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Access the user manual for any one of the following programs or applications:
• Microsoft® Access
• Microsoft® PowerPoint®
• Microsoft® Excel
• Microsoft® Word
• Microsoft® Outlook®
User manuals are available via the “Help” menu in any of the above mentioned programs. Do not use the Microsoft® Office® Online function to access the user manual. Prepare a 2-3 page critique of the user manual’s organization, layout, use of visuals, and written instructions. Use the criteria and best practices

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    Revise an explanation to eliminate density. Read the following dense paragraph and revise it to make it more coherent. You may separate the material into shorter paragraphs, use lists, and add or delete material. This information was part of a memo informing employees about changes in procedures dealing with scrapped parts.

    Several steps must be taken to separate and stage inventory to be scrapped. The first step is to locate and stage all excel parts.
    The white tag on each part will identify the part as either EXCESS, GOOD or EXCESS, DAMAGED. Parts tagged EXCESS, GOOD should be staged in bin #020185. Parts tagged EXCESS, DAMAGED should be staged in Bin #020186 for further sorting and staging by code.
    The code is etched into the frame of each part:
    1. 1A – defective consumable
    2. 1B – unidentified damage
    3. 1C – vendor return/un-repairable
    4. 1D – identifiable damage.
    Parts labeled code 1A, defective consumable, are staged in bin #020188, to be automatically scrapped without further investigation.
    Parts labeled code 1C, vendor return/un-repairable, are staged in bin #020189; these parts can also be automatically scrapped.
    If a part is labeled code 1B, additional information is required.
    Code 1B parts should be visually examined for signs of damage such as broken chips or split jumper cables. Parts with observable damage should be placed on a skid in bin #020187.
    Parts with no observable damage should be hand carried to the Repair Center where each part will be tested to determine the extent of damage. Parts the Repair Center determines cannot be repaired are staged in bin #020187. Parts the Repair Center believes are repairable are place in the Repair Stockroom and scheduled for repair. Parts labeled with code 1D are staged in bin #020190. When ten or more skids have accumulated, the manager should be notified to check the accumulated pars and fill out a justification form to scrap each part.

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    How to rewrite..Revise an explanation to eliminate density. Read the following dense paragraph and revise it to make it more coherent. You may separate the material into shorter paragraphs, use lists, and add or delete material. This information was part of a memo informing employees about changes in procedures dealing with scrapped parts.

    Several steps must be taken to separate and stage inventory to be scrapped. The first step is to locate and stage all excel parts.
    The white tag on each part will identify the part as either EXCESS, GOOD or EXCESS, DAMAGED. Parts tagged EXCESS, GOOD should be staged in bin #020185. Parts tagged EXCESS, DAMAGED should be staged in Bin #020186 for further sorting and staging by code.
    The code is etched into the frame of each part:
    1. 1A – defective consumable
    2. 1B – unidentified damage
    3. 1C – vendor return/un-repairable
    4. 1D – identifiable damage.
    Parts labeled code 1A, defective consumable, are staged in bin #020188, to be automatically scrapped without further investigation.
    Parts labeled code 1C, vendor return/un-repairable, are staged in bin #020189; these parts can also be automatically scrapped.
    If a part is labeled code 1B, additional information is required.
    Code 1B parts should be visually examined for signs of damage such as broken chips or split jumper cables. Parts with observable damage should be placed on a skid in bin #020187.
    Parts with no observable damage should be hand carried to the Repair Center where each part will be tested to determine the extent of damage. Parts the Repair Center determines cannot be repaired are staged in bin #020187. Parts the Repair Center believes are repairable are place in the Repair Stockroom and scheduled for repair. Parts labeled with code 1D are staged in bin #020190. When ten or more skids have accumulated, the manager should be notified to check the accumulated pars and fill out a justification form to scrap each part.

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