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WD 210 Word Chapter 3 Creating a Cover Letter and a Resume
In the Lab continued
Perform the following tasks:
1. Create the letterhead shown at the top of Figure 3–89 on the previous page. Remove the hyperlink
format from the e-mail address. Save the letterhead with the fi le name, Lab 3-1 Owens Letterhead.
2. Create the letter shown in Figure 3–89. Set a tab stop at the 3.5" mark on the ruler for the date
line, complimentary close, and signature block. Insert the current date. After entering the inside
address, create a building block for Pinehurst Athletic Center and insert the building block
whenever you have to enter the company name. Insert nonbreaking space characters in the
newspaper name. Insert and center the table. Format the table using the Medium Grid 3 - Accent
1 table style. Select only the First Column check box in the Table Style Options group. Adjust the
column widths so that they are as wide as the contents of the cells. Bullet the list as you type it.
3. Check the spelling of the letter. Change the document properties, as specifi ed by your instructor.
Save the letter with Lab 3-1 Owens Cover Letter as the fi le name.
4. View and print the cover letter from within print preview.
5. Address and print an envelope and a mailing label using the inside and return addresses in the
cover letter.
In the Lab
Lab 2: Creating a Resume from a Template
Problem: You are a nursing student at Ferrell College. As graduation is approaching quickly, you
prepare the resume shown in Figure 3–90 using one of Word’s resume templates.
Perform the following tasks:
1. Use the Equity Resume template to create a resume.
2. Personalize the resume as shown in Figure 3–90. Use your own name and address information
when you personalize the resume. If necessary, drag the blue-dotted column border to the right
of the name to the right, to make room for a name with a larger font size. Insert the Experience
Subsection building block, so that you can enter the second job. Indent the text in the Experience
section as shown. Enter line break characters between the job responsibility lines. Adjust line
spacing in the Experience section, so that it matches Figure 3–90. Change the title, Skills, to the
word, Activities.
3. Change the theme fonts to Aspect.
4. Check the spelling of the resume. Change the document properties, as specifi ed by your instructor.
Save the resume with Lab 3-2 Marsh Resume as the fi le name.
5. View and print the resume from within print preview.
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