Topics: Computer, Personal computer, Word processor Pages: 4 (1267 words) Published: February 25, 2012
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Here I’ am going to show the main features of each of these software’s Hardware
- Processor | A word processor is computer software used to compose, format, edit and print documents. Word processing is one of the earliest applications for office productivity and the personal computer. Although early word processors used tag-based markup for document formatting, most modern word processors take advantage of a graphical user interface to provide WYSIWYG editing, possibly as a front-end to a tag-based system. However for specialised text processing applications systems like TeX and derivatives are used. The 'word processing' typically refers to text manipulation functions such as automatic generation of * batch mailing using a form letter template and an address database (aka mail merging), * index of keywords and their page numbers, * table of contents with section titles and their page numbers, * table of figures with caption titles and their page numbers, * 'see also' cross referencing with page numbers. Processor allows you to Insert text: A text anywhere from a document.Delete text: Allows you to erase, words, lines, or pages.Cut and paste: Allows you to remove a section of text from one place in a document and insert it somewhere else.Copy: Allows you to duplicate a section of text.Page size and margins: Allows you to define various page sizes and margins, and the word processor will automatically readjust the text so that it fits.Search and replace: Allows you to direct the word processor to search for a particular word or phrase. Word wrap: The word processor automatically moves to the next line when you have filled one line with text, and it will readjust text if you change the margins.Print: Allows you to send a document to a printer to get hardcopy.File management: Many word processors contain file management capabilities that allow you to create, delete, move, and search for files.Font...
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