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Case Study Part 1- Specifications Table (MS Word)

Go to Course Content > Project Instructions > Case Study Instructions Director Request to see the instructions and grading criteria for the case study prior to looking at this part of the case study.

Part 1:
For the case study outlines in the Instructions topic, create MS Word tables that identify and contain the hardware and software requirements to meet the director's requirements. The MS Word document in its final form will include 5 MS Word tables. It will include a two-paragraph narrative summary that classifies the user type and identifies the PC category(ies) that will be recommended. Think of the narrative summary as an executive summary where you outline the recommendations without going into a great deal of detail. You will write this executive summary after you have completed the tables. But place the executive summary after your title page, BEFORE the 5 tables. You are being asked to write a 2 paragraph summary that classifies the user type and identifies the PC category(ies) that will be recommended. The user types are: Mobile

Power
Large business
Home
Small office/home office
See  HYPERLINK "http://uwf.edu/clemley/cgs1570w/notes/concepts-1.htm" \l "Identify%20the%20various%20types%20of%20computer%20users" http://uwf.edu/clemley/cgs1570w/notes/concepts-1.htm#Identify%20the%20various%20types%20of%20computer%20users. You can see the different computer classifications by going to pages 22-28 in your Williams textbook. Students are expected to conduct external research to adequately address all aspects of the assignment requirements. Any outside sources should be correctly cited in APA style at the end of the table. Students will need to include specific requirements from the case study to show why each item is being recommended. Each element listed below must be incorporated into the assignment. Omissions will result in loss of points.

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