3:2 Select and use appropriate techniques to format characters and paragraphs
There are tools to transform the text in a document, the most commonly used ones are presented at the top of the system.
There are also other options within the ‘Format’ icon at the top of the page. This will allow you to change the size of text along with the colour, font, etc.
First highlight the text that you want to change, then click on the options you want to use. This will modify all that has been chosen.
There is an option to use the Paragraph tool which will add behaviour to the highlighted text and give that block the same characteristics as all the other section to give a feel of continuity.
3:3 Select and use appropriate page and section layouts to present and print multi-page and multi-section documents
For a document with several pages you can use a blank page setup and type up or import all the information, whether that includes charts or images. If the text has chapters then headers can be placed to section off the pages.
If you require to print off just segments of the document then this can be accomplished with the printing properties option. Allocating a print range to the pages will only print the selected items. This is also where you would alter the amount of printouts that are to be created.
3:4 Check documents meet needs, using IT tools and marking corrections as necessary
If a document is for an essay that states there is a minimum character count requirement you can use the tool on most word processing documents called a counter or words. This will keep a log as you go through the information you input.
There is a spell checking tool that you can either use by highlighting an individual word or the whole document to work through any errors.
Proof reading the document and visually checking that all the information has been imported correctly should be a standard part of creating the literature.
3.5 Evaluate the quality of the Documents produced to ensure they are ?t for purpose
Before printing or distributing a document, you need to check the document thoroughly to see if it meets the needs of the audience and the organisation or for whatever purpose it was created. Utilising the tools available in the word processing software that you are using to make sure that the document meets the needs and requirements.
Spell check and grammar check, but manual spell check and grammar check is advisable.Check for misuse of capitals, punctuation marks, grammar and other related errors. Using different methods of spell checking can be helpful to make sure no mistake are made.
Check to see that the numbers used in the document have the correct number of decimal points and that the ?gures are accurate, that the calculations are correct and error free.
Hyphenation, page layout and margins, line breaks, page breaks, column breaks and paragraph breaks ,tables, images, other graphics, print layout are also things that need to be taken into consideration when creating a document.
3:6 Respond appropriately to any quality problems with documents to ensure that outcomes meet needs and are ?t for purpose
When printing out documents you have to check that there is enough ink in the printer so that there is no faded sheets and that the text is legible. Some times printers leave streaks through the paper if there is an issue with the machine. Most companies have more than one printer so this can alway be sent to another machine.
Checking the quality of any images that are used can also be seen more clearly on a pre run of the documents as the pixels on a computer screen may not show any visual issues with the quality of the picture. Blurring and false colouration will only show up on the hard copy of the document.
Choosing a better quality of paper is something that can be arranged before you have printed the document and bindings to ?nish off the document to give it a professional feel.
Getting another individual to read through the items and access the text and images, getting them to give you feed

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