wp12bct Ms Sadleir
Wellington Point State High School Business Communication and Technologies Teacher

Welcome to the 12 Business Communication and Technologies home page for Wellington Point State High School.

In the links section below is a list of useful sites for your International Business Communciation Assignment.Please make use of these sites to help you in your research.If you have any problems please contact me on email mssadleir@hotmail.com.

BSATEC401A - Produce Complex Documents

Below is a list of instructions and exercises for you to complete to accomplish vocational competency, BSATEC401A.

Give each activity a go, using the appropriate software. You will need to minimise these instructions so you can view the internet and the correct software at the same time.

If you are experienceing problems please let me know. If you can complete all the activities then you will be prepared for the exam which will be on Friday 1 September and Tuesday 5 September 2000. Good luck.

Record a macro in Word

1 On the Tools menu, point to Macro, and then click Record New Macro.
2 In the Macro name box, type a name for the macro.
3 In the Store macro in box, click the template or document in which you want to store the macro.
4 In the Description box, type a description for the macro.
5 If you don't want to assign the macro to a toolbar, a menu, or shortcut keys, click OK to begin recording the macro.

To assign the macro to a toolbar or menu, click Toolbars. In the Commands box, click the macro you are recording, and drag it to the toolbar or menu you want to assign it to. Click Close to begin recording the macro.

To assign the macro to shortcut keys, click Keyboard. In the Commands box, click the macro you are recording. In the Press new shortcut key box, type the key sequence. Click Close to begin recording the macro.

6 Perform the actions you want to include in your macro.

The macro recorder cannot record mouse actions in a document window. You must use the keyboard when recording such actions as moving the insertion point or selecting, copying, or moving text. However, you can use the mouse to click commands and options when you're recording a macro.

7 To stop recording your macro, click Stop Recording  .

Note   If you give a new macro the same name as an existing built-in macro in Word, the new macro actions will replace the existing actions. For example, the File menu command Close has a macro attached to it called FileClose. If you record a new macro and name it FileClose, it becomes attached to the Close command. When you choose the Close command, Word performs the new actions you recorded. To view a list of built-in macros in Word, point to Macro on the Tools menu, and then click Macros. Choose Word Commands from the Macros in drop-down list.

Run a macro

1 On the Tools menu, point to Macro, and then click Macros.

2 In the Macro name box, click the name of the macro you want to run.

If the macro doesn't appear in the list, select a different list of macros in the Macros in box.

3 Click Run.

Exercises Using BCT 2 Textbook

Complete each of the following exercises,when completed have them checked and signed off on the checklist.

Autotext Exercises

p 354 Task 11.1


p 365 Task 11.2


p 366 Task 11.3

Task 11.4  p 368
Task 11.5a p 370
Task 11.12 p 385
Task 11.13 p 387
Task 11.14 p 387
TAsk 11.15 p 388

Useful links
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