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Instructions: Perform the actions indicated on each line.

Use No Spacing Style

Word Exercise 1– Text Formatting


This line is in Bold text.
Print this line in Italic text.
Print this line as underline text.
Print this line in Bold and Italic Text.
Print this line as double underlined text.
Print this line with double strikethrough effect.
Print the underlined portions of the following text as superscript: Use -log x or e-32B
Print the numbers 2 and 4 as subscript text: I said H2O not H2SO4!
Change the font size of this line of text to 13.
Change the font size of this line to text 22.
Change the font size of this line to 14
Change the font face of this line to Book Antiqua.
Change the font face of this line to Comic Sans MS.
Change the font face of this line to
Courier New and change the font face to 18.
Change the font color of this line to red.
Color me blue.

Prepared by:

TYPE YOUR NAME


YOUR SECTION

* Save your activity inside your folder with a file name: Activity1_Family Name
Word Exercise 2 – Text Alignment

Instruction: Perform the action indicated in each line.

Word Exercise 2 – Text Alignment

Use Center Justification in this line


Use Left Justification in this line
Use Right Justification in this line

Write something here which will demonstrate full justification. On the Insert tab, the galleries
include items that are designed to coordinate with the overall look of your document. You can
use these galleries to insert tables, headers, footers, lists, cover pages, and other document
building blocks. When you create pictures, charts, or diagrams, they also coordinate with your
current document look.

Use Center Justification in this line

Use Left Justification in this line


Use Right Justification in this line

Write something here which will demonstrate full justification. On the Insert tab, the galleries
include items that are designed to coordinate with the overall look of your document. You can
use these galleries to insert tables, headers, footers, lists, cover pages, and other document
building blocks. When you create pictures, charts, or diagrams, they also coordinate with your
current document look.

*Save your document as Activity2_Family Name in your own folder


Word Exercise 3 – Writing a Letter

Instruction: Type the following. Save your document as Activity3_Family Name

506 Country Lane


North Baysville, CA 53286
July 16, 2018

Dear Susan,

It feels like such a long time since the last time I saw you. I know it's only been several
weeks since I saw you. So far my summer has been great!

I spend my all my weekends at the beach. I am getting a nice tan and you can no longer
say I am paler than you. I have been playing lots of volleyball, surfing and building a nice
collection of sea shells. Just this past weekend I took second place in a sandcastle building
contest!

On the weekdays I work. I drive an ice cream truck around and sell ice cream to the
kids. It is so cool. It is a combination of the two things I love most, ice cream and kids. The
pay isn't too great but I love the job so much.

I hope the summer's been going well for you too. There's only a month and a half left in
summer vacation and after that it's back to school. Would you like to meet up some time
before school starts?

Your friend,

(type your name here)


Word Exercise 4 – Working with Bullet and Numberings

Instruction: Type the following and follow the format. Save your document as MSWordExercise4.
1. Getting Familiar with Microsoft Word
 The Microsoft Word title bar
 The Microsoft Word ribbon
 The Microsoft Word tabs
 The Ruler
 Text Area
2. Things you need to know about Microsoft Word
o Click
a. Left Click
b. Right Click
o Options
o Highlighting Text
o Placing the Cursor
o Shortcut Notations
3. Microsoft Word Basic Features
 The Delete Key
 Inserting Text
 Overtype
 Bold, Underline, and Italize
 Saving a File
4. More Microsoft Word Features
 Open File
a) File
b) Open
 Cut and Paste
c) Cut
d) Paste
 Copy and Paste
i. Copy
ii. Paste
 Spell Check
 Find and Replace
5. Working with Paragraphs
Line Spacing
Indention
Alignment

*Save your document as Activity4_Family Name


Word Exercise 5: Working with TABLES
Instruction: Insert a table with 6 rows 7 columns like the table below.

201 JULY 201


8 8
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
8 9 10 11 12 13 14
15 16 17 18 19 20 21
22 23 24 25 26 27 28
29 30 31
*Save your document as Activity5_Family Name

Word Exercise 5: Working with TABLES


Instruction: Insert a table with 6 rows 7 columns like the table below.

201 JULY 201


8 8
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
8 9 10 11 12 13 14
15 16 17 18 19 20 21
22 23 24 25 26 27 28
29 30 31
*Save your document as Activity5_Family Name
Word Exercise 6: Working with Columns
Instruction: Type the following and follow the format. Save your document as Activity6_Family
Name

Personal Computer (PC), computer in the form of a desktop or laptop device designed for use by
a single person. PCs function using a display monitor and a keyboard. Since their introduction in
the 1980s, PCs have become powerful and extremely versatile tools that have revolutionized how
people work, learn, communicate, and find entertainment. Many households in the United States
now have PCs, thanks to affordable prices and software that has made PCs easy to use without
special computer expertise. Personal computers are also a crucial component of information
technology (IT) and play a key role in modern economies worldwide.

The usefulness and capabilities of personal Personal computers are sometimes called
computers can be greatly enhanced by microcomputers or micros. Powerful PCs
connection to the Internet and World Wide designed for professional or technical use
Web, as well as to smaller networks that link are known as work stations. Other names
to local computers or databases. Personal that reflect different roles for PCs include
computers can also be used to access content home computers and small-business
stored on compact discs (CDs) or digital computers. The PC is generally larger and
versatile discs (DVDs), and to transfer files more powerful than handheld computers,
to personal media devices and video players. including personal digital assistants (PDAs)
and gaming devices.

USES FOR PERSONAL COMPUTERS

The wide variety of tasks that PCs can perform in conjunction with the PC’s role as a portal to
the Internet and World Wide Web have had profound effects on how people conduct their lives
and work, and pursue education

In the home, PCs can help with balancing the family checkbook, keeping track of finances and
investments, and filing taxes, as well as preserving family documents for easy access or indexing
recipes. PCs are also a recreational device for playing computer games, watching videos with
webcasting, downloading music, saving photographs, or cataloging records and books. Together
with the Internet, PCs are a link to social contacts through electronic mail (e-mail), text-
messaging, personal Web pages, blogs, and chat groups. PCs can also allow quick and
convenient access to news and sports information on the World Wide Web, as well as consumer
information. Shopping from home over the Internet with a PC generates billions of dollars in the
economy.

PCs can greatly improve productivity in the connections to the Internet allow people to
workplace, allowing people to collaborate work in virtually any environment when
on tasks from different locations and easily away from the office. PCs can help people
share documents and information. Many to be self-employed. Special software can
people with a PC at home are able to make running a small business from home
telecommute, working from home over the much easier. PCs can also assist artists,
Internet. Laptop PCs with wireless writers, and musicians with their creative
work, or allow anyone to make their own by transferring medical records into
musical mixes at home. Medical care has electronic form that can be accessed through
been improved and costs have been reduced PC terminals.