Common Features and Commands
* Lesson 2 - COMMON FEATURES AND COMMANDS LESSON
INTRODUCTION AND OBJECTIVES  Common Features and
[Common Features and Commands]
Suppose you want to create different types of documents to present
different categories of information. You can use different types of
productivity programs to store and present information. Most productivity
programs provide features to perform some common tasks. For example, in
most productivity programs, you can open and close a file, print a file,
and insert, move, modify, and delete text and objects. To help you perform
these common tasks, most productivity programs include some common features
and commands and have a similar interface. The Microsoft Office Fluent user
interface in Microsoft Office programs has several common features, such as
_Ribbon_ and _Quick Access Toolbar_. These features make it easy for you to
work in a new program because you can apply what you learn about one
program to another program.
In this lesson, you will learn about the common features and commands of
various types of productivity programs. You will also learn about the main
components of the user interface, keyboard shortcuts, and various key
After completing this lesson, you will be able to:
Identify the main components of the graphical user interface (GUI) of a
Use the pointer to navigate in a program.
Identify the tabs, groups, and commands on the Ribbon.
Use the buttons on the toolbars to perform various tasks.
Type text and characters in a program by using the keyboard.
Explain the use of keyboard shortcuts and key combinations.
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