Microsoft Office 2016: The Complete Guide (2015)

INCORPORATING PICTORIAL ELEMENTS

Adjusting the Document’s Backdrop

Select the One Page option in order to see the page in its entirety inside the program window.

Press the Page Color option which is located inside the Page Background Group on the Design tab. The Theme Colors Palette found on the Page Color option list select the second swatch found beneath the primary green swatch in order to adjust the document’s backdrop to the chosen color.

Select Fill Effects to gain access to the Fill Effects dialog box in the Page Color option list.

Click the Two Color alternative in the Colors region. Assign yellow to color one. Select the Color 2 arrow and as for the Theme Colors Palette select the third swatch beneath the primary blue swatch. This results in the Variants and Sample region to display different combinations of both colors.

Select every option to note for yourself the different effects in the Variants and Sample region inside the Shading Styles region. If it is that you observe that selected shading styles only comprises two variations, select Diagonal down.

Inside the variants area, select the lower-left option to temporarily view its effect. Afterwards select OK to adjust the document background so that it is identical to the sample.

Arranging the Page’s Background using a Texture Fill.

Bring up the Fill Effects dialog box again. Select the Texture tab in order for the 24 texture fill related to word selection is seen.

Browse the gallery to have a general knowledge of the accessible textures. Select the initial swatch found in the second row. Select Ok to apply that texture to the page’s backdrop. The applied backdrop is consistently applied throughout the page by default.

Bring up back the Fill Effect dialog box on the page. At the first press the Pattern tab to see the pattern fill options that are accessible. Select the Picture tab then press the Select Picture option to make the Insert Pictures dialog box.

Note: It is possible for you to put the background pictures from the Texture Tab or the Picture with considerable disparity in the results.

Select Browse which is found inside the form a File region from the Insert Pictures Dialog box. A Select Picture dialog box will now be accessible then go through Chapter09 practice file folder then double-click the any image. Select OK found in the Fill Effects dialog box to modify the page backdrop to show a vague image of the one chosen.

Apply a Border to the Page

The following steps are required:

Go to the Page Background collection and select the Page Borders option so that you can see the Page Border option so that you can see the Page Border page found in the Borders and Shading dialog box.

Select Box sited inside the Setting area of the Borders and Shading dialog box. Then select the Color, then in the Theme Colors palette select any swatch beneath the primary gold swatch.

Browse the Style menu, selecting whichever style choice you would like to employ on the page’s Preview panel. After finding the desired option, select OK.

Select the Page Break.

Utilizing Watermarks

To do this the following steps are required:

Select the Watermark option placed in the Page Background on the Design tab to gain access to the Watermark option list.

Browse the selection of various watermarks and observe the different possibilities you can gain access to. Selecting whichever option places, the identified watermark in a light grey shade on each page of the document.

Beneath the option list, select Custom Watermark to allow Printed Watermark dialog box to be accessible. After which you should select Text Watermark.

Select the Color arrow after which go to the Theme Colors palette and select the primary red swatch.

Note: One significant feature of a great watermark is that it is seemingly an element of the paper rather than the contents.

How to Add a Pictorial Watermarks?

To do this the following steps are a must:

Place the printed watermark dialog box on the screen again. Select Picture Watermark to allow the Insert Picture dialog box to be accessible.

Press Browse located in the form a File region from the Insert Pictures dialog box. When the Insert Pictures dialog box is accessible, go through to Chapter09 practice document folder where you should double-click the OTSI-Logo picture to place the image’s file path found inside the Printed Watermark dialog box.

Within the Printed Watermark dialog box, select the Scale arrow after which select 100% in the option list.

Providing that the Washout box is selected, select apply to place the Watermark in the file while at the same time allowing the dialog box to be accessible. Use the cursor to pull the dialog box until the watermark is visible.

Select the dialog box, located inside the Printed Watermark dialog box, drag the cursor to click 200% and type in 400% in order to substitute the current settings. Now select OK to adjust the size of the watermark and exit the dialog box.

Placing Parts of the Already Formatted Contents in the Document

To do this the following steps are required:

Make sure that the cursor is above the document and select the Cover Page option so as to see the variety of accessible cover pages.

Browse the selection of accessible options then select Semaphore to put in the cover page comprises slot specific to names, titles, dates and addresses.

Note: In the event that essential information previously saved that comprises elements of the document into which you are putting on the cover page, by default, Word will put the saved information in place of the placeholders.

Select data placeholder; select the arrow that is now visible. Select today inside the Calendar control you can now see.

Select the Document title placeholder, then type in Room Layout. While you type in the text it will be seen in capital letters as a result of the character formatting employed for any particular style.

Select the Document subtitle placeholder and type in using the Room Planner tool. In opposition to the previous text, the words are now seen in small caps where every letter is in fact capital letters but they are smaller in general than capital letters.

Select the Author Name placeholder and commence typing in your name. As you are doing this though, Word should be able to notice your name based of the user name data stored alongside the program and show a Screen Tip which comprises your entire name.

Type in the remainder of your name, or in the event that Screen Tip is visible select Enter to allow Word to enter it by default show the Information page of the Backstage view. Take note that select information typed in on the cover page can now be seen in the properties area.

Below the Properties region, select the Show All Properties link to show additional properties. Inside the enlarged menu of options, place the cursor on the right of the Company and select the box that you see. Now type in the title of your enterprise. In the event that none is available employ Graphic Design Institute for other options.

Select the Back arrow located on the top of the page tabs to go back to the cover page. You will now see that the typed in company title in the Properties region replaces the area of the Company name placeholder.

Click the Company Address Placeholder, then select Delete to erase it from the cover page.

Applying Footers and Headers to the Document

These are the required steps:

Go through to the second page, click and erase the title, Room Layout.

Using the cursor at the top of page 2 at the Insert tab, inside the Header and Footer group select the Header option. Browse the Header selection after which you should select the Facet (Even Page) header to apply it to the page. Please be aware that even though you are on page 2 of the document, the header will show page 1. This is as a result of the fact that the cover page is numbered separately from the rest of the pages found in the file.

Inspect the information of varying selections accessible on the Design tool tab. Inside the Options group, click the Different Odd and Even Page option box while at the same time realizing that the header label is modified from Header to Odd Page Header.

Select the Next option to place the header region at the beginning of page 3. Inside the gallery selection, select the Facet (Odd Page) thumbnail to apply the header to the document.

Inside the Navigation group select the Go to Footer option to place the cursor to the footer area found at the end of the final page of the document. Select the Footer option found in the Header and Footer group. Now go to the gallery and select Facet (Odd Page) thumbnail to apply the footer and the other elements related to the document.

Press the Previous button option found in the Navigation group to go to the footer region of page 2. Select the Facet (Odd Page) thumbnail inside the Footer selection to install the related document features. Go now to Close group and select the Close Header and Footer option.

Inserting Quote Boxes on the Document

To do this follow the subsequent instructions:

Along the Insert tab, inside the Text group, select the Quick Parts option. Select Building Blocks Organizer to gain access to its dialog box.

Browse the Building Blocks menu, temporarily viewing some of the building blocks. Select the Name column heading then double-click the separator located to the right of the Name column heading so that you can always see the names, then browse the list for a second time.

Inside the Building Blocks menu, select Semaphore Quote, note its location on the page shown inside the preview panel. Now select Insert to place the quote box in the similar location on the document page and bring up the Drawing tools and Format tool tab on the screen, giving you the opportunity to arrange the quote box contents.

Adjust the document’s zoom level to around 100% so that you are able to read the text. Now select the placeholder inside the quote box to highlight the place holder text.

Select anywhere in the Accounting heading inside the document.

Select the Expand button found inside the Outline Tools group to enlarge just the Accounting Section to its level 2 sub-headings.

Select the Demote button inside the Outline Tools group to adjust the Accounting heading to a level 2 heading. Please be aware of the fact that it is at this instance that it is currently at the same level as the subheadings before.

Select the Undo option found along the Quick Access Toolbar to get the Accounting heading back to level 1.

Select the Collapse option inside the Outline Tools group to show only level 1 headings.

Select the Demote option to put back the Accounting heading to level 2. Now select the Expand option to enlarge the Accounting section. As a result of the subheadings being concealed at the time of putting the heading back to level 2, the subheadings are subsequently demoted to level 2 in an effort to retain the hierarchy within the section.

Select the Collapse button to conceal the subheadings of the Accounting area, and inside the Outline Tools select the Promote option to revert the Accounting heading back to level 1.

Hold down Ctrl+Home to ascend to the start of the document. Inside the Outline Tools group which is found in the Show Level list, select Level 2 to show every heading in both level 1 and 2 in the document.

Select the plus sign which is found to the left of the first heading in order to highlight all the content in that section. Now go through to the Outline Tools group, select the Move Up button four times to move the Shipping heading along with its subheading above the Accounting heading.

Select the Paste arrow which is sited inside the Clipboard group along the Home Tab. Place the cursor on every Paste Options button to show a temporary image of the copied text in the quote box, after which select the Keep Text Only option in order to substitute the copied text the for the placeholder text.

Adjust the zoom level to show the entire page inside the program pane. Now descend the document to the final page then select anywhere on the page.

Select the Text Box button, inside the Text group along the Insert tab. browse the selection available then select the Facet Sidebar thumbnail which is located to the left. This is to put in a sidebar on the other side of the page from the header and footer content.

Adjust the zoom level of the page to 100% so that you can read the contents of the documents.

Now that the Sidebar title is activated, type in your title.

Erase the starting word and the colon located at the start of the final paragraph of the entire document. Now highlight the rest of the document and cut the highlighted data to the Clipboard.

Select the sidebar content placeholder found inside the sidebar to highlight the placeholder text. Repeat steps a-r to paste the text from the Clipboard to the sidebar while at the same time not changing the sidebar formatting.