You will use the Travel Tips 3 document and add a table, a bulleted list, and a page border. To view these instructions while you work in Word, do either of the following:
Print this page of instructions.
Move back and forth between this page and Word by clicking each application's button on the Windows taskbar.
Open the document Travel Tips 3, save it on your computer, and open it in Word.
In Section 2, select the text starting with "You need identification" and ending with "excess baggage." Create a bulleted list; then, click the Decrease Indent button, so the bullets are flush left on the column.
In Section 3, insert a table that is 2 rows by 3 columns between the text and the WordArt.
Insert the text "Travel for fun," "Travel for pleasure," and "Travel for the job" in the three columns of row 1. Insert the text "Travel to visit," "Travel to shop," and "Travel to learn" in the three columns of the second row.
Use the Table AutoFormat feature to give the table a more professional look. First, clear all the check boxes; then, select the appropriate check boxes to apply special formats to heading rows and first column. Use the Table Properties dialog box to center the table.
Add an art page border.
Create a header with the text Created by WorldTravel.com followed by the date. (Use the Insert Date button on the Header and Footer toolbar.) Right align the text in the header. If the header is covered by the page border, place the insertion point in front of the header text and press the enter key.
Save the document as Travel Tips 4.
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Here is Travel Tips:
We are a full service travel agency with local offices all over the world. Our thirty years of experience enable us to make your dream vacation or business trip the best ever. We cater to individuals and groups, especially campus organizations. We offer the low airfares and hotel accommodations and always provide the ultimate in service. We run specials all the time and urge you to check our Web page frequently.
These travel tips are especially important. No doubt, you have heard this information before, but please consider our suggestions before your travel.
You need identification when you travel outside the United States. Passports are not required in North America, but are for most other destinations. They take time to get, so be sure you apply for the passport well in advance of your trip.
Film and other equipment are always cheaper in the United States, so be sure to purchase all of your equipment before you leave. It's always a good idea to bring spare batteries for your camera. You can also bring postage paid envelopes to mail your film home so it will be developed and waiting for you when you return.
Check the climate of your destination and dress appropriately. Limit the amount of clothing you take. It will be easier to travel with less, and you avoid running the risk of charges for excess baggage.
Be sure to think of World Wide travel, the next time you are planning a trip.
For more info, feel free to go to http://www.worldtravel.com.© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com October 16, 2018, 6:06 pm ad1c9bdddf
I've followed the directions and created this document for you. Steps:
1. I opened Word. Then highlighted the text you listed as Travel Tips, clicked Edit Copy. Then wne to Word and clicked Edit Paste.and pasted it in Word.
2. To create the bulleted list I clicked on the space before You, clicked Format on the Tool Bar, clicked Bullets & Numbering, clicked on the appropriate bullet shape and then clicked OK. Because of the spacing in your text, this had to be done differently than the suggestion ...
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Relevance of Railsystems
Thank you for your previous solution... Here is part three of five for my home study guide.
Although trains have been around for about 200 years, the modern high speed intercontinental and intercity train systems (including subways, trams, light rail) are 20th Century developments.
Today, rapid rail systems can be found in most countries of the world. They are becoming more important as the urbanization of the world's population continues at a rapid pace.
Using the internet or press find an article discussing a major intercity or intercontinental rail system in a country of your choice. Review the article and submit an essay on how that system contributes to the movement of people and goods in that country. For example, the National Indian Railway is critical to everyday life in that country.
In addition, please answer the following questions:
What would Russia be without the Trans-Siberian Railroad?
What would London be without the "tube?" Japan without its electric railroad system?
Make sure you cite the author, source and date of the article you review.
-Attached in Microsoft Word, Double Spaced, Times new Roman 12 point 3-4 pages
â-ºDescribe the purpose of the paper and conclusion.
â-ºProvide a quality argument
â-ºProvide citations to support your argument and references on a separate page. Please use APA format to provide citations and references [http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/560/01/ ; http://www.tuiu.edu/guidelines/Well-Written-Paper.pdf].
Clayton, J.M. (2005). Interurban rail transportation: moving people and goods in the 21st century. Retrieved July, 2010, from http://www.ipa.udel.edu/publications/RailForumSummary.pdf
En.wikipedia.org (2010). Trans-Siberian railway. Retrieved July, 2010, from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Trans-Siberian_Railway [Read â??Effectsâ? Section]
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