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12.14: Checking for Understanding

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    13658
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    1. Create a document titled “Monthly Sales” for items sold in your respective industry. Insert a Cover page to this document.
    2. In this monthly sales document, create a table with 13 Rows, and 2 columns. The Header row should state “Month” and “Number of Sales” Enter the months of the year in the first column under “Month”
    3. Using Microsoft Word, create a Totals field to total the number of sales for the year.
    4. Insert a Chart to visualize this table and 2 online pictures. Add a comment, and create a header & footer with your name, the document name, and the page number.
    5. Create a title with some word art and insert the date and time.
    6. Write one paragraph explaining the charts and use a drop cap.

    This page titled 12.14: Checking for Understanding is shared under a CC BY license and was authored, remixed, and/or curated by Nick Heisserer (Minnesota State Opendora) .

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