Writing exercise 4: tables and charts
Four things here (some with multiple elements), all to be included in a single Word document (titled "Tables Exercise"):
1) Insert an MS Word table of two rows and seven columns containing your work, school, and recreational schedule for one full week (so the top row should have the days of the week and the second row the various activities scheduled for each day). Put some effort into formatting the table: explore options in styles, shading, borders, etc., making it sharp and easy to scan.
2) Copy the following table of MVP-year statistics for Hall of Famers Chipper Jones and Mickey Mantle into MS Excel, then create both a bar chart and a line chart for the data (try several options to see what's available and useful for clear visual comparison). You will have design (style) options for both, so click on a few possibilities to see what you like best. Be sure to give the chart an appropriate title. Copy and paste the chart into your word document, and resize or format additionally as needed.
Note: You should be able to copy the table from this web page and paste it into Excel.
4) In MS Excel create a table, a bar chart, and a line graph (or spray chart) displaying the following data, copying and pasting your three final products into your MS Word doc:
Submit the Word document to the Writing exercise 4 dropbox in D2L before the Friday 6:00 p.m. deadline.