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Word Project GO! WCH01 H2 - Pitch Festival 1.1

Word Project GO! WCH01 H2 - Pitch Festival 1.1

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GO! WCH01 H2 - Pitch Festival 1.1
 
Project Description:
In the following Mastery project, you will edit a document with information regarding an event that Sturgeon Point Productions is holding for college students.
 
Instructions:
For the purpose of grading the project you are required to perform the following tasks:
Step

Instructions

Points Possible

1

Start Word. Download and open the file namedgo_w01_grader_h2.docx.

0.000

2

Insert the File Name in the footer.

4.000

3

Change the Line Spacing for the entire document to 1.5.

4.000

4

Center the document title, and then change the title font size to 24.

8.000

5

Change the top and bottom margins to 0.5.

8.000

6

Select the three paragraphs below the title and then apply a First line indent of 0.5”.

6.000

7

Select the entire document and then change the Spacing Before to 6 pt and the Spacing After to 6 pt.

10.000

8

Select the last three paragraphs containing the dates, and then apply filled square bullets. With the bulleted list selected, set a right tab with dot leaders at 6”.

10.000

9

Locate the paragraph that begins with Sturgeon Point Productions, and then click at the end of the paragraph after the colon and press ENTER. Remove the first line indent. 

4.000


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