Microsoft Office and Word
INTRODUCTION CREATE AND EDIT A COVER LETTER CREATE A FACT SHEET ABOUT WORD 2010 USE A FLIER TO GENERATE PUBLICITY DESIGN A REGISTRATION FORM REVIEW YOUR WORK AND SEND IT TO THE SCHOOL INSPECT YOUR COMPLETED FILES PREPARE YOUR FILES FOR SUBMISSION
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Now that you’ve learned how to use Microsoft Word, it’s time to put your skills into practice. You’ll use many of the concepts and techniques featured in your studies to complete this project, which your instructor will grade. This project involves a case study based on a fictional firm. You’ll assume the role of a director of training (Jo Bill) responsible for creating …show more content…
Jo Bill Director of Training
FIGURE 2—Cover Letter
FIGURE 3—Select how the date will appear in your document.
FIGURE 4—Select the bullet type.
When reformatted, the bulleted list in the letter should look as follows: Whether your employees are novices or seasoned professionals at word processing, the new Word 2010 offers features to improve productivity, professionalism, and performance in your organization. A few of these new features include • Microsoft Office Backstage™ view that lets you access important document tools and information all in one place • • • The ability to customize the Ribbon New artistic effects A screenshot feature you can use right within Word
For more details on the features of Word 2010, refer to the enclosed fact sheet. 7. Adjust wording. • After reviewing your on-screen document, you decide that you prefer the word “seminar” to “session” or “sessions.” Use Word’s Find/Replace feature to search for every instance of “session” or “sessions,” and replace with the word “seminar” or “seminars” (Figure 5).
FIGURE 5—Word’s Find and Replace Feature
8. Adjust the closing to leave more room for the signature. • You should have four hard returns after the word “Sincerely.” 9. Check the spelling and grammar, and make any appropriate corrections.
10. After some time has passed, proofread the entire document.