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Create a worksheet (Beginner level)

As an educator, you will prepare attractive worksheets for your lessons. You will want to type the worksheet and save it electronically, so that you can print as many copies as you need and change the content for other classes. You will use Microsoft Word to achieve this.

By the end of this task you could achieve the following outcomes:

Download an example - Type and change the text
- Change the appearance of the text
- Place a picture
- Type a list
- Create a table
- Print the worksheet
- Save the worksheet

Create your own worksheet - one which you will find useful. Alternatively, follow this example. To do so you would typically work through the following steps:

1. Start Microsoft Word. See how »
2. Enter the heading.
3. Save the worksheet: Remember to save your worksheet regularly. See how »
4. Centre the heading: Headings are usually in the centre of the page. See how »
5. Underline the heading: Headings are usually larger, bolder and sometimes underlined. See how »
6. Select font and size: Change the font and the text size for parts of your worksheets. See how »
7. Select numbered list and type the text: Numbered lists is an automatic numbering system. Type all your points first, then add other features such as images and tables if required. See how »
8. Insert an appropriate image: Avoid using images for the sake of it - select images that support the text. See how »
9. Insert a table: Tables are ideal for displaying information in columns. See how »
10. Type text in the table.
11. Add / delete columns and rows in the table. See how »
12. Format the text in the table. See how »
13. Save the worksheet. See how »
14. Print the Worksheet. See how »
15. Exit Microsoft Word. See how »

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