Director’s Request for PCs using MS Word Table, MS Access, and MS PowerPoint

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Director’s Request for PCs using MS Word Table, MS Access, and MS PowerPoint

Case Study – Using MS Office 2010 / 2013 / 365

Please use the document “READ FIRST - Case Study Instructions – Director’s Requirements” for each of the

parts described below.

Part 1: Specifications Table (MS Word)

Use the project description HERE to complete this activity. For a review of the complete rubric used in grading

this exercise, click on the Assignments tab, then on the title Case Study Part 1 - PC Specs (Word)– click on Show

Rubrics if the rubric is not already displayed.

For the case study provided to you, create MS Word tables that identify and contain the hardware and software

requirements to meet the director's requirements. The MS Word document in its final form will include 6 MS Word tables.

It will include a two-paragraph narrative summary that classifies the user type and identifies the PC category that will be

recommended. The specific instructions are found in the table at the end of this file.

Students are expected to conduct external research to adequately address all aspects of the assignment requirements. It

is suggested that students use a computer manufacturer's site (i.e., Apple, Dell, Toshiba) to help in identifying all the

components needed to meet the director's requirements. Remember, although there are 5 computers to be purchased,

you are required to configure only one, as the same one may be purchased for all 5 employees. Any outside sources

should be correctly cited in APA style at the end of the table. Students will need to include specific requirements from the

case study to show why each item is being recommended. Each element listed below must be incorporated into the

assignment. Omissions will result in loss of points.

Make and model and description are required, when at all possible.. For example, if the solution suggested is a 32” IBM

Monitor, say so. Do not just say monitor because that does not provide sufficient information for a purchase. It is not

necessary, for example, to identify the make and model of a USB port.

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