Type the following - exactly as it appears EXCEPT for red text - and follow all directions. Do NOT include text that is red.
|Set the right margin to 2 inches and the
left margin to 1.45 inches. Set the top and bottom margins to 3/4 of an
inch and the header/footer to 0. Insert a header that says "Mr. Stutz Rocks"
in 18 point Comic Sans, aligned right.
You can change the case (capitalization) of a paragraph by using the Case Conversion option. Highlight the previous sentence Choose Format, Change Case, and select UPPERCASE to switch to all capital letters.
It is also possible to shade text. If I want a sentence or paragraph to be noticed or reviewed carefully by a reader, I can print shading behind it. I do this by highlighting the text I want shaded and choosing Format, then Borders and Shading from my toolbar/menu. Within the Shading tab I can decide how dark I want the shading to be by setting a percentage under Patterns and Style. 10% to 20% is usually sufficient and will usually still be readable if copied (Xeroxed).
Shade the first two sentences of the above paragraph.When you need to indent a paragraph and have the words wrap around to the indent location you should use the indent button rather than the tab key. The indent button is particularly useful for numbered items. It can also be used within research papers or essays about literature to cite a long passage or quotation. The decrease indent button removes the indent.
Highlight the above paragraph and indent it either by clicking on the Increase Indent button, or by going to Format, Paragraph, and setting the Indent measurement at .5" Then double space and type the following paragraph.Word also provides a standard style for numbered and bulleted lists. This function automatically inserts numbers (in order) or bullets for you as you insert hard returns by hitting enter. I can start a numbered list format either by hitting the Numbered List button or by accessing the function through Format, Bullets and Numbering, Numbered.
Hit enter to try one of these two options and type the following in a numbered list:
Choose a bulleted list format and type the following lines.
Finally, insert a 4 column, 9 row table
with your schedule in it. Pick a table formatting from the Table, Table
Auto Format menu
Now select the entire document, change it to Arial 12 point font, run a spell check, and you're done.