Nt1310 Unit 1

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The three features from Unit 1’s reading I have chosen are Cutting, Copying and Pasting Text; Setting the Page Layout; and Removing Blank Paragraphs. Each of these three features makes every day word processing activities easier, saves time, and reduces the waste of paper. Cutting, copying and pasting text makes typing the same thing to multiple people or companies easier by copying the text and pasting it to different documents. You can edit the text by cutting or copying what needs to be changed from each document. This feature saves time for the person typing it. Using the copy feature allows the writer to copy information from one spot in the document; Word will store it in the clipboard and permitting the writer to paste it somewhere else in the document. When you use the cutting feature, it allows you to delete information from your document but Word will place the information that you cut in the clipboard instead of deleting it…show more content…
Some of the features that I use frequently are change the margins, the page orientation, the paper size, inserting columns to name a few. With the page orientation, you can change the layout from portrait to landscape orientation. You can also change the size of the paper the document will be. Most common sizes are letter, which is 8 ½ x 11 inches, and legal, which is 8 ½ x 14 inches. Inserting columns allows the typist to divide the information in the document into two, three, or more columns. Other things you can do with the page layout are inserting page breaks, hyphenation, and line numbers. Inserting page or section breaks allows you to change the layout of a section or page without changing the rest of the document. Hyphenation allows the writer to hyphenate words routinely without leaving awkward line endings on the right side margin. Line numbers provides numbers for referencing the information in the document (Microsoft,

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