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Permahaman Dan Pertuturan


Bahasa Melayu - Menulis Dan Membaca
Bahasa Inggeris Serderhana
Perisian Yang Biasa Digunakan
MS.Word ,Ms Excel,Ms Power Point, Ms Acess.
Internet
Kebolehan Menaip
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Question And Discussion


Question 1 How to Insert Picture.
To insert a picture from a file:
Place your insertion point where you want the image to appear.
Select the Insert tab.
Click the Picture command in the Illustrations group. The Insert Picture dialog box appears.

1. Select the desired image file, then click Insert to add it to your document.

To resize an image, click and drag one of the corner sizing handles. The image will change size
while keeping the same proportions. If you want to stretch it horizontally or vertically, you can use
the side sizing handles.

Question 2: How to use bullet and numbering


Use a bulleted paragraph style for bullets and dotpoints

Tutorial
This page is about using bullets or dotpoints in your document. We're working through a sample
document.
This page is about multi-level bullets, the kind where lower levels of bullets are indented. If you just need a
simple bullet format, with no indenting, see How to control bullets on this site.

The next piece of text we want to add to the document is this:


There are three kinds of lazy dogs:

dogs that like to sleep all day


dogs that just don't mind foxes jumping over them
dogs that have workked hard all day and are now resting.

Obviously the introductory line ("There are three kinds ") is in Body Text style. But how to do the
bullets? For the moment, just type the text. Don't worry about the bullets. Don't worry about the
fact that we want them indented from the left margin. So your documentlooks like the following
(remember the sign on the screen shows where you pressed Enterto end a paragraph).
There are three kinds of lazy dogs:
dogs that like to sleep all day
dogs that just don't mind foxes jumping over them
dogs that have workked hard all day and are now resting.
How not to add bullets to your text

Some users of Word will create bullets using the bullet button on the toolbar. It works, more
or less. But it doesn't give you much control over what's going on, it's not stable, and copying
from document to document is, let's say, interesting. Not for grown ups.
Some users of Word will use Format > Bullets and Numbering. It works, kind of, on
Tuesdays, if there's a full moon, if Collingwood beat Carlton last week. It gives you more
options to play with than the bullets button, but all that does is complicate matters. Also not for
grown ups. Not even Carlton supporters<g>.

How to add bullets to your list


The grown-up way to create bullets is to use a bulleted Style.One easy way to do that is to click on
the Style box and select List Bullet. But first you need to tell Word to show you the List Bullet style
in the list of styles.
Step 1: Make sure you can see the List Bullet style
To tell Word to show you the List Bullet style in the list of styles, do the following.
For users of Word 2002: On the Format menu, choose Styles and Formatting. The Styles and
Formattingtask pane will pop up. Down the bottom, in the Show box, choose "All Styles".

For users of Word before 2002: On the Format menu, choose Style. The Style dialog box will
pop up. In the Category box, choose "All Styles".

Step 2: Apply the List Bullet style

Figure 1: Locate the Style box on the Formatting toolbar. Click the arrow and choose the List Bullet style.
Click in the first paragraph that you want bulleted. From theStyle box on the toolbar (Figure 1), select List
Bullet. That will give you a bullet at the beginning of the paragraph.
You have two more paragraphs to format. You can select both at once, and apply the List Bullet style to
both at once. To do that, click anywhere in one paragraph. Hold down Shift. Click anywhere in the other
paragraph. Now, use the Style box and choose List Bullet.
You'll see something like the following:
There are three kinds of lazy dogs:

dogs that like to sleep all day


dogs that just don't mind being jumped over
dogs that have workked hard all day and are now resting.
Your List Bullet style probably has your bulleted paragraphs flush against the left margin. But we want them
indented by, say, 1.5cm. (I can't cope with the old British Imperial measurement system, so the Americans
among you will have to translate into inches. It's very roughly an inch.)

Step 3: Modify the List Bullet style


So, we need to modify the List Bullet style to change the left indent. How to do that? First, make sure the
Insertion Point is in one of your List Bullet paragraphs.
In Word 2002, Format > Styles and Formatting. Down the bottom of the pane on the right, set Show to be
"All Styles". Now, find List Bulletin the list of styles. Right-click List Bullet and choose Modify. (For older
versions of Word, Format > Styles. Click Modify.)

Step 3.1: The Modify Style dialog box

Figure 2: In the Modify Style dialog box, click Format, then Numbering.
We're now in the Modify Style dialog. Click Format, then Numbering (Figure 2). Yes: Numbering. Common
sense says that modifying a left indent has nothing to do with numbering. It seems like the left indents
should be controlled from the Paragraph settings.True. In my view, it's a bug.
It might also seem odd to have to click Numbering when you want to deal with bullets. But Word thinks
they're much the same thing. So click Numbering.

Step 3.2: The Bullets and Numbering dialog box

Figure 3: In the Bullets and Numbering dialog box, one scheme may already be highlighted. Always choose
the highlighted scheme, then click Customize. This picture is from Word 2002. Your dialog box may look
different if you have an earlier version of Word, or if you havecustomized any of the schemes.
You're now at the Bullets and Numbering dialog box. Click the Bulleted tab. You will see 8 schemes for
bulleting (Figure 3).

If one scheme is highlighted, perhaps with a blue border, choose it. No matter how tempting the
other ones look, click the highlighted one and then click Customize.
If none of the 8 schemes is highlighted, choose the one that looks most like what you want to
achieve, and click it. Then, clickCustomize. And promise yourself now that, if you have to come back
to this dialog box, you will always choose the highlighted scheme.

Step 3.3: The Customize Bulleted List dialog box


In this dialog box, you can have a bit of fun. For example, you could click the Font button to make
the bullets red. More usefully, you set the indents here.
This dialog box wins my award for inscrutable communication of the decade! It's about as intuitive
as jumping out of a 747 without a parachute. The dialog box has changed a bit over the years (and
in the process become even more inscrutable) so I'll show you two versions of it.
Modifying indents for bullets in Word 2002
In Word 2002, line up your bullets using these rules (Figure 4):

Figure 4: How to set indents for bullets in Word 2002 in the Customize Bulleted List dialog box. In this
example, if you want"demonstrates" to line up under "This paragraph", use 2cm, 3cm, 3cm.
1.
2.

Bullet Position = How far in from the left margin do you want the bullet?
Text Position-Tab Space After = How far in from the left margin do you want the text on the first line
to start?

If you set this to a number less than the Bullet Position setting, Word ignores your choice and improvises. If your
fit in the space you allocate (for example, a big bullet won't fit in 0.2 cm), Word will push the text to the next tab s
3.

Text Position-Indent at = How far in from the left margin do you want the text on the second and
subsequent lines to start? (If you want the text on the second and subsequent lines to start directly under
the text on the first line, set this to equal the Tab Space After measure.)

In the example we're creating above, appropriate settings would be 1.5cm, 3cm, 3cm (or in the British
Imperial measurement system, perhaps 1", 2", 2").
Word 2002 Tip: Once you have set the indents for your bullets this way, don't change the tabs or paragraph
indents for paragraphs in your bulleted style, or you will ruin your good work and have to start again.

Modifying indents for bullets in earlier versions of Word

Figure 5: How to set indents for bullets in Word 95, 97 and 2000 in the Customize Bulleted List dialog box.
In this example, the bullets arelined up against the left margin, and the text is 1cm from the left margin.
In Word 95, 97 and 2000, the Customize Bulleted List dialog is easier to understand, but doesn't give you
quite as much control.

There are two positions to set (Figure 5):

Bullet position Indent at = How far in from the left margin do you want the bullet?

Text position Indent at = How far in from the left margin do you want the text?

Word 95, 97 and 2000 Tip: Once you have set the indents for your bullets this way, modify the List
Bulletstyle to remove all the tabs from the style. If you visit the Customize List Bullet Style dialog again,you'll
have to remove the tabs again, too.

Question 3: How to insert Simbol


How to Insert Symbols in an MS Word Document
1 Open a MS Word document.
2 .Make sure autocorrect is turned on.Click on File Options Proofing AutoCorrect Options, then
under the AutoCorrect tab, check the Replace text as you type box.Note that you can set
additional AutoCorrections for symbols you often use, perhaps df for F.
3. Type (r) or (R) to create the registered symbol, .
4.Type (c)or (C) to create the copyright symbol, .
5.Type (tm) or (TM) to create the trademark symbol, .
6.Type (e) or (E) to create the euro symbol,
Method 2 of 5: Using the Symbol Menu

1. Place your cursor. Make sure the insert cursor is blinking in the location you're about to place your
symbol. Click on the Insert tab on the taskbar.

2. Locate the s ym b o l . Click on the S ym b o l button, and a list of recently used symbols will appear.
Selecting a symbol from that menu will place that symbol where your insertion cursor is located.

Method 3 of 5: Using the Symbol Window

1. If youre using an older version of Word, or you do not see the symbol you are looking for, click
on More Symbols to open the Symbol window.

2. The Symbol window will open in the first of two menu tabs. The second tab is the Special
Characters tab.

3. Choose the desired symbol from the Special Characters chart.

4. Click the Insert button. Its located on the lower portion of the Symbolwindow, and
the copyright symbol will be inserted in your document at the insertion cursor location.

Method 4 of 5: Using Built-in Codes

5Insert the symbols manually. You can also insert symbols manually by entering the symbol code, then
pressing Alt+X.
To insert the copyright symbol, first enter the copyright symbols code, 0169 .

Press the key combination Alt + X .

The code is replaced by the symbol.

Method 5 of 5: Using Shortcut Keys

Some frequently used symbols have alternative shortcuts. The copyrightshortcut, for
example, is Alt+^ Ctrl+C.

Use the Spe ci al Ch a ra cte rs tab to find frequently used symbols, like copyright,
registered, trademark, ellipsis, single opening quote, etc., along with their shortcuts.

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