### Programs: Microsoft Word - Chapter 3: Additional Practice

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List of Exercises and Quizzes:
Exercise 1: Creating a Compound Document - Part I

Exercise 1: Creating a Compound Document - Part I

Objective: You will create a compound document by using the Insert Symbol Command, and the ClipArt gallery, and will also format a picture.

1.  First Open Microsoft Word.  If you forgot how to do that, click on Start button located at the bottom left corner of your screen, Go to Programs, then locate Microsoft Word.

2.  In a blank document, type your name on top right hand corner of your paper.

3.  In the body of your document type the mathematical expression 3 × 4 ≠ 13 and center it on the page.  When typing this mathematical expression use the Insert Symbol Command, to find the symbols that are in expression.  This expression means that 3 multiplied by four does not equal 13.  You must click on Insert on the menu bar followed by symbol, to access the Insert Symbol Command. Then you must pick the symbol you desire, in this case the symbol is the not equal sign ≠.

4.  After you have typed the mathematical expression, below it, in your own words briefly describe why the expression is true.

5.  In the center of your explanation as to why the mathematical explanation is true, insert a picture from ClipArt that has to do with mathematics.  Use the Insert Picture Command to access ClipArt.  If you forgot how to use the Insert Picture Command, you simply click on Insert on the menu bar, then click on Picture, and finally Click on ClipArt.

6.  Now you will format the picture that you have inserted into your document using ClipArt.  You will do this by, right-clicking on the picture with your mouse, then selecting Format Picture.  Then when the dialog box appears you should on the Layout tab, and select "tight" for your Wrapping Style and select "center" for your Horizontal Alignment.

7.  Your final product should look somewhat like this:

Now that you have learned to make a compound document using ClipArt and the Insert Symbol command, and also how to format a picture, you will able to make your future documents quite interesting.

Exercise 2: Creating a Compound Document - Part II

Objective: For you to learn how to use and become more familiar with WordArt and the Drawing Toolbar.

Exercise 3: Creating a Web Page from a Word Document

Objective: You will create a word document, save as web page, and view through web browser.

Exercise 4: Creating Footnotes in a Word Document

 Objective: For you to learn how to cite a source probably by using Footnotes and Endnotes. Follow Instructions: 1. Copy and Paste the following sentence into a blank Microsoft word document          "The University of Maryland, College Park, is a public research university, the flagship campus of the University System of Maryland, and the original 1862 land-grant institution in Maryland."                                                                  (note: this is what you should have so far) 2. Place the cursor at the end of the sentence. Look at the picture above and notice where the cursor is placed.  3. Insert Footnote.  Go to Insert on the File Menu, Click on Footnote, then Click 'OK'.      (note: notice the one next to the last quotation mark)       4.  Scroll to the bottom of the page.  There you will notice the footnote field.  Type the following source information at the bottom of the page:             "Source: http://www.inform.umd.edu/EdRes/provost/Strategic_Planning/Mission2000.html"     (note: this is what you should have at the bottom of page) Note to student:  If you want more practice do this exercise again, but at an Endnote instead of a Footnote.

Exercise 5: Creating a Letter from a Wizard