Computer Book Class V - Kendriya Vidyalaya Birbhum

Computer Book Class V - Kendriya Vidyalaya Birbhum
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Patron
Shri C. Neelap
Deputy Commissioner, KVS RO Guwahati
Regional Co-ordination & Compilation
Shri D. Patle
Asstt. Commissioner, KVS RO Guwahati
School Co-ordination
Shri S. Sarkar
Principal, KV IOC, Noonmati, Guwahati
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Shri Munna Lal
Principal, KV HPCL Jagiroad, Assam
Subject Expert
Shri. Ashish Kumar Joshi
PGT(CS), KV HPCL Jagiroad,Assam
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INDEX
UNIT
Unit I
Unit II
Unit III
Unit IV
UNIT NAME
TABLE CREATION IN WORD
1.1 Inserting Tables
1.1.1 Selecting no of rows and Columns
1.1.2 Inserting new row and Column
1.1.3 Merging the cells.
1.1.4 Filling the color in cells.
1.1.5 Alignment in the table(vertical and horizontal)
1.1.6 Table borders
1.2 Draw Table
MORE IN WORD
2.1 Manipulating Paragraph
2.1.1 Selecting
2.1.2 Moving
2.1.3 Copying
2.1.4 Page Layout menu
2.1.5 Margins Setting
2.1.6 Orientation
2.1.7 Paper size (Legal & A4)
2.1.8 Page Borders
2.2 Indentation
2.3 Wrap Text / Positioning Image
WORKING IN EXCEL
3.1 Working with Sheets
3.1.1 Creating/Deleting Sheets
3.1.2 Renaming Sheets
3.1.3 Copying / Moving Sheets
3.2 Inserting New Row and Column
3.3 Deleting/Hiding the Rows and Columns
3.4 Changing the width and height of the column and row.
3.5 Find and Select the data in a given range.
3.6 VIEW MENU
3.6.1 Gridlines
3.6.2 Freeze Panes
3.6.3 View side by side
3.6.4 Synchronous Scrolling
MULTIMEDIA
4.1 Introduction to Multimedia
4.1.1 Definition
4.1.2 Uses of Multimedia
4.1.3 Hardware and Software required
4.2 Media Player
4.2.1 How to open and use
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Unit V
Unit VI
4.3 Sound recorder
4.3.1 How to open and use
4.4 Movie Maker
4.4.1 Inserting Image
4.4.2 Setting timeline
4.4.3 Publishing movie
MAKING A POWERFUL PRESENTATION
5.1 Design Menu
5.1.1 Slide Designs
5.2 Transition Menu
5.2.1 Different Effects on Slides
5.3 Animation Menu
5.3.1 Different Effects on Object
5.4 Viewing Presentation in Different ways
5.4.1 Managing Slides in the Slide Sorter View
5.4.2 Running a Presentation in the Slide Show View
5.5 Previewing and Printing a Presentation
5.5.1 Selecting Page Setup Options
5.5.2 Printing a Presentation
5.6 Showing presentation using Projector
INTERNET
6.1 Review of Internet
6.1.1 Introduction to Internet
6.1.2 Web Browsers
6.1.3 Websites
6.1.4 Search Engines
6.2 Exploring the different websites
6.2.1 KVS Website
6.2.2 Vidyalaya’s Website
6.2.3 Wikipedia
6.2.4 Edustrokes
Sample Papers
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Unit 1: TABLE CREATION IN WORD
Minimum Level of learning
 Student should be able to create a time table of their class in word.
 Student should be able to create a greeting card using page borders and other options.
In This unit
1.1 Inserting Tables
1.1.1 Selecting no of rows and Columns
1.1.2 Inserting new row and Column
1.1.3 Merging the cells.
1.1.4 Filling the color in cells.
1.1.5 Alignment in the table(vertical and horizontal)
1.1.6 Table borders
1.2 Draw Table
Introduction:-
Dear Students, in this unit, we will learn about the tables in MS-word. First we are going to see “what is
MS-word actually”
Microsoft Word or MS-WORD (often called Word) is a graphical word processing program that users can
type with. It is made by the computer company Microsoft. The purpose of the MS Word is to allow the
users to type and save documents. Similar to other word processors, it has helpful tools to make
documents.
Microsoft Word 2007
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Students currently there are many version of MS-Word is available in the market like Office 2003, 2007.
2010, 2013 etc. here we are considering MS-word 2007 version.
1.1Inserting Tables
In Microsoft Office Word 2007, you can insert a table by choosing from a selection of preformatted
tables — complete with sample data — or by selecting the number of rows and columns that you want.
You can insert a table into a document, or you can insert one table into another table to create a more
complex table. There are 3 ways by which you can insert a table in the document and these 3 ways are as
following:1.1.1 Selecting no of rows and Columns
(i)
Use table templates
You can use table templates to insert a table that is based on a gallery of preformatted tables. Table
templates contain sample data to help you visualize what the table will look like when you add your
data.
1. Click where you want to insert a table.
2. On the Insert tab, in the Tables group, click Table, point to Quick Tables, and then click the
template that you want.
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(ii)
Use the Table menu
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Click where you want to insert a table.
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On the Insert tab, in the Tables group, click Table, and then, under Insert Table,
drag to select the number of rows and columns that you want.
(iii)
Use the Insert Table command
You can use the Insert Table command to choose the table dimensions and format before you
insert the table into a document.
1. Click where you want to insert a table.
2. On the Insert tab, in the Tables group, click Table, and then click Insert Table.
3. Under Table size, enter the number of columns and rows.
4. Under AutoFit behavior, choose options to adjust the table size.
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1.1.2 Inserting new row and Column:After inserting a table if you want to add/insert new row or new column then you can follow the following
procedure:Add a row above or below
1. Click in a cell above or below where you want to add a row.
2. Under Table Tools, on the Layout tab, do one of the following:
 To add a row above the cell, click Insert Above in the Rows and Columns group.
 To add a row below the cell, click Insert Below in the Rows and Columns group
Add a column to the left or right
1. Click in a cell to the left or right of where you want to add a column.
2. Under Table Tools, on the Layout tab, do one of the following:
 To add a column to the left of the cell, click Insert Left in the Rows and Columns group.
 To add a column to the right of the cell, click Insert Right in the Rows and Columns group.
1.1.3 Merging the cells.
Merge (Combine/Join) cells
You can combine two or more table cells located in the same row or column into a single cell. For
example, you can merge several cells horizontally to create a table heading that spans several columns.
1. Select the cells that you want to merge by clicking the left edge of a cell and then dragging across
the other cells that you want.
2. Under Table Tools, on the Layout tab, in the Merge group, click Merge Cells.
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1.1.4 Filling the color in cells.
You can fill any color in a specific cell or group of cell to make it distinct from the other cell in the table by
follow the following procedure;1. Select the cells that you want to fill with color by clicking the left edge of a cell and then dragging
across the other cells that you want.
2. Under Table Tools, on the Design tab, click shading then select any color of your choice.
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1.1.5 Alignment in the table (vertical and horizontal):Aligning text in columns and rows in Word is a matter of choosing how you want the text to line up
vertically and how you want it to line up horizontally. Follow these steps to align text in a table:
1. Select the cells, columns, or rows, with text that you want to align (or select your entire table).
2. Go to the (Table Tools) Layout tab.
3. Click an Align button (you may have to click the Alignment button first, depending on the size of
your screen).
Word offers nine ways to align text
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1.1.6 Table borders:When you add a border to a picture, text, or page, you can make those elements in your document stand
out. You can do the same with the tables in your documents. You can add a border to a table by using the
Border Styles, you can design your own custom border, or you can apply a pre-designed table style.
Add table borders
1. Under Table Tools, click the Design tab.
2. In the Table Styles group, click Borders, and then do one of the following:
o Click one of the predefined border sets.
o Click Borders and shading, click the Borders tab, and then choose the options that you want.
Remove table borders from the whole table
1. Under Table Tools, click the Design tab.
2. In the Table Styles group, click Borders, and then click No Border.
1.2 Draw Table:You can draw a complex table — for example, one that contains cells of different heights or a varying
number of columns per row.
1. Click where you want to draw the table.
2. On the Insert tab, in the Tables group, click Table.
3. Click Draw Table.
The pointer changes to a pencil.
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4. To define the outer boundaries of the table, draw a rectangle.
5. Draw column and row lines inside the rectangle.
6. To erase a line or block of lines, under Table Tools, on the Design tab, in the Draw Borders group,
click Eraser
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7. Click the line that you want to erase. When you are finished, click Draw Table to continue drawing
the table.
8. When you finish drawing the table, click in a cell and start typing or insert a graphic.
Assignments: Create a time table of your class in word using tables.
 Create a greeting card using page borders and other options.
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Unit 2:
MORE IN WORD
Minimum Level of learning
 Student should be able to create a time table of their class in word.
 Student should be able to create a greeting card using page borders and other options.
In This unit:2.1 Manipulating Paragraph
2.1.1 Selecting
2.1.2 Moving
2.1.3 Copying
2.1.4 Page Layout menu
2.1.5 Margins Setting
2.1.6 Orientation
2.1.7 Paper size (Legal & A4)
2.1.8 Page Borders
2.2 Indentation
2.3 Wrap Text / Positioning Image
Introduction:A paragraph in Word is any text that ends with a hard return. You can insert a hard return anytime by
pressing the Enter key. Paragraph formatting lets you control the appearance. For example, you can
change the alignment of text from left to center or the spacing between lines form single to double.
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2.1
Manipulating Paragraph:-
2.1.1
Selecting:-
You can select a paragraph on one page and a sentence on a different page. you can select the
paragraph by using mouse or by using the keyboard.
Select text by using the mouse:-
(i) To select an entire document, do one of the following:
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On the Home tab, in the Editing group, click Select, and then click Select All.
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Move the pointer to the left of any text until it turns into a right-pointing arrow, and then
triple-click.
(ii)
To select
Do this
Any amount of
text
Click where you want to begin the selection, hold down the left mouse button,
and then drag the pointer over the text that you want to select.
A word
Double-click anywhere in the word.
A line of text
Move the pointer to the left of the line until it changes to a right-pointing arrow,
and then click.
A sentence
Hold down CTRL, and then click anywhere in the sentence.
A paragraph
Triple-click anywhere in the paragraph.
Multiple
paragraphs
Move the pointer to the left of the first paragraph until it changes to a rightpointing arrow, and then press and hold down the left mouse button while you
drag the pointer up or down.
A large block of
text
Click at the start of the selection, scroll to the end of the selection, and then hold
down SHIFT while you click where you want the selection to end.
An entire
document
Move the pointer to the left of any text until it changes to a right-pointing arrow,
and then triple-click.
Headers and
footers
In Print Layout view, double-click the dimmed header or footer text. Move the
pointer to the left of the header or footer until it changes to a right-pointing
arrow, and then click.
Footnotes and
Click the footnote or endnote text, move the pointer to the left of the text until it
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To select
Do this
endnotes
changes to a right-pointing arrow, and then click.
A vertical block
of text
Hold down ALT while you drag the pointer over the text.
A text box or
frame
Move the pointer over the border of the frame or text box until the pointer
becomes a four-headed arrow, and then click.
(iii) Select text in different places
You can select text or items in a table that are not next to each other. For example, you can select a
paragraph on one page and a sentence on a different page.
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Select some text or an item in a table.
Hold down CTRL while you select any additional text or item in a table that you want.
Select text by using the keyboard
Select text in the body of a document
NOTE To select an entire document, press CTRL+A.
To select
Do this
One character to the right
Press SHIFT+RIGHT ARROW.
One character to the left
Press SHIFT+LEFT ARROW.
A word from its beginning
to its end
Place the insertion point at the beginning of the word, and then press
CTRL+SHIFT+RIGHT ARROW.
A word from its end to its
beginning
Move the pointer to the end of the word, and then press
CTRL+SHIFT+LEFT ARROW.
A line from its beginning to Press HOME, and then press SHIFT+END.
its end
A line from its end to its
beginning
Press END, and then press SHIFT+HOME.
One line down
Press END, and then press SHIFT+DOWN ARROW.
One line up
Press HOME, and then press SHIFT+UP ARROW.
A paragraph from its
Move the pointer to the beginning of the paragraph, and then press
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To select
Do this
beginning to its end
CTRL+SHIFT+DOWN ARROW.
A paragraph from its end
to its beginning
Move the pointer to the end of the paragraph, and then press
CTRL+SHIFT+UP ARROW.
A document from its end
to its beginning
Move the pointer to the end of the document, and then press
CTRL+SHIFT+HOME.
A document from its
beginning to its end
Move the pointer to the beginning of the document, and then press
CTRL+SHIFT+END.
From the beginning of a
window to its end
Move the pointer to the beginning of the window, and then press
ALT+CTRL+SHIFT+PAGE DOWN.
The entire document
Press CTRL+A.
A vertical block of text
Press CTRL+SHIFT+F8, and then use the arrow keys. Press ESC to turn
off the selection mode.
The nearest character
Press F8 to turn on selection mode, and then press LEFT ARROW or
RIGHT ARROW; press ESC to turn off the selection mode.
A word, a sentence, a
paragraph, or a document
Press F8 to turn on selection mode, and then press F8 once to select a
word, twice to select a sentence, three times to select a paragraph, or
four times to select the document. Press ESC to turn off the selection
mode.
2.1.2 Moving:•
Moving is also known as Cut and Paste. It allows you to remove selected text from the
document/paragraph and place it to different location.
To cut and paste a block of text:
• Select the text you want to move.
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Click the Cut button on the Standard toolbar.
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Place the insertion point where you want the text inserted.
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Click the Paste button.
or in Keyboard Press Ctrl + X
in Keyboard Press Ctrl + V
2.1.3 Copying
Copying text can be useful if you need to duplicate words you have already typed as it saves time and
effort. Follow these step-by-step instructions to copy and paste text
Step 1: Open an existing Word document or start a new document and type your text.
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Step 2: To copy text, it will need to be selected or highlighted with the mouse first. When the mouse
pointer is moved over a text area, the pointer will change from an arrow to a ‘text select’ or ‘I-beam’
icon.
Step 3: Select your text so that it’s highlighted.
Step 4: Copy the text by clicking on the copy icon at the left-hand side of the formatting ribbon.
Step 5: Use the mouse to move the cursor to where you wish to paste the copied text.
Step 6: Click Paste to insert the copied text in its new place in your text.
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Step 8: Your text will now be duplicated in the new position in your document.
Step 9: Once text is highlighted, it’s also possible to copy and paste it using a keyboard shortcut
instead of the mouse, which some people find easier.
To copy, press and hold Ctrl (the control key) on the keyboard and then press the C on the keyboard.
( Ctrl+C )
To paste, press and hold down Ctrl and then press V. ( Ctrl+V )
2.1.4
Page Layout menu
2.1.5
Margins Setting
Page layout is the term used to describe how each page of your document will appear when it is
printed. In Word, page layout includes elements such as the Themes, Page Setup, Page
Background, Paragraph setting etc.
Page margins are the blank space around the edges of the page (Top, Bottom, Left, and Right) in
general, you can insert text and graphics in the printable area between the margins. However, you
can position some items in the margins — for example, headers, footers, and page numbers.
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Change or set page margins
1. On the Page Layout tab, in the Page Setup group, click Margins.
2. Click the margin type that you want. For the most common margin width, click Normal.
When you click the margin type that you want, your entire document automatically changes to
the margin type that you have selected.
3. You can also specify your own margin settings. Click Margins, click Custom Margins, and then
in the Top, Bottom, Left, and Right boxes, enter new values for the margins.
2.1.6
Orientation:-
You can choose either portrait (vertical) or landscape (horizontal) orientation for all or part of your
document.
1. On the Page Layout tab, in the Page Setup group, click Orientation.
2. Click Portrait or Landscape.
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2.1.7 Paper size (Legal & A4):-
Page size refers to the area of your Paper or sheet, size is the size of the paper used for
printing.
Choose a page size
In the Page Setup dialog box, click the icon that represents the page size that you want. For
example, click Letter 8.5 x 11".
The default paper size in Microsoft Word is 8.5 x 11 inches –the standard size (called Letter)
Some more standard paper size are:A-4 8.27 x 11.69".
Legal 8.5 x 14".
2.1.8
Page Borders:-
You can put a border around the page.
On the Page Layout tab, in the Page background group, click Page Borders.
In the Borders and Shading box, design your border:
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b.
c.
d.
e.
Under Setting, choose the border style you want.
Under Style, click the line style you want.
Click the arrow under Color and choose a border color.
Click the arrow under Width and choose the width you want.
If you want a clip-art border instead, click the arrow under Art and choose a border graphic.
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2.4 Indentation:Indentation determines the distance of the paragraph from either the left or the right margin. Within the
margins, you can increase or decrease the indentation of a paragraph or group of paragraphs.
1. Click in front of the line that you want to indent.
2. On the Page Layout tab, click the Paragraph Dialog Box Launcher, and then click
the Indents and Spacing tab.
2.5
Wrap Text / Positioning Image:-
Microsoft Office Word enables you to wrap text easily around pictures, shapes, and tables with any
position or style that you want.
Wrap text around a picture or drawing object
1. If the picture or object is on a drawing canvas, select the canvas. If the picture or object is
not on a drawing canvas, select the picture or object.
2. On the Format tab, in the Arrange group, click Position.
If the Arrange group is collapsed and Position isn't visible, click the Arrange button, and then
click Position.
Click the wrapping position that you want to apply.
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TIP Drag the picture or object if you want to change its position on the page. The text wrapping adjusts to
the object in its new location.
3. To change how the text flows around the object, or make other changes to the wrap
settings, in the Arrange group, click Text Wrapping and then click the option that looks best.
Assignments: Design a Page with many Paragraphs and manipulate the paragraph by using Selection,
Move, Copy, Margins, Orientation, Size, Border, and Indentation.
 Design a Page with picture and text and perform Wrap Text with Picture.
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Unit 3: WORKING IN EXCEL
Minimum Level of learning
 Student should be able to create a sheet with his/her own name.
In This unit:3.1 Working with Sheets
3.1.1 Creating/Deleting Sheets
3.1.2 Renaming Sheets
3.1.3 Copying / Moving Sheets
3.2 Inserting New Row and Column
3.3 Deleting/Hiding the Rows and Columns
3.4 Changing the width and height of the column and row.
3.5 Find and Select the data in a given range.
3.6 VIEW MENU
3.6.1 Gridlines
3.6.2 Freeze Panes
3.6.3 View side by side
3.6.4 Synchronous Scrolling
Introduction:-
Excel is a spreadsheet program that allows you to store, organize and analyze information, in this unit,
you will learn about the MS-Excel 2007 environment.
The Excel Interface:-
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3.1 Working with Sheets:-
What is worksheet/sheet: - A worksheet is a collection of cells where you keep and manipulate the data.
By default, each Excel workbook contains three worksheets.
3.1.1 Creating/Deleting Sheets:-
When you open Excel, Excel automatically selects Sheet1 for you. The name of the worksheet
appears on its sheet tab at the bottom of the document window.
To select one of the other two worksheets, simply click on the sheet tab of Sheet2 or Sheet3.
Insert a Worksheet
You can insert as many worksheets as you want. To quickly insert a new worksheet, click the Insert
Worksheet tab at the bottom of the document window.
Result:
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Delete a Worksheet
To delete a worksheet, right click on a sheet tab and choose Delete.
1. For example, delete Sheet4, Sheet2 and Sheet3.
Result:
3.1.2 Renaming Sheets:By default, the worksheets are named Sheet1, Sheet2 and Sheet3. To give a worksheet a more
specific name, execute the following steps.
1. Right click on the sheet tab of Sheet1.
2. Choose Rename.
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3. For example, type Sales 2010.
3.1.3 Copying / Moving Sheets:-
Copy a Worksheet
Imagine, you have got the sales for 2010 ready and want to create the exact same sheet for 2011,
but with different data. You can recreate the worksheet, but this is time-consuming. It's a lot
easier to copy the entire worksheet and only change the numbers.
1. Right click on the sheet tab of Sales 2010.
2. Choose Move or Copy...
The 'Move or Copy' dialog box appears.
3. Select (move to end) and check Create a copy.
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4. Click OK.
Result:
Note: you can even copy a worksheet to another Excel workbook by selecting the specific
workbook from the drop-down list (see the dialog box shown earlier).
Move a Worksheet
To move a worksheet, click on the sheet tab of the worksheet you want to move and drag it into
the new position.
1. For example, click on the sheet tab of Sheet4 and drag it before Sheet2.
Result:
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3.2 Inserting New Row and Column:Insert Row, Column
To insert a row between the values 20 and 40 below, execute the following steps.
1. Select row 3.
2. Right click, and then click Insert.
Result:
Note: - You can perform the same operation for inserting column.
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3.3 Deleting/Hiding the Rows and Columns:Deleting the Rows and Columns:To delete a row between the values 20 and 40 below, execute the following steps.
1. Select row 3.
2. Right click, and then click delete.
Result:
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Hiding the Rows and Columns:To hide a row between the values 20 and 40 below, execute the following steps.
1. Select row 3.
2. Right click, and then click Hide.
3. Result:
3.4 Changing the width and height of the column and row:On a worksheet, you can specify a column width of 0 (zero) to 255. This value represents the number of
characters that can be displayed in a cell that is formatted with the standard font. The default column
width is 8.43 characters. If a column has a width of 0 (zero), the column is hidden.
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You can specify a row height of 0 (zero) to 409. This value represents the height measurement in points (1
point equals approximately 1/72 inch or 0.035 cm). The default row height is 12.75 points (approximately
1/6 inch or 0.4 cm). If a row has a height of 0 (zero), the row is hidden.
Set a column to a specific width
1.
2.
3.
4.
Select the column or columns that you want to change.
On the Home tab, in the Cells group, click Format.
Under Cell Size, click Column Width.
In the Column width box, type the value that you want.
Set a row to a specific height
1.
2.
3.
4.
Select the row or rows that you want to change.
On the Home tab, in the Cells group, click Format.
Under Cell Size, click Row Height.
In the Row height box, type the value that you want.
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3.5 Find and Select the data in a given range.-
Supposing you have a data range as following screenshot, and now you want to find or select cells based
on certain criteria information in Excel, for example, you will find or select the cells which contain the
numbers between 80 and 100. How could you quickly solve this task?
You can solve this task by following methods:(i)
(ii)
Filter cells based on certain criteria with Filter function
Find cells based on certain criteria with Conditional Formatting
(i) Filter cells based on certain criteria with Filter function
With Filter function of Excel, you can display the cell rows that you need and hide the unwanted rows.
You can finish it with the following steps:
1. Highlight the column that you want to select the certain cells.
2. Click Data > Filter, see screenshot:
3. And a small triangle will display at the bottom right corner of the title, click the small triangle,
and a menu will appear. Choose Number Filter > Custom Filter… See screenshot:
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4. And a Custom AutoFilter dialog box will pop out. Then specify the criteria that you need as
following screenshot:
5. Click OK. And all of the cells which fit to the criteria have been displayed, and the others have been
hidden.
With this method, the other cells which don’t accord with the criteria will be hidden.
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(ii) Find cells based on certain criteria with Conditional Formatting
Conditional Formatting utility can help you to find and format the cells which match your criteria in
Excel, please do as this:
1. Select the data range that you want to use.
2. Click Home > Conditional Formatting > New Rule, see screenshot:
3. In the New Formatting Rule dialog box, select Format only cells that contain option under Select a
Rule Type, and then specify the criteria you need under Format the Rule Description, see screenshot:
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5. Then click Format button, in the Format Cells dialog, click Fill tab, and select one color you like
to shade your cells. See screenshot:
6. Click OK to close the dialogs, and the cells between 80 and 100 have been highlighted at once.
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3.6 VIEW MENU
3.6.1 Gridlines:-
Gridlines are the faint lines that appear around cells in Excel 2007. They are used to distinguish
cells on the worksheet.
Note: - Gridlines do not print by default.
Show/Hide gridlines on a worksheet
(i) Hide gridlines on a worksheet:If the design of your workbook requires it, you can hide the gridlines:
1. Select one or more worksheets.
2. On the View tab, in the Show/Hide group, clear the Gridlines check box.
(ii) Show gridlines on a worksheet
If the gridlines on your worksheet are hidden, you can use the following procedure to show them again.
1.
2.
Select one or more worksheets.
On the View tab, in the Show/Hide group, select the Gridlines check box.
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3.6.2 Freeze Panes
To keep an area of a worksheet visible while you scroll to another area of the worksheet, you can lock
specific rows or columns in one area by freezing or splitting panes.
When you freeze panes, you keep specific rows or columns visible when you scroll in the worksheet. For
example, you might want to keep row and column labels visible as you scroll.
A solid line indicates that row 1 is frozen to keep column labels in place when you scroll.
Freeze panes to lock specific rows or columns:1. On the worksheet, do one of the following:
To lock rows, select the row below the row or rows that you want to keep visible
when you scroll.
• To lock columns, select the column to the right of the column or columns that you
want to keep visible when you scroll.
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To lock both rows and columns, click the cell below and to the right of the rows and columns that
you want to keep visible when you scroll.
2. On the View tab, in the Window group, click the arrow below Freeze Panes.
3. Do one of the following:
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To lock one row only, click Freeze Top Row.
To lock one column only, click Freeze First Column.
To lock more than one row or column, or to lock both rows and columns at the same
time, click Freeze Panes.
3.6.3 View side by side:-
You can quickly compare two worksheets in the same workbook or in different workbooks by
viewing them side by side.
View two worksheets in the same workbook side by side
1. On the View tab, in the Window group, click New Window.
2. On the View tab, in the Window group, click View Side by Side
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3. In the workbook window, click the worksheets that you want to compare.
3.6.4 Synchronous Scrolling:If you want to compare the data simultaneously, throughout the Excel files. To do that, there is an option
called Synchronous Scrolling, which is under View Side by Side. Just click Synchronous Scrolling. This
option lets you scroll both files at the same time.
NOTE this option is available only when View Side by Side is turned on.
When you scroll, you will see both windows are scrolling at the same time so that comparing the two is
quite simple.
Assignment:-
 Create five sheets workbook and named them First, Second, Third, Fourth, Fifth.
 Design a Worksheet having S.No, Name of Student, Marks obtained Column and filled
the data for at least 20 students. Find the Records having marks between 50 to 60.
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Unit 4: MULTIMEDIA
Minimum Level of learning
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Student should be able to create an album of CCA activity using movie maker.
In This Unit:4.1 Introduction to Multimedia
4.1.1 Definition
4.1.2 Uses of Multimedia
4.1.3 Hardware and Software required
4.2 Media Player
4.2.1 How to open and use
4.3 Sound recorder
4.3.1 How to open and use
4.4 Movie Maker
4.4.1 Inserting Image
4.4.2 Setting timeline
4.4.3 Publishing movie
4.1 Introduction to Multimedia:-
Multimedia has become an important part of any presentation. It has found a variety of applications right
from entertainment to education. The evolution of internet has also increased the demand for
multimedia content.
4.1.1 Definition:-
Multimedia is the media that uses multiple forms of information content and information
processing (e.g. text, audio, graphics, animation, video, interactivity) to inform or entertain the
user. Multimedia also refers to the use of electronic media to store and experience multimedia
content.
4.1.2 Uses of Multimedia:-
Multimedia finds its uses in various areas including advertisements, art, education, entertainment,
engineering, medicine, mathematics, business, scientific research and spatial, temporal
applications.
4.1.3 Hardware and Software required:-
Hardware required:A good multimedia system should have a Pentium 1.6 Ghz (or the one with similar capabilities)
onwards processor, at least 256 MB of RAM, 40 GB onwards hard disk drive, 1.44 MB Floppy drive,
17 inch onwards SVGA monitor, 32MB AGP card, 52 X CD-ROM drive, a 32 bit sound card, high
wattage sub-woofer speakers, 104 PS/2 keyboard, PS/2 mouse and 56K fax data voice modem. If
you wish you can add a CD-recorder, scanner, printer, digital camcorder and a video-capture card.
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Remember, there is no set rule to define the exact hardware combination of a good multimedia
computer. The combination is dependent on the nature and contents of the multimedia project
you are dealing with.
Software required
The basic tool set for building a multimedia project can be divided into five categories: Painting
and drawing tools, 3-D Modeling and animation tools, Image editing tools, Sound editing tools,
Animation Video Digital Movie tools. The software in your multimedia toolkit and your ability to
use it will determine the quality of your multimedia work.
4.2 Media Player:- Windows Media Player provides an intuitive, easy-to-use interface to play digital
media files, organize your digital media collection, burn CDs of your favorite music, rip music from CDs,
sync digital media files to a portable device, and shop for digital media content from online stores.
4.2.1 How to open and use:Open/Start Windows Media Player
To start Windows Media Player, click the Start button
then click Windows Media Player
Interface of window media player:-
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, click All Programs, and
How to Play File:Go to File->Open then select the desired audio/ video file to play.
4.3 Sound recorder:-
You can use Sound Recorder to record a sound and save it as an audio file on your computer. You can
record sound from different audio devices, such as a microphone that's plugged into the sound card on
your computer. The types of audio input sources you can record from depend on the audio devices you
have and the input sources on your sound card.
4.3.1 How to open and use:To record audio with Sound Recorder
1. Make sure you have an audio input device, such as a microphone, connected to your computer.
2. Open Sound Recorder by clicking the Start button
then, in the list of results, click Sound Recorder.
3. Click Start Recording.
4. To stop recording audio, click Stop Recording.
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. In the search box, type Sound Recorder, and
5. (Optional) If you want to continue recording audio, click Cancel in the Save As dialog box, and then
click Resume Recording. Continue to record sound, and then click Stop Recording.
6. Click the File name box, type a file name for the recorded sound, and then click Save to save the
recorded sound as an audio file.
4.4 Movie Maker:-
You can import photos and videos from many different kinds of cameras and devices to your PC using
Movie Maker. When you import photos and videos, they are copied from the camera or device to your
PC. After that, you can use them in your movies in Movie Maker, and they'll appear in Photo Gallery too.
Here are some devices that you might import photos or videos from:
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A digital camera or phone that's connected to your PC with a USB cable
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A Secure Digital (SD), mini SD or CompactFlash storage card that's in a card reader
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A data CD or DVD
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A video camera that records to an internal hard drive or flash storage card
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A videotape that's in a digital video (DV) camera or High-Definition Video (HDV) camera
If you have a webcam built into your PC or connected to your PC with a USB cable, you can record live
video from a webcam and add it to Movie Maker.
To use Windows Movie Maker, you have to download/installed the software from Microsoft website.
Windows Movie Maker 12 is included in Windows Essentials 2012 software. The website link is given
below:http://windows.microsoft.com/en-in/windows/movie-maker
After successful installation. Movie maker will come in all program list as shown below:45
Movie Maker Interface:-
4.4.1 Inserting Image:- The first step to making a movie in Movie Maker is to add videos
and photos. There are a few different ways to add them.
1. In Movie Maker, on the Home tab, in the Add group, click Add videos and photos.
2. In the Add Videos and Photos dialog box, open the folder that contains the photos or videos
that you want to add, select the video files and photos, and then click Open.
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To select multiple photos and videos, press and hold the Ctrl key, and then click each photo
and video you want.
4.4.2 Setting timeline:- For different images, you can set the time duration for which it can
display.
In Movie Maker, on the Edit tab, in the Adjust group, click Duration and set the desired duration
for particular image.
4.4.3 Publishing movie:-
After you're done editing your project in Movie Maker, you can share your movie with family and
friends by publishing it on the web.
To publish a movie on the web from Movie Maker
1. On the Home tab, in the Sharing group, click the website where you want to publish your movie.
2. Enter your user name and password, and then follow the steps to publish your movie.
OR alternatively you can save your movie in your computer by having many inbuilt format
using save movie option in Home Tab.
Assignment:-
Create an album of CCA activity using movie maker.
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Unit 5: MAKING A POWERFUL PRESENTATION
Minimum Level of learning
 Student should be able to select a perfect design for his/her PowerPoint file based on
project given by different subject teachers.
 Student should be able to apply different animation effects on different objects used in
slides.
 Student should be able to give proper setting for printing the document in page setup.
In this Unit:5.1 Design Menu
5.5.1 Slide Designs
5.2 Transition Menu
5.2.1 Different Effects on Slides
5.3 Animation Menu
5.3.1 Different Effects on Object
5.4 Viewing Presentation in Different ways
5.4.1 Managing Slides in the Slide Sorter View
5.4.2 Running a Presentation in the Slide Show View
5.5 Previewing and Printing a Presentation
5.5.1 Selecting Page Setup Options
5.5.2 Printing a Presentation
5.6 Showing presentation using Projector
Introduction:-
A PowerPoint presentation is made up of a series of slides that can contain charts, diagrams, pictures,
SmartArt diagrams, bulleted lists, eye-catching text, multimedia video and sound clips, and more.
PowerPoint 2007 provides a variety of professionally designed templates, themes, and style galleries to
help you create great-looking presentations.
To start PowerPoint 2007 from the Start Menu
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Click on the Start button, point to All Programs then Microsoft Office and click on Microsoft Office
PowerPoint 2007.
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The first screen that you will see a new blank presentation begins automatically with one slide.
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5.1 Design Menu:-
Sometimes we need to design your presentation slides and make them look
nice. You may present slides’ theme, such as change its color, font, and effect. Sometimes you may need
to changes slides’ background, page setup, and more. So you need to find out those slide designing
features before your modifying.
5.5.1 Slide Designs:-
Design tab is set and groups all slide design features. In Design tab, you can easily modify and
customize your slides’ theme, background, and more:
5.2 Transition Menu:-
The Transitions allow you to get creative with your slides. Adding transitions allows you to add a little flair
between the slides. Transitions are visual effects when moving from one slide to the next slide. For
example, you can make one slide dissolve slowly away as the next slide appears. You can get more
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creative and make one slide push the old slide out or even use an effect that looks like doors opening to
your next slide.
5.2.1 Different Effects on Slides:-
If you click on the Animation tab, on the top of the ribbon, you will see that there are many different
transitions you can apply to one slide or to all slides at the same time. Just select the slide for your
transition and click on the transition effect. You even get a preview of what it will look like. Click on Apply
to All to add the transition to all slides at once.
5.3 Animation Menu:-
Animations will allow you to add visual effects and movement to text,
Objects and graphics.
5.3.1 Different Effects on Object:To apply a built-in animation effect in Office PowerPoint 2007, do the following:
1.
Select the text or object that you want to animate.
2.
On the Animations tab, in the Animations group, select the animation effect that you
want from the Animate list.
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Create and apply a custom animation effect to text or objects
You create custom animations in the Custom Animation task pane. The Custom Animation task
pane shows important information about an animation effect, including the type of effect, the
order of multiple effects in relation to each other, and a portion of the text of the effect.
5.4 Viewing Presentation in Different ways
5.4.1 Managing Slides in the Slide Sorter View:- In the Slide Sorter view, you see a miniature of
each slide. The Slide Sorter view not only gives you a great view of your presentation as a whole, but it
also lets you rearrange and hide your slides. If you wish to increase or decrease the size of the slides you
are reviewing, you can adjust the view by zooming in and out as necessary.
5.4.2 Running a Presentation in the Slide Show View:- After making your complete
presentation, you need to present it/run it.it can be easily done by Slide show Menu.
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You can click on “From Beginning” for running the slide show from first slide or you can click on
“From Current Slide” if you want to run the slide show from current slide.
5.5 Previewing and Printing a Presentation:-
Previewing a Presentation
The Print Preview feature lets you see how your PowerPoint slides will appear before you print
them. To use the PowerPoint Print Preview feature, choose Office— Print — Print Preview.
From the Print Preview screen, you can zoom in to examine the preview more closely by clicking
anywhere in the preview area.
5.5.1 Selecting Page Setup Options
The PowerPoint 2007 Page Setup group consists of a Slide Orientation control so you can display your
PowerPoint presentation in Landscape mode (the default) or Portrait mode. You should use Portrait mode
only if you intend to print the slides on transparency masters and project them with an overhead
projector, or present the slide show on a computer screen with a portrait orientation.
Click the Page Setup button in the Page Setup group to display the Page Setup dialog box. This dialog box
gives you extra control over your presentation’s page setup.
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Click the Page Setup button to open the Page Setup dialog box.
The following list describes the controls in this dialog box:
Slides Sized For: This drop-down list lets you set the size of your slides based on how you plan
to present them. The most common is to present the slides on a standard computer screen, which
has an aspect ratio of 4:3. Other options on this drop-down list include different screen ratios,
suitable for wide-screen displays, standard sized paper, and even 35-mm slides. A Custom option lets
you set any width and height.
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Width: Set a custom width for your slides.
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Height: Set a custom height for your slides.
Number Slides From: If your slides include numbers, this option lets you set the number for
the first slide. The default is 1.
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Orientation: Set the orientation to portrait (tall and skinny) or landscape (short and fat). You
can set the setting separately for your slides, handouts, and notes. The most common setting is for
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the slides to use landscape orientation and the notes and handouts to use portrait.
5.5.2 Printing a Presentation
Printing a Presentation: - The simplest way to print your presentation is to print your slides on
regular paper.
Click on the OFFICE BUTTON then on PRINT to open the Print dialog.
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5.6 Showing presentation using Projector:To configure Microsoft PowerPoint to work with a projector in presentation mode, follow these steps:
1. Open PowerPoint and select Slide Show from the menu at the top, then select the Set Up
Show option.
o If you are on a laptop, press the Fn key and F8 key simultaneously to enable your laptop's
secondary video output.
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2. In the Set Up Show options, select the second monitor choice under Display slide show on, i.e.
anything besides Primary Monitor.
3. Now select the check box for Show Presenter View. This will enable the presenter mode on the
monitor that is selected.
Run the presentation, your laptop screen should display an image with your slideshow and an area for
your presenter notes at the bottom; while the projector should display only the slideshow.
Assignment:-
 Create a Presentation, select a perfect design for your PowerPoint file based on project
given by different subject teachers.
 Apply different animation effects on different objects used in slides.
 Give proper setting for printing the document in page setup.
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Unit 6: INTERNET
Minimum Level of learning
 Student should be able to open educational websites and can copy a paragraph in their
PowerPoint Presentation.
In this Unit:-
6.1 Review of Internet
6.1.1 Introduction to Internet
6.1.2 Web Browsers
6.1.3 Websites
6.1.4 Search Engines
6.2 Exploring the different websites
6.2.1 KVS Website
6.2.2 Vidyalaya’s Website
6.2.3 Wikipedia
6.2.4 Edustrokes
6.1 Review of Internet:-
6.1.1 Introduction to Internet: - The Internet or simply the Net is a worldwide network of computer
networks. It is an interconnection of large and small networks around the globe.
The uses of the Internet
• Send/Receive e-mail messages.
• Send (upload) or receive (down load) files between computers.
• Participate in discussion groups, such as mailing lists and newsgroups.
• Surfing the web.
• Online Chat
• Video-conferencing
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E-Commerce
Social Networking
How to access the Internet?
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Many schools and businesses have direct access to the Internet using special high-speed
communication lines and equipment.
Students and employees can access through the organization’s local area networks (LAN)
or through their own personal computers.
Another way to access the Internet is through Internet Service Provider (ISP).
6.1.2 Web Browsers:•
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Once you have your Internet connection, then you need special software called a web browser
to access the Web.
Web browsers are used to connect you to remote computers, open and transfer files, display
text and images.
Web browsers are specialized programs.
Examples of Web browser: Netscape Navigator (Navigator) and Internet Explorer, google
crome.
6.1.3 Websites:•
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The Web (World Wide Web) consists of information organized into Web pages containing text
and graphic images.
It contains hypertext links, or highlighted keywords and images that lead to related
information.
A collection of linked Web pages that has a common theme or focus is called a Web site.
The main page that all of the pages on a particular Web site are organized around and link
back to is called the site’s home page.
6.1.4 Search Engines:•
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A number of search tools have been developed and available to you on certain Web sites
that provide search services to help you to find information.
Examples:
Yahoo
 www.yahoo.com
Google
 www.google.com
Ask.com
 www.ask.com
AltaVista
 www.altavista.com
MSN WebSearch
 www.search.msn.com
You can find information by two basic means.
• Search by Topic and Search by keywords.
 Search by Topic
You can navigate through topic lists
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 Search by keywords
You can navigate by entering a keyword or phase into a search text box.
www.google.com in internet explorer web browser
6.2 Exploring the different websites:-
After knowing information about the internet. Now
you can open any website and get the desired information from the website.
Opening a website requires internet connection in your computer.
Steps to open any website:1. Open any web browser installed on your computer example Internet Explorer, Google crome,
Mozilla Firefox etc.
2. Type the website address in URL space or if you don’t know the website name then you can
open any search engine and then find the address from it.
There are several websites that helps you to get information from the internet. Let try some important
websites
6.2.1 KVS Website:- KVS HQ NEW DELHI website is the important website of the Kendriya Vidyalaya
Sangathan which provide lots of information about the KVS like Important announcements, Management
information, Organization Chart, different circulars, admission, Fees, transfer, result analysis,
PIS(Personal Information System),Recruitments, Finance, RTI(Right to Information),Contacts etc..
To open KVS hq new delhi website, you have to type the URL http://kvsangathan.nic.in/ directly on web
browser or you can found the web address of KVS website by searching keyword ”KVS” in
www.google.com
Then you can open the different web links available in the website to get the desired information.
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6.2.2 Vidyalaya’s Website:-
Same like KVS HQ website, you can open your vidyalaya website also. Vidyalaya website consist
many information about your vidyalaya like: Important announcements, Exams information, Date
Sheet, Result Analysis, Staff details, TC information, Contacts, VMC details, Students Enrollments,
Students/Teachers achievers, Alumni, Photo Galley, Admission, Fee information etc. Ask your
teacher about the web address of your Vidyalaya and open it. Open the different web pages of the
website to get the desired information.
6.2.3 Wikipedia: -
Wikipedia is a free encyclopedia, written collaboratively by the people
who use it. It is a special type of website designed to make collaboration easy, called a wiki.
You can open the Wikipedia by the web address https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Main_Page
In Wikipedia, you can search for anything for which you required information.
6.2.4 Edustrokes:-
edustrokes is an educational website which provide interactive study
material for Science and Mathematics. This is an innovative and unique program makes you learn
important concepts in Mathematics and Science easily by using the medium of Sports.
You can open the following web links to use the content of edustrokes website:http://www.edustrokes.com
http://kv.edustrokes.com/
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Assignment:
Open educational websites and copy paragraphs in their PowerPoint Presentation.
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SAMPLE PAPER FOR FA-1(40)
Q1. Multiple Choice Questions:(1x5=5)
a) Which is the short key to copy the text
a. Alt+E
b) Alt + F4
c)Ctrl+ C
d) Ctrl+V
b) Micro soft word is a …………………………………
a. System software b) Application software c) Microsoft excel d)Non of them
c) The combination of table consist ?
a. Table & border
b. Row & cell
c. Row & Column
d. None of these
d) To open a new MS word file which short key will you press?
a. Ctrl+O
b) Ctrl + N
c) Alt+ O
d)Alt+N
e) Which features helps to inserts you to insert the contents of the clip board as text without any
formatting
a. Paste special b. Format Printer
c. Page setup
d. Style
b. Save document
Q2. Answer the following question
(2x5=10)
a) What is the use of table in MS_word for displaying information?
b) Write Steps to create table using table templates with 9 row and 10 column
c) Write Steps to move text in Ms- word one page to another page?
d) What are the contents available in table menu?
e) How many cell , Row and Column are there in the table given below?
Q 3. Give the instruction to solve the following task.
a. What instruction will you give to make a table as given below?
b.
c.
d.
e.
(3x5=15)
Write Steps to fill the color in table cell?
Write Steps to apply border style in a table?
What are the cell text alignments in a table?
What are the paragraph alignments?
Q 4 Answer the following question
a. What do you mean paragraph in MS_word?
OR
Write the steps of inserting and deleting column.
b. Steps to select an entire document in MS_Word?
OR
What is page layout in MS_Word?
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(2x5=10)
SAMPLE PAPER FOR SA-1(60)
Q1 Multiple Choice Questions: (1x10=10)
1. Which page size normally used to print by the people
a. A5
b) Legal
c) A4 d) Letter
2. Which is not a MS_word page view .
a. Print layout
b) Web layout
c) Draft
d)Normal
3. How many margin present by default in MS_ word?
a. 6
b) 3
c) 4 d) 5
4. What is the short key to copy the text
b. Alt+E
b) Alt + F4
c)Ctrl+ C
d)Ctrl+V
5. Which one the MS_word document page orientation.
b. Page Border
b) Portrait
c) Margin
d) Print layout
6. Name the publishing movie software in windows operating system?
7. What do you mean publishing movie?
8. Write steps to copy a table in another MS-word file?
9. What are the hardware and software required to run multimedia software?
10. Microsoft excel is an/a …………………………………. software .(Application/system)
Q2. Answer the following questions:(2x6=12)
a. What is multimedia software?
b. What is Microsoft word?
c. Write the Step to save the excel file.
d. What do you mean margin setting in word file?
e. What is sound recorder?
Q3. Answer to the following questions:(3x6=18)
a. What step to be taken to apply border in a word.
b. What do you mean indentation in a word file?
c. What steps to be taken to type over the picture?
d. What steps to be taken to find and replace data in a given range of sheet?
e. What are the way to create a table in MS_word?
f. What hardware is required for sounder recorder? What to be taken for recording?
Q4. a. Answer to the following questions.
(4x5=20)
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i.
ii.
iii.
iv.
Write the steps to delete column B to E.
What is the cell reference of mango, apple and school?
Write the steps to delete column B.
Steps to hide column G and H.
b. What are the uses of multimedia software? Give four multimedia software?
c. Answer to the following questions:I. Write the steps to add new sheet in MS_Excel file?
II.
Write the steps to rename a sheet in MS_Excel file?
d. Answer to the following questions:I. Write the steps to open existing file in MS- Excel?
II.
Write the Step to save the excel file .
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SAMPLE PAPER FOR FA3(40)
Q.1 Answer the following question:I. Write the steps to insert image in slide?
II.
Which two ways for inserting image in slide?
III.
What are the views in MS_PowerPoint windows?
IV. How to add new slide in presentation.
V. Name the power point icon given below?
(1x5=5)
Q.2 Answer the following question
(2x5=10)
I. Name any two types of slides in a presentation?
II.
Write Steps to delete active slide in a presentation?
III.
What do you mean transition in powerpoint?
IV. What step to insert an image as background for a slide?
V. Write the steps to hide slide back ground?
Q3. Write the instruction to solve the following task.
(3x5=15)
a. Which key is used to run a presentation?
b. Steps to start presentation from current slide.
c. Steps to printing presentation?
d. What steps to be taken to play presentation in projector?
e. Name the location pointed in below screenshot in PowerPoint window?
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1
2
4
9
5
8
7
6
10
Q4 Answer the following question
a. Write Steps to apply all slide color background?
OR
Write Steps to add text box in a slide?
b. Write Steps to insert or add WordArt in a slide?
OR
How to play user sound in slide?
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(2x5=10)
SAMPLE PAPER FOR SA2(60)
Q.1 Answer the following questions:a. Name Edustrokes web site?
b. Name two Transition effect in PowerPoint ?
c. What is the default web browser of windows operating system.
d. What is the full form of WWW?
e. What are the slide orientation in PowerPoint?
f. Write the steps to change the transition effect first in PowerPoint slide?
g. What is Microsoft Power Point ?
i. What is slide design in Microsoft PowerPoint?
j. Give an example of search engine.
k. Name any two web browser.
Q2. Answer the following question
(1x10=10)
(2x6=12)
a. Write the stapes to apply one transition effect to all slides?
b. Write the steps to add text box in a slide?
c. What is animation in Microsoft Power Point?
d. Write two main advantages of internet?
e. Write the steps to apply slide design in one particular one slide?
f. What is Search Engine?
Q3. Answer to the following question.
(3x6=18)
a. Write the steps to apply word art in your text?
b. What is the different viewing of slide presentation?
c. What do you mean websites in internet? Give two examples of website?
d. What is internet? What are its uses?
e. What do you mean by web browser?
f. What are the requirements on internet connection?
Q4. Answer to the following question.
(4x5=20)
a. . What are the information available in your vidyalaya website. Suggest the way by which you
can explore your vidyalaya website?
b. How Edustrokes website helps you. How you can utilize its content.
c. What do you mean by Animation of an object in PowerPoint? Explain in details.
d. How Internet is useful to enhance your studies? Suggest some website and the way by which
you can enhance your studies.
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