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  • 1. PRESS RELEASE Illustrated Microsoft Office 365 and Word 2016 Introductory 1st Edition Duffy SOLUTIONS MANUAL Full download: https://testbanklive.com/download/illustrated-microsoft-office-365-and-word- 2016-introductory-1st-edition-duffy-solutions-manual/ Illustrated Microsoft Office 365 and Word 2016 Introductory 1st Edition Duffy TEST BANK Full download: http://testbanklive.com/download/illustrated-microsoft-office-365-and-word- 2016-introductory-1st-edition-duffy-test-bank/ FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE September 7, 2017 Contact: Your Name 910-555-2938 MATOS 2017 Manchester Artists Open Their Studios to the Public MANCHESTER, NH -- The fall 2017 Open Studios season kicks off with Manchester Art/Tech Open Studios (MATOS) on Saturday and Sunday, October 13 and 14, from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. More than 60 Manchester artists will open their studios and homes to the public for this annual event, now in its twelfth year.
  • 2. PRESS RELEASE Manchester is a historic and diverse city, long home to a flourishing community of artists. Quiet residential streets lined with charming Victorians edge a vibrant commercial and industrial zone, all peppered with the studios of printmakers, sculptors, painters, glass and jewelry makers, illustrators, potters, photographers, watercolorists, and other artists working in a wide range of digital mediums. Internationally celebrated sculptor Mara Currier will display her new work in the rotunda of City Library. New MATOS group shows will open at the Art 5 Gallery and at the Fisher Café, both on Hanover Street. Studio location maps will be available prior to the opening at businesses and public libraries, and on the days of the event in Victory Park. Victory Park is located at the junction of Amherst Street and Chestnut Street in downtown Manchester.
  • 3. PRESS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE September 7, 2017 Contact: Your Name 910-555-2938 MATOS 2017 Manchester Artists Open Their Studios to the Public MANCHESTER, NH -- The fall 2017 Open Studios season kicks off with Manchester Art/Tech Open Studios (MATOS) on Saturday and Sunday, October 13 and 14, from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. More than 60 Manchester artists will open their studios and homes to the public for this annual event, now in its twelfth year. Manchester is a historic and diverse city, long home to a flourishing community of artists. Quiet residential streets lined with charming Victorians edge a vibrant commercial and industrial zone, all peppered with the studios of printmakers, sculptors, painters, glass and jewelry makers, illustrators, potters, photographers, watercolorists, and other artists working in a wide range of digital mediums. Internationally celebrated sculptor Mara Currier will display her new work in the rotunda of City Library. New MATOS group shows will open at the Art 5 Gallery and at the Fisher Café, both on Hanover Street. Studio location maps will be available prior to the opening at businesses and public libraries, and on the days of the event in Victory Park. Victory Park is located at the junction of Amherst Street and Chestnut Street in downtown Manchester.
  • 4. Your Name Today’s Date 1. Search the World Wide Web for online guides to English language grammar, style, and usage. Below, list the names of at least two websites you find, and format the names as hyperlinks to the websites. English Grammar One Look Dictionary 2. Search the Office Add-ins store to find add-ins that might be useful to you in your work. Insert a screenshot of an add-in webpage below.
  • 5. Your Name 973 Aspen Street, Apt. 2, Detroit, MI 48207 Tel: 313-555-8383; E-mail: yourname@aol.com September 8, 2017 Ms. Selena Torres Director of Recruiting ThinkPoint Technologies 700 Woodward Ave. Detroit, MI 48226 Dear Ms. Torres: I am writing to apply for the administrative assistant position (B16F5) at ThinkPoint Technologies’ Detroit office that was advertised in The Detroit News. My administrative office experience, combined with my coursework in business, management, and computer science make me an ideal candidate for the position. As you can see from the enclosed resume, my background includes strong computer skills. I have worked extensively with Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, Excel, and OneNote, and with several e-mail programs. In my current position at Blodget Enterprises, I am responsible for organizing meetings, trade shows, and conferences, as well as for producing newsletters and slide presentations. Additionally, I do minor bookkeeping and track the budget for office supplies. My references will vouch for my excellent communication, organizational, and interpersonal skills. I would appreciate the opportunity to meet with you to discuss the position, my skills, and my experience. You can reach me by telephone at (630) 555-8383 or by e-mail at yourname@aol.com. Sincerely, Your Name Enc.
  • 6. Your Name 863 East 18th Street, Apt. 4, New York, NY 20211; Tel: 212-555-9384 1/12/2017 Embassy of the Republic of Korea 2320 Massachusetts Avenue NW Washington, DC 20008 Dear Sir or Madam: I am applying for a long-stay tourist visa to South Korea, valid for four years. I am scheduled to depart for Seoul on March 9, 2017, returning to Chicago on September 22, 2017. During my stay in South Korea, I will be interviewing musicians and recording footage for a film I am making on contemporary Korean music. I would like a multiple entry visa valid for four years so I can return to South Korea after this trip to follow up on my initial research. I will be based in Seoul, but I will be traveling frequently to record performances and to meet with musicians and producers. Included with this letter are my completed visa application form, my passport, a passport photo, a copy of my return air ticket, and the visa fee. Please contact me if you need further information. Sincerely, Your Name Enc: 5
  • 7. Continuing Education Memo Date: 10/7/2017 To: Business Instructors From: Your Name RE: Course schedule for spring 2018 semester We are in the process of finalizingthe business course schedule for the spring 2018 continuing education courses. Registration begins December 1 and ends on the first day of the spring semester, January 20. The final class schedule will be printed and posted to our website at the end of next week. The following courses are scheduled to meet twice a week for twelve weeks: Accounting for Small Business Business Leadership Financial Accounting Human Resources and Work Readiness Human Resources Management International Marketing Introduction to International Business Introduction to Microsoft Access Marketing Fundamentals Microsoft Excel for Business Microsoft PowerPoint Basics Microsoft Word for Business Professional Leadership Development In addition, we will offer the following one-day seminars: Business Ethics Creating an Ergonomic Workspace Demystifying Computers Green Business Practices How to Buy a Computer Make your Own Webpage Professional Image Building Public Speaking If youare planning to teach a business course that is not on these lists, please contact me immediately. Iwill be working in the continuing education office (28 Butler Hall) from 12:30 to 4:30 every daythis week. You can also leave a voice mailfor me on extension 7736 or e-mail me.
  • 8. The Adelaide Opera House 32 King William Street, Adelaide SA 5001, Australia March 12, 2017 Ms. Georgina Fuller 12-34 Wattle Street Adelaide SA 5006 Dear Ms. Fuller: When the Adelaide community sought to recapture the splendor and promise of the Adelaide Opera House, its many supporters helped to realize the successes we now celebrate. The Adelaide Opera House serves as a reminder of the vital role the arts have played in the lives of Australians. Since its revitalization, the programs offered by the performance venue have benefited individuals and families throughout the region and beyond. The Adelaide Opera House is a nonprofit organization and is dependent upon its supporters to continue to fulfill its mission. Ticket sales cover only a portion of our operating expenses. We count on contributions to continue to provide the high quality and wide range of programs we present each season. This year we are grateful to be able to celebrate many notable accomplishments. Thousands of Australians participated in a season that included operas, musicals, symphony orchestras, jazz ensembles, popular and traditional music, dance, family and children’s events, and some of the finest independent films available. School children from the Adelaide region attended special school performances at the theatre. In addition, significant capital improvements helped make the theatre more comfortable. As a result, the Arts Council selected the Adelaide Opera House as a site for its Film Preservation Tour, a series of screenings of restored classic films. Please help us continue to bring the magic of the performing and visual arts to the Adelaide region. Every contribution – large or small – supports our programs. At this time we ask you to be as generous as you can. Sincerely, Your Name Executive Director
  • 9. Reason2Go Press Release 520 Westwood Blvd ● Los Angeles, CA 90024 ● Tel: 213-555-1223 ● Fax: 213-555-0937 ● www.r2g.com For Immediate Release September 19, 2017 Contact: Your Name 213-555-1223 Pedro Soares to Speak in R2G’s San Diego Lecture Series LOS ANGELES – The inaugural event in Reason2Go’s new San Diego Lecture Series will feature acclaimed Canadian environmental journalist Pedro Soares, author of more than fifteen books and numerous essays. Soares will present slides and speak about his recent experience exploring the headwaters of the Amazon River in Peru. The event will be held October 12 at 12:30 p.m. in the historic Globe Theatre on F Street in San Diego’s Gaslamp Quarter. San Diego Union-Tribune travel editor Maya Starr will introduce the speaker. This is the first event in a monthly luncheon series that will feature a presentation by a prominent international expert. Each presentation will showcase a different corner of the world, giving viewers a glimpse into the heart of R2G project locales. Our speaker list for the 2017 San Diego Lecture season includes Alaskan guide Michael Coonan, African wildlife biologist Marcia Stone, travel film producer Hillary Bellman, Himalayan geologist Russell Newby, environmental economist Jessica Chi, documentary filmmaker Marta Santiago, and wind farm specialist Lee Duong. A detailed schedule is available on the R2G website at www.r2g.com. Tickets are $12 for non-members. A one-year membership to the series is $85 for an individual or $120 for two people residing at the same address. Tickets can be purchased at R2G or online at www.r2g.com/events.html. Ticket prices include lunch. # # # # #
  • 10. Reason2Go Press Release 520 Westwood Blvd ● Los Angeles, CA 90024 ● Tel: 213-555-1223 ● Fax: 213-555-0937 ● www.r2g.com For Immediate Release September 19, 2017 Contact: Mary Watson 213-555-1223 Pedro Soares to Speak in R2G’s San Diego Lecture Series LOS ANGELES – The inaugural event in Reason2Go’s new San Diego Lecture Series will feature acclaimed Canadian environmental journalist Pedro Soares, author of more than fifteen books and numerous essays. Soares will present slides and speak about his recent experience exploring the headwaters of the Amazon River in Peru. The event will be held October 12 at 12:30 p.m. in the historic Globe Theatre on F Street in San Diego’s Gaslamp Quarter. San Diego Union-Tribune travel editor Maya Starr will introduce the speaker. This is the first event in a monthly luncheon series that will feature a presentation by a prominent international expert. Each presentation will showcase a different corner of the world, giving viewers a glimpse into the heart of R2G project locales. Our speaker list for the 2017 San Diego Lecture season includes Alaskan guide Michael Coonan, African wildlife biologist Marcia Stone, travel film producer Hillary Bellman, Himalayan geologist Russell Newby, environmental economist Jessica Chi, documentary filmmaker Marta Santiago, and wind farm specialist Lee Duong. A detailed schedule is available on the R2G website at www.r2g.com. Tickets are $12 for non-members. A one-year membership to the series is $85 for an individual or $120 for two people residing at the same address. Tickets can be purchased at R2G or online at www.r2g.com/events.html. Ticket prices include lunch. # # # # #
  • 11. Microsoft Office Word 2016 – Illustrated Complete Solutions to Word 2016 Module 2 EOU Exercises Word-1 Module 2 Editing Documents Table of Contents MMoodduullee 22:: EEddiittiinngg DDooccuummeennttss 2 Concepts Review 2 Skills Review 2 Independent Challenge 1 3 Independent Challenge 2 4 Independent Challenge 3 5 Independent Challenge 4: Explore Error! Bookmark not defined. Visual Workshop 7
  • 12. Microsoft Office Word 2016 – Illustrated Complete Solutions to Word 2016 Module 2 EOU Exercises Word-2 Screen Labeling Matching Items Multiple Choice 1. Paste button 6. b 15. d 2. Copy button 7. a 16. a 3.Show/Hide ¶ button 8. e 17. d 4. Paragraph mark; non-printing character 9. h 18. c 5. Paste Options button 10. d 19. b 11. f 20. c 12. i 13. c 14. g Module 2: Editing Documents CCoonncceeppttss RReevviieeww SSkkiillllss RReevviieeww In lessons 1-5, students edit a press release. Print the WD 2- MATOS 2017 PR.docx file to see the solution. Student solutions should match. Look for student sentences to be in the same order as those in the solution file, for all spelling and grammar errors to be corrected, for the second paragraph to include a synonym for “thriving,” and for “Street” to be spelled out throughout the document. In lessons 6-7, students prepare a copy of the press release for electronic distribution to the public. Examine the WD 2- MATOS 2017 PR Public.docx file in Word to see the solution. Also, Figure 2-17 on page Word 44 shows the completed document. Student solutions will include hyperlinks to their email address and to www.nea.gov, and all document property information will be removed from the file. Filenames: WD 2- MATOS 2017 PR.docx and WD 2- MATOS 2017 PR Public.docx
  • 13. Microsoft Office Word 2016 – Illustrated Complete Solutions to Word 2016 Module 2 EOU Exercises Word-3 IInnddeeppeennddeenntt CChhaalllleennggee 11 This exercise requires students to edit a letter and to edit the document properties. Print the WD 2- Fundraising Letter.docx file to see the solution. Student solutions should match. Look for students’ return address and inside address to be the same as those in the solution letter, for paragraphs to be in the same order as those in the solution letter, and for all spelling and grammar errors to be corrected. Also, check the document properties in student files. Look for the title “Adelaide,” the keyword “fund-raising,” and a custom property named “Project” with value “Letter for the capital campaign.” Estimated completion time: 15 minutes Filenames: WD 2-Fundraising Letter.docx
  • 14. Microsoft Office Word 2016 – Illustrated Complete Solutions to Word 2016 Module 2 EOU Exercises Word-4 IInnddeeppeennddeenntt CChhaalllleennggee 22 This exercise requires students to write a cover letter to apply for one of the jobs listed in the ad shown in Figure 2-19 on page Word 46. Student letters will vary, but should match the format and be similar in content to the following sample solution letter. Look for the letter to be addressed properly, for the letter to reference the position code, for the student to describe his/her qualifications, for an enclosure line to be included, and for the letter to be free of spelling and grammar errors. Print the WD 2- ThinkPoint Cover Letter.docx file to better see the sample solution. Estimated completion time: 25 minutes Filename: WD 2-ThinkPoint Cover Letter.docx
  • 15. Microsoft Office Word 2016 – Illustrated Complete Solutions to Word 2016 Module 2 EOU Exercises Word-5 IInnddeeppeennddeenntt CChhaalllleennggee 33 This exercise requires students to use the cut and paste commands to reorganize the text in a memo, to add hyperlinks to the memo, to strip the file of document property information, and to use the Split command to split the document window, and then to move a sentence from one pane to another. Print the WD 2-Business Courses Memo.docx to see the solution. Student solutions should match. Look for student sentences to be in the same order as the solution file, for the list of courses to be in alphabetical order, for the memo to include two hyperlinks, and for all spelling and grammar errors to be corrected. Estimated completion time: 15 minutes Filename: WD 2-Business Courses Memo.docx
  • 16. Microsoft Office Word 2016 – Illustrated Complete Solutions to Word 2016 Module 2 EOU Exercises Word-6 IInnddeeppeennddeenntt CChhaalllleennggee 44:: EExxpplloorree This exercise requires students to familiarize themselves with reference sources on the World Wide Web, including Office Add-ins, to format hyperlinks to Web reference sources, and to insert a screenshot of a Word 2016 Add-in webpage in the document. Students type their answers in the WD 2- References.docx file. Sample answers follow. Estimated completion time: 20 minutes Filename: WD 2-References.docx
  • 17. Microsoft Office Word 2016 – Illustrated Complete Solutions to Word 2016 Module 2 EOU Exercises Word-7 VViissuuaall WWoorrkksshhoopp Student letters should be identical to the letter shown in Figure 2-20 on page Word 48 of the text. Print the WD 2-Visa Letter.docx file to see the solution. Student solutions should match. Filename: WD 2-Visa Letter.docx
  • 18. Page 1 of 9Word 2016 Instructor’s Manual Word 2016 Module 2: Editing Documents A Guide to this Instructor’s Manual: We have designed this Instructor’s Manual to supplement and enhance your teaching experience through classroom activities and a cohesive module summary. This document is organized chronologically, using the same heading in blue that you see in the textbook. Under each heading you will find (in order): Lecture Notes that summarize the section, Teacher Tips, Classroom Activities, and Lab Activities. Pay special attention to teaching tips, and activities geared towards quizzing your students, enhancing their critical thinking skills, and encouraging experimentation within the software. In addition to this Instructor’s Manual, our Instructor’s Resources Site also contains PowerPoint Presentations, Test Banks, and other supplements to aid in your teaching experience. Table of Contents Module Objectives 1 Word 26: Cut and Paste Text 2 Word 28: Copy and Paste Text 4 Word 30: Use the Office Clipboard 6 Word 32: Find and Replace Text 8 Word 34: Check Spelling and Grammar 10 Word 36: Research Information 12 Word 38: Add Hyperlinks 14 Word 40: Work with Document Properties 16 End of Module Material 18 Module Objectives After completing this module, you will be able to: Cut and paste text Copy and paste text Use the Office Clipboard Find and replace text Check spelling and grammar Research information Add hyperlinks Work with document properties Word 26: Cut and Paste Text LEARNING OUTCOMES • Open a document and save it with a new filename • Edit text using formatting marks • Cut and paste text © 2017 Cengage Learning. All rights reserved. May not be copied, scanned, or duplicated, in whole or in part, except for use as permitted in a license distributed with a certain product or service or otherwise on a password-protected website for classroom use.
  • 19. Page 2 of 9Word 2016 Instructor’s Manual © 2017 Cengage Learning. All rights reserved. May not be copied, scanned, or duplicated, in whole or in part, except for use as permitted in a license distributed with a certain product or service or otherwise on a password-protected website for classroom use. LECTURE NOTES • Refer to FIGURE 2-1 to illust
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