Using the Clipboard - Exercise

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Using the Clipboard - Exercise

Using the Clipboard

Duration: 5 to 15 minutes.

In this exercise, you will practice using all the controls on the Clipboard. Open or go to Plants in my yard.docx (in the Word2013.1/Exercises folder) for use in this exercise.

  1. One of the special features of the Japanese Maple is "Beautiful foliage." This also happens to be a special feature of Red Buds and Bleeding Hearts. Use Copy and Paste to add "Beautiful foliage" as a special feature of these two plants.
  2. Underline "Description" under Japanese Maple and then use the Format Painter to copy this formatting to all other instances of "Description". Tip: remember to double-click Format Painter so you don't have to re-select it repeatedly.
  3. It turns out that not everyone agrees that Bleeding Hearts have beautiful foliage, but everyone agrees that Lilacs do. Use Cut and Paste to remove "Beautiful foliage" as a special feature of Bleeding Hearts and add it as a special feature of Lilacs.

Solution:

  1. There are multiple steps to this solution:
    1. Select "Beautiful foliage" under Japanese Maple.
    2. From the Clipboard group on the Home tab, select Copy.
    3. Scroll down to the special features section of Red Buds, type ", " after the last special feature and then click Paste. Repeat this step for Bleeding Hearts.
  2. Underline "Description" under Japanese Maple, then double-click the Format Painter command, and then click "Description" under each plant.
  3. There are multiple steps to this solution:
    1. Select "Beautiful foliage" under Bleeding Hearts.
    2. From the Clipboard group on the Home tab, select Cut.
    3. Scroll up to the special features section of Lilacs, type ", " after the last special feature and then click Paste.
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