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    • Advanced Microsoft Word
      • We will learn about:
      • inserting & formatting text
      • formatting a table
      • To open your saved work:
      • On the desktop, click on “My Computer”.
      • Then, double-click on “Data D:”
      • Next, double-click on the folder named “Pri 3”.
      • Lastly, double-click on your saved document.
      Data D: Pri 3
    • For a start, we will insert the date using the same font style but with a smaller font size. Do you still remember how to merge 2 cells into 1?
      • Let’s revise!
      • Highlight the 2 cells
      • Then click Table ->Merge Cells to combine them together
      • Now type in the date in the combined cell
    • Now, type in the headline of your news article. Choose a medium font size. Then, using a much smaller font size and standard font style, type your name and class below the headline. You will be the news reporter.
    • But look! My title doesn’t fit into the table cell. Let’s resize it! When you place your mouse over the lines of the tables, it turns into a double-sided arrow. Click and drag your mouse to resize them.
    • Let’s add Shadow Effects to our newspaper title, headline and date. Highlight the text and click Format -> Font. Under Effects, select Shadow and click OK.
    • Use the spacebar to ensure that the alignment of your text looks neat. Merge the circled cells to provide space for your pictures and text.
    • Let’s make the table lines invisible! Click Table -> Select -> Table to highlight the whole table. Then, click on the arrow beside the table border icon and select the option without any border colours.
    • Now, proceed to type in the first portion of your newspaper article. Choose an appropriate font style and size. To make it more readable, highlight your text, and then click Format -> Paragraph. Under Line Spacing, select 1.5 lines.
      • To save your work:
      • Just click on the diskette icon at the top toolbar