In this session, you add highlighting (bold, italics, color, alternate fonts) to text according to the model you see below:
In the model, notice that items readers must click or select are bolded; names of fields and dialog boxes use initial caps but are not highlighted; italics is used for simple emphasis of a word where it is defined; and text that readers must type is shown in Courier New:
Now here's the text. Just copy it straight off the screen here, paste it into your preferred software, convert the body text to Times New Roman and the headings to Arial. Remember to delete the numbers for the numbered-list items, and reformat them using your preferred software:
Setting up TCP/IP protocol. Follow these steps to setup the TCP/IP protocol (set of signals that determine how computers communicate on a network) needed to connect to the PBS system:
1. Double-click the My Computer icon on your desktop, and then double-click the Control Panel folder.
2. Double-click the Network icon, and click the Add button in the Network dialog box.
3. In the Select Network Component Type dialog, click Protocol and then the Add button.
4.In the Select Network Protocol dialog, click Microsoft in the Manufacturers box, click TCP/IP in the Network Protocols box, and click OK.
5.When the protocol has been installed, restart your computer.
Creating the dial-up networking connection. Follow these steps to create the dial-up network connection for the PBS system:
1.Click on the Start menu, then select Programs > Accessories > Dial-Up Networking.
2.Double-click on Make a New Connection.
3.In the Make a New Connection dialog, name your new connection PBS, select your modem, and click Next.
4.In the next dialog, leave the Area Code field blank, enter 238-0616 in the Phone Number field, and click Next and then Finish.
5.Return to the dial-up networking window, right-click on the PBS icon you just created and click Properties.
6.In the dialog, click the Server Type tab, and click TCP/IP in the Network Protocol section. 7.Click OK until you are back to the dial-up networking window.
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