Change case changes the case of text to sentence case, UPPERCASE, lowercase, Capitalize each word, and toggle case.
ANSWER THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS.
- What is the difference between Copy and Cut command?
Ans: Copy Command creates a duplicate of the selected text or content and leaves the original unchanged. It can be copied within a document or to another document or program.
Cut Command moves the text or content from one place to another within a document or to another document or program. Cut command cuts the text and Past command places the text to another location.
- What is the use of Paste Command?
Ans: Cut / Copy Command creates the duplicate of selected text or content and the paste command places the text to another location where you click in the same program or other programs.
- Why do you use alignment and what alignment is there in Word?
Ans: Alignment is the arrangement of words in a line between the margins of a page. It improves the appearance of the document. There are four alignments.
Align Text Left b. Text Align Center c. Test Align Right d. Text Align Justify
- What is text editing?
Ans: A text editor is a type of computer program that edits plain text. Such programs are sometimes known as Word Processors.
- What are the steps to save and print a document?
Ans: Here is the list of steps to save a document.
Click the File Table
2. Click Save from the list.
3. Enter a filename in the dialog box.
4. Click the save button.
You may Press (Ctrl + S) to save in computer memory.
Use the following steps to Print a document.
1. Click the File tab.
2.Click Print from the list
3. Change the print setting if needed
4. Click Print
You may press (Ctrl+P) to print a document.
- What are the steps to check spelling and grammar?
Ans: Following are the steps for checking spelling and grammar.
Type a sentence or a paragraph in word.
b. Click Spelling & Grammar on the Review tab.
c. Spelling & Grammar dialog box appears is Word to find any errors in the document or selected text.
d. Click the change button to correct the error.
- What are the steps to copy and paste?
Ans: Select the text or object to create a duplicate, click copy icon, or press (Ctrl+C). Use past command (Ctrl+V) places the text to another location where you click or move the cursor.
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