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Toshiyas Information Technology is the No.1 Java training institute in Patna Bihar. You will get practical training on Java by our Java expert who have 7+ year industrial experience.

Toshiyas Information Technology  is providing training on various technologies. One of them is java training. Java is a programming language and it is also a platform.

Toshiyas Information Technology is a well known brand in the field of java. Almost 80% of java developer are using our website for reference. Toshiyas Information Technology is the best java training institute in patna. You can learn core java, advance java and frameworks from our training institute. We mainly focus on practical java training.

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Java is a simple, object-oriented, secured, robust, concurrent and general purpose programming language. Some other important features of java are multithreaded, dynamic, architecutre-neutral, secured, portable, interactive and high performance. Java was developed by Sun Microsystems in 1995 since then it has become very popular due to its features like platform independent and robust in It looks like unbelievable that today, around 1.2 billion desktops run java.

Tuesday, 25 April 2017 08:20

Text Boxes and WordArt

To insert a text box:

  1. Select the Insert tab, then click the Text Box command in the Text group.

     

    Screenshot of Word 2013
  2. A drop-down menu will appear. Select Draw Text Box.

     

    Screenshot of Word 2013
  3. Click, hold, and drag to create the text box.

     

    Screenshot of Word 2013
  4. The insertion point will appear inside the text box. You can now type to create text inside the text box.

     

    Screenshot of Word 2013
  5. If you want, you can select the text and then change the fontcolor, and size by using the commands on the Home tab.

     

    Screenshot of Word 2013
  6. Click anywhere outside of the text box to return to your document.

You can also select one of the built-in text boxes that have predefined colors, fonts, positions, and sizes. If you choose this option, the text box will appear automatically, so you will not need to draw it.

Screenshot of Word 2013

To move a text box:

  1. Click the text box you want to move.
  2. Hover the mouse over one of the edges of the text box. The mouse will change into a cross with arrows Cross icon.
  3. Click, hold, and drag the text box to the desired location.

     

    Screenshot of Word 2013

To resize a text box:

  1. Click the text box you want to resize.
  2. Click, hold, and drag any of the sizing handles on the corners or sides of the text box until it is the desired size.
    Screenshot of Word 2013

 

 

Modifying text boxes

Word offers many options for changing the way text boxes appear in your document. You can change the shapestyle, and color of text boxes. Additionally, when you want to add a little more dimension you can add a shadow effect.

To change the text box shape:

Changing the shape of a text box can be a useful option for creating an interesting look in your document.

  1. Select the text box you want to change. The Format tab will appear.
  2. From the Format tab, click the Edit Shape command.

     

    Screenshot of Word 2013
  3. Hover the mouse over Change Shape, then select the desired shape from the menu that appears.

     

    Screenshot of Word 2013
  4. The text box will appear formatted as the shape.

     

    Screenshot of Word 2013

To change the fill color:

  1. Select the text box you want to change.
  2. On the Format tab, click the Shape Fill drop-down arrow. The Shape Fill menu will appear.
  3. Select the color you want to use. To view more color options, select More Fill Colors.

     

    Screenshot of Word 2013
  4. The text box will appear in the selected fill color.

If you want to use a different type of fill, select Gradient or Texture from the drop-down menu. You can also select No Fill to make it transparent.

To change the shape outline:

  1. Select the text box you want to change.
  2. On the Format tab, click the Shape Outline drop-down arrow. The Shape Outline menu appears.
  3. Select the color you want to use. If you want to make the outline transparent, select No Outline.

     

    Screenshot of Word 2013
  4. The text box will appear in the selected outline color.

From the drop-down menu, you can change the outline colorweight (thickness), and whether or not it is a dashed line.

To change the shape style:

Choosing a shape style allows you to apply preset colors and effects to quickly change the appearance of your text box.

  1. Select the text box you want to change.
  2. On the Format tab, click the More drop-down arrow in the Shape Styles group.

     

    Screenshot of Word 2013
  3. A drop-down menu of styles will appear. Select the style you want to use.

     

    Screenshot of Word 2013
  4. The text box will appear in the selected style.

     

    Screenshot of Word 2013

To change shadow effects:

Adding a shadow to a shape can make it appear as though it is floating above the page, and it can help to add contrast between the shape and the background.

  1. Select the text box you want to change.
  2. On the Format tab, click the Shape Effects drop-down arrow. In the menu that appears, select the shadow you want to use.

     

    Screenshot of Word 2013
  3. The shape will appear with the selected shadow.

     

    Screenshot of Word 2013

To adjust the shadow color, size, distance, and more, select Shadow Options from the drop-down menu. The Format Shape pane will appear.

Screenshot of Word 2013

 

 

3D effects

There are two kinds of effects you can apply to text boxes to give them a 3D appearance: 3-D Rotation and Bevel3-D Rotation makes text boxes appear as if you are viewing the text box from a different angle. Bevel adds thickness and a rounded edge to text boxes.

To use 3-D Rotation:

  1. Select the text box you want to change.
  2. On the Format tab, click the Shape Effects drop-down arrow. In the menu that appears, select the desired 3-D Rotation effect.

     

    Screenshot of Word 2013
  3. The text box will appear in the selected 3-D Rotation effect.

If you want, you can customize the 3-D Rotation. Select 3-D Rotation Options... from the drop-down menu and the Format Shape pane will appear. From here, you can adjust the rotation values.

Screenshot of Word 2013

To use Bevel:

  1. Select the text box you want to change.
  2. On the Format tab, click the Shape Effects drop-down arrow. In the menu that appears, select the desired bevel preset.

     

    Screenshot of Word 2013
  3. The text box will appear in the selected bevel effect.

     

    Screenshot of Word 2013

If you've changed the shape of your text box, it's important to note bevel doesn't work with every type of shape.

If you want, you can customize the bevel effect. Select 3-D Options... from the drop-down menu. The Format Shape pane will appear. From here, you can modify the width, height, and depth of a bevel.

Screenshot of Word 2013

 

 

Creating WordArt

In addition to adding effects to a text box, you can add effects to the text inside the text box, which is known as WordArt. For the most part, the types of effects you can add are the same as the ones you can add to shapes or text boxes (shadow, bevel, etc.). However, you can also Transform the text to give it a wavy, slanted, or inflated look.

Generally, you shouldn't use WordArt in more formal documents like resumes and cover letters because it may appear too casual.

To apply a quick style to text:

quick style will automatically apply several effects to your text at once. You can then refine the look of your text by adding or modifying text effects.

  1. Select the text box, or select some text inside of the text box.

     

    Screenshot of Word 2013
  2. On the Format tab, click the Quick Styles command in the WordArt Styles group. A drop-down menu of text styles will appear. Select the style you want to use.

     

    Screenshot of Word 2013
  3. The text will appear in the selected style. If you want, you can change the font or font color from the Home tab.

To convert regular text into WordArt:

For text to be formatted as WordArt, it must be inside a text box. However, there is a shortcut that allows you to convert text into WordArt even if it's not in a text box.

  1. Select the text you want to convert, then click the Insert tab.

     

    Screenshot of Word 2013
  2. Click the WordArt drop-down arrow in the Text group. A drop-down menu of WordArt styles will appear. Select the style you want to use.

     

    Screenshot of Word 2013
  3. Word will automatically create a text box for the text, and the text will appear in the selected style. If you want, you can change the font or font color from the Home tab.
    Screenshot of Word 2013

Some effects, such as shadows, can be added from the Text Effects menu in the Home tab. When you add effects in this way, it will not place the text in a text box.

Screenshot of Word 2013

To transform text:

  1. Select the text box, or select some text inside of the text box.

     

    Screenshot of Word 2013
  2. On the Format tab, click the Text Effects drop-down arrow in the WordArt Styles group.

     

    Screenshot of Word 2013
  3. A drop-down menu of effects will appear. Hover the mouse over Transform and select a transform effect from the menu that appears.

     

    Screenshot of Word 2013
  4. The text will transform into the selected style.

     

    Screenshot of Word 2013

If desired, you can add additional effects such as shadow, bevel, and more to the transformed 

Tuesday, 25 April 2017 08:05

Add A Watermark To Word 2013

A watermark in Word 2013 can be a piece of text or an image. The watermark appears behind the main body of the document’s text so as not to obscure it. You might already have seen the ubiquitous “draft” or “confidential” watermarks that run diagonally across a document and identify the document’s status:

confidential

You can see watermarks in Print Layout view and Full Screen Reading view as well as in the printed document.

Let’s insert a text watermark into our Word document.

Go to the Design tab and click on Watermark (in the Page Background group on the right of the ribbon).

Watermark Command

You should see several readymade watermarks in the gallery: you can apply one to the document by clicking on its image. Surprisingly, there is no live preview here, so you really will have to click to apply and then undo to try another.

Watermark Gallery

If none of the pre-built watermarks suffice, then you can always search Office.com for more. Alternatively, you can add your own watermark using the Printed Watermark window. Click on Custom Watermark to get this window to appear.

Custom Watermark

The Printed Watermark window allows us to:

  • remove a watermark
  • add an image for a watermark
  • add a text watermark

Adding A Text Watermark

Let’s keep it simple for now and add a text watermark. Firstly, select Text watermark, and then select the language. Whichever language you choose, you will see a few commonly used phrases in the dropdown selector for Text. You can either choose something from this selector or just type your text in directly. You will probably want to keep everything else as the default, but you can actually change these details too:

  • font
  • size
  • colour
  • layout – whether the text appears diagonally or horizontally
  • transparency

Once you’ve made your choices, click on Apply to see the finished article and then click OK.

Adding An Image For A Watermark

Adding an image for a watermark is just as simple. Select Picture watermark in the watermark window and then use the Select Picture button to choose an image on our computer’s hard drive, a Clip Art image, or an image from Bing Image Search. Click Apply and then click OK.
I know what you’re wondering. “Does the watermark get applied to the current section, or the whole document?” The watermark gets applied to the whole document.

To remove a watermark, click on the Watermark command again and select Remove Watermark.

 

Creating and Maintaining a Company

Creating a company in Tally.ERP 9 is a simple, one-time activity. The company data created can be modified, exported, and other company data can be imported into your company at any given point of time.

To create a company in Tally.ERP 9

1.    Go to Gateway of Tally > Alt+F3 > Create Company.

     Directory: modify the data path, if required.

2.    Enter the following details pertaining to your company:

o     Primary Mailing and Contact Details

o     Books and Financial Year Details

o     Security Control

o     Base Currency Information

3.    Press Enter to create the company.

The Gateway of Tally screen appears as shown below:

To maintain company data using Tally.Server 9

1.    Click S: Server Data Loc.

Note: If the administrator has enabled security access, users need to provide authorised Tally.NET user ID and password to access the server list.

2.    Select the required location from the List of Tally.Server Data Locations.

3.    Press Enter to continue with company creation.

Click here to know about connectivity and compatibility in Tally.Server 9 environment.

Altering a Company

To alter details of an existing company

1.    Go to Gateway of Tally >click F3: Cmp Info. > Alter.

2.    Press Enter.

3.    Select the company from the List of Companies.

4.    Press Enter to view the Company Alteration screen.

5.    Make necessary changes in the required fields.

6.    Press Enter to save.

Deleting a Company

To delete a company

1.    Select the company to be deleted.

2.    Go to Gateway of Tally > F3: Cmp Info.

3.    Select Alter.

4.    Press Enter.

5.    Select the company to be deleted.

6.    Press Alt+D to delete. A confirmation message appears as shown below:

7.    Press Enter to delete the company.

Note: Deletion of a company is irreversible. The company is permanently deleted from the system.

Shutting a Company

To shut a company

1.    Go to Gateway of Tally > F1: Shut Company.

2.    Select company from the List of Primary Companies.

3.    Press Enter to shut the company.

How to Create A Cover Page in Microsoft Word 2013

Cover pages make great additions to written documents such as work reports, essays, evaluations or resumes. Including a cover page with your document can give it a more official and professional appearance, letting people know before delving into the document, what exactly they will be reading.

Inserting a cover page into an already written Word document is incredibly easy when using MS Word 2013. Let’s take a look at how you can do it yourself.

To insert your new cover page, click on the INSERT tab and then select Cover Page.

insert cover page

You will now see a dropdown menu that gives you a huge variety of templates to choose from when deciding what you want your cover page to look like. There truly are many templates to choose from, whether you are looking for something simple or something flashy with a lot of graphics.

You can also click on the “More Cover Pages from Office.com” link to check out the online gallery for more template options.

templates cover page word

If you right-click on the template before selecting it, you will see that it gives you options for placing your cover page. Of course, most people will want the cover page at the beginning of the document, which is where it will be placed automatically once you choose your template. However, if you need to put it somewhere else within the document, you can do that as well with the right-click option.

insert at beginning cover page word

Once you’ve chosen your cover page, you can click on the text blocks and images to start editing the page.

If you want to remove the cover page and start fresh, click on INSERT > Cover Page and then at the bottom of the list, click on “Remove Current Cover Page.”

remove current cover page word

If you want to create a cover page template of your own, you can do that as well. You can pick an already existing template and then edit it. Once you are happy with it, you can then make it into a template that you can reuse in the future.

Once you are happy with how your cover page looks, click on INSERT > Cover Page. You will see an option at the bottom of the list that says “Save Selection to Cover Page Gallery. Click on that link.

save selection to cover page gallery

Now fill in the information that will enable you to recognize and choose this template the next time you want to use it. Give it a name, description and fill in some other details before clicking OK.

create new building block

Clipboard - Use Cut, Copy, Paste and Format Painter

After selecting text or an object, you can execute different operations, such as move, copy, delete, etc. You can complete these commands using the command order, shortcut key, or mouse.

Use Cut

To cut text, or an object, follow these simple procedures:

(1) Open the Clipboard in the Home tab and click Cut.

(2) Press <Ctrl+X>.

(3) Click the right mouse button and select Cut on the opened context menu.

Use Copy

(1) Open the Clipboard in the Home tab and click Copy.

(2) Press <Ctrl+C>.

(3) Click the right mouse button and select Copy on the opened context menu.

Use Paste

To paste a selection of text or an object:

(1) Open the Clipboard in the Home tab, and click Paste. This is shown as follows:

paste options

The paste options

(2) Kingsoft Writer offers four paste formats:

  • Formatted text: paste contents using "the source text format"
  • Match the current format: paste contents using "the text format of the current cursor position"
  • Plain text: paste contents using "plain text format"
  • Special paste: you can select the paste format based on your requirements, for example, clear format, object conversion, etc.

(3) Press <Ctrl+V>.

(4) Right-click and select Paste on the opened context menu.

You also can set a default paste format based on your preferences. To do this;

(1) Open the Paste drop-down menu and choose Set Default Paste.

(2) Select Edit in the opened Options dialog box, and find Default Paste Format drop-down menu. You can then choose one of the Formatted TextMatch the Current Format or Plain text options.

Use Format Painter

In order to use format paint simply:

(1) Place the cursor on the text or object that you want to copy the format of.

(2) Open the Clipboard in the Home tab and click Format Painterformat painter.

(3) The cursor will change into the format painter shapeformat painter brush.

(4) Move the cursor to the text or paragraph that you wish to change the format of, and select it.

Tip: If need to use format painter continuously, you can double click the Format Painter button format painter.

Wednesday, 12 April 2017 04:17

Ms Word 2013 Find,Replace,Go To

Find and Replace

When you're working with longer documents, it can be difficult and time consuming to locate a specific word or phrase. Word can automatically search your document using the Find feature, and it allows you to quickly change words or phrases using Replace.

To find text:

In our example, we've written an academic paper and will use the Find command to locate all references to a particular author's last name.

  1. From the Home tab, click the Find command.

     

    Screenshot of Word 2013
  2. The navigation pane will appear on the left side of the screen.
  3. Type the text you want to find in the field at the top of the navigation pane. In our example, we'll type the author's last name.

     

    Screenshot of Word 2013
  4. If the text is found in the document, it will be highlighted in yellow, and a preview of the results will appear in the navigation pane.
  5. If the text appears more than once, choose a review option to review each instance. When an instance of the text is selected, it will highlight in gray:
    • Arrows: Use the arrows  to move through the results one at a time.
    • Results previews: Select a result preview to jump directly to the location of a specific result in your document.

       

      Screenshot of Word 2013
  6. When you are finished, click the X to close the navigation pane. The highlighting will disappear.

     

    Screenshot of Word 2013

You can also access the Find command by pressing Ctrl+F on your keyboard.

For more search options, click the drop-down arrow next to the search field.

Screenshot of Word 2013

To replace text:

At times, you may discover that you've made a mistake repeatedly throughout your document—such as misspelling a person's name—or that you need to exchange a particular word or phrase for another. You can use Word's Find and Replace feature to quickly make revisions. In our example, we'll use Find and Replace to change the title of a magazine so it is abbreviated.

  1. From the Home tab, click the Replace command.

     

    Screenshot of Word 2013
  2. The Find and Replace dialog box will appear.
  3. Type the text you want to find in the Find what: field.
  4. Type the text you want to replace it with in the Replace with: field. Then click Find Next.

     

    Screenshot of Word 2013
  5. Word will find the first instance of the text and highlight it in gray.
  6. Review the text to make sure you want to replace it. In our example, the text is part of the title of the paper and does not need to be replaced. We'll click Find Next again.

     

    Screenshot of Word 2013
  7. Word will jump to the next instance of the text. If you want to replace it, select one of the replace options:
    • Replace will replace individual instances of text. In our example, we'll choose this option.
    • Replace All will replace every instance of the text throughout the document.

       

      Screenshot of Word 2013
  8. The selected text will be replaced.

     

    Screenshot of Word 2013
  9. When you're done, click X to close the dialog box.

You can also access the Find and Replace command by pressing Ctrl+H on your keyboard.

For more search options, click More in the Find and Replace dialog box. From here, you can select additional search options, such as matching case and ignoring punctuation.

Screenshot of Word 2013
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