Exp19 Word Ch02 ML1 Festival
In the following project, you will use Word to prepare a document promoting an upcoming festival. You will format the document, including bullets, styles, and line and paragraph spacing. In addition, you will add interest by including objects, such as pictures and WordArt.
Start Word. Download and open the file named Exp19_Word_Ch02_ML1_Festival.docx. Grader has automatically added your last name to the beginning of the filename.
Change the document theme to Organic. Format the first paragraph in the document, Mount Vernon Hot Air Balloon Festival, as WordArt using the Fill: Black, Text color 1; Outline: White, Background color 1; Hard Shadow: Orange, Accent color 5 (third row, second column) style. Change the font size of the WordArt object to 24.
Change the wrapping style of the WordArt object to Top and Bottom. Format the WordArt object with Shape Style Subtle Effect – Teal, Accent 2. If necessary, visually center the WordArt object on the first paragraph of the document.
Format the second paragraph in the document, See the Canyon From The Top!, as center and bold with a font color of Teal, Accent 2.
Select the remaining text on page 1, beginning with May 28-29, 2022 and ending with on the festival grounds. Format the selected text into two columns with a line in between and equal column width. Change the font of the columned text on page 1 to Century Schoolbook. Insert a page break (not a section break) on page 2 after the sentence ending with inflate balloons on the festival grounds.
No material for public distribution should contain errors. You check for spelling and grammar mistakes because it speaks to professionalism and influences how people see the festival and those who run it.
Check spelling and grammar—the word Ballumination is not misspelled (for the purposes of this document). Correct any spelling or grammar errors.
Right align the third paragraph on page 1—May 28-29, 2022. Format all columned text with a line spacing of 1.5 and paragraph spacing after of 6 pt. Insert a column break to the left of the paragraph beginning with And don’t forget the dogs!
With the insertion point immediately to the left of the paragraph beginning As for the kids, search Online Pictures using the keywords hot air balloons and then insert an appropriate image from the results. Note: alternatively, you can search for an image in a web browser, and then download and insert a relevant image from the results.
Select and delete any additional text boxes that may display when the image is inserted. Change the height of the picture to 1”. Change the wrapping style to Square and apply a picture style of Reflected Bevel, White. Position the picture so that it is on the left side of the paragraph beginning with As for the kids, but still in the right column.
Recolor the picture with Teal, Accent color 2 Light. Apply the Paint Brush Artistic Effect.
On page 3, format the heading When is the best time to see balloons? as bold with a font color of Teal, Accent 2. Create a new style named Questions based on the formatting applied to the same heading. Apply the Questions style to the other questions (headings) on page 3.
On page 4, apply solid round bullets to the nine paragraphs on the page beginning with Although there is no perfect and ending with for a show to begin. Decrease the indent so the bullets begin at the left margin. Change the color of the bullet symbols to Teal, Accent 2.
Insert a page break (not a section break) before the heading How can I plan for the best experience on page 3.
Select the schedule of items under the heading Saturday (5/28/2022), beginning with 6:00 AM and ending with Balloon Glow. Set a left tab stop at 1” and another left tab with a dot leader at 3”. Click at the beginning of each line in the schedule of items and press TAB to move the items to the left tab stop position. Move the activities to the 3” tab stop position.
Perform the same task with the schedule of items under Sunday (5/29/2022).
Save and close Exp19_Word_Ch02_ML1_Festival.docx. Exit Word. Submit the file as directed.