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Presentation on theme: "Chapter 2 Creating a Research Paper with References and Sources Microsoft Word 2013."— Presentation transcript:

1 Chapter 2 Creating a Research Paper with References and Sources Microsoft Word 2013

2 Describe the MLA documentation style for research papers Modify a style Change line and paragraph spacing in a document Use a header to number pages of a document Apply formatting using keyboard shortcuts Modify paragraph indentation Insert and edit citations and their sources Creating a Research Paper with References and Sources2 Objectives

3 Add a footnote to a document Insert a manual page break Create a bibliographical list of sources Cut, copy, and paste text Find text and replace text Find a synonym Check spelling and grammar at once Look up information Creating a Research Paper with References and Sources3 Objectives

4 Creating a Research Paper with References and Sources4 Project – Research Paper

5 Change the document settings Create the header for each page of the research paper Type the research paper text with citations Create an alphabetical works cited page Proofread and revise the research paper. Creating a Research Paper with References and Sources5 Roadmap

6 Press and hold or right-click the style to modify in the Styles gallery (HOME tab | Styles group) to display a shortcut menu related to styles Tap or click Modify on the shortcut menu to display the Modify Style dialog box Tap or click the Font arrow (Modify Style dialog box) to display the Font list. Scroll to and then click Times New Roman in the list to change the font for the style being modified Creating a Research Paper with References and Sources6 Modifying a Style

7 Tap or click the Font Size arrow (Modify Style dialog box) and then tap or click 12 in the Font Size list to change the font size for the style being modified Ensure that the ‘Only in this document’ option button is selected Tap or click the OK button (Modify Style dialog box) to update the Normal style to the specified settings Creating a Research Paper with References and Sources7 Modifying a Style

8 Creating a Research Paper with References and Sources8 Modifying a Style

9 Tap or click the ‘Line and Paragraph Spacing’ button (HOME tab | Paragraph group) to display the Line and Paragraph Spacing gallery Tap or click 2.0 in the Line and Paragraph Spacing gallery to change the line spacing at the location of the insertion point Creating a Research Paper with References and Sources9 Changing Line Spacing

10 Creating a Research Paper with References and Sources10 Changing Line Spacing

11 Tap or click the ‘Line and Paragraph Spacing’ button (HOME tab | Paragraph group) to display the Line and Paragraph Spacing gallery Tap or click ‘Remove Space After Paragraph’ in the Line and Paragraph Spacing gallery so that no blank space appears after paragraphs Creating a Research Paper with References and Sources11 Removing Space after a Paragraph

12 Press and hold or right-click Normal in the Styles gallery (HOME tab | Styles group) to display a shortcut menu Tap or click ‘Update Normal to Match Selection’ on the shortcut menu to update the selected (or current) style to reflect the settings at the location of the insertion point Creating a Research Paper with References and Sources12 Updating a Style to Match a Selection

13 Tap or click INSERT in the ribbon to display the INSERT tab Tap or click the ‘Add a header’ button (INSERT tab |Header & Footer group) to display the Add a Header gallery Tap or click Edit Header in the Add a Header gallery to switch from the document text to the header, which allows you to edit the contents of the header Creating a Research Paper with References and Sources13 Switching to the Header

14 Creating a Research Paper with References and Sources14 Switching to the Header

15 Tap or click HOME on the ribbon to display the HOME tab Tap or click the Align Right button (HOME tab | Paragraph group) to right-align the current paragraph Creating a Research Paper with References and Sources15 Right-Aligning a Paragraph

16 Type Your Last Name and then press the SPACEBAR to enter the last name in the header. Creating a Research Paper with References and Sources16 To Enter Text

17 Tap or click HEADER & FOOTER TOOLS DESIGN on the ribbon to display the HEADER & FOOTER TOOLS DESIGN tab Tap or click the ‘Add Page Numbers’ button (HEADER & FOOTER TOOLS DESIGN tab | Header & Footer group) to display the Add Page Numbers menu Tap or point to Current Position on the Add Page Numbers menu to display the Current Position gallery Creating a Research Paper with References and Sources17 Inserting a Page Number

18 If necessary, scroll to the top of the Current Position gallery Tap or click Plain Number in the Current Position gallery to insert an unformatted page number at the location of the insertion point Creating a Research Paper with References and Sources18 Inserting a Page Number

19 Creating a Research Paper with References and Sources19 Inserting a Page Number

20 Tap or click the ‘Close Header and Footer’ button (HEADER & FOOTER TOOLS DESIGN tab | Close group) to close the header and switch back to the document text Creating a Research Paper with References and Sources20 Closing the Header

21 Type Your First and Last Name as the student name and then press the ENTER key. Type Ms. Anderson as the instructor name and then press the ENTER key. Type Compute Applications I as the course name and then press the ENTER key. Type October 15, 2014 as the paper’s due date and then press the ENTER key. Creating a Research Paper with References and Sources21 To Enter Name and Course Information

22 If you are using a mouse, position the mouse pointer in the location where you want to type, in the center of the document window until a center icon appears below the I-beam Double-click to center the paragraph mark and insertion point between the left and right margins Type Access Granted as the paper title and then press the ENTER key to position the insertion point on the next line Creating a Research Paper with References and Sources22 To Click and Type

23 Creating a Research Paper with References and Sources23 Click and Type

24 Click the Save button on the Access Toolbar Click computer to save to your H:// in your CA1 folder Type ‘Biometric Devices Paper’ in the File name box to change the file name Click the Save button Creating a Research Paper with References and Sources24 To Save a Document

25 Creating a Research Paper with References and Sources25 Keyboard Shortcuts

26 Tap or click VIEW on the ribbon to display the VIEW tab If the rulers are not displayed, tap or click the View Ruler check box (VIEW tab | Show group) to place a check mark in the check box and display the horizontal and vertical rulers on the screen Creating a Research Paper with References and Sources26 Displaying the Rulers

27 Creating a Research Paper with References and Sources27 Displaying the Rulers

28 If you are using a mouse, with the insertion point on the paragraph mark below the research paper title, point to the ‘First Line Indent’ marker on the ruler Drag the ‘First Line Indent’ marker to the.5” mark on the ruler to display a vertical dotted line in the document window, which indicates the proposed indent location of the first line of the paragraph Creating a Research Paper with References and Sources28 First-Line Indenting Paragraphs

29 Release the mouse button to place the ‘First Line Indent’ marker at the.5” mark on the ruler, or one-half inch from the left margin Creating a Research Paper with References and Sources29 First-Line Indenting Paragraphs

30 Type Biometric devices authenticate a person’s identity by verifying unique personal characteristics. And notice that Word automatically indented the first line of the paragraph by one-half inch Press the SPACEBAR Creating a Research Paper with References and Sources30 AutoCorrect as You Type

31 Type the beginning of the next sentence, misspelling the word, that, as follows: These devices translate a biometric element, such as a fingerprint, into a digital code that Press the SPACEBAR and watch Word automatically correct the misspelled word Creating a Research Paper with References and Sources31 AutoCorrect as You Type

32 Type the rest of the sentence: is compared with a digital code stored in a computer. Creating a Research Paper with References and Sources 32 AutoCorrecting as You Type

33 If you are using a mouse, position the mouse pointer in the text automatically corrected by Word to display a small blue box below the automatically corrected word Point to the small blue box to display the AutoCorrect Options button Click the AutoCorrect Options button to display the AutoCorrect Options menu Press the ESCAPE key to remove the AutoCorrect Options menu from the screen Creating a Research Paper with References and Sources33 Using the AutoCorrect Options Button

34 Creating a Research Paper with References and Sources34 Using the AutoCorrect Options Button

35 Tap or click FILE on the ribbon to open the Backstage view Tap or click Options in the Backstage view to display the Word Options dialog box Tap or click Proofing in the left pane to display proofing options in the right pane Tap or click the AutoCorrect Options button in the right pane to display the AutoCorrect dialog box When Word displays the AutoCorrect dialog box, type the word compuetr in the Replace text box Press the TAB key and then type computer in the With text box Tap or click the Add button Tap or click the OK button Creating a Research Paper with References and Sources35 Creating an AutoCorrect Entry

36 Creating a Research Paper with References and Sources36 Creating an AutoCorrect Entry

37 With the insertion point positioned at the end of the first paragraph in the paper press the SPACEBAR and then type these two sentences, intentionally misspelling the word readers as raders: If the digital code in the computer matches the personal characteristic code, the computer grants access. Examples of biometric devices include fingerprint raders and face recognition systems. Creating a Research Paper with References and Sources37 Enter More Text

38 Press the ENTER key to start a new paragraph Type A fingerprint reader, or scanner, captures curves and indentations of a fingerprint. Organizations use fingerprint readers to secure doors, computers, and software. For example, a fingerprint reader can be set up to authenticate users before they can access a computer and then press the SPACEBAR Creating a Research Paper with References and Sources38 Enter More Text

39 Tap or click REFERENCES on the ribbon to display the REFERENCES tab Tap or click the Bibliography Style arrow to display the Bibliography Style gallery, which lists predefined documentation styles Tap or click ‘MLA Seventh Edition’ in the Bibliography Style gallery to change the documentation style to MLA Creating a Research Paper with References and Sources39 Changing the Bibliography Style

40 Creating a Research Paper with References and Sources40 Changing the Bibliography Style

41 Tap or click the Insert Citation button (REFERENCES tab | Citations & Bibliography group) to display the Insert Citation menu Tap or click ‘Add New Source’ on the Insert Citation menu to display the Create Source dialog box Tap or click the ‘Type of Source’ arrow, and then tap or click the type of source you are adding If necessary, tap or click the ‘Type of Source’ arrow (Create Source dialog box) and then tap or click ‘Article in a Periodical’, so that the list shows fields required for a magazine (periodical) Creating a Research Paper with References and Sources41 Inserting a Citation and Creating Its Source

42 Tap or click the Author text box. Type Rossi, Marcell Enrico as the author. Tap or click the Title text box. Type Understanding How to Use Fingerprint Readers as the article title. Press the TAB key and then type Digital Security Review as the periodical title. Press the TAB key and then type 2014 as the year Press the TAB key and then type Aug. as the month Creating a Research Paper with References and Sources42 Inserting a Citation and Creating Its Source

43 Press the TAB key twice and then type n. pag. as the number of pages Press the TAB key and then type Web as the medium Place a check mark in the ‘Show All Bibliography Fields’ check box so that Word displays all fields available for the selected source, including the date viewed (accessed fields) If necessary, scroll to the bottom of the Bibliography Fields list to display the date viewed (accessed) fields Creating a Research Paper with References and Sources43 Inserting a Citation and Creating Its Source

44 Tap or click the Year Accessed text box. Type 2014 as the year Press the TAB key and then type Oct. as the month accessed Press the TAB key and then type 3 as the day accessed Tap or click the OK button to close the dialog box, create the source, and insert the citation in the document at the location of the insertion point Press the END key to move the insertion point to the end of the line, which also deselects the citation Press the PERIOD key to end the sentence Creating a Research Paper with References and Sources44 Inserting a Citation and Creating Its Source

45 Creating a Research Paper with References and Sources45 Inserting a Citation and Creating Its Source

46 Press the SPACEBAR Type the next sentences(Figure 2-35): External fingerprint readers usually plug into a USB port. To save on disk space, some laptops include built-in fingerprint readers. Creating a Research Paper with References and Sources46 Enter More Text

47 Tap or click the Insert Footnote button (REFERENCES tab | Footnotes group) to display a note reference mark (a superscripted 1) in two places: (1) in the document window at the location of the insertion point and (2) at the bottom of the page where the footnote will be positioned, just below a separator line Creating a Research Paper with References and Sources47 Inserting a Footnote Reference Mark

48 Creating a Research Paper with References and Sources48 Inserting a Footnote Reference Mark

49 Type the footnote text up to the citation: Nadeer and White state that fingerprint readers can perform different functions for different fingers; for example, one finger runs a program and another finger shuts down the computer press the SPACEBAR. Creating a Research Paper with References and Sources49 To Enter Footnote Text

50 Tap or click the Insert Citation button (REFERENCES tab | Citations & Bibliography group) to display the Insert Citation menu Tap or click ‘Add New Placeholder’ on the Insert Citation menu to display the Placeholder Name dialog box Type the Nadeer and then tap or click the OK button Press the PERIOD key to end the sentence. Creating a Research Paper with References and Sources50 Inserting a Citation Placeholder

51 Creating a Research Paper with References and Sources51 Inserting a Citation Placeholder

52 If you are using a touch screen, press and hold the text and then tap the ‘Show Context Menu’ button on the mini toolbar; if you are using a mouse, right-click the text to display a shortcut menu Tap or click Style on the shortcut menu to display the Style dialog box Creating a Research Paper with References and Sources52 Modifying a Style Using a Shortcut Menu

Presentation on theme: "Chapter 2 Creating a Research Paper with References and Sources Microsoft Word 2013."— Presentation transcript:

1 Chapter 2 Creating a Research Paper with References and Sources Microsoft Word 2013

2 Describe the MLA documentation style for research papers Modify a style Change line and paragraph spacing in a document Use a header to number pages of a document Apply formatting using keyboard shortcuts Modify paragraph indentation Insert and edit citations and their sources Creating a Research Paper with References and Sources2 Objectives

3 Add a footnote to a document Insert a manual page break Create a bibliographical list of sources Cut, copy, and paste text Find text and replace text Find a synonym Check spelling and grammar at once Look up information Creating a Research Paper with References and Sources3 Objectives

4 Creating a Research Paper with References and Sources4 Project – Research Paper

5 Change the document settings Create the header for each page of the research paper Type the research paper text with citations Create an alphabetical works cited page Proofread and revise the research paper. Creating a Research Paper with References and Sources5 Roadmap

6 Press and hold or right-click the style to modify in the Styles gallery (HOME tab | Styles group) to display a shortcut menu related to styles Tap or click Modify on the shortcut menu to display the Modify Style dialog box Make the desired changes to the style in the Modify Style dialog box, and then tap or click the OK button to update the style Creating a Research Paper with References and Sources6 Modifying a Style

7 Creating a Research Paper with References and Sources7 Modifying a Style

8 Tap or click the ‘Line and Paragraph Spacing’ button (HOME tab | Paragraph group) to display the Line and Paragraph Spacing gallery Tap or click the desired setting in the Line and Paragraph Spacing gallery to change the line spacing at the location of the insertion point Creating a Research Paper with References and Sources8 Changing Line Spacing

9 Creating a Research Paper with References and Sources9 Changing Line Spacing

10 Tap or click the ‘Line and Paragraph Spacing’ button (HOME tab | Paragraph group) to display the Line and Paragraph Spacing gallery Tap or click ‘Remove Space After Paragraph’ in the Line and Paragraph Spacing gallery so that no blank space appears after paragraphs Creating a Research Paper with References and Sources10 Removing Space after a Paragraph

11 Press and hold or right-click Normal in the Styles gallery (HOME tab | Styles group) to display a shortcut menu Tap or click ‘Update Normal to Match Selection’ on the shortcut menu to update the selected (or current) style to reflect the settings at the location of the insertion point Creating a Research Paper with References and Sources11 Updating a Style to Match a Selection

12 Tap or click INSERT in the ribbon to display the INSERT tab Tap or click the ‘Add a header’ button to display the Add a Header gallery Tap or click Edit Header in the Add a Header gallery to switch from the document text to the header, which allows you to edit the contents of the header Creating a Research Paper with References and Sources12 Switching to the Header

13 Creating a Research Paper with References and Sources13 Switching to the Header

14 Tap or click HOME on the ribbon to display the HOME tab Tap or click the Align Right button (HOME tab | Paragraph group) to right-align the current paragraph Creating a Research Paper with References and Sources14 Right-Aligning a Paragraph

15 Tap or click HEADER & FOOTER TOOLS DESIGN on the ribbon to display the HEADER & FOOTER TOOLS DESIGN tab Tap or click the ‘Add Page Numbers’ button (HEADER & FOOTER TOOLS DESIGN tab | Header & Footer group) to display the Add Page Numbers menu Tap or point to the desired location on the Add Page Numbers menu to display the gallery Tap or click the desired style Creating a Research Paper with References and Sources15 Inserting a Page Number

16 Creating a Research Paper with References and Sources16 Inserting a Page Number

17 Tap or click the ‘Close Header and Footer’ button to close the header and switch back to the document text Creating a Research Paper with References and Sources17 Closing the Header

18 If you are using a mouse, position the mouse pointer in the location where you want to type, in the center of the document window until a center icon appears below the I-beam Double-click to center the paragraph and mark the insertion point between the left and right margins Type the desired text and then press the ENTER key to position the insertion point on the next line Creating a Research Paper with References and Sources18 Click and Type

19 Creating a Research Paper with References and Sources19 Click and Type

20 Creating a Research Paper with References and Sources20 Keyboard Shortcuts

21 Tap or click VIEW on the ribbon to display the VIEW tab If the rulers are not displayed, tap or click the View Ruler check box (VIEW tab | Show group) to place a check mark in the check box and display the horizontal and vertical rulers on the screen Creating a Research Paper with References and Sources21 Displaying the Rulers

22 Creating a Research Paper with References and Sources22 Displaying the Rulers

23 With the insertion point in the paragraph to be indented, if you are using a mouse, drag the First Line Indent marker to the desired location on the ruler to set the location for the first-line indent Creating a Research Paper with References and Sources23 First-Line Indenting Paragraphs

24 Word provides an AutoCorrect feature that automatically corrects certain typing, spelling, capitalization, or grammar errors as you type a document Creating a Research Paper with References and Sources24 AutoCorrecting as You Type

25 If you are using a mouse, position the mouse pointer in the text automatically corrected by Word to display a small blue box below the automatically corrected word Point to the small blue box to display the AutoCorrect Options button Click the AutoCorrect Options button to display the AutoCorrect Options menu Press the ESCAPE key to remove the AutoCorrect Options menu from the screen Creating a Research Paper with References and Sources25 Using the AutoCorrect Options Button

26 Creating a Research Paper with References and Sources26 Using the AutoCorrect Options Button

27 Tap or click FILE on the ribbon to open the Backstage view Tap or click Options in the Backstage view to display the Word Options dialog box Tap or click Proofing in the left pane to display proofing options in the right pane Tap or click the AutoCorrect Options button in the right pane to display the AutoCorrect dialog box When Word displays the AutoCorrect dialog box, type the word you want to replace in the Replace text box, and the word to replace with in the With text box Tap or click the Add button Tap or click the OK button Creating a Research Paper with References and Sources27 Creating an AutoCorrect Entry

28 Creating a Research Paper with References and Sources28 Creating an AutoCorrect Entry

29 Tap or click REFERENCES on the ribbon to display the REFERENCES tab Tap or click the Bibliography Style arrow to display a gallery of predefined documentation styles Tap or click the desired style in the Bibliography Style gallery to change the documentation style Creating a Research Paper with References and Sources29 Changing the Bibliography Style

30 Creating a Research Paper with References and Sources30 Changing the Bibliography Style

31 Tap or click the Insert Citation button (REFERENCES tab | Citations & Bibliography group) to display the Insert Citation menu Tap or click ‘Add New Source’ on the Insert Citation menu to display the Create Source dialog box Tap or click the ‘Type of Source’ arrow, and then tap or click the type of source you are adding Type the source information in the appropriate text boxes, and then tap or click the OK button to insert the citation in the document at the location of the insertion point Creating a Research Paper with References and Sources31 Inserting a Citation and Creating Its Source

32 Creating a Research Paper with References and Sources32 Inserting a Citation and Creating Its Source

33 Tap or click the Insert Footnote button (REFERENCES tab | Footnotes group) to display a note reference mark (a superscripted 1) in two places: (1) in the document window at the location of the insertion point and (2) at the bottom of the page where the footnote will be positioned, just below a separator line Creating a Research Paper with References and Sources33 Inserting a Footnote Reference Mark

34 Creating a Research Paper with References and Sources34 Inserting a Footnote Reference Mark

35 Tap or click the Insert Citation button (REFERENCES tab | Citations & Bibliography group) to display the Insert Citation menu Tap or click ‘Add New Placeholder’ on the Insert Citation menu to display the Placeholder Name dialog box Type the placeholder name, and then tap or click the OK button Creating a Research Paper with References and Sources35 Inserting a Citation Placeholder

36 Creating a Research Paper with References and Sources36 Inserting a Citation Placeholder

37 If you are using a touch screen, press and hold the text and then tap the ‘Show Context Menu’ button on the mini toolbar; if you are using a mouse, right-click the text to display a shortcut menu Tap or click Style on the shortcut menu to display the Style dialog box Creating a Research Paper with References and Sources37 Modifying a Style Using a Shortcut Menu

38 Creating a Research Paper with References and Sources38 Modifying a Style Using a Shortcut Menu

39 Tap or click somewhere in the citation placeholder to be edited to select the citation placeholder Tap or click the Citation Options arrow to display the Citation Options menu Tap or click Edit Source on the Citation Options menu to display the Edit Source dialog box If necessary, tap or click the ‘Type of Source’ box arrow and then select the type of source Enter the source information, and then tap or click the OK button Creating a Research Paper with References and Sources39 Editing a Source

40 Creating a Research Paper with References and Sources40 Editing a Source

41 Tap or click somewhere in the citation to be edited, which selects the citation and displays the Citation Options arrow Tap or click the Citation Options arrow to display the Citation Options menu Tap or click Edit Citation on the Citation Options menu to display the Edit Citation dialog box Change the information as necessary in the Edit Citation dialog box, and then tap or click the OK button Creating a Research Paper with References and Sources41 Editing a Citation

42 Creating a Research Paper with References and Sources42 Editing a Citation

43 Tap or click the Word Count indicator on the status bar to display the Word Count dialog box If necessary, place a check mark in the ‘Include textboxes, footnotes and endnotes’ check box Tap or click the Close button to close the dialog box Creating a Research Paper with References and Sources43 Counting Words

44 Creating a Research Paper with References and Sources44 Counting Words

45 If you are using a mouse, position the pointer in the document window in the space between pages so that the pointer changes to a ‘Hide White Space’ button If you are using a touch screen, double-tap in the space between pages; if you are using a mouse, double-click while the pointer is a ‘Hide White Space’ button to hide white space If you are using a mouse, position the pointer in the document window on the page break between pages so that the pointer changes to a ‘Show White Space’ button If you are using a touch screen, double-tap the page break; if you are using a mouse, double-click while the pointer is a ‘Show White Space’ button to show white space Creating a Research Paper with References and Sources45 Hiding and Showing White Space

46 Creating a Research Paper with References and Sources46 Hiding and Showing White Space

47 Position the insertion point where you wish to insert the page break Tap or click INSERT on the ribbon to display the INSERT tab Tap or click the ‘Insert a Page Break’ button to insert a manual page break immediately to the left of the insertion point and position the insertion point immediately below the manual page break Creating a Research Paper with References and Sources47 Page Breaking Manually

48 Creating a Research Paper with References and Sources48 Page Breaking Manually

49 Tap or click HOME on the ribbon to display the HOME tab With the insertion point in the paragraph to be modified, tap or click the desired style in the Styles gallery Creating a Research Paper with References and Sources49 Applying a Style

50 Tap or click REFERENCES on the ribbon to display the REFERENCES tab With the insertion point positioned where the bibliographical list is to be inserted, tap or click the Bibliography button to display the Bibliography gallery Tap or click Insert Bibliography in the Bibliography gallery to insert a list of sources at the location of the insertion point Creating a Research Paper with References and Sources50 Creating a Bibliographical List

51 Creating a Research Paper with References and Sources51 Creating a Bibliographical List

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