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Cycle 1: Unit 10 Lessons 31 – 34 . Lesson 31 Objectives. Unbound Report. To learn format features of unbound reports. To process a one-page unbound report in proper format. Unbound Reports. Short reports are often prepared without covers or binders.

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Cycle 1: Unit 10
    • Lessons 31 – 34
lesson 31 objectives
Lesson 31 Objectives

UnboundReport

  • To learn format features of unbound reports.
  • To process a one-page unbound report in proper format.

Unit 10: Lesson 31

unbound reports
Unbound Reports
  • Short reports are often prepared without covers or binders.
  • Pages are usually fastened together in the upper-left corner by a staple or paper clip.

Unit 10: Lesson 31

standard margins
Standard Margins
  • The standard margins for unbound
  • reports are presented below.

Unit 10: Lesson 31

internal spacing
Internal Spacing
  • All parts of the report are SS using the 1.15 default line spacing.

Unit 10: Lesson 31

page numbers
Page Numbers

3

2

Unbound Report

  • The first page of an unbound report may or may not include a page number.
  • The reports keyed for this unit will not include a page number on the first page.

3

2

Unit 10: Lesson 31

page numbers1
Page Numbers
  • On the second and subsequent pages, the page number should be right- aligned at the top of the page.

#

Unit 10: Lesson 31

page numbers2
Page Numbers
  • The Page Number feature of your software can be used to automatically place the page number in the location you specify.

Unit 10: Lesson 31

titles and headings
Titles and Headings
  • The title of report is formatted using Title style.
  • Side headings keyed at left margin and formatted using Heading 1 style.
  • Capitalize first letters of words except prepositions in titles and side headings.

Unit 10: Lesson 31

titles and headings1
Titles and Headings
  • The default Title style is 26-point Cambria font (Dark Blue, Text 2) with a bottom border.

Unit 10: Lesson 31

titles and headings2
Titles and Headings
  • The default Heading 1 style is 14-pt. Cambria font (Blue, Accent 1).

Unit 10: Lesson 31

lesson 32 objectives
Lesson 32 Objectives
  • To process a two-page unbound report in proper format.
  • To format textual citations in a report.
  • To process references.

Unit 10: Lesson 32

textual citations
Textual Citations
  • References used to give credit for paraphrased or quoted material — called textual citations — are keyed in parentheses in the body of the report.
  • Textual citations include
    • the names(s) of the author(s),
    • year of publication,
    • and page number(s) of the material cited.

Unit 10: Lesson 32

textual citations1
Textual Citations
  • Note: For electronic (Internet) references, textual citations include
    • the name(s) of the author(s)
    • and the year of publication.
  • When there are two articles by same author, title of article will also be included, as shown on next slide.

Unit 10: Lesson 32

textual citations2
Textual Citations

Remember: When there are two articles by the same author, the title of the article will also be included.

Unit 10: Lesson 32

textual citations3
Textual Citations
  • Quotations of up to three keyed lines are enclosed in quotation marks.

Unit 10: Lesson 32

textual citations4
Textual Citations
  • Long quotations (four lines or more) are indented 0.5" from the left margin.
  • Paraphrased material is not enclosed in quotation marks, nor is it indented.

Unit 10: Lesson 32

textual citations5
Textual Citations
  • An ellipsis (. . .) is used to indicate material omitted from a quotation.
  • If the omitted material occurs at the end of a sentence, include the period or other punctuation before the ellipsis.

Unit 10: Lesson 32

reference lists
Reference Lists
  • All references are listed alphabetically by author’s last name under title References (or Bibliography or Works Cited).
  • The References section is formatted with the same margins as first page of report.

Unit 10: Lesson 32

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Reference Lists

Page # at top right

References is keyed 2" from the top margin using the Title style.

1”

1.5”

Begin the first line of each reference at the left margin.

Indent other lines 0.5" (hanging indent format).

Unit 10: Lesson 32

lesson 33 objectives
Lesson 33 Objectives
  • To process a two-page unbound report and references page in proper format.

Unit 10: Lesson 33

lesson 34 objectives
Lesson 34 Objectives
  • To process a two-page unbound report in Word 2003 format (traditional style).
  • To process a references page.

Unit 10: Lesson 34

two page unbound report
Two-page Unbound Report

2” TM

1” SM

Unit 10: Lesson 34

two page unbound report1
Two-page Unbound Report

Title –

14pt. Bold,

ALL CAPS

0.5" ¶ Indent

Bold side

headings

Unit 10: Lesson 34

two page unbound report2
Two-page Unbound Report

Textual Citations

DS Body

Unit 10: Lesson 34

two page unbound report3
Two-page Unbound Report

Page Number

Word 2003. The REFERENCES title is

bolded, centered, and keyed in ALL

CAPS in 14 pt. 2" from TM.

Hanging Indent

Unit 10: Lesson 34