Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
The purpose of the Internet Assignments is to challenge you to find information on the
Internet that you can use to work effectively with this software. The actual assignments are
updated and maintained on the Course Technology Web site. Log on to the Internet and
use your Web browser to go to the Student Online Companion for New Perspectives
Office 2003 at www.course.com/np/office2003. Click the Internet Assignments link, and
then navigate to the assignments for this tutorial.
Go to the Web to find
information you can use
to create documents.
SAM Assessment and Training
If your instructor has chosen to use the full online version of SAM 2003 Assessment and
Training, you can go beyond the “just-in-time” training provided on the CD that accompa-
nies this text. Simply log in to your SAM account ( http://sam2003.course.com) to launch
any assigned training activities or exams that relate to the skills covered in this tutorial.
Quick Check Answers
1. a. in Normal view, a dotted line with the words “Section Break” that marks the point
at which one section ends and another begins
b. the intersection of a row and a column in a table
c. information arranged in horizontal rows and vertical columns
d. text entered one time but that is printed at the top of every page
e. the location where text moves when you press the Tab key
2. Select the text whose tab alignment you want to change, click the tab alignment
selector on the far left of the horizontal ruler until the appropriate tab stop align-
ment style appears, and then click in the horizontal ruler where you want to set the
new tab stop.
3. You could divide a document into sections if you wanted to center only part of the
document between the top and bottom margins.
4. Insert a section break, move the insertion point within the section you want to align,
click File, click Page Setup, click the Layout tab, select Center in the Vertical align-
ment list box, make sure “This section” is selected in the Apply to list box, and then
5. A header appears at the top of a page, whereas a footer appears at the bottom
of a page.
6. Click View on the menu bar, click Header and Footer, verify that the insertion point is
located in the Header area, press Tab to move the insertion point to where you want
the page number to appear, and then click the Insert Page Number button on the
Header and Footer toolbar.
7. Move the insertion point to the location where you want the table to appear. Click
the Insert Table button on the Standard toolbar. In the grid, click and drag to select
three columns and two rows, and then release the mouse button.