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Introduction to Excel
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Learn the basics of Excel with this innovative resource. Complete lessons are provided – no teacher prep needed. It is great for beginners or revision at the beginning of a course. The learner works in editable workbooks that teach and provide comprehensive activities the same time - an efficient way to learn. My students learn a lot quickly and say that they like the self-paced activities and feel quite competent afterwards. This resource provides lessons for both classroom teachers or self-learners. All of these resources can be digital for a paper free classroom. 90 pages A PDF slideshow instructable – made with PowerPoint - a reference that explains The Excel screen and ribbons What a workbook and worksheets are The Excel screen layout Cells in a worksheet Status bar and views Backstage view Workbook 1 - Formatting 1: Teaches and provides comprehensive learner activities (editable Excel document) About Excel, ribbons and saving Mouse pointer, formatting text, views Cell references, selecting and moving around in cells Adjusting and merging cells Adding borders and cell styles Workbook 2 - Formatting 2: Teaches and provides comprehensive learner activities (editable Excel document) Text wrapping and formatting cells Copy, pasting, moving and formatting cells Inserting and deleting columns Autofill and flash fill Number formatting Sorting data Adding pictures Tables Entering data Workbook 3 - Calculating: Teaches and provides comprehensive learner activities (editable Excel document) Formula bar View and create formulas Arithmetic calculations, autosum, averages, percentages Autofill, using formulas Completing calculations for multiple spreadsheet tables Workbook 4 - Charts: Teaches and provides comprehensive learner activities (editable Excel document) Types of charts Parts of a chart Resizing, moving, properties, copying, live update Creating column, bar, line, area and pie charts Shape effects, create sparklines and revision Solution for all Workbook activities Excel Basic Reference Sheets Pages of quick reference for all the main need to know actions for Excel – a great help and invaluable reference for learners. Copyright Tech 4 All®. All rights reserved by author. This product is to be used by the original downloader only. Copying for more than one teacher, classroom, department, school, or educational provider is prohibited. It may not be edited, sold or distributed as paper or digital format. In digital format it may only be available for your classroom – do not post digital files where there is public access. It is for use for one teacher for one class only. If you wish to use it again you must buy it again or purchase multiple copies. If your colleagues would like to use this resource please ask them to download their own copy. Tech 4 All® is an independent publisher and is neither affiliated with, nor authorized, sponsored, or approved by, Microsoft Corporation.
PowerPoint Essential Skills
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PowerPoint Essential Skills

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A complete comprehensive unit to teach PowerPoint basics which also covers all aspects of the MO PowerPoint Certification Exam. There is a website, presentations, quizzes, student booklet and assignment activities. The students create a variety of presentations and learn the skills required for certification along the way. (212pages) No teacher prep necessary. Great for teacher directed or self-paced learning. Learner needs digital access to PowerPoint files and the internet. Activity booklet and assignment can be printed. This unit is better done after learning or revising with The Ribbons in PowerPoint. Pre-Requisites: Previous MS office experience like Word skills, familiarity with text skills, good mouse skills and the ability to copy, cut and paste. Competent reading skills with ability to follow instructions is required for this unit. A website that explains why PowerPoint is used Presentation purposes, audience, modes and planning Presentation (PowerPoint Guidelines) that explains The do and don’ts of PowerPoint design How to - PowerPoint Basics (Slide Show) that explains The main features of putting a presentation together File tab and properties Adding and formatting text & pictures, Alt text Adding & formatting slides and master, sections Design ideas & themes, slide size Adding other objects such as shapes, SmartArt, icons etc Adding and formatting video and audio Adding a header or footer Adding a drawing Adding & formatting transitions and animations Adding & formatting hyperlinks, zoom links, audio, video Adding notes Slideshow options, screen recording Reviewing & viewing Printing notes, handouts Preserve slides Finding help Student Activity Booklet Student completes quizzes and creates their own presentations following instructions Basic presentation skills covered: Adding and formatting text, pictures, animated gifs, SmartArt, Icons, 3D models, tables, charts, screenshots, screen clippings, alt text Formatting slides and slide master Adding and formatting transitions and animations/ rehearse timing Adding and formatting videos & audio Set file properties, inspect document, password Creating a photo album Using templates Adding links and zoom links Accessing help Adding notes, header, footers Using annotations Saving in different file formats Solutions for All activities in workbook PowerPoint Assignment Includes Online revision quiz Presentation Planner Creation of assessment presentation to showcase learned skills PowerPoint Shortcuts A reference guide
Excel Essentials
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Excel Essentials

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Excel Essentials covers the core skills that need to be learned to become a functional user of Excel. This unit also covers the skills that are required for competency in the MOS certification exam. There are instructional slideshows, a student workbook, editable Excel workbooks, puzzles and a quiz to consolidate proficiency. Excel Essentials is a complete unit with solutions for all activities – no teacher prep needed. It is suitable for teacher directed learning or self-paced or remote learning. All of these resources are digital for a paper free classroom. The teacher is able to print as well if necessary. Time frame (5 to 8 weeks depending on learner skill level). Pre-requisites Competent computer skills, experience with Microsoft applications would be desirable. No previous experience with Excel is required but would be helpful. Competent reading skills with ability to follow instructions is required for this unit. Student needs digital access to files and Internet for videos and quiz. The learner needs Microsoft Excel and PowerPoint for digital completion of puzzles. 7 slideshows – made with PowerPoint – references with clear graphic explanations and that cover all the Excel skills required – some slides link to videos for extra knowhow. Excel Basics Formatting Managing Worksheets File Tab Managing Data Calculations Charts and Illustrations Student Workbook - can be printed or viewed digitally - provides all the learner activities which cover: Ribbons, backstage view, formatting cells and data, saving, entering data, borders, pasting data, autofill, Sheet tabs, locating data, page setup, headers & footers, importing data, comments, notes Hyperlinks, properties, issues, exporting, printing, Excel tables, sorting data, sparklines Conditional Formatting, calculations, formulas, function builder, quick analysis tool, Text strings formulas, IF function, relative, absolute and mixed references, naming ranges, Calculations in tables, creating and formatting charts, alt text, pictures 3 Editable Excel Workbooks with solutions – workbooks and solutions are editable The learner completes the Excel activities in the 3 workbooks that are set up with activities and ready to go. Puzzles and Quiz with solutions – both PDF for printing and digital versions in PowerPoint are supplied. Excel Screen Label Excel Functions Puzzle Excel Commands Quiz Excel Icon Matchups Quiz
Create  professional websites with Google Sites
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Create professional websites with Google Sites

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New Google Sites is the ideal platform to learn how to make your first website – with an easy and intuitive layout a learner can design a website without coding in a short amount of time. A comprehensive introductory unit (4 – 5 weeks) to teach learners how to make websites with the new Google Sites. There’s a comprehensive instructional slideshow for both teachers and students to help learn the way that Google Sites works. There are step by step instructions in student activity booklet on how to create websites of a professional standard. There are also 2 puzzles to help consolidate understanding of Google Sites. Skills learnt from this unit would enable the learner to create other websites of personal or professional nature like an online resume, photography showcase, business website etc. No teacher prep necessary. Teacher directed learning would be best but this unit is suitable for self-paced learning. Learner needs digital access to google drive and the internet. Unit can be completely paperless. Activity booklet could be printed if needed. Pre-Requisites: Competent computer skills, experience with google drive, website attributes and the internet would be desirable. Competent reading skills with ability to follow instructions is required for this unit. Use Google Chrome, Firefox, Edge or Safari browsers for creating the site. Suitable for Chromebook users. Google Chrome Slideshow – comprehensive for both teacher and students to understand how Google Sites works Google Sites Student Activity Booklet Google Sites Icons Puzzle – digital versions in PowerPoint or Google Slides – self correcting Google Sites Jargon Puzzle – digital versions in PowerPoint or Google Slides – self correcting Sample Live Solution for website – on internet Copyright Tech 4 All. All rights reserved by author. This product is to be used by the original downloader only. Copying for more than one teacher, classroom, department, school, or educational provider is prohibited.
Microsoft Sway
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Microsoft Sway is an easy and efficient way to make web presentations quickly – with an online interface that is easy to learn, students can become proficient with its use in a short time. This is a comprehensive unit (3 – 4 weeks) to teach learners how to use Sway. There is an instructional slideshow to explain how to use Sway, a student activity booklet and solutions and a Google quiz. Skills learnt from this unit would enable the learner to create an online presentation of personal or professional nature like an e-portfolio, online resume, photography showcase, newsletter or blog. No teacher prep necessary. Teacher directed learning would be best, but this unit is suitable for self-paced or remote learning. Learner needs a Microsoft account and access to the internet and digital files. The Activity booklet can be printed or viewed digitally. The unit can be completely paperless. Pre-Requisites: Competent computer and internet skills would be desirable. Competent reading skills with ability to follow instructions is required for this unit. Google Chrome, Mozilla or Microsoft Edge browser for creating the online presentations. Microsoft office or 365 should be installed on the student’s computer. Sway Slideshow What is it? Where to Start? How to access it Create new, from a template, from a document, from a topic The Sway interface – storyline, design and play modes Adding content – text, images, videos, media etc. How cards work Uploading and embedding Play, remix, sharing and settings options Student Activity Booklet Overview of Sway Become familiar with Sway’s interface and output Learn the screen layout, menus and tools available in Sway Make multiple Sway presentations - create a Sway from scratch, from a document, from a topic, from a template Use various types of cards – learn their uses Change the design, style and orientation Learn to upload documents Learn to export a Sway Use sharing, collaboration and editing Edit settings for all uses Sample Solutions for appropriate Sways Google Quiz about Sway Copyright Tech 4 All. All rights reserved by author. This product is to be used by the original downloader only. Copying for more than one teacher, classroom, department, school, or educational provider is prohibited. It is for use for one teacher for one class only. If you wish to use it again you must buy it again or purchase multiple copies. Tech 4 All is an independent publisher and is neither affiliated with, nor authorized, sponsored, or approved by, Microsoft Corporation.
File Management
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File Management

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This File Management resource is a complete learning and hands on activities unit with 2 puzzles and a Google Quiz assessment. There are 2 versions Windows 10 and Windows 11. (107 pages) The unit (3 – 4 weeks: depends on student skill level) covers all the essential skills for managing folders and files in Windows 10 or Windows 11. The unit is completely digital and is offered on 2 platforms –PowerPoint and Google Slides – you choose which one suits your students’ needs best. A solution for all activities is provided. This resource can be completely paper free. Pre-Requisites: Reasonable computer skills, experience with navigating around a computer, switching screens and internet savvy would be desirable. Competent reading skills with ability to follow instructions is required for this unit. The student needs access to Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, Windows 10 File Explorer and the internet. Student Activities covered in the unit – (Student answers questions or uses drag and drop and performs folder and file activities in their own file explorer on their computer. They create several files using Word and PowerPoint.) What are Folders and Files? What is file management? Windows 10 folders and devices Working with File explorer – screen, views, libraries, navigating, File types, file icons, Folders and files – opening, creating, renaming, deleting Recycle Bin Folder and file naming conventions Copying, cutting, pasting folders and files Selecting files Searching for folders or files Shortcuts Folder tree hierarchies, file paths Folder and file properties Compressing folders and files Backing up Solution for Activities 2 Puzzles with solutions Google Quiz Copyright Tech 4 All. All rights reserved by author. This product is to be used by the original downloader only. Copying for more than one teacher, classroom, department, school, or educational provider is prohibited. It is for use for one teacher for one class only. If you wish to use it again you must buy it again or purchase multiple copies. Tech 4 All is an independent publisher and is neither affiliated with, nor authorized, sponsored, or approved by, Microsoft Corporation.
Python Turtle
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Python Turtle is a great way to introduce students to coding. The language is easy to learn with most commands having easy to understand English wording. The unit level is suitable for Grade 6 to 10. (140 pages) This is a comprehensive unit (5 – 8 weeks) to teach learners how to use Python Turtle using easy and accessible online software. There is an instructional teacher slideshow to explain how to use Python Turtle with introductory activities, a comprehensive student activity booklet with graded tasks, a sample student portfolio and 3 digital coding puzzles and all activities and puzzles have solutions. Skills learnt from this unit would enable the learner to start gaining programming knowhow and lay the base for future coding with Python. It is also suitable for students who have some experience with early coding and need to consolidate or revise their skills. No teacher prep needed. Teacher directed learning would be best, but this unit is suitable for self-paced or remote learning. The Activity booklet can be printed or viewed digitally. The unit can be completely paperless. Pre-Requisites: Competent computer and internet skills would be desirable. Good reading skills with ability to follow instructions is required for this unit. The internet is needed for using the online Python Turtle Sandbox, access to digital files and MS PowerPoint is needed for the portfolio and puzzles. There are Google Slides versions of all puzzles and the portfolio for students who use Chromebooks. Python Turtle Slideshow with introductory activities Origins? What is it? Where to Start? How to access and use the online software Typing code and errors Saving your online code Commands for movement and turning Commands for circles, dots Set pen width and color How to define color Draw and fill with color – also background Stamping, positioning the turtle adding text If, while and color loops Nested loops Defining functions Using random numbers Troubleshooting Python Turtle Student Activity Booklet Overview of using the online software Making a portfolio of code and designs Start coding with movement and turning commands Draw polygons, straight-line shapes, circles, dots – fill shapes and background with color Turtle shape & stamp – hide & show turtle Using loops and nested loops Defining functions, random numbers Create pictures, change existing code Challenges
Google Drive Essential Skills
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Google Drive Essential Skills

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This comprehensive unit is ideal as an introduction or revision of Google Drive. The students learn hands on about all the menus, icons and commands. There is an explanatory slideshow, a Google Drive activity booklet, a puzzle and a quiz to consolidate their Google Drive skills. The unit can be paperless. It’s suitable for distance or self-paced learning and ideal for start of year or term. (55 pages) No teacher prep is necessary. Learner needs digital access to google drive and the internet. This unit is suitable for Chromebook users. Pre-Requisites: Some internet skills and word processing knowledge desirable, some experience with google drive desirable, good reading skills with ability to follow instructions is required for this unit. Google Chrome is the recommended web browser. GOOGLE DRIVE SLIDESHOW What is Google Drive? The benefits Google accounts Organizing your folders and files Google drive applications File extensions Storage Microsoft applications in drive Using it offline Useful features **GOOGLE DRIVE ACTIVITY BOOKLET ** Create folders, upload files Create files from Google apps Navigate, view and manage files Copy, rename, move and delete files Search for files, make files favorites, shortcuts Help files and settings Download files Sharing and collaborating with files Sharing folders GOOGLE DRIVE ICONS PUZZLE WITH SOLUTION Puzzle to increase student skills about the icons in Google Drive GOOGLE DRIVE QUIZ to check understanding of Google Drive. (Self correcting) Copyright Tech 4 All. All rights reserved by author. This product is to be used by the original downloader only. Copying for more than one teacher, classroom, department, school, or educational provider is prohibited. It is for use for one teacher for one class only. If you wish to use it again you must buy it again or purchase multiple copies. Tech 4 All is an independent publisher and is neither affiliated with, nor authorized, sponsored, or approved by, Microsoft Corporation.
Copy Cut & Paste in Microsoft Word
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Copy Cut & Paste in Microsoft Word

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An ideal starter lesson for learners who are novices with Word or who need revision of Word at the start of a semester. Students may know how to copy and paste but do they know all the available options? Learners work within editable Word documents to practise these skills. There is a handout information sheet which covers all of the skills that are needed - this can be digital or printed. Check the learner skills with a quiz in Word. This activity will help increase the speed and accuracy of mouse skills and Word commands knowledge. **A Copy Cut & Paste information sheet ** that explains the 4 methods of copying and pasting How to view and clear the clipboard Variety of pasting methods Copy, Cut & Paste Activities which cover Working in an editable word document Practicing with the clipboard, right click, keyboard shortcuts and Ctrl drag methods to copy, cut and paste. Clearing the clipboard Pasting using different options Quiz – multiple choice about copying, cutting and pasting Solution for activities and quiz Copyright Tech 4 All. All rights reserved by author. This product is to be used by the original downloader only. Copying for more than one teacher, classroom, department, school, or educational provider is prohibited. It is for use for one teacher for one class only. If you wish to use it again you must buy it again or purchase multiple copies. Tech 4 All is an independent publisher and is neither affiliated with, nor authorized, sponsored, or approved by, Microsoft Corporation.
Microsoft Publisher
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Learn to make attractive professional looking documents with Publisher. A Desktop publishing program that is easy to work in to make great documents like flyers, business cards, brochures etc. Publisher instructions are provided via a slideshow along with 2 comprehensive activity booklets and solution booklets for a variety of learning activities. One booklet is for learning and the other is to create appealing documents for a business. These activities assume a working knowledge of MS Word and cover different aspects of Publisher functions. These activities are ideal for either teacher directed or self-paced learning for anyone who needs to develop Publisher skills. (90 pages) A PDF slideshow instructable for Publisher made with PowerPoint this is an instructional reference for how to work with Publisher that explains What you use Publisher for The Publisher ribbon & screen layout How to create a new document How to add text, use text fit and add pages How to deal with hyphenation Using Building Blocks: Page Parts, Calendars, Borders & Accents and Advertisements Adding pictures to page parts Using page design and themes Using Master Pages Finding, using and formatting templates Adding Business information Page spreads Introduction to Publisher Booklet – learner completes a variety of tasks and documents of varying degrees of difficulty – Ribbons task, Sale poster, Work with text boxes, Practice with page parts, picture captions and styles, search templates, make invitation, thank you card, menu, flyer, advertisement and use Master pages. Sample Solution Booklet: for all learner activities Create Business Documents with Publisher Booklet – learner creates a business then creates a range of documents for that business – learner creates business information, a logo, business card, letterhead, envelope, advertisement, flyer, display page and brochure. Option to create extra documents. Sample Solution Booklet: for all business document activities Copyright Tech 4 All®. All rights reserved by author. This product is to be used by the original downloader only. Copying for more than one teacher, classroom, department, school, or educational provider is prohibited. It may not be edited, sold or distributed as paper or digital format. In digital format it may only be available for your classroom – do not post digital files where there is public access. If you wish to use it again you must buy it again or purchase multiple copies. If your colleagues would like to use this resource please ask them to download their own copy. Tech 4 All® is an independent publisher and is neither affiliated with, nor authorized, sponsored, or approved by, Microsoft Corporation.
MS Word Bundle: Table of Contents - Bibliographies - Mail Merge
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MS Word Bundle: Table of Contents - Bibliographies - Mail Merge

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Bibliographies with slideshow instructions and 3 activities for bibliographies, footnotes and endnotes. MailMerge with 3 slideshow instructions and 3 comprehensive activities for letters, envelopes and labels. Table of Contents with slideshow and comprehensive activity. (141 pages)
The Ribbons in PowerPoint
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The Ribbons in PowerPoint

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An ideal starter lesson with a difference for learners who are new to PowerPoint or who need revision of PowerPoint at the start of a semester. A great hands-on start in this innovative 'ready to go editable PowerPoints’ about learning how to use the ribbon commands to help the learner increase skills to create effective presentations. All activities are digital for a paperfree classroom. (142 pages) Pre-Requisites: Previous MS office experience like Word skills, familiarity with text skills, good mouse skills and the ability to copy, cut and paste. A complete lesson/s to remind or teach learners about the PowerPoint Screen and using the most helpful commands in PowerPoint. No teacher prep necessary. Great for teacher directed or self-paced learning. Learner needs digital access to PowerPoint files and the internet. Other activities can be printed. A PDF slideshow that explains the what PowerPoint is how it looks PowerPoint screen how to add items to the slides ribbon features and groups dialog box launchers copying, adding and reordering slides commands shortcuts quick access toolbar show and hide ribbon or ruler status bar backstage view views in PowerPoint
The Ribbons in Microsoft Word
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The Ribbons in Microsoft Word

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An ideal starter lesson for learners who are novices with Word or need revision of Word at the start of a semester. A great hands-on-startstart in ‘ready to go Word documents’ about learning how to use the ribbon commands to help the learner increase skills to create effective documents. Pre-Requisites: Word navigation skills, good mouse skills and the ability to copy, cut and paste. A complete lesson to remind or teach learners about the Word Screen and using the most common commands on the ribbons in Word. No teacher prep necessary. Great for teacher directed or self-paced learning. Learner needs digital access to Word documents. Other activities can be printed. My students say that they learn a lot from these activities and find them very helpful to increase their Word knowledge. (95 pages) A PDF slideshow instructable which explains the start screen, Word screen, ribbons, ribbon groups, commands, shortcuts, quick access toolbar, show and hide ribbon or ruler, status bar and backstage view. Ribbon Activities are done in 3 editable Word Documents. The Ribbons Part A: The File and Home Tab Commands on the File tab – what they do, find information about the document. Home Tab – Minimize the ribbon, find shortcuts, recognize groups, apply commands to text and objects, align and space text, apply bullets and numbers, apply indents, shade and apply borders to text, sort text and numbers, apply styles to text and use the find & replace command. The Ribbons Part B: The Insert Tab – the learner completes the activities in an editable Word document They cover: Insert and format a tables, add and resize a picture, add and resize an online picture, add picture styles to photos, add and format shapes, add and format smart art, add a screenshot, find information in Wikipedia, add a footer, add and format a text box, add WordArt, add a drop cap, add the date and time and add symbols. For office 365 users: Add and format an icon, add a 3D model. From the Draw Tab – choose pens and make drawings, use the ink editor, use ink to shape and try ink replay. The Ribbons Part C: The Design, Layout, Review and View Tab They cover: Practise themes, view styles, add a watermark, change the page color, add a page border, change the margins, add columns, try text wrapping, practice forwards and backwards and grouping, try rotating, try aligning, check spelling & grammar, use the thesaurus, find synonyms, check the word count, try smart lookup, translate text, try different views and zooming. Office 365 – Read aloud and page movement Screen Label - helps learners to remember parts of the Word Screen Label the screen worksheet Word 2016 Commands Crossword - a good revision of the Word icons Using pictures of the command icons, the learner completes the crossword with the command names. Word Commands quiz - a great revision or practice activity of the ribbons, groups and icons. Solutions for all activities
An introduction to Digital Photography
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An introduction to Digital Photography

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A comprehensive introductory unit (6 – 8 weeks) to teach digital photography entry level basics. The unit is designed to create familiarity with photography terminology, understand file formats, take and edit photos for clarity and effect. Student photos are showcased in presentations. There are slideshows, student booklet, provided photos, assignment activities, a quiz and solutions. Online software that is available to everyone is used – no Photoshop, though this could be incorporated if the teacher thinks it’s helpful. No teacher prep necessary. Teacher directed is best but suitable for self-paced learning. Learner needs digital access to Word, photo and video files and the internet. Activity booklet can be printed. Pre-Requisites: Previous MS office experience and competency with Word and PowerPoint skills. Competent reading skills with ability to follow instructions is required for this unit. A digital camera to take photos or could be phone. Access to internet for research and digital access for student required files. Digital Photography Introduction Slideshow that includes Brief history of film cameras How digital cameras work Popularity of digital cameras Advantages/disadvantages of digital cameras and smart phones Camera types and capabilities Memory cards, batteries, camera uses Photography terminology Photographic tips & techniques EXIF & ITPC Video Presentation or slideshow that explains Digital images basics – pixels, measurement, viewing photo files, opening & inserting files, photo file extensions , file formats and their uses, editing photos, vector, raster, scaling, resizing, printing & compressing. Student Activity Booklet (2 versions – print and digital version) Digital cameras vs phone cameras Camera uses Camera settings eg. Flash, HDR Internet research activities Photo tools in Microsoft office – use them to upskill in image management Camera and photography terminology eg macro, aperture, ISO, white balance Photo sizes and ratio Metadata, geotagging, EXIF – search for photo attributes using EXIF info Image file formats – jpg, png, tiff etc Resizing and compressing photos Uploading photos from one device to another Editing photos with online software for improvement – using tools to edit vibrance, saturation, contrast, clone etc How to take a good photo Take many photos of various genres Image terminology – rule of thirds, depth of field, bokeh, etc Photography conditions – night, cloudy, angle etc View professional photography Edit photos with online software for creative effects – such as posterize, text, vignette, overlays, clone out unwanted objects, create transparent background, repair photos, add art effects, create animation
Shapes in Microsoft Word
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Shapes in Microsoft Word

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A complete lesson to teach learners about adding and formatting shapes for to their Word documents. No teacher prep necessary. Can be a paperless lesson. Great for self-paced or teacher directed learning. Comprehensive instructions and activities. (Resource 40 pages) **A PDF slideshow instructable ** that explains How to insert shapes Altering shapes Types of shapes Shape fills Shape outlines Shape effects Aligning and grouping shapes Editing shapes The drawing canvas Shapes Activities that cover Adding multiple types of shapes Filling and outlining shapes Creating drawings with shapes Aligning and ordering shapes Filling shapes with pictures Editing shapes The drawing canvas Solution N/A Copyright Tech 4 All. This product is to be used by the original downloader only. Copying for more than one teacher, classroom, department, school, or educational provider is prohibited. It may not be edited, sold or distributed in any form. It is for use for one teacher for one class only. Tech 4 All is an independent publisher and is neither affiliated with, nor authorized, sponsored, or approved by, Microsoft Corporation.
Table of Contents in Microsoft Word
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Table of Contents in Microsoft Word

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Use the table of Contents command to create a professional document. Also add a cover page and format your document with styles, pictures and a footer. A complete lesson with no teacher prep necessary. Can be used for a paperless classroom. The slideshow instructable can be digital or printed and the activities are in a PDF document and an editable Word document needs to be opened by the learner. Great for either teacher directed or self-paced learning for anyone who needs to develop Word skills. (34 pages) **A PDF slideshow instructable ** that explains What a Table of Contents is and what it looks like Preparation for adding a Table of Contents – using styles How to add a cover page How to insert the Table of Contents How to modify a Table of Contents How to access a table of contents More advanced options Table of Contents Activities – learner works in an editable Word document and gets activity instructions from a digital or printed task PDF document Provides practice with Prep for adding a Table of Contents – adding styles to headings and subheadings Adding a Theme to the document Adding Text Effects to the headings Adding pictures for each section Change the aspect ratio of pictures Use layout options for pictures Add a table of contents Add a cover page Add a footer **Solution provided for the activities ** Copyright Tech 4 All®. All rights reserved by author. This product is to be used by the original downloader only. Copying for more than one teacher, classroom, department, school, or educational provider is prohibited. It may not be edited, sold or distributed as paper or digital format. It is for use for one teacher for one class only. If you wish to use it again you must buy it again or purchase multiple copies. If your colleagues would like to use this resource please ask them to download their own copy. Tech 4 All® is an independent publisher and is neither affiliated with, nor authorized, sponsored, or approved by, Microsoft Corporation.
Mail Merge for Microsoft Word
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Mail Merge for Microsoft Word

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Mail Merge can help you produce multiple documents for businesses and personal use very easily – learn how this process works for letters, envelopes and labels. This resource is a detailed complete lesson or lessons with no teacher prep necessary. It can be used for a paperless classroom. The 3 slideshow instructables and the 3 activities documents which are bundled together can be digital or printed. They are ideal for either teacher directed or self-paced learning for anyone who needs to develop Word skills. (80 pages) A PDF slideshow instructable for Mail Merge – made with PowerPoint this is an instructional reference for how to work with Mail Merge that explains What mail merge is The 3 main steps How to prepare for a mail merge How to create the data source How to create the main document How to perform the merge Mail Merge Activities – learner creates letters using mail merge with clearly identified steps using an activity instructions document which can be digital or a printed task document. A PDF slideshow instructable for Envelopes – made with PowerPoint this is an instructional reference for how to work with Envelopes that explains How to address a single envelope Steps to set up the printer and print the envelope How to use mail merge to print multiple envelopes with different addresses Envelope Activities – learner creates envelopes using both the single option and mail merge with clearly identified steps using an activity instructions document which can be digital or a printed task document. A PDF slideshow instructable for Labels – made with PowerPoint this is an instructional reference for how to work with Labels that explains What labels are used for Templates for labels – how to use How to use mail merge to print multiple labels with different data Label Activities – learner creates labels using both Word templates and mail merge with clearly identified steps using an activity instructions document which can be digital or a printed task document. Copyright Tech 4 All®. All rights reserved by author. This product is to be used by the original downloader only. Tech 4 All® is an independent publisher and is neither affiliated with, nor authorized, sponsored, or approved by, Microsoft Corporation.
Make the BEST passwords ever that you can easily remember
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Make the BEST passwords ever that you can easily remember

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Clear instructions on how to make secure passwords with practice about how to check the password strength. Can be used for a paperless classroom. The slideshow instructable and the activities document can be digital or printed. Ideal for either teacher directed or self-paced learning for anyone who needs to wise up on internet safety. (10 pages) A PDF slideshow instructable – a comprehensive reference for creating charts that explains • Why you need a strong password • What is required for safety in a password? • How to check the strength of your passwords • Make a very secure password that is easy to remember • How your passwords get stolen • How to run an on-screen keyboard Copyright Tech 4 All®. All rights reserved by author. This product is to be used by the original downloader only. Copying for more than one teacher, classroom, department, school, or educational provider is prohibited. It may not be edited, sold or distributed as paper or digital format. In digital format it may only be available for your classroom – do not post digital files where there is public access. Tech 4 All® is an independent publisher and is neither affiliated with, nor authorized, sponsored, or approved by, Microsoft Corporation.
Watermarks in Microsoft Word
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Watermarks in Microsoft Word

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A complete lesson to teach learners about adding watermarks to their Word documents. Suitable for any learner who needs instruction and practice with adding Watermarks to Word documents. The lesson can be paperless or can be printed. Suitable for teacher directed or self paced learning. (Resource 10 pages) No teacher prep necessary. **A PDF instructable ** that explains What a watermark is Samples of watermarks Why they are used Different types of watermarks How to add them How to edit them How to remove them Which views allow watermarks to be seen A Watermarks Activity - learner needs to open an editable Word document that covers Adding a text watermark Re-coloring a watermark Adding a picture as a watermark Washout and full color Solution for watermark activities Tech 4 All is an independent publisher and is neither affiliated with, nor authorized, sponsored, or approved by, Microsoft Corporation. This resource may not be sold in any form.
Selecting Text in Microsoft Word
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Selecting Text in Microsoft Word

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Do you know the easiest ways to select text? This is a mini lesson with no teacher prep necessary. The slideshow instructable can be digital or printed. Great for either teacher directed or self-paced learning for anyone who needs to develop mouse skills for Word. I have found that many students although using Word regularly, are unsure of different ways to select text. (12 pages) A PDF slideshow instructable with learner activities that explains how to select a word a group of words a line of text a number of lines of text a sentence text that is not next to each other a paragraph vertical text a whole document Copyright Tech 4 All®. All rights reserved by author. This product is to be used by the original downloader only. It is for use for one teacher for one class only. Tech 4 All® is an independent publisher and is neither affiliated with, nor authorized, sponsored, or approved by, Microsoft Corporation.