There is lots of advice on racking to secondary. Personally the only time I think you need to rack to secondary is if you are adding flavorings. It will help clarify the beer if you do chose to move to secondary.
7 Days is definitely not long enough for a beer to ferment. I use the 21-21 rule. Ferment for 21 days, bottle, then let age for 21 days.
For bottling, a bad rule of thumb is 3/4 cup of priming sugar in 1 pint (2 cups) of water, boil for a few minutes (I do 5 minutes), let solution cool to temp of beer, pour in bottling bucket, rack beer in a circular motion.
I hope this helps.
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