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301 - Identify the Parts of the Microsoft Word Screen

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301 - Identify the Parts of the Microsoft Word Screen

    WHAT DO YOU KNOW ABOUT FONT FORMATTING?

    Directions: Key the items below and apply the font formats directed for each. Below each item,

    describe the steps you took to apply the formats and why each format is used.

1. Key Computer Applications I in bold font.

    Italicize the word champion. 2.

    Underline words but not spaces in the phrase Pledge of Allegiance. 3.

    Apply a style other than bold to the phrase Business Reports. 4.

    Apply a subscript to the 2 in H2O. 5.

    Key the phrase FBLA Membership Roster in small capital letters. 6.

    Key Business Classes are Fun! and format the text as serif font. 7.

8. Key the following sentence and insert the é symbol where appropriate.

    I sent my résumé to the personnel department at Global Financing, Inc.

    6411 Computer Applications I Summer 2008, Version 2 Unit B Overview

Guided Practice: Paragraph Formatting Student Activity

     Period: Date: Student Name:

     GUIDED PRACTICE: PARAGRAPH FORMATTING

    In this activity, you will follow along with your teacher to format the paragraphs by completing the following tasks:

    ; Create a first line indent ; Add a footnote

    ; Change line spacing ; Cut and paste

    ; Add a border to a paragraph ; Format a paragraph heading

    ; Add bullets

    Directions:

    1. Key the paragraph below

    Voting Delegates Each active local chapter is entitled to send voting

    delegates from its active membership to the State Leadership Conference.

    The number of voting delegates you are entitled is based on the number of members in your chapter. 1.Under 50 members 2, 50 100 members 3,

    Over 100 members 4. This form must be submitted to the state office when

    sending conference registration materials. Local chapter voting delegates

    must be listed on the Voting Delegates Form.

    1North Carolina Future Business Leaders of America State Awards Program,

    2001 Edition

    2. Apply the following formats:

    a. Center and bold the title, Voting Delegates

    b. Indent Paragraph 1, which begins with Each active local chapter . . .

    c. Format the 3 items that begin with Under 50 and end with 100 members as a double-

    spaced bulleted list with the numbers right justified and a dot leader tab. See

    example below:

    Under 50 members ................................................................... 2

    d. Paragraph 2 begins with This form must be submitted . . .

    e. Add a border around the title

    f. Add the footnote

    g. Cut the first sentence in paragraph two and paste it at the end of the paragraph

    h. Select and apply a format style for the paragraph heading 3. Save and submit according to teacher instructions.

    6411 Computer Applications I Summer 2008, Version 2 Unit B Overview

Independent Practice: Paragraph Formatting Student Activity

     Period: Date: Student Name:

     INDEPENDENT PRACTICE: PARAGRAPH FORMATTING

    Directions: In this activity, you will work independently to apply formats to paragraphs and

    answer related questions.

    Part I: Key the following paragraph and apply the formats listed below.

    The purpose of Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) is to provide as an integral part of the instructional program additional opportunities for students (grades 6-12) in business education and to develop vocational and career supportive competencies and to 1 promote civic and personal responsibilities.

    1North Carolina Future Business Leaders of America State Awards Program, 2001 Edition 1. Indent the first line

    2. Double space the paragraph

    3. Add a footnote

    4. Add a border around the paragraph

    Part II: Key the following paragraph and apply the formats listed below.

    Are You Too Young to Plan Your Retirement?

    The average American is now expected to live into his or her 80s. That means that you could be living on retirement for up to a third of your life. True, your living expenses are likely to be somewhat lower in retirement than they are now, while you are working and perhaps raising a family. Think about the money it will take to live comfortably and then multiply it by 20 or even 30 years. But according to many financial experts, in order to maintain your current standard of living, you will need 60 to 80 percent of your final working income for every year of your retirement. It’s a big number and it won’t happen automatically. Don’t forget about

    inflation when planning for your retirement. The cost of a movie ticket in 2000 was $9.00. A movie ticket in 2025 is expected to cost $28.81. A car cost $16,615 in 2000. The same car will cost $53,180 in 2025. Source: NC 401(k) Plan: Helping You Bild a Better Financial Future. July 2004. Prudential Retirement.

    1. Beginning with the sentence ―The cost of a movie ticket in 2000 . . .,‖ format the

    remaining sentences as a bulleted list

    2. Select the entire paragraph (except the bulleted list) and format it as a hanging indent. 3. Cut the sentence ―Think about the money it will take to live comfortably and then multiply

    it by 20 or even 30 years‖ and paste it after the sentence ―But according to many

    financial experts, in order to maintain your current standard of living, you will need 60 to

    80 percent of your final working income for every year of your retirement.

    4. Format Are You Too Young to Plan Your Retirement?‖ as a paragraph heading.

    5. Format the source note in hanging indent style

    6411 Computer Applications I Summer 2008, Version 2 Unit B Overview

    Independent Practice: Paragraph Formatting Student Activity

     Period: Date: Student Name:

Part III: Key the answers to the following questions in complete sentences. Save and submit

    according to teacher instructions.

    1. What are two techniques used to indent a paragraph? 2. Why might paragraphs be double-spaced?

    3. What affect did the border have on the text you keyed? 4. What happened when you applied bullets?

    5. How did bullets make the list easier to read?

    6. What does a hanging indent look like?

    7. What is the purpose of a paragraph heading?

    6411 Computer Applications I Summer 2008, Version 2 Unit B Overview

Table Formatting Notes Student Activity

     Period: Date: Student Name:

     TABLE FORMATTING NOTES

    Directions: Use this document to take notes as your teacher guides you through the uses and

    formats commonly associated with tables.

    Components of a Table

Procedure

    6411 Computer Applications I Summer 2008, Version 2 Unit B Overview

Guided Practice: Table Formatting Student Activity

     Period: Date: Student Name:

    GUIDED PRACTICE: TABLE FORMATTING

    Spotlight on the Job

    Job Title Spa Manager

    A spa manager oversees the operations at a spa. They ensure that guests Job receive the level of service expected and that the spa business is run Description efficiently and profitably.

    Today’s spas range from small specialty facilities to day spas to huge luxury

    resorts. There are spas offering medical treatments requiring a doctor’s Workplace supervision, mineral springs spas, and destination spas that provide fitness

    and nutrition programs.

    At larger upscale spas, management trainees often need a bachelor’s Education degree, while smaller facilities may require an associate degree or certificate

    in hospitality management or international spa operation and management.

    According to the US Department of Labor’s Occupational Outlook Handbook,

    median annual earnings of lodging and spa managers were $42,320 in May Earnings 2006, with the highest 10 percent earning more than $82,510. Managers

    may also receive benefits and earn bonuses.

    The US Department of Labor predicts that jobs in the field will grow about as

    fast as average for other professions. In some other countries, the spa Job Outlook industry is growing at an even more rapid pace, opening up opportunities for

    employment in international spa management.

Directions:

    1. Key the title in all caps, 14 pt and bold

    2. Insert a 2 column, 6 row table

    3. Key the column headings

    4. Bold and center the column headings

    5. Key the table data

    6. Set paragraph formatting to 6 pt spacing above and below 7. Vertically center and center align the column headings

    8. Vertically center and left align the text in the table body 9. Set paragraph spacing to 6 pt before and after

    10. Apply 10% gray shading to the column headings

    6411 Computer Applications I Summer 2008, Version 2 Unit B Overview

Guided Practice: Table Formatting Teacher Key

6411 Computer Applications I Summer 2008, Version 2 Unit B Overview

    Table Formatting Rubric Student Activity

     Period: Date: Student Name:

    TABLE FORMATTING RUBRIC

    Excellent Satisfactory Poor Table Contents (10) (8) (6) Column headings are centered 5 cells 3 cells < 3 cells horizontally and vertically

    Column headings are keyed in bold font 5 cells 3 cells < 3 cells Rows are adjusted evenly 100% 80% < 80% Columns are adjusted evenly 100% 80% < 80% Cell data in rows is vertically and 100% 80% < 80% horizontally centered

    Table contains at least one merged row Yes Yes No or column

    Row headings are shaded 100% 80% < 80% Row headings are keyed in bold font 100% 80% < 80% Table contains an appropriate title Yes Yes No Spelling errors 0 2-3 > 3 Total: Multiply checked cells by point value of column

    Total Points:

6411 Computer Applications I Summer 2008, Version 2 Unit B Overview

    Independent Practice: Table Formatting Student Activity

     Period: Date: Student Name:

    INDEPENDENT PRACTICE: TABLE FORMATTING

Create a table of your favorite television shows Monday through Friday. Apply the following

    formats:

     Horizontally and vertically center the column and row headings and key them in bold font

     Adjust rows evenly

     Merge any cells that represent hour-long shows

     Divide all columns evenly

     Include at least one merged row or column

     Apply shading to the row and column headings

     Key an appropriate title for the table

     Save and print the table according to teacher directions

    6411 Computer Applications I Summer 2008, Version 2 Unit B Overview

    Guided Practice: Page Formatting Instructions Student Activity

     Period: Date: Student Name:

     GUIDED PRACTICE: PAGE FORMATTING INSTRUCTIONS

Directions: Use the Guided Practice Page Formatting Excerpt that has been sent to you

    ELECTRONICALLY by your teacher to follow along as your teacher demonstrates how to complete the tasks listed below.

    1. Adjust the side margins to 1.5‖ left and 1‖ right

    2. Format the page for landscape orientation

    3. Set a header with your name on the left, Computer Applications I in the middle, and the

    current date on the right

    4. Turn off widow orphan protection

    5. Insert a manual page break after the phrase Whereas, the average balance for college

    students with credit cards was . . . and

    6. Allow the computer to use word wrap instead of manually entering at the end of each

    line

    7. Delete the manual page break

    8. Format the entire document into two columns of equal width 9. Add a page border

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