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CS200 Assignment 1 – Setup, Tables and Word Processing Due Monday May 7th 2018, 11:59 pm Readings and Resources On Learn: Course Information / Course Outline CS200 Course Resources / Course Environment CS200 Course Resources / iMac Quickstart for Experienced Windows Users Texts: The Mac is Not a Typewriter, by Robin Williams The Non-Designers Design Book 4th Ed., by Robin Williams, especially Chapter 11, “The Categories of Type” Other Resources: MS Word’s online documentation. Select Word Help from the Help menu and search for ”Tables”. Documents you prepare for assignments in this course should follow the guidelines outlined by Williams’ books. The material from these books will appear on examinations. Before Attending Lab Go to to change your student.cs password. You’ll need to access this site from your laptop, phone, or other device to change your password, because you won’t be able to log into the lab machines without changing your password. You can use the password generator Excel1 file on Learn / Week 1 to do so, or just create your own. If you have trouble with any of this, the ISAs will help you in lab. It will be helpful to obtain a copy of the required texts (see above) before coming to lab. The Non-Designer’s Design Book is required to answer question 4, and The Mac is not a Typewriter is required to help you create visually effective documents, which will you will need to do for each assignment. Files WP_Starter.docx: This document will be used for question 2 of this assignment. You will demonstrate your understanding of the basic word processing concepts from class. Assignment Objectives • To become familiar with the Mac labs and the CS200 course environment (course web site, Learn, Discussion Board, Twitter). • To get settled into MS Word. • To begin learning application features by using on-line help and exploring the interface and menus of an application. • To start thinking about the importance of how documents look and how to make your printed documents visually effective.
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