TSM115B_S2013_Exam #3(1)

TSM115B_S2013_Exam #3(1) - Solving Technology Problems TSM...

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Solving Technology Problems TSM 115B Spring 2014 Microsoft Word Exam #3 Activity #1 Scenario: One of the top-rated community colleges in the nation, North Piedmont Community College, is located in Virginia. Admission to the college is selective, based on high school GPA and/or performance on the ACT or SAT standardized exams. An acceptance letter is sent when a student is admitted to the college, congratulating him or her and encouraging attendance at an orientation session. As the executive assistant to the registrar, you assist in the preparation of such mailings, and have been asked to finalize an acceptance letter from the registrar. Specifically, you prepare two tables for inclusion in the letter. a. Open Exam3_Act1_data and save the document as Ln1_Ln2_Exam3_Act1_Piedmont. Click Show/Hide in the Paragraph group to show nonprinting characters, if necessary. Show the ruler, if it is not already displayed. b. Click before the blank paragraph mark after the paragraph that ends in www.npiedmontcc.edu/admission . Click the INSERT tab and click Table . Click Draw Table . Beginning at the blank paragraph mark, drag a box approximately 6 inches wide and 1.5 inches tall. Drag one vertical line bisecting the box at approximately the 3-inch mark on the ruler. Drag two horizontal gridlines in the box, each approximately 0.5 inches apart. The resulting table should contain two columns and three rows. c. Click the Table Select indicator at the top left corner of the table. Click Distribute Rows in the Cell Size group on the Table Tools Layout tab. Click Distribute Columns in the Cell Size group. Place the pointer just outside the left edge of the first row and click to select the first row. Click Merge Cells in the Merge group on the Table Tools Layout tab. Click in the newly merged cell and type Orientation Sessions . d. Select the first row. Click the HOME tab , and change the font size to 18 . Bold the selection. Click Center in the Paragraph group. Complete the next two rows in the table as follows: Date Location 6/3/2016 Anderson Campus e. Press Tab at the end of the second row to insert another row. Complete the table as shown in the following, pressing Tab between entries and at the end of each row (except for the last row). 6/17/2016 South Campus 6/24/2016 Main Campus 7/1/2016 Main Campus f. Select the second row. Click Center in the Paragraph group on the Home tab. Select the first row. Click the TABLE TOOLS DESIGN tab . Click the Shading arrow in the Table Styles group and select Gray 25%, Darker 50% . Select the last five rows, click the Shading arrow , and select Gray 25% . g. Click the Table Select indicator . Click Border Styles in the Borders group on the Table Tools Design tab. Select Double solid lines, 1/2 pt. (around the table). Click the Borders arrow in the Borders group and click Outside Borders . Click outside the table to deselect it. Delete the blank paragraph mark after the table.
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h. Press Ctrl+End . Press Ctrl+Enter to insert a page break. Click the Insert tab and click Table . Click Insert Table . The number of columns is 8
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