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The Discussion Topic:
From your reading in the textbook, you can see there are numerous techniques in Word. Â Select just one of them from THE LIST below, and explain why you consider it to be a valuable technique. It is assumed that students may not be familiar with Word, but from the textbook readings, SimNet, and research – you can contribute upbuilding, expressive postings we can all learn from.
You need to focus on just â€œoneâ€ single technique listed below so that there will be a depth of material that we can all learn from and allow others to post their thoughts on a technique they have selected. Â NOT following these instructions will result in 0 points for your main posting and will not be re-graded.
More than 1 student may choose the same technique from the list â€“ that is fine, no problem at all.
DO NOT review more than 1 Microsoft Word technique from the list.
DO NOT review Spell Check or any other technique not on the list, and do not request to review a technique, not on the list.
DO NOT describe Microsoft Word in general or possible uses for Microsoft Word.
DO NOT attach a document to replace your comments in the discussion window postings.
DO NOT use Wikipedia as a cited reference for any of your postings.
DO include the word count at the bottom of all your postings.
DO include at least 1 cited reference to support your main posting material (but do not use Wikipedia), which is to be located just above the word count. A cited reference is not required for postings to other students.
Word Count requirements:
Main posting: Â at least 100 words, not including off-topic comments, salutations, or cited references (citations).
2nd and 3rd posting (responses to other students): each post should have at least 75 words, not including off-topic comments, commending comments (Nice job, etc. etc.), salutations, or cited references (not required for postings to other students).