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Desired Out comes and Performance - Garden Centre Leaflet.

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Desired Out comes and Performance Criteria Task 1 - Garden Centre Leaflet. In my garden centre leaflet I need to include the following information onto my leaflet. * My garden centre leaflet needs to be bright and attractive to attract the customer, it also needs to be colourful and easy to read. * The font needs to be clear to read, between the text sizes of 14 and 18 and in a clear text such as tempus sans, so it is easy to read and clear for the customer to read. * The heading is going to be big and bold, it is going to be at the top of the page and in 1 or 2 colours, it will be created in Microsoft Word and pasted into Microsoft Publisher. * The pictures need to be easy to see, attractive and boarders round them if felt necessary. There will be 2 pictures on the front page and 1 on the back page. * Logos, on my front page there will be 2 logos, one will be at the side of the heading and one just below the heading. * I will have boarders round some pictures and text the boarders will be in different colours and boarder line thicknesses. ...read more.

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To make the spreadsheet I will need to include the following information. * All pond kits will contain a fountain, a water lily, some decorative plants, some underwater plants, a under liner and a pond liner. * On my spreadsheet it must be easy to change the length, width and depth of the pond * On the spreadsheet I must measure to the nearest centimetre (0.01m). * I want to make it as easy as possible to answer questions like. "I want a pond 2 metres by 3 metres and half a metre deep". * The rules for working out the length of the pond liner are: the length of the pond liner = (2.5 x depth of the pond) + length of the pond. This method is also the same for the width of the pond. * The charge for the pond liner is by the square metre so the cost is length x width x cost per square metre. * The under liner cost 90p per square metre and needs to be the same size as the pond liner. * We allow 5 bunches of underwater plants to every square metre of pond liner and we only count whole bunches, we round up if needed. ...read more.

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* I will get the lists and prices from the disks. Task 5 - Database To make my database I will need to include the following information. * The customer needs to know what plant will fit in their garden and in what kind of place it will grow. * I need to put in the height and width of each plant. * I also need to include weather the plants need light or shade. * I want to make a system that is easy to use and lets you find plants that fit certain height, width and light requirements. * The garden centre name, logo and the amount of light needed will be on the top of the database. * This will have to fit on one side of A4 paper. * The common name, height, width and flowering period will be the only things that need to be included on the database. * The common name, height, width and flowering period will all have column headings at the top. * I can test my system by finding plants less or equal to 0.75m high and less than or equal to1.00m wide. The plants must be able to grow in shade * There are 4 types of plant; Skimmia, Greater Periwinkle and Shield Fern Periwinkle. 1 ...read more.

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