Project 4: Report
Finish Report

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

Now that you have learned a bit about tables, you can add one to your report. Though it may seem like the report will be finished then, there are a number of chores to do before you are truly done.

A table of contents adds a lot to a long document. Word can help, if you use paragraph styles.

Sometimes your document is just a little bit too long. You wind up with a line or two on a page all alone. Such a waste of paper! You can make a number of different kinds of adjustments to fix this. When the extra bits are not too long, Word can even shrink the whole document to fit a particular length.

Longer documents often need to use more than one page layout. That's where sections help.

You can use File Properties to help manage a number of things about your document. You will take a look at some of them.

Don't forget to spell check and preview before you finally print!

Each of the lessons is rather short this time.

Where you are:
JegsWorks > Lessons > Word97-2003

Before you start...

Project 1: Word BasicsTo subtopics

Project 2: Auto ToolsTo subtopics

Project 3: BrochureTo subtopics

Project 4: Report     
    MLA Guidelines
    Create ReportTo subtopics
    TablesTo subtopics
    Finish Report Subtopics display
    icon-footprintAdd Table
    icon-footprintTable of Contents
    icon-footprintFile Properties
    ExercisesTo subtopics