BSBWRT401 Write Complex Documents

Added on - 29 Apr 2020

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Running head: COMPLEX DOCUMENT1Complex DocumentStudent’s nameInstitutional affiliation
COMPLEX DOCUMENT2Complex Document1.Describe the ways in which fonts can be styled and the impact these have onformatting, readability, and appearance of documents.Microsoft word has numerous tools that can be used to make texts beautiful. It is importantfor the writer to make the document visual reading experience attractive by using the bestfonts[ CITATION Bra16 \l 1033 ]. The writer can install own fonts so that he/she can spice up thetext in the word document. There are millions of free fonts online but an individual needs toconsider whether the TTF or OTF format would be appropriate. For one to install the font,especially in Windows 10 version, it is important to double-click the TTF or OTF file. TheWindows Font Viewer will be opening automatically. Nonetheless, the font choice shouldcommunicate the message and match the overall design. Consequently, the audience andcontext would help in designing a font choice[CITATION Can17 \l 1033 ]. For instance, thebusiness card design requires fonts that are readable while the social media graphics requiresfonts, which can be displayed on the screen of a mobile device.It is advisable for the writerto go for serif fonts that have proved readable. The writer can use sans-serif fonts forheadings and subheadings because these fonts create a contrast to the body text. The writershould use proper font sizes for the body (12/13 points).2.Describe the ways in which headings can be styled and the impact these have onformatting, readability, and appearance of documents.Creating readable and attractive materials remain critical in any project. The writer mustconsider an effective design and layout of the document to improve the appearance andreadability of the documents[ CITATION Teand \l 1033 ]. Apart from selecting the best fonts, theheadings can ensure the material feel and look readable because it emphasizes impact andreadability. Headings in an article would guide the audience through the work. It becomesimportant for the writer to use questions in defining the headings. With such questions, the
COMPLEX DOCUMENT3headers would be conversational instead of formal[ CITATION Teand \l 1033 ].Headings needto be bold and big. These headings should be consistent throughout the body. The writer hasover nine levels of headings in the word. The structure of the headings can be sections,subsections or chapters. The chapters should have the highest level or heading 1, whilesections have heading 2 and heading 3 for subsections. This creates a hierarchal structure inthe text. The writer can use the quick format method to make headings. For instance, thewriter can select the heading and Press ALT+CONTROL with the level number.3.Describe the ways in which justification and alignments can be styled and theimpact these have on formatting, readability, and appearance of documents.Several ways can be used to make text justification and alignments. For instance, the writercan align texts horizontally and justify text using CTRL +L (Left alignment), CTRL +E(Center alignment), CTRL + R (Right alignment), CTRL + J (full justification) and CTRL +Shift + J (for distributing texts between indents)[ CITATION Cha17 \l 1033 ].The writer can alsovertically justify or align text on top, center, bottom, or align text to the margins or in tables.The topographic specifications for paragraphs depend in the way they appear to the margins.The left-aligned paragraphs, for instance, are evidence evident when paragraphs are butt upagainst the left text margin”[CITATION All14 \p 1 \l 1033 ]4.Describe the ways in which lists and tables can be styled and the impact thesehave on formatting, readability, and appearance of documents.The writers can use word’s built-in referencing styles to document figures and tables. TheWord referencing feature has made it easy for writers to document the tables within adocument[ CITATION Sus17 \l 1033 ]. Importantly, the writer should give these figures captionsto facilitate the generation of their lists. The caption is a descriptive title for the table. Withthe help of default settings, the writer can use the built-in captions for every figure to displaythe sequential numbers. The writer can click anywhere inside the table andclick referencing
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