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Exp22 Word Ch01 Cumulative Kite
Word Chapter 1 Cumulative – Kite
As an engineering student, you and a few friends are considering forming a club to compete in various kite-flying competitions. You are using Word to prepare a short summary in the form of an informative flyer for distribution campus-wide, encouraging student interest. In the process, you will apply various formatting and readability features, and will ensure an error-free and informative document.
Start Word. Download and open the file named Exp22_Word_Ch01_Cumulative_Kite.docx. Grader has automatically added your last name to the beginning of the filename.
Display nonprinting characters. Insert text from Info.docx in the blank paragraph at the top of the last column on the page. Remove the two blank paragraphs after the inserted text in the last column on page 1.
By viewing a document as multiple pages, you will often identify problems with layout or placement of objects. When working on a page in Print Layout view, you are less likely to consider its placement within the document as a whole, so it may be beneficial to view a lengthy document in the multiple page arrangement occasionally.
View the document in Multiple Pages. Apply Title style to the heading Kite High Fliers. Modify the Title style to center alignment and bold. Return to 100% view.
Insert a hard return after the title, Kite High Fliers, and type Join Us! (Include the exclamation point.) Select Join Us! and change the font size of the subtitle to 20.
Create a new style using text in the first body paragraph (beginning with Go fly a kite!), calling the new style Body Paragraph. The style should be available in the current document only. Apply the Body Paragraph style to all other body paragraphs in the document. Do not apply the style to the heading lines. Do not apply the style to the last two lines in the document giving contact information.
Insert a blank paragraph before the second to last line in the document, containing the word Contact.
Select all body paragraphs (including the last two lines of contact information) that follow the two heading lines and change the number of columns to 2. Ensure that a line displays between the columns.
Change the document theme to Slice and change the theme colors to Red. If the theme is not available, use the theme file that is included in the downloaded files for this project.
An informal document like a flyer often includes a page border for a bit of color and style.
Add a Box page border, selecting the third line style (dashed). The color is Orange, Accent 2 (row 1, column 6), and the line weight is 1 pt. Apply the page border to the whole document.
Replace all occurrences of Kite High Fliers with High Fliers. Three replacements should be made.
Identify a synonym for the word controller in the first body paragraph. Ensure that you are replacing controller, not controllers. The synonym you select should begin with the letter m. Replace the word in that paragraph.
Check the word count. If the number of words is greater than 700, remove the entire third body paragraph (beginning with The High Fliers). However, make that change only if the word count exceeds 700
Select the Proofing group in Word Options and select Show readability statistics. Check the document for spelling and grammatical errors. Hadzicki is not misspelled, so ignore that error. Ignore all grammatical and conciseness errors, with the exception of replacing the word that where it may be flagged. All hyphenated words are correct, so ignore any related errors. Note the number of sentences (not the average) for use in the next item.
Modify document properties to include Mason Gibbons as the author, replacing any existing author. Click in or select the Comments box and type the number of sentences you noted in Step 15. You should type only the number, no words.
Save and close Exp22_Word_Ch01_Cumulative_Kite.docx. Exit Word. Submit the file as directed.
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