The first thing you should do is to save this lesson as a Bookmark. Then you can always go back to it easily. You can always print it out at any UCS printer station.
Hints on using Word for Windows
Adding tables to Word 97 documents
Inserting footnotes and page numbers
Word 97 is very easy to use.You can select text with the mouse in the usual way. Once selected, it is simple to cut, copy and paste text using the Control keys or the universal buttons..
Once text is selected you can also alter its appearance by using the formatting buttons .
It is also extremely easy to insert pictures, footnotes, page numbers and symbols using the pull down Insert menu, which should look something like this:
Firstly, you should open Word for Windows and type in about three paragraphs of text. This should be your memory of Professor Moore's or Porter's last lecture in Historical Perspectives and Techniques. I want you to insert a footnote or two into your paragraphs, which should be bibliographic references taken from that week's recommended reading. This should teach you something about the value and importance of oral history and the power of memory, especially your memory.
Hint: you can paste the entire table from the web version straight into Word 97! Once you have done this, select the whole thing and then use the Table, Convert Text to Table Facility. When you get the dialogue box, choose 2 columns and press return. You should get a huge two column table that you can then resize. You may also need to use Format Borders, choosing Grid.
There is no formal assessment this week.