Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Session 2.2
3. Proofread for other errors, such as words that are spelled correctly but used incorrectly.
4. In the second to last sentence, replace “the BRT Advertising Office” with your name.
5. Change the right margin to 1.5 inches and the left margin to 2 inches.
6. Format the entire document in 12-point Times New Roman font.
7. Format the four paragraphs below “Did you know?” as a bulleted list.
8. Drag the third bullet (which begins “You can include . . . ”) up to make it the first bul-
let in the bulleted list.
9. Format the first line of the document using a font, font size, and alignment of your
choice. Use bold or italic for emphasis.
10. Format the entire document using 1.5 line spacing.
11. Save your work, preview the document, and then switch back to Normal view to
make any changes you think necessary.
12. Print the document and then return to the Print Preview window. Open the Page
Setup dialog box and switch to Landscape orientation. (Don’t change any margin set-
tings.) Observe the change in the Print Preview window.
13. Save the document as Tribune Brochure Landscape in the Tutorial.02\Cases folder
and print it.
14. Switch to Print Layout view, and add a comment to the first line ( Blue Ridge Tribune ) ask-
ing Noah if he would like you to leave a printed copy of the brochure in his mailbox.
15. As Noah reviews the brochure, he wonders if the word “Web” should actually be
capitalized. Use the Research task pane to look up “Web” in the Encarta Dictionary.
In the first definition, you can see that “Web” is short for “World Wide Web.” You will
use this information to explain to Noah that indeed Web should be capitalized. Close
the Research task pane.
16. Close the Reviewing toolbar, save, and then close the document.
Case Problem 2
Data File needed for this Case Problem: Moths.doc
Hamilton Polytechnic Institute Finn Hansen is an associate researcher in the Department
of Entomology at Hamilton Polytechnic Institute. He is working on a nationwide program
that aims to slow the spread of a devastating forest pest, the gypsy moth. He has created a
one-page document that will be used as part of a campaign to inform the public about
current efforts to manage gypsy moths in North America. Format the document by com-
pleting the following steps.
Use your skills to
format the summary
document shown in
Figure 2-35.
1. Open the file Moths located in the Tutorial.02\Cases folder included with your Data
Files, and then check your screen to make sure your settings match those in the tutorials.
2. Save the file as Gypsy Moth Management in the same folder.
3. Format the document as shown in Figure 2-35.
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