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3 0 0 C o l o r a d o S t r e e t A u s t i n , T X Appetizers Sullivan’s Steakhouse French Onion Soup Lobster Bisque Fried Calamari Steak Tartare Salads Spinach with Bacon Dressing Caesar Salad Tomato & Mozzarella w/ Balsamic Reduction Seafood Chilean Sea Bass Jumbo Scallops w/ Spicy Thai Sauce Crab Stuffed Shrimp – Chive Butter Sauce One Pound Alaskan King Crab Legs Broiled Live Maine Lobster – 2lb…3lb…4lb Steaks & Chops Filet Mignon 12 oz. New York Strip 16 oz. Cajun Ribeye 20 oz. Porterhouse Steak 24 oz. Bone in ‘Cowboy’ Ribeye 24 oz. Lamb Chops, Triple Cut Desserts Key Lime Pie w/ Raspberry Sauce & Mint Crème Brulee for two w/ Tahitian Vanilla Bean Bananas Foster Bread Pudding Warm Chocolate Brownie Cake Peanut Butter Black Bottom Pie Advanced Formatting Student Activity #3 Create a Menu Table 1. Create a table with two columns and one row. 2. Set the column widths as follows (highlight table → right click → Table Properties → Column tab → set Preferred Width → Next Column). a. Column 1 = 1.2” b. Column 2 = 4.95” Column 2 3. Insert text as shown on back page in 12 pt Times New Roman leaving one blank line between menu items. Center all. 4. Set address at top of menu to 8 pt font. Set character spacing to Expanded by 10 pt (highlight text → Home tab → click on Font Dialog Box → Advanced tab → set Spacing to Expanded). Center. 5. Set the course headings (Appetizers, Salads, Seafood, etc.) to 18 pt, Old English text. 6. Set the character spacing on the menu items to Expanded by 2 pt. 7. Draw a line below the first course title, as shown (Insert tab → Shapes → Line). Color the line dark red. Copy the line five times and position one line below each course title. Column 1 8. Enter Sullivan’s Steakhouse in the first column using a 36 pt, Old English font. a. Change the direction (highlight text → Table Tools → Layout tab → Text Direction) as shown. b. Apply a dark red shade to the cell and color the text white. c. Set character spacing to Expanded by 5 pt. Background 9. Find class appropriate picture of restaurant/food on internet; save to your Student Folder 10. Insert a background picture on the entire menu (Page Layout tab → Page Background Section → Watermark → Custom Watermark → Picture Watermark → Select Picture). a. Scale – Auto b. Washout – Checked 11. Print preview to ensure all on one page. 12. Save in Student Folder as Menu. Note: You may create a unique class appropriate menu for a different restaurant as long as it has the same formatting and number of entries as example.
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