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  1. Open the OnlineLearningPlan-03.docx start file. If the document opens in Protected View, click the Enable Editing button so you can modify it. The file will be renamed automatically to include your name. Change the project file name if directed to do so by your instructor, and save it.
  2. Change user name and initials.
    1. Click the Tracking launcher [Review tab, Tracking group] to open the Track Changes Options dialog box.
    2. Click the Change User Name button to open the Word Options dialog box.
    3. Type your first and last name in the User name text box in the Personalize your copy of Microsoft Office area.
    4. Type your first and last initials in lowercase letters in the Initials text box.
    5. Check the Always use these values regardless of sign in to Office box.
    6. Click OK to close the Word Options dialog box and click OK to close the Track Changes Options dialog box.
  3. Display the Reviewing pane and reject changes.
    1. Click the Display for Review drop-down list [Review tab, Tracking group] and select All Markup to view the document with comments and proposed changes visible.
    2. Click the Reviewing Pane drop-down arrow [Review tab, Tracking group] and select Reviewing Pane Vertical. The Reviewing pane displays on the left side of the Word window.
      Reject a deletion in the Reviewing pane
      Figure 3-106 Reject a deletion in the
      Reviewing pane
    3. Find where “Hasmik Kumar Deleted Television or Tele-Web course—” in the Reviewing pane.
    4. Right-click this deletion and select Reject Deletion from the context menu (Figure 3-106).
    5. Click the X in the upper-right corner of the Reviewing pane to close it.
  4. Accept changes in the document.
    1. Place your insertion point at the top of the document.
    2. Click the Next button [Review tab, Changes group] to select the first change (Left: 1″).
    3. Click the top half of the Accept button [Review tab, Changes group] to accept the change and move to the next change.
    4. Click the top half of the Accept button again to accept the change (delete CCD).
      Accept all changes in the document
      Figure 3-107 Accept all changes in the document
    5. Click the bottom half of the Accept button and select Accept All Changes from the drop-down list (Figure 3-107). All of the remaining changes in the document are accepted. Only comments remain in the Markup area.
      Note: Track Changes should be off and not marking changes made from this point forward.
  5. Reply to a comment, resolve a comment, and delete a comment.
    1. Place your insertion point at the top of the document and click the Next button [Review tab, Comments group] to move to the first comment.
    2. Click the Reply button in the Markup area.
      Resolve button on a comment
      Figure 3-108
      Resolve button on a comment
    3. Type Done!
    4. Click the Resolve button on the comment in the Markup area (Figure 3-108). The comment and reply become grayed out.
    5. Click the Next button [Review tab, Comments group] to move to the second comment (not the reply to the first comment).
    6. Click the top half of the Delete button [Review tab, Comments group] to delete the comment.
    7. Click the Display for Review drop-down list [Review tab, Tracking group] and select No Markup so comments are not visible.
  6. Add document properties.
    1. Click the File tab to open the Backstage view.
    2. Click Show All Properties in the Properties area.
    3. Add the following document properties:
      Title: Online Learning Plan
      Company: Sierra Pacific Community College District
      Manager: Hasmik Kumar
    4. Click the Back arrow to return to the document.
  7. Apply styles to the document.
    1. Go to the first page of the document, select the title (“Online Learning Plan”), and apply the Title style.
    2. Select the subtitle (“Sierra Pacific Community College District”) and apply the Subtitle style.
    3. Apply the Heading 1 style to all the main headings (all caps and bold) in the document.
    4. Apply the Heading 2 style to all subheadings (underlined) in the document.
  8. Insert a table of contents into the report.
    1. Place your insertion point in front of the first main heading in the document (“Purpose of this Plan”) and press Ctrl+Enter to insert a page break.
    2. Go to the new first page of the document, place the insertion point directly after the subtitle and press Enter.
      Insert table of contents
      Figure 3-109 Insert table of contents
    3. Click the Table of Contents button [References tab, Table of Contents group] (Figure 3-109).
    4. Select Automatic Table 2. The table of contents displays below the subtitle.
    5. Select the words “Table of Contents” in the table of contents, click the Font Color drop-down list, and select Automatic. If a blank line displays between the subtitle and “Table of Contents,” delete it. Turn on Show/Hide if necessary.
  9. Insert footnotes into the document.
    1. Go to the second page of the document and position the insertion point after “Web-Enhanced course” and before the dash.
    2. Click the Insert Footnote button [References tab, Footnotes group]. A footnote reference marker appears after the text and the insertion point moves to the bottom of the page in the Footnotes
    3. Type This is a non-OL course that uses OL tools. in the footnote area.
    4. Position the insertion point after “(OL)” and before the space (page 2, “Purpose of This Plan” section, second sentence).
    5. Click the Insert Footnote button and type Online learning is referred to as OL throughout this report. in the footnote area. This footnote becomes footnote 1 and the other footnote automatically becomes number 2.
  10. Modify footnote number format.
    1. Click the Footnotes launcher to open the Footnote and Endnote dialog box (Figure 3-110).
      Modify footnote number format
      Figure 3-110 Modify footnote number format
    2. Click the Number format drop-down list and select i, ii, iii, ….
    3. Click Apply to close the dialog box and apply the number format change.
  11. Insert and modify content in the footer.
    1. Place your insertion point at the beginning of the document.
    2. Click the Footer button [Insert tab, Header & Footer group] and select Edit Footer.
    3. Click the Document Info button [Header & Footer Tools Design tab, Insert group] and select Document Title from the drop-down list to insert the Title document property field.
    4. Press the right arrow once to deselect the document property field and press Tab to move to the center preset tab stop.
    5. Click the Document Info button, select Document Property, and select Company from the drop-down list.
    6. Press the right arrow once to deselect the document property field and press Tab to move to the right preset tab stop.
    7. Click the Page Number button [Insert tab, Header & Footer group], select Current Position, and select Bold Numbers from the drop-down list.
    8. Select all of the text in the footer and change the font size to 10 pt (Figure 3-111).
      Document properties and built-in page number inserted into the footer
      Figure 3-111 Document properties and built-in page number inserted into the footer
    9. Click the Close Header and Footer button [Header & Footer Tools Design tab, Close group].
  12. Insert a page break.
    1. Position the insertion point before the last subheading (“How are Courses and Programs Selected for Online Learning Delivery?”) on page 2 of the report.
    2. Press Ctrl+Enter to insert a page break.
  13. Insert a cover page and modify content control fields.
    1. Place your insertion point at the top of the document.
    2. Click the Cover Page button [Insert tab, Pages group].
    3. Select the Retrospect built-in cover page from the drop-down list. The cover page displays before the first page of the document.
      Select and delete content control field
      Figure 3-112 Select and delete content control field
    4. Click the Subtitle (“Document Subtitle”) content control field handle and press Delete (Figure 3-112) to delete the entire content control field.
    5. Click the Author content control field handle and press Delete.
    6. Confirm the insertion point is on the blank line where the Author field was deleted.
    7. Click the Quick Parts button [Insert tab, Text group], select Document Property, and select Manager from the drop-down list.
    8. Apply bold formatting to the Company document property field.
    9. Type www.spccd.edu in the Address (“Company Address”) field. The web address displays in all caps; you will fix this in the next step.
      Document property fields modified on the cover page
      Figure 3-113 Document property fields modified on the cover page
    10. Select the Address document property field, open the Font dialog box, deselect the All caps check box, and click OK. The web address changes to lowercase (Figure 3-113).
  14. Update the table of contents.
    1. Click the table of contents.
      Update Table of Contents dialog box
      Figure 3-114
      Update Table of Contents dialog box
    2. Click the Update Table button [References tab, Table of Contents group]. The Update Table of Contents dialog box opens (Figure 3-114).
    3. Select the Update entire table radio button.
    4. Click OK to close the dialog box and update the table.
  15. Save and close the document (Figure 3-115).
  16. Upload and save your project file.
  17. Submit project for grading.

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