Bài giảng Introducing Desktop Publishing - Chapter 2 Vector Graphics in Word

Tài liệu Bài giảng Introducing Desktop Publishing - Chapter 2 Vector Graphics in Word: Vector Graphics in Word ChapterWorkshop FoundationsUnderstanding GraphicsWorkshop ToolboxWord’s Drawing ToolbarProjects Project 2-1: Drawing BasicsProject 2-2: Group Drawing ObjectsProject 2-3: Layer Drawing ObjectsProject 2-4: Create a Logo and Add CalloutsProject 2-5: Create Quad-fold DocumentsProject 2-6: Create a NewsletterProject 2-7: Crop and Resize a Photograph Skills You Will LearnCopyright © The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved.2Design with Microsoft Word Vector Graphics in Word ChapterProjects Project 2-8: Design a BrochureProject 2-9: Lay Out a Front Panel Skills You Will LearnCopyright © The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved.2Design with Microsoft Word Vector Graphics in WordA flyer is a one-page information sheet.A brochure is usually printed on two sides of a page and folded.Both flyers and brochures present information while catching the reader’s attention.Design an Effective Flyer or Brochurepg. 55Chapter2Design with Microsoft Word Vector G...

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Vector Graphics in Word ChapterWorkshop FoundationsUnderstanding GraphicsWorkshop ToolboxWord’s Drawing ToolbarProjects Project 2-1: Drawing BasicsProject 2-2: Group Drawing ObjectsProject 2-3: Layer Drawing ObjectsProject 2-4: Create a Logo and Add CalloutsProject 2-5: Create Quad-fold DocumentsProject 2-6: Create a NewsletterProject 2-7: Crop and Resize a Photograph Skills You Will LearnCopyright © The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved.2Design with Microsoft Word Vector Graphics in Word ChapterProjects Project 2-8: Design a BrochureProject 2-9: Lay Out a Front Panel Skills You Will LearnCopyright © The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved.2Design with Microsoft Word Vector Graphics in WordA flyer is a one-page information sheet.A brochure is usually printed on two sides of a page and folded.Both flyers and brochures present information while catching the reader’s attention.Design an Effective Flyer or Brochurepg. 55Chapter2Design with Microsoft Word Vector Graphics in Wordpg. 55Chapter2Design with Microsoft WordFoundationsIdentify vector and raster graphicsCompare vector and raster graphicsYou Will Learn ToKey Terms vector graphicraster graphicbitmap graphicpixelspg. 56Design with Microsoft WordFoundationsA vector graphic is usually a drawing that is made up of lines and curves. A raster (or bitmap) graphic is a complex picture, made up of pixels, or small squares of color in grid.vector graphicA drawing that is made up of lines and curves. (pg. 56)raster graphicA complex graphic made up of pixels. (pg. 56)bitmap graphicA complex graphic made up of pixels. (pg. 56)pixelsSmall squares of color in a grid. (pg. 56)Understanding Graphics pg. 56Design with Microsoft WordWhat kind of graphic is clip art? Understanding GraphicsFoundationsClip art is a vector graphic. Design with Microsoft WordUnderstanding GraphicsAssessmentpg. 57Reading Check What is a pixel?Answer: CExplanation: A pixel is a small square of color in a grid.D. a bitmap graphicC. a small square of color in a gridB. a complex picturea drawing such as clip artDesign with Microsoft WordToolboxDisplay the Drawing toolbarIdentify drawing toolsYou Will Learn ToKey Termdefaultpg. 58Design with Microsoft WordToolboxDrawing ToolbarThe Drawing toolbar contains buttons for creating line drawing and shapes, inserting images, and manipulating graphics. In Word, the Drawing toolbar is usually displayed at the bottom of the window, which is the default setting. defaultThe automatic setting in a program. (pg. 58)Word’s Drawing Toolbar pg. 58-60Design with Microsoft WordWhere is the default setting for the Drawing toolbar in Word? Word’s Drawing ToolbarToolboxThe default setting for the Drawing toolbar in Word is at the bottom of the window. Design with Microsoft WordWord’s Drawing ToolbarAssessmentpg. 60Reading Check Which drawing tool allows a user to add a drop shadow behind objects?Answer: AExplanation: WordArt allows a user to add a drop shadow behind objects. A. WordArt B. Line Color C. Text BoxD. DrawDesign with Microsoft WordDrawing BasicsDraw circlesApply color fill optionsDraw and format linesSpotlight on Skillspg. 61Key Terms perpendicularparallelpull handlesAcademic Focus MathCreate geometric shapes2-1Design with Microsoft WordDrawing Basicspg. 61Helpful Keyboard Keys Shift KeyBy holding down the Shift key, a user can make perfect squares or circles when using the Rectangle or Oval drawing tools.Using the Line drawing tool, a user can create lines that are perpendicular, parallel, or at a 45-degree angle.Control (ctrl) KeyBy holding down the Control (Ctrl) key, a user can nudge or create a copy of a drawing object.Customize AutoShapesPull handles can be used to make AutoShapes larger or smaller. perpendicularLines that join at a right angle. (pg. 61)parallelLines that never intersect. (pg. 61)pull handlesTools that allow a user to resize an AutoShape. (pg. 61)2-1Before You Begin Go to Chapter 2, 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 WordDrawing Basicspg. 61In this project, you willCreate a drawing of a pizza using a number of simple shapes. Then you will divide the pizza into equal slices using Word’s drawing tools. Microsoft WordAPPLICATIONS USED2-1Design with Microsoft WordDrawing Basicspg. 632-1Design with Microsoft WordGroup Drawing ObjectsApply different font stylesAdd a page borderEdit and resize clip artGroup drawing elementsWrap textAdd a headerSpotlight on Skillspg. 64Key Terms groupungroupAcademic Focus Language ArtsCommunicate your message clearly2-2Design with Microsoft WordGroup Drawing Objectspg. 64GroupingTo group means to combine separate simple objects into a single, more complex image.UngroupingObjects that have been grouped together can be separated by using the ungroup command. groupTo combine separate simple objects into a single, more complex image. (pg. 64)ungroupTo separate objects that have been grouped together. (pg. 64)2-2Design with Microsoft WordGroup Drawing Objectspg. 64In this project, you willCreate a flyer that advertises guitar lessons. You will then edit the image and lay out the text to make your message visually interesting. Microsoft WordAPPLICATIONS USED2-2 Data File 2-2DATA FILES USEDDesign with Microsoft WordGroup Drawing Objectspg. 672-2Check your work Use Figure 2.8 as a guide and check that: The fonts and images are attractive, accurate, and easy to read. The guitar’s color is changed and background elements removed. Text is left-aligned and not wrapped too tightly around the graphic. There is a header and a page border.Design with Microsoft WordLayer Drawing ObjectsCreate shapesGroup drawing objectsResize clip artDuplicate clip artSpotlight on Skillspg. 68Key Terms layersscaleAcademic Focus MathWork with shapes and ratios2-3Design with Microsoft WordLayer Drawing Objectspg. 68LayersLayers refer to the individual parts of a graphic that are tacked on top of each other.Graphic layers can be reordered and rearranged.Scale Scale refers to the size of an object such as clip art. layersThe individual parts of a graphic that are stacked on top of each other. (pg. 68)scaleThe size of an object. (pg. 68)2-3Design with Microsoft WordLayer Drawing Objectspg. 68In this project, you willUse the pizza image you created in Project 2-1 to create a flyer to advertise a pizza parlor. You will also copy and paste clip art to create a page border. Microsoft WordAPPLICATIONS USED2-3 Data File 2-3a Data File 2-3bDATA FILES USEDDesign with Microsoft WordLayer Drawing Objectspg. 702-3Design with Microsoft WordCreate a Logo and Add CalloutsFormat WordArtCombine text and graphicsAdd calloutsAdd a background colorSpotlight on Skillspg. 71Key Terms logoscalablecalloutleaderAcademic Focus Language ArtsCommunicate with clear visual messages2-4Design with Microsoft WordCreate a Logo and Add Calloutspg. 71LogosA logo is a combination of text and graphics used to identify a business or product.Logos are usually vector graphics, which are scalable. Callouts and LeadersA callout is a type of text box that acts as a label for a graphic.A leader points from the text box to a specific part of an image.logoA combination of text and graphics used to identify a business or product. (pg. 71)scalableRetains smooth and crisp images at any size. (p. 71)calloutA type of text box that acts as a label for a graphic. (pg. 71)leaderA graphic line that points from a text box to a specific part of an image. (pg. 71)2-4Design with Microsoft WordCreate a Logo and Add Calloutspg. 71In this project, you willCreate a logo for the pizza flyer you started in Project 2-3. You will also add callouts and a text box to the flyer. Microsoft WordAPPLICATIONS USED2-4Design with Microsoft WordCreate a Logo and Add Calloutspg. 742-4Check your work Use Figure 2.17 as a guide and check that: There are no spelling or grammar errors. The fonts are used consistently. The callouts are readable and pointing to the correct location. The logo is complete and accurate.The graphics used in the border are consistently spaced.The line and the triangle used for the missing slice effectively hide the graphics behind.The text box at the bottom has no fill color and no line color.The background color covers the entire flyer.Design with Microsoft WordCreate Quad-fold DocumentsLayout a quad-fold documentUse the zoom toolRotate imagesPrint four pages on a sheetSpotlight on Skillspg. 75Key Term quad-foldAcademic Focus MathEvaluate spatial relationships2-5Design with Microsoft WordCreate Quad-fold Documentspg. 75Quad-fold documentA quad-fold document is folded twice so that there are four folds. Cards are often quad-fold. quad-foldA document that is folded half twice, so that there are four folds. (pg. 75)2-5Design with Microsoft WordCreate Quad-fold Documentspg. 75In this project, you willLay out and create a quad-fold party invitation. Microsoft WordAPPLICATIONS USED2-5 Data File 2-5DATA FILES USEDDesign with Microsoft WordCreate Quad-fold Documentspg. 782-5Check your work Use Figure 2.22 as a guide and check that: Text is printed and positioned correctly on each panel.The graphics are effective.There is enough white space so elements are not too crowded.There are no spelling or grammar errors.Design with Microsoft WordCreate a NewsletterCreate a mastheadFormat columnsCreate stylesSpotlight on Skillspg. 79Key Terms mastheadbylinestyle sheetAcademic Focus Language ArtsCreate a newsletter based on the legend of King Arthur2-6Design with Microsoft WordCreate a Newsletterpg. 79Elements of NewsletterA masthead is the title of a newspaper or newsletter. A byline tells who wrote the article.mastheadThe title of a newspaper or newsletter. (pg. 79)bylineA line that names the author of an article. (pg. 79)2-6Design with Microsoft WordCreate a Newsletterpg. 80StylesA style sheet is a list of formatting rules.Desktop publishing applications allow a user to create a style sheet in order to easily format specific types of text consistently.style sheetA list of formatting rules. (pg. 80)2-6Design with Microsoft WordCreate a Newsletterpg. 80In this project, you willBegin formatting a personal-style newsletter describing the deeds of King Arthur and his court. Microsoft WordAPPLICATIONS USED2-6 Data File 2-6a Data File 2-6bDATA FILES USEDDesign with Microsoft WordCreate a Newsletterpg. 832-6Design with Microsoft WordCrop and Resize a PhotographCrop and resize a photographAdd a captionSpotlight on Skillspg. 84Key Terms resizecropAcademic Focus MathModify proportions of a photograph2-7Design with Microsoft WordCrop and Resize a Photographpg. 84Resize and CropTo resize means to reduce or increase the size of a image.To crop means to trim image. Resizing and cropping an image can help balance a page, improve the composition of an image, and make a document more visually appealing. resizeTo reduce or increase the size of an image. (pg. 84)cropTo trim an image. (pg. 84)2-7Design with Microsoft WordCrop and Resize a Photographpg. 84In this project, you willContinue to format your Camelot newsletter and add a text box and a photograph. Microsoft WordAPPLICATIONS USED2-7 Data File 2-7DATA FILES USEDDesign with Microsoft WordCrop and Resize a Photographpg. 872-7Check your work Use Figure 2.34 as a guide and check that: The masthead is sized effectively and contains a graphic.Two sets of double lines separate the masthead from the articles.Text is formatted in two columns that are aligned at top and bottom.Text styles are applied consistently to headings and body text.The photo is cropped effectively and sized properly.The text box uses a different font and has a colored background.Design with Microsoft WordDesign a BrochureAdd tabs with leadersFormat columnsApply Format PainterSpotlight on Skillspg. 89Key Terms bi-foldleadingAcademic Focus MathUse a ruler for layout2-8Design with Microsoft WordDesign a Brochurepg. 89Bi-fold BrochureA bi-fold brochure is folded in half with two pages, like a book. When designing a brochure, pay attention to leading, or the spacing between paragraphs. bi-foldTo fold in half like a book. (pg. 89)leadingParagraph spacing. (pg. 89)2-8Design with Microsoft WordDesign a Brochurepg. 89In this project, you willUse Word’s ruler to format the inside pages of a jazz concert program, applying a two-column layout and uniform tabs with leaders. Microsoft WordAPPLICATIONS USED2-8 Data File 2-8DATA FILES USEDDesign with Microsoft WordDesign a Brochurepg. 922-8Design with Microsoft WordLayout a Front PanelDesign a front panelAdd a texture backgroundSpotlight on Skillspg. 93Key Term duplex printingAcademic Focus MathUse a ruler for layout2-9Design with Microsoft WordLayout a Front Panelpg. 93Duplex PrintingBecause brochures include text on both sides of a page, they can be printed using duplex printing, an option to print on both sides of a page. duplex printingAn option to print on both sides of a page. (pg. 93)2-9Design with Microsoft WordLayout a Front Panelpg. 93In this project, you willComplete the brochure that you started in Project 2-8 by laying out the front panel for your brochure. Microsoft WordAPPLICATIONS USED2-9 Data File 2-9DATA FILES USEDDesign with Microsoft WordLayout a Front Panelpg. 952-9Check your work Use Figure 2.43 as a guide and check that: Fonts have consistent sizing, typeface, and style.Text is correct and positioned correctly on each panel.Graphics and borders are repeated and used effectively.Elements are not too crowded or distant.Design with Microsoft WordIn the Workplacepg. 96On the JobWriters and Editors Writers—including journalists, creative writers, technical writers, and copy writers—usually work on a computer in word processing applications such as Microsoft Word.Editors oversee all aspects of publication, while copy editors check content for accuracy, grammar, and style. Both use desktop publishing tools and applications on a regular basis. Future OutlookWhile employment for writers and editors is extremely competitive, technical writers are in demand. Skills and TalentsWriters and EditorsWriters and editorsneed to have:Good writing skills.Knowledge of word processing and desktop publishing programs.Excellent communication skills.The ability to work independently and meet deadlines.Good researching skills.Design with Microsoft Word Vector Graphics in WordChapter AssessmentWhat is a vector graphic and a raster graphic?Chapter2A vector graphic is a drawing made up of lines and curves. A raster graphic is a complex picture made up of pixels.Which type of graphic is scalable?A vector graphic is scalable. Design with Microsoft Word Vector Graphics in WordChapter AssessmentWhat is the purpose of a style sheet?Chapter2The purpose of a style sheet is to provide consistent formatting rules for a document or series of documents.What is duplex printing?Duplex printing is an option that allows a user to print on both sides of a page.Design with Microsoft WordUnit Assessment Projects Across the CurriculumMath: Use Word’s drawing tools to draw a castleProject 2: Create a Visual ReportScience: Create a one-page flyer that uses graphics to illustrate a science-related topic that interests you.Project 3: Create a Greeting CardLanguage Arts: Create a quad-fold greeting card for a special occasion, a holiday, or a thank you.Project 4: Create a Travel BrochureSocial Studies: Create a two-column brochure about a popular travel destination.Project 1: Draw a CastleUnitIndependent PracticeGo to Unit 1, and choose Rubrics. Use the rubrics to help create and evaluate your projects.Design with Microsoft Word Design with Microsoft WordUnitGo to Learning Center Unit Activities PowerPoint Presentations Student Data Files Key Term Flashcards Reading Checks and Critical Thinking Activities e-Review Self Checks Worksheets Enrichment ActivitiesDesign with Microsoft Word

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