Solve the Sherlock Holmes Mysteries in Word and Excel – A Bundle

Solve the Sherlock Holmes Mysteries in Word and Excel – A Bundle
Solve the Sherlock Holmes Mysteries in Word and Excel – A Bundle
Solve the Sherlock Holmes Mysteries in Word and Excel – A Bundle
Solve the Sherlock Holmes Mysteries in Word and Excel – A Bundle
Solve the Sherlock Holmes Mysteries in Word and Excel – A Bundle
Solve the Sherlock Holmes Mysteries in Word and Excel – A Bundle
Solve the Sherlock Holmes Mysteries in Word and Excel – A Bundle
Solve the Sherlock Holmes Mysteries in Word and Excel – A Bundle
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  1. Who ate the cookies? Students use clues to find out which suspect ate all of the cookies in this mystery! This is a fun way for students to explore Microsoft Word Basics. The students use the different fonts, the colors, bold, italics in the Font Section. In the Paragraph section, they work on a
  2. Students become detectives and help solve who has the most steps in a week. Get Students out walking to get the most steps as they become part of the mystery! This is a fun way for students to explore Microsoft Excel Basics. Students use autosum to find the answer. An exciting way to learn Excel
  3. A baseball was hit and broke the window! Who broke it? Students use clues to find out which suspect broke the window in this mystery! This is a fun way for students to explore Microsoft Word Basics. The students use colors, italics, highlighting, and change of case as well as aligning the text a
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Solve the Sherlock Holmes Mystery in Microsoft Word – The Case of the Missing Cookies

Who ate the cookies? Students use clues to find out which suspect ate all of the cookies in this mystery! This is a fun way for students to explore Microsoft Word Basics. The students use the different fonts, the colors, bold, italics in the Font Section. In the Paragraph section, they work on aligning the text and numbering.

Solve the Sherlock Holmes Mystery in Microsoft Word – The Case of the Broken Window

A baseball was hit and broke the window! Who broke it? Students use clues to find out which suspect broke the window in this mystery! This is a fun way for students to explore Microsoft Word Basics. The students use the colors, italics, highlighting, and change of case in the Font Section. In the Paragraph section, they work on aligning the text and numbering. Under the Insert ribbon, students have fun adding Word Art and a picture to their page.

Solve the Sherlock Holmes Mystery in Microsoft Excel – The Race Case

Students become detectives and help solve who has the most steps in a week. Get Students out walking to get the most steps as they become part of the mystery! This is a fun way for students to explore Microsoft Excel Basics. Students use autosum to find the answer. An exciting way to learn Excel!

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