Meaning and Examples of Word Processors

Length: 10 minutesAuthor: kingsley

<p class="has-luminous-vivid-amber-background-color has-background"><strong>INTRODUCTION</strong></p> Of all the computer applications, Word Processing is the most commonly used applications. To perform word processing, you need a computer and a program called a Word Processor. In most offices today, word processors have virtually replaced typewriters as a means of producing documents. <p class="has-vivid-red-color has-text-color"><strong>MEANING OF WORD PROCESSING</strong></p> Word processing is the process of creating or editing a document using a word processor, such as Microsoft Word, Google Docs etc. It is the writing, editing, formatting and production of documents such as books, letters, reports, etc. through the use of a computer program called word processor or word processing software. Word processor or word processing software is a computer program that can: <div class="sign-up-notice-after-excerpt-two" style="background-color:powderblue;"> You are viewing an excerpt of this lesson. Subscribing to the subject will give you access to the following: <ul> <li>The complete lesson note and evaluation questions for this topic</li> <li>The complete lessons for the subject and class (First Term, Second Term & Third Term)</li> <li>Media-rich, interactive and gamified content</li> <li>End-of-lesson objective questions with detailed explanations to force mastery of content</li> <li>Simulated termly preparatory exams</li> <li>Discussion boards on all lessons and subjects</li> <li>Guaranteed learning</li> <li>Win great prizes for topping the <a href="">Primacy Ebooks</a></li> </ul> </div> <div class="sensei-message info"></div>

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