|Kips Information Technology Class 9
|Unit-3 Digital Documentation
|4 Introduction to Word Processor
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Answer the Following Questions:
What is a word processor?
Word Processing is a technique of creating, editing, saving, and printing documents. An application software is used to perform these tasks is called a word processor.
What is the difference between a text editor and word processor?
A word processor should never be confused with a text editor, which only allows you to create and edit plain text. Whereas, while using a word processor, you can format and illustrate text.
Name the three popular word processor
The three popular word processors are MS Word, Google Docs, and Open Office.
What are the four main operations possible with MS Word?
Four main operations possible with MS Word are:
• Creating and saving a document
• Opening an existing document
• Editing and formatting a document
• Previewing and printing a document
What is the purpose of the Quick Access Toolbar?
The Quick Access Toolbar is located next to the Word icon. It provides an easy access to the frequently used command buttons. By default, three buttons are present on it which are Save, Undo, and Redo. You can customise this toolbar by adding and removing commands using the drop-down arrow of Customise Quick Access Toolbar.