Links and Footnotes Exercise
Practice your skills in creating hyperlinks and footnotes. You are given a starter document as usual and your goal is to create hyperlinks and footnotes. The final result should like the image below.
Open the file links-footnotes-exercise-start.odt. You will work in this document.
Open the file links-footnotes-exercise-solution.pdf to use as a guide.
Insert, resize and position the image links-footnotes-exercise-armstrong.jpg. Use Wrap Off as usual.
Create a hyperlink on the word Wikipedia to the web address
Create a hyperlink on the Louis Armstrong image to the web address
Create a first footnote next to the word melody with the text:
A group of notes of various pitches (how high or low a note sounds) which are played one after another.
Create a second footnote next to the word clarinet with the text:
Also know as the woodwind instrument. It has a single-reed mouthpiece, a straight cylindrical tube with an almost cylindrical bore, and a flared bell.
Caution. When copy and pasting to the footnote use unformatted pasting. Right click and select Paste Special > Unformatted Text command. If you use normal pasting you spoil the footnote formatting
Format the text as needed. Format the title and subtitle, create the list and format the words that need bold.
Save your file and submit.