EngE_1104_Summer_2006_Milestone_7_Part_1_2_of_2_Students_Copy_V1B_TW

EngE_1104_Summer_2006_Milestone_7_Part_1_2_of_2_Students_Copy_V1B_TW

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Explorations Of Our Digital Future Spring 2007 Team Milestone 7, Part 1 of 1 (Creating the Final Written Report) Written by Jeremy Garrett, Edited by Tom Walker, Copyrighted Feb. 2006 – Feb. 2007 General Directions: Now that you have completed all of the design work, including the creation of one or more product visuals, it is time to combine all of your work into a single, final written report. Begin this work by simply copying ALL of the contents of all of your previous milestones into a single MS Word document. Then add page numbers. After that, make sure that all of your original milestone headings have been removed, and then go through your document and create your own headings that are based on content and organization, rather than on the due dates. When that is completed, build a table of contents that lists all of those chapter/section headings, but do not type the page numbers into your table of contents just yet. Before doing that, add a title page before your table of contents and an executive summary after your table of contents – the instructions for this executive summary are shown below. After completing all of these steps, including the executive summary and adding the page numbers to the table of contents,
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This note was uploaded on 09/19/2011 for the course ENGE 1114 taught by Professor Twknott during the Fall '06 term at Virginia Tech.

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