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In this section, you'll discover how to make text bold, underline text, and change it to italics. You'll also learn something about bullets, tabs, indents, margins, and the Page Setup.

So, when you're ready, launch Microsoft Word.

When Word first starts up, you are given a blank page to type on. The name of this first start page is always Document 1. Click File > Save As and save your new document under a different name. You learnt how to do this in the previous section. Call it Crime Statistics.

When you have saved your new document under a different name, type in the following. Type it exactly as it is below.

Constable Tucker's Crime Statistics

January February March
Murder 0 0 0
Rape 0 0 0
Arson 0 0 0
House Burglary 0 0 0
Shop Burglary 0 0 0
Other Burglary 0 0 1*
Drunk Driving 1 1 1
Speeding 1 1 1

*Does not include Mr Irate's alleged theft from his sweet shop

The crimes committed are:
The theft of a Delia Smith Cookery book from Councilman Todd's chauffer
The same person was caught drink driving three times in three months
Councilman Todd's chauffer was also speeding when he was drink driving

If you don't fancy typing all that out, you can get a copy by clicking the link below:

Click here to get the Crime Statistics document

As you can see, Constable Tucker's statistics are a bit messy and difficult to read. We'll tidy the report up during the course of this section. First, we'll make some of the text bold.

Click here to move on to the Bold Text Section-->

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