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Your Name, Today’s Date
Quest Specialty Travel
Last Minute Travel Deals
For an adventure sooner rather than later, check out this month’s last minute travel deals. Each of the
trips listed below begins in the next few weeks, so immediate booking is essential. These special travel
deals on select adventures change frequently and sell out fast. For personal assistance from a QST travel
specialist call 1-833-555-TOUR (1-833-555-8687) or visit www.questspecialtytravel.com. Our online
booking process is fast, easy, and secure.
Trip Dates Cost
Rajasthan Desert Safari Oct. 1-15 $1,645
Everest Base Camp Trek Oct. 7-28 $1,950
Cycling in Provence Oct. 13-20 $1,120
Inca Highlands Explorer Oct. 14-28 $1,140
Rajasthan Desert Safari
An unforgettable journey by plane, rail, bus, and camel through the colorful, undulating landscape of
Rajasthan and the Great Thar desert, this tour explores the forts, temples, palaces, and bazaars of the
fabled cities along old camel caravan routes. Participants choose between the Camel Safari and the
Maharaja Experience. Accommodations are hotels, with camping on the Camel Safari. 15 days.
Arrive/Depart Delhi.
Camel Safari
The 2-day camel safari begins in the small 12th century caravan city of Jaisalmer. After completing the
camel safari last year, New York Times travel writer Edith Das described the experience:
“Traversing the starkly beautiful dunes of the desert wilderness, we delighted at the sight of herds of
chinkara antelope and treasured a glimpse of the Great Indian bustard. Near the end, Jaisalmer
reappeared like a vision from the Arabian Nights, its intriguingly carved yellow stone towers rising
mirage-like out of the horizon.”
Maharaja Experience
The 2-day tour explores the magical fort in Jaisalmer, with plenty of personal time for shopping and
relaxing.
Everest Base Camp Trek
Following the classic Everest expedition route, this trek leads hikers past the colorful fluttering prayer
flags and Buddhist monasteries of traditional Sherpa villages, to the foot of Mount Everest. We
rendezvous in Katmandu, fly to Lukla, and traverse the pine and rhododendron forests of the Dudh Kosi
River valley to Namche Bazaar, the bustling center of the Sherpa region. From there we ascend Kala
Pattar, high above the tree line, for suburb views of Everest, Lhotse, and Nuptse. Two nights at the
Everest base camp allows us ample time to explore the base of the mountain, before returning to Lukla
via the lost valleys, high mountain passes, and remote villages of the Khumbu region. Accommodations
include a hotel in Katmandu and 17 nights camping. 22 days. Arrive/Depart Katmandu.
The following 3-day add-ons are available. Choose one:
Royal Chitwan National Park
Pokhara – Valley of Lakes
Trishuli River Rafting Adventure
Last-minute participants in the Everest Base Camp trek must be able to arrange the following by
September 25:
A valid entry visa for Nepal.
Vaccination or protection against malaria, typhoid, infectious hepatitis, tetanus, and polio.
Travel insurance that includes medical evacuation and repatriation of remains.
A medical examination certifying the participant is fit enough to trek eight or nine hours a day at a
maximum altitude of 18,200 feet.
Cycling in Provence
The fertile, rambling terrain of Provence provides the backdrop for this easy-going trip. Days are spent
cycling between pleasant medieval towns and delightful villages, with ample time to linger at the sights
along the way. At night, we relax in the comfort and warmth of small, local hotels. The average daily ride
is 30 miles, but there are options for longer routes if you want to cycle more. 8 days. Arrive/Depart Nice.
Inca Highlands Explorer
This epic overland adventure combines the highlights of Inca civilization with an astonishing five-day
Andean trek through cloud forests and snow-capped peaks to the ancient Inca site of Machu Picchu. We
then travel by road to gorgeous Lake Titicaca, birthplace of the Inca legend, and on to La Paz, Bolivia, the
world’s highest capital city. Accommodations include camping and hotels. 15 days. Arrive Lima/Depart
La Paz.
LAB C
WORD: Processing, Desktop Publishing &
Multimedia Document
1. Formatting Text and Paragraphs
i. Formatting with FONTS
a. Open the file WORD-1.docx from Canvas and save it as your Word Lab C file
b. Scroll the document to get a feel of its contents, press [CTRL][HOME], press [CTRL][A],
which selects the entire document
i. Click the FONT LIST ARROW, in the Font group
ii. Drag the pointer slowly down the font names in the Font list, then click Garamond
iii. Click the FONT SIZE LIST arrow in the Font group, select size 12
iv. Select the Quest Specialty Travel Last Minuet Travel Deals, click the Font List
Arrow, click Trebuchet MS, click Font Size 22, the click the Bold button in the
FONT group
v. Font Color needs to be Blue Accent 1
vi. Deselect the text.
vii. Select the heading “Rajasthan Desert Safari”, the using the MINI TOOLBAR, click
the font list arrow, select Trebuchet MS, Font size 14, color: Dark Blue, Text 2,
and make it BOLD
ii. Copying Formats Using Format Painter
c. Select “immediate booking is essential” in the first body paragraph, click BOLD on the mini
toolbar, select the entire paragraph (3 clicks) than ITLICIZE from the mini toolbar
d. Select Last Minute Travel Deal, the click the launcher in the FONT group
e. Scroll down the size list and select 48, color: red, accent 2, the click the SHADOW CHECK
BOX, click ok, and deselect the text
f. Select “Last minute travel deals”, right-click, click Font in the Edit menu, click the
Character Spacing TAB, click the Scale list arrow, click 80%, then OK, then deselect the
text
g. Scroll down, select the subheading “Camel Safari”, then click the FORMAT PAINTER in the
clipboard group (your pointer changes to a brush)
h. Scroll down to “Maharaja Experience” select it with the brush pointer, then deselect the
text
i. Scroll up to “Rajasthan Desert Safari” the double-click the FORMAT PAINER, which allow it
to remain active until you click it again to turn it off.
j. Select the heading: “Everest Base Camp Trek, Cycling in Provence, Inca Highlands Explorer”
with the brush-pointer, then click it again to turn off format painter.
iii. Changing Line and Paragraph Spacing
k. Press [CTRL][HOME], click the SHOW/HIDE Paragraph button in the paragraph group,
place the insertion point in the italicized paragraph under the title, the click the LINE
SPACING LIST ARROW in the paragraph tab
l. Click 1.15
m. Select the five-line list that begins with Trip Dates Cost click the line spacing list and set it
to 1.5
n. Scroll down, place the insertion point in the heading Rajasthan Desert Safari, the click the
PAGE LAYOUT TAB
o. Click the AFTER UP ARROW in the Spacing section of the paragraph group so the 6pt
appears
p. Scroll down, select “Cycling in Provence” press and hold [CTRL], select “Inca Highlands
Explorer”, release the [CTRL] then press F4
q. Press [CTRL][HOME],place the insertion point in “Last Minute Travel Deals” click the
BEFORE UP ARROW in the spacing section of the paragraph group twice so that 12pt
appears.
iv. Aligning Paragraphs
r. Replace Your Name, Today’s Date with your name, a comma, and the date
s. Select your name, the comma, and the date, then click the ALIGN RIGHT BUTTON in the
paragraph group.
t. Place the insertion point between your name and the comma, press [DELETE] to remove
the comma
u. Select the two-line title, then click CENTER BUTTON in the paragraph group a. Scroll down
as needed, place the insertion point in the “Rajasthan Desert Safari” heading, the click
Center button
THEN Place the insertion point in the italicized paragraph under the title, then click
the JUSTIFY BUTTON in the paragraph group.
v. Place the insertion point in the “Rajasthan Desert Safari” then click the LAUNCHER
in the paragraph group
a. Click the ALIGNMENT LIST ARROW
b. Click LEFT
c. Click OK
w. Scroll to find the five-line list beginning with “Trip Dates Cost”
a. Point to the tab indicator on the Top LEFT corner of the work page
b. Click to see the different options
c. Return to L (left tab) and click the 1” mark on the horizontal ruler at the top of
your page
d. Add a second left tab at 3 ½” mark
e. Click on the corner to activate the RIGHT TAB (backwards L)
f. Add a RIGHT tab at 5” mark
x. Place the insertion point before “Trip” in the first line in the list, press [TAB], place the
insertion point before the DATES, press [TAB], place the insertion point before the COST,
press [TAB]
2. Data / Text Integration: Inserting the Weather spreadsheet and CUSTOMER database into a
document
a. Continue at the bottom of the text you have already worked with so far.
b. Move to a new page. Move your cursor to where you want to insert the spreadsheet.
c. Go to tab: INSERT, find the TEXT group Select OBJECT pull down tab to add the text
d. On the bottom of the window that opens change File Type to ALL FILES
e. Go to your H: drive where you have stored your LAB A – part 1 spreadsheet
1. Select the icon named Weather making sure it is the TEXT version NOT the Excel
version (or save as text, tab delimited if needed)
2. Click on this icon and WORD will insert it into the document at the location of your
cursor.
3. NOW DO THE SAME with INSERT OBJECT:
d. Go to tab: INSERT, find the TEXT group Select OBJECT pull down tab to add the
excel file
e. Inside the CREATE NEW TAB select MICROSOFT EXCEL WORKSHEET
f. Because we are loading an existing file we need to go to the CREATE FROM FILE tab and
click on the BROWSE button to find the spreadsheet we are inserting
g. This time select the EXCEL spreadsheet icon (Use SHEET 1), NOT the text version.
h. Click OK and your Budget spreadsheet will appear at the cursor location
i. Change VIEW to NORMAL to get back to word processing.
j. INSERT CUSTOMER TABLE:
k. Move the cursor to where you want to insert the CUSTOMER table
l. Go to tab: INSERT, find the TEXT group Select OBJECT pull down tab to add the
table
m. Click on the CUSTOMER TEXT file you create in ACCESS.
n. Click OK and your CUSTOMER table will appear at the cursor location
o. Save your WORD document with FILE  SAVE AS
3. Graphics (DESKTOP PUBLISHING) and Multimedia
a. USING THE FORMAT MENU: Use any piece of TEXT
b. Create some BULLETED items. Use various FORMATS.
c. Create some NUMBERED items.
d. Create BORDERS format by selecting SHADOW and 3D. Note a mockup appears to the
right.
e. Experiment with FONT, COLORS, and STYLES
f. INSERT  SYMBOL at a desired cursor location.
g. Change the size of a symbol by marking the symbol with the mouse and changing FONT
SIZE.
h. Also try WINGDINGS FONTS inside INSERT  SYMBOL
i. INSERT  PICTURE. Use this command to insert artwork, sounds, and animation. Click
on CLIP ART
j. Select a picture and click on it.
k. This will insert the picture in your document at the cursor location.
l. Now do the same with SOUNDS.
m. Then do the same with MOTION CLIPS.
Continue with….
Web exercise
WEB (on next page)
Continue at the bottom of the text you have already worked with so far.
1. Locate Dell, IBM or some other organization using the URL
a. Start INTERNET with your favorite Browser (Firefox, Chrome, etc)
b. Enter the URL: www.dell.com Look at how to order a system on line.
c. Enter the URL: www.ibm.com Look at the on‐line patents, specifically on Robotics.
d. Enter the URL: www.ca.gov Look at the DMV information.
2. Use GOOGLE search engine to locate an article on computer security and download it to your word
processing document
a. Enter the URL: www.google.com
b. Enter a search for: Computer Security
c. Click on an article
d. SAVE AS: Give the article a name, change the LOCATION to the H: drive or USB
e. Now open your WORD document created in the previous lab.
f. Place your cursor where you would like to insert the web text.
g. Go to tab: INSERT find the TEXT group Select OBJECT pull down tab to add the text
3. Locate articles on Hacking and Viruses and copy them into WORD
a. Go to a search engine
b. Use a key word search to search: Hacking and Viruses
c. Select an article and open it
d. Use the mouse to mark some text, and use the COPY command in the browser to copy it to the
clipboard
e. Open up your word document
f. Move the cursor where you want the text and PASTE
4. Use the Yellow Pages to find a business
a. Run a search engine and click on Yellow Pages
b. Enter city: Miami, Type of business: Golf Carts
c. Enter city: New Orleans, Type of business: Attorneys or Lawyers
d. Cut and past your information into WORD.
e. SAVE and BACKUP your work.

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