Step 4: Begin typing in the field names. Make sure that the Data type is correct as you see it in the sample given. Click ono the ataTe box and click on the drop down arrow in the Data Type field to change it. Step 5: To set a field as the primary field
Instructional Procedures Directions: Read Sec 34.1 and 34.2. Use the data in the table and recreate in Microsoft Excel. Follow the step-by-step directions below. Afterwards, type and answer questions 1-3 in complete sentences from Sec 34.1 and 34.2 under your table that you have created and formatted. TOP TEN MOST EXPENSIVE AND LEAST EXPENSIVE STATES FOR AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE, 2011 (http://www.iii.org/fact-statistic/auto-insurance) Rank Most expensive states Average expenditure Rank Least expensive states Average expenditure 1 New Jersey $1,183.95 1 Idaho $535.15 2 D.C. 1,138.03 2 South Dakota 540.04 3 Louisiana 1,110.68 3 North Dakota 549.81 4 New York 1,108.64 4 Iowa 552.54 5 Florida 1,090.65 5 Maine 577.38 6 Delaware 1,052.28 6 North Carolina 600.33 7 Rhode Island 1,004.14 7 Wisconsin 601.40 8 Michigan 983.60 8 Nebraska 602.57 9 Connecticut 970.22 9 Wyoming 619.88 10 Maryland 956.17 10 Ohio 619.96 Step 1: Type the name of the table. Merge the cells so the title can go across the top of the table. Step 2: Type in all of the information in the cells as you see in the cells above except for the headings for each column. Step 3: Highlight the entire area you typed in.
Instructional Procedures Directions: Read Sec 7.1 and 7.2. Create an outline following the criteria given. Save it in Microsoft Word as a pdf file. Save it as outline_first and last name (outline_tionahorton). Then upload it to you blog. Outline Guide: Title of your Outline: Introduction to Management. Your title should be centered and include your full name, and the name of this course. Outline Criteria Each subtitle is given. You are to provide the required information under each subtitle and make sure that you set this outline up correctly. All of your subtitles only should be bold. This should be typed in Times New Roman, 12 font only. - Introduction to Management Type the 1 st and 3 rd sentence under your subtitle from the reading under this section. o Include responsibilities o Definition of management - The Four Functions of Management Type the 1 st sentence under your subtitle from the reading under this section. o Recreate Figure 7.1/Include the title o Levels of Management Definitions - Managerial Structure Type the 1 st sentence under your subtitle from the reading under this section. o Define all the vocabulary under this section o Express what the difference is between formal and informal structure o Recreate Figure 7.2 -Is a Manager ’ s Job for You? o Define entry-level job o Include skills needed to be a manager o Create a table that represents the advantages and disadvantages of being a manager
Instructional Procedures: Directions: As responsible digital citizens, all must take great care of their health and wellness, and the digital community needs citizens with clear minds and sound bodies. Being proactive about one’s digital health and wellness by scheduling, implementing, and documenting a series of steps that ensure mental and physical health remains a focus of this project. Plan a series of dates to modify current technology use habits and consider ways to modify technology use habits for the better. Identify and set dates to take advantage of opportunities to complete the following: employ ergonomic tips (e.g., adjusting posture when using laptops) initiate a thoughtful balance between time online and the exercise that is necessary to our body operating at peak efficiency, and completely unplug, spending time with friends and family enjoying time outside, away from technology. Using Microsoft Publisher, you will select a calendar template and create a Digital Calendar. Select a month to adopt healthy digital habits. Schedule appointments in a digital calendar with notations, such as the following: sit up straight today take a 30 minute walk dine with friend, silence mobile phone Include on your calendar, the month, your name, a healthy quote, Digital Calendar as your title, at least one picture, and be creative. ***Check out the sample Digital Calendar*** Ergonomics Website Resources U.S. Department of Labor site about ergonomics https://www.osha.gov/SLTC/ergonomics/ Healthy Computing http://www.healthycomputing.com/health/discomfort/index.html
Instructional Procedures Directions: Read the PowerPoint presentation Ch. 15 Human Resource Management. Follow the guidelines to writing and creating a newsletter. You will use the template given to create the newsletter. First Page (Do not change any of the font, manuscript, or sizes) Change the name of the newsletter in the black box from The Extra News to _________. Change the black box to a different color. Change the All About The Big World We Live In title under the box to a title that overall represents what the newsletter will be about which is workplace skills. Where it says Exclusive News Today, delete and type By (your name) . Headline - Create an attention-getting phrase that will make readers want to read your article. Lead Paragraph – Title should be 21 st century Skills for Success. In no less than 10 sentences, talk about the 21 st century workplace skills and their importance to the job. Create a word cloud from abcya.com using the qualities listed that are important to demonstrate in the workplace. Save the Word Cloud in My Document; title it Unit 13 Word Cloud. Open it up and copy and paste it into the large white area under your headline. Size it so it fills up the entire area. Qualities: responsibility, initiative, dependability, punctuality, respect of others, professional dress, positive attitude, self-respect, integrity, adaptability, flexibility, energy, professionalism, work ethic Under the word cloud summarize the importance of them. A minimum of 4 sentences is required. In the middle column, choose a college and write about it. Start the sentence off with the name of the college. Make sure the article mentions the location of the college, a few majors that are offered, and what the college is well known for. Place a picture that represents the college in the white open space to the right of the article. In the black bottom column your title should be Quote of the Day . Find a quote that deals with business. It can be a financial quote; it can be from a famous entrepreneur, or a quote about job success. Place the quote under the title. Do not change the color of the box. Second Page (Do not change any of the font, manuscript, or sizes) In the first column on the left, write a job description using the scenario given. Title the article Classified Jobs . Scenario: Assume that you are a CEO for a restaurant and need to fill a human resource manager job for your company. In at least two paragraphs, write a job description for the ad. In the second column on your right, mention and discuss the laws that keep interviewers from asking certain questions at a job interview. Title the article, Your Rights as an Interviewee . Title the subtitle, Wrong Questions to Ask . In bullet format, list 5 questions that should not be asked at an interview. In the middle column, title the article Dress for Success . In the white space, place a picture that represents correct attire to wear to a job interview. Then for the written portion, talk about the do’s and don’ts to what to wear to a job interview and why it is important to dress professional. In the white open space to the left of the article put a picture that represents a person at an interview. For the 4 four columns at the bottom of the second page you are going to place pictures of people in business attire. -1 st column: Title: Women ’ s Business Attire, picture needs to be of a woman in business attire. -2 nd column: Title: Women ’ s Casual Business Attire, picture needs to be of a woman in casual business attire. -3 rd column: Title: Men ’ s Business Attire, picture needs to be of a man in business attire.
Instructional Procedures Directions: For this assignment you will compose a letter, create mailing labels, and address envelopes using Mail Merge. Read the scenario below and complete the three required tasks. You work for the CandyLand Museum and have been assigned to send letters to the individuals, who are customers, in the table below requesting that they become a CandyLand member. This is a new promotional campaign that will give customers more benefits when visiting the museum. Customer Database Title First Name Last Name Street City State Zip Code r. ruella ound 345 Cake Lane Atlanta GA 32938 rs. Snow White 5850 King Street Macon GA 30329 r. ack eanstalk 11406 Greenbean Lane Augusta GA 30314 r. Scooby oo 599 Cookie Lake Dr. Fayetteville GA 32309 rs. Grettle Cookie 87 Turtle Ct. Nashville GA 30023 r. onald Trump 256 Hotel Way Griffin GA 30223 To become a CandyLand member, customers have three membership options to choose from. Membership Plan Price Perks Contact Information To Apply CandyLand Silver $150 Annually Covers 2 members 1 free admission 1 free visit to the Chocolate Factory 1 time access to see the movie Willie Wonka and the Chocolate Factory in 4D Willie Wonker firstname.lastname@example.org apply online CandyLand Gold $200 Annually Covers 3 members 2 free admission 1 free visit to the Chocolate Factory 1 free candy chocolate tasting 1 time access to see the movie Willie Wonka and the Chocolate Factory in 4D Brett Farr email@example.com apply online CandyLand Supreme $250 Annually Covers 4 members 2 free admission 1 free visit to the Chocolate Factory 1 free candy chocolate tasting 1 time access to see the movie Willie Wonka and the Chocolate Factory in 4D I ride on the Jelly Bean Mobile Diana Ross firstname.lastname@example.org apply online
Instructional Procedures: 1) Obtain a digital photo of yourself by either using a web cam, cell phone, or having another student take a picture of the using a digital camera. 2) Save the digital photos to either a network drive or on a disk that you can access. 3) OPTIONAL - Digitally manipulate and or enhance your photo using a paint or photo editing software program. 4) Create a personal logo using Paint or a clip art image to use for your "logo." 5) Select a favorite saying or motto to include on your business card. 6) Include the businesses’ contact information; name, address, phone number, business website address, and email address 7) You can use one of the business card template files given or set up your own file in your word processor or paint program. To create a business card file from scratch, start by setting margins to: Top - .05 Bottom - .25 Left - .75 Right - .75 You must then create ten rectangles each 2 inches high and 3.5 inches wide. The rectangles should be in two columns and five rows. The easiest way to do this is to be sure the program's ruler bars are showing, and then draw a vertical line down the middle of the page. Next, draw four horizontal lines, one at 2", 4" 6" and 8" from the top margin. You should end up with 10 rectangles in a two column grid with five rows. Lock the lines in place if possible. You are now ready to create your business cards. 8) Be sure to proofread your card. 9) When one card is finished, copy and paste the completed card into the remaining nine boxes. 10) Save your cards and complete the project by uploading this project to your blog Unit 9: Marketing .
6.7 Use appropriate technology to plan, develop, practice, and present material to different types of audiences for specific business purpose. BMA-IBT-7 7.2 Describe the importance of developing and organizing a successful business plan. 7.3 Identify components and format of a business plan.
Instructional Procedures Directions: Open Microsoft Word or Google Docs. Read the scenario below. Respond to the questions below in paragraph format. You are required to have a minimum of 6 complete sentences. Type your response in 14 font and use the manuscript Times New Roman . Make sure the scenario and question are placed on your document first and then your response. Save your assignment lastnameCaseStudy. (example: HortonCaseStudy) Case Study 1. You're a corporate executive with a manufacturing firm, who's faced with a choice after becoming manager. Yearly a producer of one of a television series shoots a segment on the company’s lot. Every year, the management allowed the crew to do the filming fr ee of charge. And every year the former manager had given time in order to assist the crew. This year you did the same. At the end, the producer comes up to you, thanking for the help. He asks how the check for $500 should be made out. Surprised, you reply it should be made out to the corporation. Surprised in turn, the producer says, "In the past we've always made it out to the old manager. Shouldn't we make it out to you?" The corporation, which had no expenses and no losses because of the shoot, didn't ask for or expected payment. You gave up an entire weekend day. Whose money is this? Is this a payment to the corporation or a contribution for his service? If you don't turn over the check, would that lead to questions about what happened to last year's money? Or might such an investigation lead to the discovery that this incident was part of a dishonest thing that the old manager did? What actions would you take? What would you suggest?
Instructional Procedures Directions: Answer the following questions using the internet. Respond in a complete sentence using your own words. Title your document Taxes and center the title. Please make sure your questions are typed with your response below the question, and your document is formatted professionally. Proofread your document before submitting it. Save and name the document taxes/first and last name , i.e. taxes/TionaHorton . 1. What is a tax? 2. What is a social security tax? 3. What is a Medicare tax? 4. What is an Income tax? 5. Read and use the following website to answer the questions below about where your tax funds go to: http://www.whitehouse.gov/2012-taxreceipt a. At the end of year 2104 the government took $3500 of Medicare taxes, $4500 of Income taxes, and $4000 of Social Security taxes total out of your paychecks. Plug those numbers in the taxpayer receipt to see where your taxes are allocated to. Use the information to answer questions 5-10. 6. Under Income Tax, list the division and amount that went to each area under the Education and training tab. 7. What percentage of your Income Tax goes to Response to Natural Disasters? 8. How much of your Medicare Taxes went to Medicare Tax? 9. What area under Income Tax has the greatest amount of taxes going to it? 10. How much of your taxes went to Income and Housing for Veterans?