Week 1 - DQ 2 - non-formal paper, I would say that these...

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When creating a word document, it is exceptionally wise to determine the format of that which you are typing. From the writing of a proper essay to the formation of a standard resume, the paper arrangement will most certainly change. Thankfully, there are a variety of ways to make work easier in Word. The ability to pre- format and stylize a document comes to mind. First and foremost, I would recommend checking out the Page Layout toolbar. Under this option there exist a wide variety of pre-designed page formats. One can also alter margin size, page orientation, column layouts, and physical page dimensions from here. If interested in modifying page and border color(s), these options are also available under this category. Most individuals have a personal preference for text size and font selection. If writing a
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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 users 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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This note was uploaded on 10/17/2010 for the course IT 205 IT 205 taught by Professor Taylor during the Spring '09 term at University of Phoenix.

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