Bài giảng Introducing Desktop Publishing - Chapter 1 Introducing Desktop Publishing

Tài liệu Bài giảng Introducing Desktop Publishing - Chapter 1 Introducing Desktop Publishing: Introducing Desktop PublishingChapterWorkshop FoundationsDesktop Publishing Workshop ToolboxIntroducing WordProjects Project 1-1: Format with FontsProject 1-2: Design with Font AttributesProject 1-3: Design with Font FamiliesProject 1-4: Format with Word ToolsProject 1-5: Insert and Wrap Clip ArtProject 1-6: Create a CertificateSkills You Will LearnCopyright © The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved.1Design with Microsoft Word Introducing Desktop PublishingChapterProjects : Project 1-7: Create a Business FlyerProject 1-8: Design with SymbolsProject 1-9: Create a TableProject 1-10: Create a Resume with a TemplateProject 1-11: Create a FlyerSkills You Will LearnCopyright © The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved.11Design with Microsoft Word Introducing Desktop PublishingAll publications, including books, magazines, newspapers, and brochures, follow a specific layout and design.In this book, you will learn the principles of effective layout and design in creating ...

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Introducing Desktop PublishingChapterWorkshop FoundationsDesktop Publishing Workshop ToolboxIntroducing WordProjects Project 1-1: Format with FontsProject 1-2: Design with Font AttributesProject 1-3: Design with Font FamiliesProject 1-4: Format with Word ToolsProject 1-5: Insert and Wrap Clip ArtProject 1-6: Create a CertificateSkills You Will LearnCopyright © The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved.1Design with Microsoft Word Introducing Desktop PublishingChapterProjects : Project 1-7: Create a Business FlyerProject 1-8: Design with SymbolsProject 1-9: Create a TableProject 1-10: Create a Resume with a TemplateProject 1-11: Create a FlyerSkills You Will LearnCopyright © The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved.11Design with Microsoft Word Introducing Desktop PublishingAll publications, including books, magazines, newspapers, and brochures, follow a specific layout and design.In this book, you will learn the principles of effective layout and design in creating a variety of documents.Publishing and Designpg. 2Chapter1Design with Microsoft Word Introducing Desktop PublishingPublishing and Designpg. 2Chapter1Design with Microsoft WordFoundationsIdentify elements of desktop publishing Apply design process skillsYou Will LearnKey Terms publicationlayout softwareWYSIWYGdesktop publishingpg. 3Design with Microsoft WordFoundationsWhat is Desktop Publishing?Desktop publishing software makes it possible for anyone with a computer to create a professional-looking publication. In 1985, Paul Brainerd created PageMaker, a type of layout software that was the first desktop publishing application. Layout software uses a principle known as WYSIWYG, an acronym that means “What You See Is What You Get.” desktop publishingThe use of a computer to combine text and graphics together on a page. (pg. 3)publicationA printed work. (pg. 3)layout softwareA type of software that combines text and graphics together on a page. (pg. 3)WYSIWYGAn acronym that means “What You See Is What You Get.” (pg. 3)Desktop Publishing pg. 3Design with Microsoft WordHow Does the Design Process Work?pg. 4FoundationsDesign Basics Look for examples of good design. Determine the purpose of the publication’s message. Sketch your few ideas on paper. Seek input from others. Keep your design simple.Design with Microsoft WordWhat is layout software? Desktop PublishingFoundationsLayout software is a type of software that combines text and graphics together on a page.Design with Microsoft WordDesktop PublishingAssessmentpg. 4Reading Check What is desktop publishing?Answer: D Explanation: Desktop publishing involves the use of a computer to combine text and graphics.C. a printed workD. the use of a computer to combine text and graphicsa type of software that combines text and graphicsB. a principle of designDesign with Microsoft WordToolboxIdentify Word’s toolbarsIdentify Word’s menu barFind the scroll bars and ruler You Will Learn ToKey Terms interfacePrint Layout Viewiconspg. 5Design with Microsoft WordToolboxWhat is a User Interface?Interface refers to all of the onscreen elements that allow you to communicate with the computer. In Print Layout View, you can see how text and graphics will print on the page. interfaceAll of the onscreen elements that allow a user to communicate with a computer. (pg. 5)Print Layout ViewA view in Microsoft Word that allows a user to see how text and graphics will print on a page. (pg. 3)Introducing Word pg. 5Design with Microsoft WordToolboxTitle BarThe title bar displays the title of the document.Menu BarThe menu bar contains general menu categories (such as File, Edit, View, and so on) from which you can carry out commands in Word. ToolbarsThe other bars are called toolbars and include clickable icons, or picture buttons, which are shortcuts to the menu items. iconsClickable picture buttons which are shortcuts to menu items. (pg. 6)Introducing Wordpg. 6Design with Microsoft WordWhat is a user interface? Introducing WordToolboxA user interface is all of the onscreen elements that allow a user to communicate with a computer.Design with Microsoft WordIntroducing WordAssessmentpg. 6What is the function of the title bar?Answer: DExplanation: The title bar displays the title of a document.C. to control the appearance of the textD. to display the title of the documentto carry out common commandsB. to display icons for common commandsDesign with Microsoft WordFormat with FontsFormat fontsChange font sizeSpotlight on Skillspg. 7Key Terms typographytypefacefontserifsans serifscalablepoints 1-1Academic Focus Social StudiesFormat the American National AnthemDesign with Microsoft WordFormat with Fontspg. 7Fonts and Typeface Fonts and TypefaceThe study of type and its characteristics is called typography.A typeface is a design for a set of characters such as letters, numbers, and punctuation marks.A font is a specific typeface combined with variations such as size, style, and spacingtypographyThe study of type and its characteristics. (pg. 7)typefaceA design for a set of characters such as letters, numbers, and punctuation marks. (pg. 7)fontA specific typeface combined with variations such as size, style, and spacing. (pg. 7)1-1Before You Begin Go to Chapter 1, and choose PowerPoint Presentations to preview the documents you will be creating. Also, use the individual project Rubrics to help create and evaluate your work. Design with Microsoft WordFormat with Fontspg. 7Categorizing FontsA serif is a small cross-stroke at the top or bottom of most letters. Serif fonts are categorized by the presence of a serif.Sans serif means “without serif.” Sans serif fonts do not have extra cross-strokes. Because they are not as easy to read as serif fonts, sans serif fonts are best used for titles, headings, or short blocks of text. serifA small cross-stroke at the top or bottom of most letters. (pg. 7)sans serifThe absence of extra cross-strokes on letters. (pg. 7)1-1Design with Microsoft WordFormat with Fontspg. 8Font Size Measuring FontsFonts that can be resized without any distortion of the typeface are called scalable fonts. Font size is measured in points, about 1/72 of an inch. scalableA type of font that can be resized without any distortion of the typeface. (pg. 8)pointsUnits of measurement for font size, about 1/72 of an inch. (pg. 8)1-1Design with Microsoft WordFormat with Fontspg. 8In this project, you willCompare the use of serif and sans serif fonts when you format the lyrics of the national anthem.Microsoft WordAPPLICATIONS USED Data File 1-1DATA FILES USED1-1Design with Microsoft WordFormat with Fontspg. 91-1Design with Microsoft WordDesign with Font AttributesApply formatting attributesSpotlight on Skillspg. 10Key Term font attributes Academic Focus ScienceFormat chemical formulas1-2Design with Microsoft WordDesign with Font Attributespg. 10Design with Font AttributesFont AttributesFont attributes are characteristics or qualities of text such as underline, bold, italics, superscript, and subscript. ALL CAPS can be created by pressing the Caps Lock key on the keyboard. This font attribute should not be used with a lot of text, as it reduces readability. font attributesCharacteristics or qualities of text such as underline, bold, italics, superscript, and subscript. (pg. 10)1-2Design with Microsoft WordDesign with Font Attributespg. 10In this project, you willFormat a report using font attributes. You will learn about Poland’s famous tourist attraction, the Wieliczka Salt Mine. Microsoft WordAPPLICATIONS USED Data File 1-2DATA FILES USED1-2Design with Microsoft WordFormat with Fontspg. 121-2Design with Microsoft WordDesign with Font FamiliesUse font familiesSpotlight on Skillspg. 13Key Terms letterformcontrast Academic Focus Language ArtsInterpret words visually1-3Design with Microsoft WordDesign with Font Familiespg. 13Design with Font AttributesFont FamiliesFont families are either serif or sans serif, and fonts in each family have a related typeface. Font families are also characterized by the letterform, or the shape of a letter.When designing a page, use contrast in choosing font families to provide visual interest. letterformThe shape of a letter. (pg. 10)contrastA difference that sets off an element from others in a document. (pg. 13)1-3Design with Microsoft WordDesign with Font Familiespg. 13In this project, you willCreate a guide to identify fonts in serif and sans serif families. You can use this guide in later projects to help you choose appropriate fonts for your design. Microsoft WordAPPLICATIONS USED Data File 1-3DATA FILES USED1-3Design with Microsoft WordFormat with Fontspg. 141-3Design with Microsoft WordFormat with Word ToolsCut and pasteAlign textInsert a drop capAdd a page borderCheck spellingSpotlight on Skillspg. 15Key Terms clipboardaligndrop capborderheaderfooter Academic Focus Social StudiesFormat the Gettysburg Address1-4Design with Microsoft WordFormat with Word Toolspg. 15Formatting ToolsCut, Copy, and PasteCut or copied material is saved in a clipboard, a temporary storage area which saves the material until it is deleted or replaced or the program is turned off. Spell CheckTo check a word or an entire document at once, click Tools>Spelling and Grammar on the menu bar, or click the Spelling and Grammar button on the Standard toolbar. clipboardA temporary storage area for items in a document. (pg. 15)FPO Go Online 1-4Design with Microsoft WordFormat with Word Toolspg. 16Additional Formatting ToolsAlign TextTo align text, click one of the four alignment buttons on the Formatting toolbar. Format for Visual InterestUse the Format menu to enhance a document with decorative elements such as a drop cap or a page border. Add Headers and FootersClick View>Header and Footer to open the Header and Footer Toolbar. alignTo arrange items so that they line up. (pg. 18)drop capA large decorative letter used as the first letter of a paragraph. (pg. 16)headerInformation that appears at the bottom of every page. (pg. 16)footerInformation that appears at the bottom of every page. (pg. 16)1-4Design with Microsoft WordFormat with Word Toolspg. 16In this project, you willUse Word to format the Gettysburg Address as a visually interesting and easily readable document. Microsoft WordAPPLICATIONS USED Data File 1-4DATA FILES USED1-4Design with Microsoft WordFormat with Fontspg. 191-4Check your work Use Figure 1.14 as a guide and check that: Text alignment is justified. There is a drop cap, page border, header, and footer. There are no spelling errors or typos. Design with Microsoft WordInsert and Wrap Clip ArtFind and replace textInsert a text boxAdd a fill colorInsert a graphicMove and resize an objectSpotlight on Skillspg. 20Key Terms wrapsizing handletext box Academic Focus Language ArtsIllustrate an Aesop’s fable and find synonyms1-5Design with Microsoft WordInsert and Wrap Clip Artpg. 21Insert and Wrap Clip ArtWrap TextTo wrap text is to flow it around a graphic. Choose a wrapping style by opening the Format Picture box and selecting the Layout tab or by using the Picture toolbar. wrapTo flow text around a graphic. (pg. 21)1-5Design with Microsoft WordInsert and Wrap Clip Artpg. 21Insert and Wrap Clip ArtResize an ImageResize an image by selecting it and then dragging a sizing handle. Insert a Text BoxA text box can hold both text and graphics. Like an image, a text box can be resized and text can be wrapped around it.sizing handleA small circle or square on the sides or corners of an object that allows a user to resize the object. (pg. 21)text boxA graphic element that holds text and graphics. (pg. 21)1-5Design with Microsoft WordInsert and Wrap Clip Artpg. 21In this project, you willIllustrate an Aesop’s fable by adding clip art. You will also use the Thesaurus and Find/Replace tools to revise your story. Microsoft WordAPPLICATIONS USED Data File 1-5a Data File 1-5bDATA FILES USED1-5Design with Microsoft WordInsert and Wrap Clip Artpg. 241-5Check your work Use Figure 1.19 as a guide and check that: Fonts are consistent and readable. The title is in a colored text box, and the text direction is correct. All references to skunk have been replaced with bear. The image is laid out attractively and text wraps around it. There are no spelling errors or typos. Design with Microsoft WordCreate a CertificateChange page orientationFormat a page borderInsert a watermarkAdd WordArtApply kerningSpotlight on Skillspg. 25Key Terms white spacewatermarkWordArtkernportrait orientationlandscape orientation Academic Focus MathEvaluate spatial consistency1-6Design with Microsoft WordCreate a Certificatepg. 25Create a CertificateWhite SpaceWhite space is particularly important in certificates, documents that give special recognition to a person or team.Add a WatermarkA watermark is an image that is barely visible behind the text of a document. Watermarks are used to prove authenticity, to add visual interest, or to identify a type of document. Insert WordArtWordArt is decorative text that comes in many shapes and colors, often has different effects, and can be reshaped and resized. 1-6white spaceEmpty space in a document. (pg. 25)watermarkAn image that is barely visible behind the text of a document. (pg. 25)WordArtDecorative text. (pg. 25)Design with Microsoft WordCreate a Certificatepg. 26Create a CertificateKern Between CharactersTo kern means to adjust the space between characters in a document. Change Page OrientationIn portrait orientation, the short edge of the paper is along the top.In landscape orientation, the long edge of the paper is along the top. 1-6kernTo adjust the space between characters in a document. (pg. 26)portrait orientationPage orientation whereby the short edge of the paper is along the top. (pg. 25)landscape orientationPage orientation whereby the long edge of the paper is along the top. (pg. 26)Design with Microsoft WordCreate a Certificatepg. 26In this project, you willCreate a certificate that will include a watermark and WordArt.Microsoft WordAPPLICATIONS USED Data File 1-6DATA FILES USED1-6Design with Microsoft WordCreate a Certificatepg. 291-6Check your work Use Figure 1.25 as a guide and check that: Fonts are consistent and readable. There is a watermark and a blue page border. WordArt is used correctly. Text looks balanced, with sufficient white space around it. Design with Microsoft WordCreate a Business FlyerAdjust leadingAdd a bulleted listKern textInsert page numbersSpotlight on Skillspg. 30Key Terms leadingbullet Academic Focus MathCalculate line spacing1-7Design with Microsoft WordCreate a Business Flyerpg. 30Determine Line SpacingLeadingLeading refers to the process of spacing lines of text.Leading is sometimes measured as the space between lines and sometimes as the distance between baselines. Leading is generally 120-150 percent of the font size, depending on the type of font. 1-7leadingThe process of spacing lines of text. (pg. 30)Design with Microsoft WordCreate a Business Flyerpg. 31Create ListsBulleted ListsA bullet is a character such as a dot or a diamond.Bullets are used to list items in no particular order.Numbered ListsNumbered lists present information in a specific order.1-7bulletA character such as a dot or diamond used in lists. (pg. 31)Design with Microsoft WordCreate a Business Flyerpg. 31In this project, you willCreate one page of an annual report for an imaginary company, HypothetiCo. Microsoft WordAPPLICATIONS USED Data File 1-7a Data File 1-7b Data File 1-7c Data File 1-7dDATA FILES USED1-7Design with Microsoft WordCreate a Business Flyerpg. 351-7Check your work Use Figure 1.32 as a guide and check that: Line spacing makes text readable and attractive. Content in the bulleted list is written and aligned correctly. Graphics are effectively laid out. A page number is inserted in the lower right corner.Design with Microsoft WordDesign with SymbolsCreate a numbered listInsert symbolsSpotlight on Skillspg. 36Key Term dingbats Academic Focus MathUse math symbols and fractions1-8Design with Microsoft WordDesign with Symbolspg. 36Add Symbols and Special CharactersSymbolsTo find symbols that do not appear on the keyboard, click Insert>Symbol to open the Symbol box. The Wingdings and Webdings fonts include a variety of graphic icons and symbols, called dingbats.1-8dingbatsGraphic icons and symbols of the Wingdings and Webdings fonts. (pg. 36)Design with Microsoft WordDesign with Symbolspg. 37Options for Dashes and FractionsInsert DashesThere are three kinds of dashes—hyphens, En dashes, and Em dashes. Format FractionsIn instances where Word does not recognize a particular fraction, it can sometimes be found through Insert>Symbol, in the Number Forms subset category. 1-8Design with Microsoft WordDesign with Symbolspg. 38In this project, you willFormat a recipe with symbols.Microsoft WordAPPLICATIONS USED Data File 1-8a Data File 1-8b Data File 1-8cDATA FILES USED1-8Design with Microsoft WordDesign with Symbolspg. 401-8Check your work Use Figure 1.36 as a guide and check that: The text is accurate, laid out attractively, and easy to read. Symbols and fractions have been added correctly. The numbered list presents information in the correct order. Graphics relate to content and are sized and placed effectively. Design with Microsoft WordCreate a TableCreate a tableSort dataAdd footnotesResize columnsFormat a tableCenter verticallySpotlight on Skillspg. 41Key Terms tablegridlinessort Academic Focus Social StudiesCompare state populations1-9Design with Microsoft WordCreate a Tablepg. 41Create TablesTablesA table is a grid of rows and columns that organizes information so that it is easy to find and understand. Gridlines separate the rows and columns in a table.In Word, you can perform simple calculations and automatically sort information in tables. 1-9tableA grid of rows and columns that organizes information. (pg. 41)gridlinesBorders that separate rows and columns in a table. (pg. 41)sortTo arrange information in a table. (pg. 41)Design with Microsoft WordCreate a Tablepg. 41In this project, you willCreate and format a table to compare the populations and other facts about certain U.S. states. You will also use the superscript and subscript numerals to footnote and cite the sources of your information. Microsoft WordAPPLICATIONS USED1-9Design with Microsoft WordCreate a Tablepg. 451-9Check your work Use Figure 1.43 as a guide and check that: The table colors and borders match Figure 1.43. Text is complete and accurate. The table is sorted from highest to lowest city population. There is a citation below the table. The table is centered. Design with Microsoft WordCreate a Résumé with a TemplateCreate a résumé Use a templateSpotlight on Skillspg. 46Key Terms template Academic Focus Social StudiesCreate Ben Franklin’s résumé 1-10Design with Microsoft WordCreate a Résumé with a Templatepg. 46Create Templates and WizardsRésumé TemplatesA template is a pre-formatted, fill-in-the-blank document.Microsoft Word has a variety of résumé templates. 1-10templateA preformatted, fill-in-the-blank document. (pg. 46)Design with Microsoft WordCreate a Résumé with a Templatepg. 46In this project, you willUse a template to create a resume for 20-year-old Benjamin Franklin. Microsoft Word Data File 1-10APPLICATIONS USED1-10Design with Microsoft WordCreate a Résumé with a Templatepg. 471-10Design with Microsoft WordCreate a FlyerDetermine message, audience, and contentDesign flyer layoutSpotlight on Skillspg. 49Key Terms design processthumbnail sketchAcademic Focus Social StudiesInitiate a time capsule1-11Design with Microsoft WordCreate a Flyerpg. 49Create ThumbnailsDesignThe design process is a step-by-step system used to create effective designs and documents. ThumbnailsA thumbnail sketch is a simple drawing that gives a sense of the layout and basic elements of a design. 1-11design processA preformatted, fill-in the-blank document. (pg. 49)thumbnail sketchA simple drawing that gives a sense of the layout and basic elements of a design. (pg. 49)Design with Microsoft WordCreate a Flyerpg. 49In this project, you willCreate a flyer advertising a school-wide time capsule project. Microsoft WordAPPLICATIONS USED1-11 Data File 1-11DATA FILES USEDDesign with Microsoft WordCreate a Flyerpg. 471-11Design with Microsoft WordIn the Workplacepg. 52On the JobAn administrative assistant is often an entry-level job that is a stepping stone to other positions in a company.Because they are often responsible for newsletters, financial reports, flyers, and even advertisements or catalogs, administrative assistants should know how to use desktop publishing tools in Word.Future OutlookAlthough many people now use computers to do the tasks that administrative assistants once did, this career will continue to be in demand for people with good technology and communication skills. Skills and TalentsAdministrative AssistantsAdministrative Assistants need to have:Knowledge of various software programsGood communication skillsGood writing skillsGood problem-solving skillsThe ability to work independently and meet deadlinesDesign with Microsoft Word Introducing Desktop PublishingChapter AssessmentWhy should you use fonts from different font families and why?ChapterWhat are three advantages of using a table format?1Fonts from different fonts families should be used in desktop publishing to create good contrast and visual interest.Tables make it easier to format and sort information, to move formatted information on the page, and to create stable Web pages.Design with Microsoft Word Introducing Desktop PublishingChapter AssessmentHow are bulleted and numbered lists different?Chapter1Bulleted lists present information in no particular order, whereas numbered lists present information in a specific order, such as steps or ranking.What are dingbats?Dingbats are graphics icons and symbols in the Wingdings and Webdings fonts. 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