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Shelly cashman word 2010
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chapter 2: In The Lab 1
Preparing a Short Research Paper
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Project overview
You are a college student currently enrolled in an introductory business class. Your assignment is to prepare a short research paper (275–300 words) about video or computer games. The requirements are that the paper be presented according to the MLA documentation style and have three references. One of the three references must be from the Web. You prepare a paper that discusses game controllers.

STUDENT start FILE
SC_Word2010_C2_L1a_FirstLastName_1.docx (Note: Download your personalized start file from www.cengage.com/sam2010)
Instructions
Open the file SC_Word2010_C2_L1a_FirstLastName_1.docx and save the file as SC_Word2010_C2_L1a_FirstLastName_2.docx before you move to the next step. Verify that your name appears in the footer at the bottom of the document. If it does not, please download a new copy of the start file from the SAM Web site. (Note: Do not edit the footer at the bottom of the document.)
Modify the Normal style to 12-point Times New Roman font. (Hint: Remember that just changing the font in the document will not modify the Normal style.) Adjust line spacing to double. When your research paper is complete, the entire paper should be double-spaced.
Remove space below (after) paragraphs. When



Bibliography: gallery to insert the list of sources. Convert the bibliography field to regular text (Hint: Use CTRL+SHIFT+F9). Change the line spacing for the bibliography sources to double. Change the format of the source titles from underline to italics (to update the MLA Sixth Edition style to match the latest guidelines for MLA Seventh Edition documentation). Enter the media type Print at the end of the Bloom and Cortez sources, and enter the media type Web to the Joyce source before the “28 Mar” date (again to match the new MLA documentation style). Your bibliography should look like Figure 10. FIGURE 10 Works Cited after formatting changes ------------------------------------------------- * * Your document should look like the Final Figure below. Save your changes, close the document and exit Word. Follow the directions on the SAM Web site to submit your completed project. Final Figure (Page 1) Final Figure (Pages 2 and 3) *

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