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Session 3.2
Case Problem 4
There are no Data Files needed for this Case Problem.
Hammond Astronomical Society Sarah Vernon coordinates star-gazing tours for the
Hammond Astronomical Society. To ensure that participants can see as well as possible in
the night sky, they are asked to follow a set of rules that astronomers refer to as a dark sky
protocol. You can use Word table features to create an instruction sheet describing the
club’s dark sky protocol. Figure 3-36 shows Sarah’s sketch. Complete the following steps.
Use your table skills
to create the instruction
sheet shown in
Figure 3-36.
Figure 3-36
Hammond Astronomical
Personal Items
Turn off flashlights.
Turn off all interior lights before
Shield computers with red foil.
Turn off headlights.
Shield all lights for charts and
confine them to the target area.
Park so backup lights are not
required upon exit.
Rationale: Most people need 30 minutes to achieve optimum night vision.
Accidental exposure to light from cars, computers or flashlights means
the period of dark adaptation must begin again. Some individuals can
tolerate small amounts of red light without significant vision degradation,
as long as the light source is dim and does not shine into the eyes. For
more information, see Sarah Vernon.
1. Open a new, blank document, and save it as Dark Sky Protocol in the Tutorial.03\Cases
folder included with your Data Files.
2. If necessary, switch to Print Layout view, display rulers, and then open the Tables and
Borders toolbar.
3. Click the Draw Table button on the Tables and Borders toolbar, if necessary, to select
the button and change the pointer to the Draw Table pointer.
4. Select a single-line line style, with a line weight of 1 1 2 points.
5. Change the Zoom setting to 60%. In the upper-left corner of the document (near the
paragraph mark), click and then drag down and to the right to draw a rectangle about
6 inches wide and 5 inches high.
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