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Word Processor - Tabular presentation | Ch - 4 | STD. 6th | ICSE

 

SUB: COMPUTER

Ch-4(WORD PROCESSOR – TABULAR PRESENTATION)


Ex. 4

a.   a. What is MS-Word?
Ans: Microsoft Word or MS-Word is a full-featured word processing program. It allows user to create and manipulate documents, containing mostly text and something graphics.

b.     b. What is a Table?
Ans: Tables are the most powerful and useful tools. Tables is a way of organizing information into horizontal rows and vertical columns.

c.  c. What do mean by a cell?
Ans: Cell refers to the intersection of row and column in the table. We can insert all types of data in cells, including text and graphics.

d.    d. Why do we need to select a cells?
Ans: We can select table cells, and columns in a table to perform editing tasks, and apply formatting to all the selected areas of the table.

e.    e. Why do we combine cells in a table?
Ans: We can combine two or more cells in a table to create one large cell.

f.     f. Write down the shortcut keys to move the insertion point from cell in a table.
Ans: 

  Ø Press Tab key to move to the next cell

    Ø Press Shift + Tab keys to the previous cell

    Ø Use the Arrow keys to move one cell in the arrow’s direction

    Ø Click on the cell in which we want to type

    Ex. 5

    a.    What are the three ways to create a table in MS- Word?

    Ans: 1. Insert Table
         2. Draw Table
         3. Quick Table

b.   b. What is the purpose of aligning the text in a cell?
Ans: We can enhance the appearance of our table by changing the position of the text in cells. Word table alignment options include the basic left, right, center and justify as well as vertical alignments.

c.     c. Why do we use various table styles?
Ans: We can format our table by assigning the formatting styles that are designed specifically for tables. Table styles offer a variety of designs that includes shading and coloring, borders and fonts etc.

d.    d. How will you convert tables to text?
Ans: 1. Select the table
         2. Click on Table Tools
        
3. Click on Layout Tab
        
4. Choose Convert to Text
        
5. Click on OK

e.    e. Differentiate between splitting cell in a table and splitting table.
Ans:  Splitting cell: We can split one cell into two or more cells in our table. We can even split cells into columns or rows.
          Splitting table: We can split one table into two tables if we want to enter a significant amount of information in one table. 




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