Unformatted text preview: non-formal paper, I would say that these options are “free to be”; thus meaning that they are welcome toward being altered at the user’s discretion. If creating a formal paper, it is wise to stick to standardized fonts (e.g. Times New Roman and Arial) and a font size of 10 or 12. In order to avoid common mistakes and problems, I would give a Microsoft Word “crash course”. This would inform the user(s) in question of all the Word basics as well as their associated functions. I would also advocate the use of the Help button. This feature allows users to search the Microsoft Word database for solutions to common questions....
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- Spring '09
- Typeface, pre-designed page formats, Page Layout toolbar, physical page dimensions