Project 2: AutoTools
Exercise Word 2-5

Title: Jan's Illustrated Computer Literacy 101
Did you want: Working with Words: Word 2007,2010,2013,2016 or españolIcon: Change web

Create your own attractive letterhead as a template and write a letter using your template. Use the Letter Wizard if you wish. You can do this as a personal letter, a business letter, or on behalf of an organization.

Where you are:
JegsWorks > Lessons > Word97-2003

Before you start...

Project 1: Word BasicsTo subtopics

Project 2: Auto Tools
    Make ChangesTo subtopics
    AutoformatTo subtopics
    Margins & BreaksTo subtopics
    Wizards/TemplatesTo subtopics
    Exercises To subtopics 
    Exercise Ex. 1: Correct/Format
    Exercise Ex. 2: Template 
    Exercise Ex. 3: Letter Wizard
    Exercise Ex. 4: Columns/Bullets
    Exercise Ex. 5: On Your Own

Project 3: BrochureTo subtopics

Project 4: ReportTo subtopics


Exercise Word 2-5: On Your Own - Letter & Template

What you will do:

Create a letter of your own
create your own letter template and save it

Start with:Class disk, Show Marks is on.

  1. Create a letterhead template. You may modify an existing template if you wish.
    Include at least:
    • A Word Art logo
    • A text box
    • Your name and address [Return address]
    • A Date field
    • Temporary text for inside address [recipient's address], salutation, and body
    • A closing and your own signature
  2. Add a header with your name, date, Exercise Word 2-5
  3. Save your template to the Student Templates folder with a name using your initials and then myletter, like 
  4. Class disk Save it again to your Class disk in the  word project2  folder with the same name as above.
    Full disk How to handle a full disk
  5. Print icon Print the template and close it.
  6. Open a new document using your new template and write a complete letter.
  7. Class disk Save the letter to your Class disk as  myletter.doc  in the  word project2  folder.
    Full disk How to handle a full disk
  8. Print icon Print the letter. (Since you saved the template with the header info included, it is part of the letter already!)
  9. Be neat! Go to the Student Templates folder and delete your template.