There are many reasons why you may want to change the layout or orientation of your page. Text may fit better or graphics may be
more appealing to the eye if your page is printed in portrait. Just the same, centering text vertically on the page may also add to its appearance. There will be times when you will need to alter the page setup in Word. In this activity, you will work with alignment and orientation in a document.
New Skills Reinforced:
In this activity, you will practice how to:
1. Format page orientation.
2. Vertically center align text on a page.
3. Apply character effects to text, align, cut and paste text.
4. Drag and drop to edit text.
5. Insert clip art image, apply style and create a border.
6. Change text wrapping, preview a document, and print the document.
Activity 3: LYRICS
- Open LYRICS from the lesson 3 folder on the Shared Drive.
- Select all text and center.
- Change the page orientation to portrait.
- Change the vertical alignment of the page to right aligned.
- Change the color and width of the line.
- Select all text and change the font size to 16pt.
- Select the title and artist and apply italic.
- Insert an appropriate clip art image in the center below the song lyrics.
- Change the text wrapping of the image to In Front of Text.
- Run spell check and correct errors.
- Save the document as LYRICS to your Computer folder.
- Print the document.
RUBRIC - MS Word Document
This rubric will be used to grade all MS Word documents.
1 pt Correct elements are rarely or never used. Poor
2 pts Correct elements have been applied some of the time. Fair
3 pts Correct elements have been applied most of the time. Good
4 pts Correct elements have been applied all of the time. Excellent