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WD2016-SkillReview-1-1-instructions.pdf - A Skills Approach...

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t] Alternate A Skills Approach: Word 2016 Chapter 1: Getting Started with Word 2016 Skill Review 1.1 Step 1 Download start file In this project you will be editing the text of a brochure for Suarez Marketing. First, you will reset the magnification of the document. You will then enter, select, and delete text. You will fix spelling and grammar errors in the document. You will edit the document using the Find and Replace commands as well as the Cut and Paste commands. Finally, you will review the document statistics using the Word Count dialog. Skills needed to complete this project: Zooming a Document Entering and Deleting Text Selecting Text Checking Spelling and Grammar as You Type Checking Spelling and Grammar Finding Text Replacing Text Using Cut and Paste Using Word Count This image appears when a project instruction has changed to accommodate an update to Microsoft Office 365. If the instruction does not match your version of Office, try using the alternate instruction instead. 1. Open the start file WD2016-SkillReview-1-1 document. The file will be renamed automatically to include your name. Change the project file name if directed to do so by your instructor, and save it.
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