Grade 6 - Computer Science Unit 5 Word Processor

Grade 6 - Computer Science Unit 5 Word Processor

Glossary/Terminologies

  • 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.

  1. 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.


  2. 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.

  3. 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

 

  1. 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.
  2. 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.

  1. 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.

  2. 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.