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    • Exercise Word 1: Spell Check This flyer does have misspelled words! What you will do: correct spelling and grammar errors with method of your choice create a header insert a date field Start with: a. Open the file theater.doc in the words folder in your resource folder. b. Correct the misspellings that Word finds.
    • You should see a wavy red line underneath some of the words. If you don't, you'll have to turn on the automatic spelling check feature. Tools | Options... | Spelling and Grammar | Automatic Spelling Checking Word will likely mark "Evita" and "Sofich" as possible errors. They are correct. Do not add to the dictionary these names that Word marks as possible spelling errors. s c. Look for errors that Word missed- there are at least two. Word can't tell when you've just typed the wrong word! d. Open the header and type your name, two spaces, insert the date, press TAB twice, and type Exercise Word 1 e. Save as flyer-The City Theater.doc to Drive D disk in the ppt folder under your folder, using the file format that matches the version of Word you are using. f. Check the Print Preview. (Should be one page!) Make corrections, if
    • necessary. Save again if you made changes. g. Print. If all printed correctly, close the document.