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               Microsoft Word Exercise 2: Formatting Text
In this exercise you will practice:
 Opening and closing Microsoft Word                            Using Cut and Paste commands
 Navigating the Ribbon, the Home tab and                       Changing Font and Font Size
   different Groups                                             Centering text
 Using common keyboard keys                                    Making text Bold and Italic
 Removing spaces after a paragraph                             Saving a document


1. Open Microsoft Word using the icon on the desktop.

2. Type your phone number in the blank document.

3. Press the Enter key to move down one line.

4. Type your first and last name. Capitalize the first letter of your first and last name using the Shift key on
   the keyboard.

5. Press the Enter key to move down one line.

6. Type your street address. (example: 123 Summer St.)

7. Press the Enter key to move down one line.

8. Type your city, state, and zip code. (example: St. Paul, MN 55104)

9. On the Home tab in the Editing group, click Select, and then click
   Select All from the list that appears. All the text should be
   highlighted.

10. On the Home tab in the Paragraph group, click the Line and
    Paragraph Spacing button to show a list of options.

11. From the Line and Paragraph Spacing list, click Remove Space
    After Paragraph.

12. Your document should
    look like this:




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13. In the Editing group, click Select, and then click Select All to highlight all the text.

14. Change the font size to 18 using the Font Size dropdown menu in the Font group.


15. Change the font to Verdana using the Font dropdown
    menu in the Font group. The fonts are listed in alphabetical
    order, so you will need to scroll down the list.

16. Click before your phone number, and then highlight your
    phone number.

17. On the Home tab in the Clipboard group, click the Cut
   command. The cut command tells the computer to
   remove the text you have highlighted so you can paste it
   in a different location.

18. Click after your zip code to put your cursor there.

19. In the Clipboard group, click the Paste command. Your phone number should appear after your address.

20. Click between your address and your phone number and then press the space bar on the keyboard.

21. Highlight all the text by clicking Select, and then clicking Select All. This is in the Editing group.

22. On the Home tab in the Paragraph group, click the Center
    command. The center command will line up your text in the
    center of the document.


23. Click before your name, and then highlight your name. Change the font size to             22 using the Font Size
    dropdown menu in the Font group.

24. Keep your name highlighted. In the Font group, click the Bold command
    to make your name bold.

25. Click between your phone number and your address, and then press the Enter key to move your phone
    number down below your address.

26. Highlight your street address and your city, state, and zip code.

27. In the Font group, click the Italic command to italicize your address.




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28. Your document
    should look like
    this:




29. On the Ribbon, click the File tab to open the Backstage View. Backstage View
    shows you details about your document. It is also where you go to Save or Print
    your document.

30. On the left side of the window, click Save. A box will appear.

31. In the box that appears you will choose what to name your document and where
    to save it. In the white space next to File Name, type NameAndAddress.




32. Use the Save in: dropdown
    menu to choose where to save
    your document. From the list
    click on My Documents.

33. Click the Save button. The
    document you created is now
    saved on the computer.

34. Click the X in the top right
    corner to close Microsoft Word.

35. Find the icon for the document
    you saved in the My Documents
    folder.

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