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Extend Your Knowledge WD 207
4. Remove the bottom border in the letterhead. Add a new bottom border that has a color and style
different from the default Word border.
5. Add a row to the bottom of the table with a label indicating it contains totals. For each of the
columns, use the Formula button on the Layout tab to sum the contents of the column. Write
down the formula that Word uses to sum the contents of a column. Add a column to the right of
the table with a label indicating it contains totals. For each of the rows, use a formula to sum the
row. Write down the formula that Word uses to sum the contents of a row.
6. Change the table style. One at a time, select and deselect each check box in the Table Style
Options group. Write down the function of each check box: Header Row, Total Row, Banded
Rows, First Column, Last Column, and Banded Columns. Select the check boxes you prefer for
the table.
7. Change the document properties, as specifi ed by your instructor. Save the revised document using
a new fi le name and then submit it in the format specifi ed by your instructor.
8. Print a single mailing label for the letter.
9. Print a full page of mailing labels, each containing the address shown in Figure 3-87.
clip art
fl ipped
horizontally
asterisk to
be replaced
bottom border
to change from
default
Wingdings 2
font selected
table to be
modifi ed
Figure 3–87
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