Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Session 4.2
Internet Assignments
Research
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
Assess
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
Session 4.1
Review
1. List any four of the following: The document uses multiple fonts; the document incor-
porates graphics; the document uses typographic symbols; the document uses
columns and other special formatting features; the printing is of high-quality.
2. True
3. a. using a desktop computer system to produce commercial-quality printed material;
with desktop publishing, you can enter and edit text, create graphics, lay out
pages, and print documents
b. a Word feature that allows you to insert specially formatted text into a document.
c. unformatted text
d. a symbol that appears in the left margin, which shows a WordArt object’s position
in relation to the text
4. False
5. To change the text of a WordArt object, click the object to select it, click the Edit Text
button on the WordArt toolbar, edit the text in the Edit WordArt Text dialog box, and
then click OK.
6. The WordArt Shape button allows you to change the basic shape of a WordArt object.
7. False
Session 4.2
1. a. a large, uppercase letter that highlights the beginning of the text of a newsletter,
chapter, or some other document section
b. resizing an image to fit a document better
c. premade artwork that you can insert into your document
d. a document (such as a letter) that contains standard text and placeholders (called
merge fields) that tell Word where to insert variable information (such as a name or
an address)
e. a document that contains information, such as clients’ names and addresses,
which will be inserted into the main document
 
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