Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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In the Lab
Make It Right continued
3. Modify the source of the book authored by Carolina Doe, so that the publisher city is Chicago
instead of Dallas.
4. Change the Footnote Text style to 12-point Times New Roman, double-spaced paragraphs with a
i rst-line indent.
5. Insert the following footnote with the note reference at an appropriate place in the paper, formatted
according to the MLA documentation style: Parlor states that one use of i ngerprint readers is for users
to log on to programs and Web sites via their i ngerprint instead of entering a user name and password.
6. Use the Navigation Pane to display page 3. Use Word to insert the bibliographical list
(bibliography). Convert the works cited to regular text. Change the underline format on the titles
of the works to the italic format, and insert the correct publication medium for each work.
7. Change the document properties, as specii ed by your instructor. Save the revised document with
the i le name, Make It Right 2-1 Biometrics Paper Modii ed, and then submit it in the format
specii ed by your instructor.
In the Lab
Design and/or create a document using the guidelines, concepts, and skills presented in this
chapter. Labs are listed in order of increasing difi culty.
Lab 1: Preparing a Short Research Paper
Problem: You are a college student currently enrolled in an introductory business class. Your
assignment is to prepare a short research paper (275–300 words) about video or computer games.
The requirements are that the paper be presented according to the MLA documentation style and have
three references. One of the three references must be from the Web. You prepare the paper shown in
Figure 2– 83 on pages WD 131 and WD 132, which discusses game controllers.
Instructions: Perform the following tasks:
1. Start Word. If necessary, display formatting marks on the screen.
2. Modify the Normal style to 12-point Times New Roman font.
3. Adjust line spacing to double.
4. Remove space below (after) paragraphs.
5. Update the Normal style to rel ect the adjusted line and paragraph spacing.
6. Create a header to number pages.
7. Type the name and course information at the left margin. Center and type the title.
8. Set a i rst-line indent to one-half inch for paragraphs in the body of the research paper.
9. Type the research paper as shown in Figures 2– 83a and 2– 83b. Change the bibliography style to
MLA. As you insert citations, enter their source information (shown in Figure 2– 83c). Edit the
citations so that they are displayed according to Figures 2– 83a and 2– 83b.
10. At the end of the research paper text, press the enter key and then insert a manual page break so that
the Works Cited page begins on a new page. Enter and format the works cited title (Figure 2– 83c).
Use Word to insert the bibliographical list (bibliography). Convert the bibliography i eld to text.
Change the underline format on the titles of the works to the italic format and insert the correct
publication medium for each work (shown in Figure 2– 83c).