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  • 1. PowerPoint Presentation to Accompany
    GO! with Microsoft® Word 2010
    Chapter 3
    Creating Research Papers, Newsletters, and Merged Mailing Labels
  • 2. Objectives
    Create a Research Paper
    Insert Footnotes in a Research Paper
    Create Citations and a Bibliography in a Research Paper
  • 3. Objectives
    Format a Multiple-Column Newsletter
    Use Special Character and Paragraph Formatting
    Create Mailing Labels Using Mail Merge
  • 4. Create a Research Paper
    Follow a format prescribed by one of the standard style guides
    Two most commonly used styles for research papers
    Modern Language Association (MLA)
    American Psychological Association (APA)
  • 5. Create a Research Paper
    Format text and page numbers in a research paper using MLA style
    1-inch margins
    A 0.5" first line indent
    Double spacing throughout the body of the document
    No extra space above or below paragraphs
  • 6. Create a Research Paper
  • 7. Create a Research Paper
  • 8. Create a Research Paper
  • 9. Insert Footnotes in a Research Paper
    Numbers mark the location of noteswithin report text.
    Footnotes—used to credit information found in other sources
    Endnotes—notes placed at the end of the document
  • 10. Insert Footnotes in a Research Paper
  • 11. Insert Footnotes in a Research Paper
  • 12. Insert Footnotes in a Research Paper
  • 13. Create Citations and a Bibliography in a Research Paper
    Specify the source of information when quotations from, or detailed summaries of, other people’s work are used.
    Citation—note that refers the reader to a source in the bibliography
  • 14. Create Citations and a Bibliography in a Research Paper
    Bibliography—end of document that lists the citations
    Title this list Works Cited (in MLS style), Bibliography, Sources, or References
  • 15. Create Citations and a Bibliography in a Research Paper
  • 16. Create Citations and a Bibliography in a Research Paper
  • 17. Create Citations and a Bibliography in a Research Paper
  • 18. Create Citations and a Bibliography in a Research Paper
    • Property information is stored in the Document Information Panel.
  • Create Citations and a Bibliography in a Research Paper
    • Document statistics are available:
    • 19. Number of revisions made to the document
    • 20. Last time the document was edited
    • 21. Number of paragraphs, lines, words, and characters in the document
  • Create Citations and a Bibliography in a Research Paper
  • 22. Format a Multiple-Column Newsletter
    Newsletters are usually two or three columns wide.
    Using four or more columns in 8.5 x 11-inch paper looks awkward because they are so narrow.
  • 23. Format a Multiple-Column Newsletter
    To change one column to text to two columns
    Select all of the text starting from where you want the columns created to the end of the document
    On the Page Layout tab, in the Page Setup group, click the Columns button
    From the Columns gallery, click Two
  • 24. Format a Multiple-Column Newsletter
    • Section break—divides the one-column section of the document from the two-column section of the document
    • 25. Usually below the nameplate (title)
    • 26. Section—portion of a document that can be formatted differently from the rest of the document
    • 27. A section break marks the end of one section and the beginning of another section.
  • Format a Multiple-Column Newsletter
  • 28. Format a Multiple-Column Newsletter
    • Manual column break—end the column at a location of your choice
  • Format a Multiple-Column Newsletter
  • 29. Format a Multiple-Column Newsletter
    • Clip art images make your document visually appealing and more interesting.
  • Format a Multiple-Column Newsletter
    • Screenshot—image of an active window that can be pasted into a document
    • 30. Especially useful for inserting an image of a Web site into a document you are creating in Word
  • Format a Multiple-Column Newsletter
  • 31. Use Special Character and Paragraph Formatting
    Special text and paragraph formatting can emphasize text to make your newsletter look more professional.
    When adding shading, use light colors; dark shading can make the text difficult to read.
    Paragraph borders provide strong visual cues to the reader.
  • 32. Use Special Character and Paragraph Formatting
    For headlines and titles, small caps is an attractive font effect.
    The effect changes lowercase letters to uppercase letters, but with the height of lowercase letters.
  • 33. Use Special Character and Paragraph Formatting
    Manual line break—hold down the Shift key while pressing the Enter key
    Moves text to the right of the insertion point to a new line
    Keeps text in the same paragraph
  • 34. Use Special Character and Paragraph Formatting
    A line break indicator, a bent arrow, indicates that a manual line break was inserted.
  • 35. Use Special Character and Paragraph Formatting
    Paragraph borders provide strong visual cues to the reader.
    Paragraph shading:
    Can be used with or without borders
    Draws reader’s eye to text
  • 36. Use Special Character and Paragraph Formatting
  • 37. Use Special Character and Paragraph Formatting
  • 38. Create Mailing Labels Using Mail Merge
    Mail merge joins a main document and a data source creating customized letters or labels.
    Main document
    Contains text or formatting that remains constant—for labels, includes formatting for a specific label size
    Data source
    Contains names and addresses of the individuals for whom the labels are being created
    Can be a Word table, Excel spreadsheet, or Access database
  • 39. Create Mailing Labels Using Mail Merge
    • New records can be added to the data source for your mail merge.
  • Create Mailing Labels Using Mail Merge
    • Select the appropriate mailing label
  • Create Mailing Labels Using Mail Merge
  • 40. Covered Objectives
    Create a Research Paper
    Insert Footnotes in a Research Paper
    Create Citations and a Bibliography in a Research Paper
  • 41. Covered Objectives
    Format a Multiple-Column Newsletter
    Use Special Character and Paragraph Formatting
    Create Mailing Labels Using Mail Merge
  • 42. All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted, in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording, or otherwise, without the prior written permission of the publisher. Printed in the United States of America.
    Copyright © 2011 Pearson Education, Inc.  
    Publishing as Prentice Hall