Case Study Part 1 MS Word
Case Study – Using MS Office 2010 / 2013 / 365
Please use the document “READ FIRST - Case Study Instructions – Director’s Requirements” for each of the parts described below.
Part 1: Specifications Table (MS Word)
For the case study provided to you, create MS Word tables that identify and contain the hardware and software requirements to meet the director's requirements. The MS Word document in its final form will include 6 MS Word tables. It will conclude with a two-paragraph narrative summary that classifies the user type and identifies the PC category that will be recommended. The specific instructions are found in the table at the end of …show more content…
Open and save an MS Word document with the following name:
“Student’s Last Name Specs”
Example: Smith Specs
Set normal text to Arial, 12 point.
Create a Title Page which shows title, your first and last name, course and due date.
This is the font in normal paragraphs. Heading and title fonts may be a larger size.
The title must be
Specification for the Director by your name the course due date.
Center the title on the page
Use a footer to create page numbers for all pages except the title page.
Place the page numbers on the right side of the footer.
Take a look at the Sample Tables for ideas on how to best lay out your tables.
Table #1 - Create a table that identifies the manufacturer, type (desktop, laptop, tablet) and model of computer being recommended for purchase. If you are recommending a computer that is being built from components rather than purchased as a unit, indicate that in the type column. The table must be labeled “Recommended Computer.”
Remember that the requirement is to identify and configure only a single computer.
Table #2 - Create a table that shows all of the required hardware components. The table must be labeled “Hardware Components.” User requirements are posted in the case study.
Remember to include any items that might be integrated with the system you have chosen.The table should have all the necessary columns,