Word 2013 part 1 of 6 project.

| November 17, 2015

Open Protect Issues doc.

2. Format the text form the first paragrpah of text below the title to the end of the doc into two columns with 0.4 inch between columns.

3. Move the insertion pt to the end of the doc and then insert and continuous pt to the end of the doc and then insert a continuous section break to balance the columns on the second page.

4.Press ctrl+home to move the insertion pt to the beginning of the doc.

5. Display the INsert Pictures window (click the online pics button on the INSERT tab), type computer privacy magnifying glass in the search text box, and then press enter. Inert the clip art image with a man in a blue hat. ( if not available choose another related to computer and privacy.

6.Make the following cusomizstions to the clip art image: change the height to 1 in. Change the color of the clip art image to blue, acent color 1 light. Correct the contrast to brightness o percent normal contrast +20 percent. Change the positon fo the clip art image to postion in middle left with square text wrapping. Use the rotate object button in the arrange group and flip the clip art image horizontally.

7. MOve the insertion point to the beginning of the paragraph immediately below the INtellectual Property Protection headein ( located on sedon page). INsert the Austion Quote built in text box and then make the following customizations; TYpe in the text box: ” Plagiarism may be punished by law, and in many educational instutions it can result in suspension or even expulsion.” Selec tthe text and change to 11 pts. Change the width of the tex box to 2.8 in. CHange the postion of the text box to position in top center with square text wrapping.

8. Press ctl+end

9.Cahnge back to one column

10. Press enter twice and insert a shape near the insertion poin using the plaque shape (located in the second row in the basic shapes section) and make the foloowing cusomtizations: change the shape heigt to 1.4 in an the shape width to 3.9 in. Use th align button in the arrange group and distribute the shape horizontally. APply he subtle effect blue accent 1 shape stule (2nd col 4th row) Type the text Felicite’ Compagnie inside th eshape.Insert the symbol that automatically has the line over the e at the symbol dialog box with the normal text font selected. Insert the current date below the Felicite Compagnie and insert the current time below the date. Select the text in the shape, change the font o 14 and apply bold ofrmatting. Manually hyphenate the doc but do not hyphenate headings or proper names. Create a drop cap with the first letter of the word The that begins the first paragraph of text below the tite. Save.

Attachments:Open Protect Issues doc.

  1. Format the text form the first paragrpah of text below the title to the end of the doc into two columns with 0.4 inch between columns.
  2. Move the insertion pt to the end of the doc and then insert and continuous pt to the end of the doc and then insert a continuous section break to balance the columns on the second page.

4.Press ctrl+home to move the insertion pt to the beginning of the doc.

  1. Display the INsert Pictures window (click the online pics button on the INSERT tab), type computer privacy magnifying glass in the search text box, and then press enter. Inert the clip art image with a man in a blue hat. ( if not available choose another related to computer and privacy.

6.Make the following cusomizstions to the clip art image: change the height to 1 in. Change the color of the clip art image to blue, acent color 1 light. Correct the contrast to brightness o percent normal contrast +20 percent. Change the positon fo the clip art image to postion in middle left with square text wrapping. Use the rotate object button in the arrange group and flip the clip art image horizontally.

  1. MOve the insertion point to the beginning of the paragraph immediately below the INtellectual Property Protection headein ( located on sedon page). INsert the Austion Quote built in text box and then make the following customizations; TYpe in the text box: ” Plagiarism may be punished by law, and in many educational instutions it can result in suspension or even expulsion.” Selec tthe text and change to 11 pts. Change the width of the tex box to 2.8 in. CHange the postion of the text box to position in top center with square text wrapping.
  2. Press ctl+end

9.Cahnge back to one column

  1. Press enter twice and insert a shape near the insertion poin using the plaque shape (located in the second row in the basic shapes section) and make the foloowing cusomtizations: change the shape heigt to 1.4 in an the shape width to 3.9 in. Use th align button in the arrange group and distribute the shape horizontally. APply he subtle effect blue accent 1 shape stule (2nd col 4th row) Type the text Felicite’ Compagnie inside th eshape.Insert the symbol that automatically has the line over the e at the symbol dialog box with the normal text font selected. Insert the current date below the Felicite Compagnie and insert the current time below the date. Select the text in the shape, change the font o 14 and apply bold ofrmatting. Manually hyphenate the doc but do not hyphenate headings or proper names. Create a drop cap with the first letter of the word The that begins the first paragraph of text below the tite. Save.

Attachments: 

 PROPERTY PROTECTION ISSUES

The ability to link computers through the Internet offers many advantages. With linked computers, we can quickly and easily communicate with other users around the world, sharing files and other data with a few simple keystrokes. The convenience provided by linking computers through the Internet also has some drawbacks. Computer viruses can travel around the world in seconds, damaging programs and files. Hackers can enter into systems without authorization and steal or alter data. In addition, the wealth of information on the Web and the increased ease with which it can be copied have made plagiarizing easy. Plagiarism is using others’ ideas and creations (their intellectual property) without permission.

All of these ethical issues revolve around property rights, the right of someone to protect and control the things he or she owns. A solid legal framework ensuring the protection of personal property exists, but computers have created many new issues that challenge conventional interpretations of these laws.

Intellectual Property

Intellectual property includes just about anything that can be created by the agency of the human mind. To encourage innovation and improvement and thus benefit society as a whole, our legal system grants patents to those who invent new and better ways of doing things. A patent awards ownership of an idea or invention to its creator for a fixed number of years. This allows the inventor the right to charge others for the use of the invention. To encourage and protect artistic and literary endeavors, authors and artists are awarded copyrights to the material they create, allowing them the right to control the use of their works and charge others for their use. Patent and copyright violation is punishable by law, and prosecutions and convictions are frequent. The legal framework protecting intellectual property has come under constant challenge as technology has moved forward.

With the Internet, accessing and copying written works that may be protected is easy. Today, authors are increasingly dismayed to find copies of their works appearing on the Internet without their permission. The same problem occurs with graphic and artistic images on the Internet, such as photographs and artwork. Once placed on the Web, they can be copied and reused numerous times. Unauthorized copying of items appearing on websites is difficult and sometimes even technically impossible to prevent.

Fair Use

Situations exist in which using work written by others is permissible. Using another person’s material without permission is allowed as long as the use is acknowledged, is used for noncommercial purposes, and involves only the use of limited excerpts of protected material, such as no more than 300 words of prose and one line of poetry. Such a right is called fair use and is dealt with under the U.S. Copyright Act, Section 107. Even under the Fair Use provision, describing the source of the material is important. Plagiarism may be punished by law, and in many educational institutions it can result in suspension or even expulsion.

Intellectual Property Protection

The problem faced by intellectual property owners in the digital age is twofold. First, new technology has presented new difficulties in interpreting previous understandings dealing with the protection of intellectual property, such as difficulties applying the Fair Use provision to Internet material. Second, the new technical capabilities brought about by digital technologies have greatly increased the ease with which intellectual property can be appropriated and used without authorization, making policing and protecting intellectual property very difficult. Intellectual property owners have formed new organizations to ensure the protection of their property.

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