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1. Prepare a paper, which should be no more than two pages in length, which describes 3 features presented in unit 1’s reading and how you can apply those features to your daily life. Submit to the dropbox when finished.2. What are the five document views in Microsoft Word and what scenarios would be appropriate to use each view?3. Using Microsoft Word or Word Online, complete Project 1-1 and submit to the dropbox.4. Download the Sign.docx file from the Course Materials. Using Microsoft Word or Word Online, complete Project 2-1 starting at step #4. Skip steps #12 – 14, 22 – 23, & 25. Submit to the dropbox when finished.5. Download the Letter.docx file from the Course Materials. Using Microsoft Word or Word Online, complete Project 3-1 skipping steps #12 & 14. Submit to the dropbox when finished.6. a. Open Wireless.docx from the Course Materials.b. Save the document as “WiFi at Coffee Shop”c. Select the first four paragraphs and change the font to Verdana, Bold, 48 pt.d. Change the color for each of the four headings as follows: i. SIP, Dark Blue, Text 2 ii. Surf, Aqua, Accent 5, Darker 50% iii. Work, Dark Blue, Text 2, Darker 25% iv. WIFI is here, Bluee. Select the paragraph beginning with “The Grand Street Coffee Shop…” and change the font to Verdana, 20pt.f. Select “Grand Street Coffee Shop” in the same paragraph, set as Bold, and change the color to Dark Blue, Text 2.g. Select the next paragraph and change the font to Verdana, 14pt.h. Select the last paragraph and change the font to Verdana, 16pt and Bold.i. Save and Submit to the dropbox when finished.7. Using Microsoft Word or Word Online, create a flyer advertising a computer for rent. In the flyer, include at least 1 picture of the computer. Using various formatting options in Word, make the flyer attractive, with information about the computer and how to contact you. Submit to the dropbox when finished.8. What is the purpose of tab stops in Microsoft Word and what are 3 examples of when you could use tab stops?9. Identify 3 different types of tab stops and describe their characteristics.All Answers must have correct APA format and correct APA in text citations. I have uploaded everything needed to answer all questions.
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An APA Template for Bethel University Students
Student’s Name
Bethel University
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Abstract
An abstract is a 150-200 word paragraph describing the major outcomes, results, or findings of
the essay. An abstract is not an introduction and is not a conclusion. An abstract may not be
necessary for every paper. Students should check with their Facilitator regarding the need for an
abstract.
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An APA Template for Bethel University Students
An introduction paragraph is the starting point of any paper. The introduction should
introduce the reader to the topics, outline the major points of the essay, and should conclude with
a strong thesis statement.
Level 1 Heading
The level 1 header names the first major topic discussed in the essay. The student
changes the words “Level 1 Heading” to some descriptive term corresponding to the topic
discussed. Level 2 and level 3 headers are only used when major subtopics are categorized under
the major topic. If you change to a new major topic, a new level 1 header is needed.
Level 2 Heading
Level 2 headers are used to identify major subtopics under the major topic listed as the
level 1 header. Level 2 headers are often unnecessary in short essays, less than 4 pages, but
sometimes useful in longer papers.
Level 3 Heading. All three headers in this template are formatted and placed in the
correct location for you! Level 3 headers are quite rare in short papers and rare in papers less
than seven pages in length.
Conclusion
Every essay should end with a concluding paragraph. In the conclusion, you restate the
major points and topics covered in the essay. You would sum up the paper by showing how these
major points and topics support the original thesis. Do not introduce new information in the
conclusion.
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References
Barker, K. L. (Ed.). (2011). Education and Pedagogy. Grand Rapids, MI: Wiley.
Graham, G. (2005). Behaviorism. In E. N. Zalta (Ed.), The Stanford encyclopedia of philosophy
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Understanding Word
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LESSON SKILL MATRIX
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Tech Terrace Real Estate works with clients to buy, sell, and rent homes
in a neighborhood that borders a local university. The company’s agents
regularly create letters, sales data, and other real estate information to
be mailed to current and prospective clients. Microsoft Word 2013 is the
perfect tool for this task and much more. In this lesson, you learn how
to navigate the new Word 2013 interface and use basic Word features
to create and manage documents such as those used by Tech Terrace
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throughout this lesson as well as the rest of this book.
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STARTING WORD 2013
The Bottom Line
Microsoft Word is a word processing tool for creating different types of documents that are used
in the work and school environment. The appearance of Microsoft Word 2013 is similar to Word
icon, a custom2010 but with more enhanced features. It contains a new look for the Word
ized Office Background that appears above the Ribbon, live access to your SkyDrive account, an
option to work in Read Mode, tab text that appears blue when active, the status bar displays in a
blue background, and many more exciting new features. When you first launch Word, it opens
with the Recent screen displayed. This screen allows you to create a new document from either a
blank document or from a template. And when you exit a document and later return, Word 2013
resumes where you left off.
Starting Word
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a professional-looking document. If you use the Word Web App, you will not be able to complete
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Microsoft has made it easier for you to continue working on your documents at any computer and
reminds you where you left off.
To begin using Word 2013, locate the Word icon and click the left mouse button or, if you are
using a touch-screen monitor, tap the icon.
If your school is operating on Windows 7, launch Word 2013 by double-clicking the Word program icon on your desktop or by choosing Microsoft Word 2013 from the Start menu.
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When Word is launched, the program opens with the new Word 2013 screen (see Figure 1-3).
On the left side of the screen under Recent, you see a list of documents that have been accessed
recently. The right window pane displays a blank document page and several templates to create
customized documents. To create a blank document, click the Blank document page and Word
will open.
The blinking insertion point in the upper-left corner of this document is where you begin creating your text. When you place your cursor near it, the insertion point changes to a large “I,” which
is called the I-beam.
Take Note
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small letters on the Ribbon. Access keys are also known as KeyTips.
Using the Ribbon
In Word 2013, the Ribbon contains multiple commands separated by tabs. Microsoft has represented each of its Office application with a color. Word is symbolized with the color blue and active
tab text is blue—this is one of the new features in Word 2013. In turn, each tab contains several
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groups, or collections of related Word commands. For example, in the Home tab, the grouping
levels consist of Clipboard, Font, Paragraph, Styles, and Editing. Each group contains one or more
command boxes that have a drop-down menu, or list of options, associated with them; you click
the drop-down arrow to produce this menu. Some groups have a dialog box launcher —a small
arrow in the lower-right corner of the group—that you click to launch a dialog box that displays
additional options or information you can use to execute a command.
In this exercise, you learn to use the Ribbon by making tabs active, hiding and displaying command groups, and using the dialog box launcher and drop-down arrows.
In the Office 2013 programs, the Ribbon is contextual, which means it displays commands related
to the type of document or object that you …
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