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This exercise is intended to guide you through a number of aspects related to the alignment of text in a Word document. It also includes a couple of extra features related to the general appearance of the text as well.

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Introduction

Working with Word Documents

Exercise 1:  Text Alignment

This exercise is intended to guide you through a number of aspects related to the alignment of text in a Word document.  It also includes a couple of extra features related to the general appearance of the text as well.

The first step is to centre the two lines of text that form the heading.  Place the insertion point (cursor) anywhere in the first line, then click on the “Centre” tool on the toolbar.  Repeat this for line two.  You will

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Middle

Select the first line of the heading by pointing to the left of the line and clicking the left mouse button.  (The line should be highlighted.)  Change the font size to 16 point.  Select line two of the heading and click on the “Underline” tool.  Select the text of your answer to the above question by dragging from the first letter to the last.  Then click on the “Italics” tool on the toolbar.

Now select the first two paragraphs of text by pointing to the left of

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Conclusion

  • Double-click on the word “Name” below to highlight (select) it.
  • Type your name in its place.  (There is no need to delete first.)
  • Select the word “Class” below your name and replace it with your class.
  • Select both your name and class then click on the “Align right” tool on the toolbar.
  • Now select this whole group of instructions by dragging down the left margin and click on the “Bullets” tool.

Finally, check that you have completed and understood this exercise.  Then save this document in your own folder on the network before printing a copy to hand in to your teacher.

Sina Jafari

9C3

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