O.K. hotshot - see if you can do this one by yourself.

Go to this website for an image: Heart Link Go to this website to label the parts: The Human Heart

Right click on the image of the heart. Go to "Save Image As". When you click on "Save Image As" the computer will try to save the image in the Sample Picture folder. Save the image in the Sample Image Folder.

Open a new spreadsheet. Save it as: Last_First_SSAsg23

Open the spreadsheet. Go to "Format", "Sheet", "Background" and find your heart picture you just downloaded and saved. Put the heart picture in the background.

Now figure out where the left atrium, right atrium, left ventricle, right ventricle, superior vena cava, inferior vena cava, aorta, and the pulmonary arties/veins go. Use the link on the second line at the top of the page to label the parts. Be sure to get it right.

Here's how you do the spreadsheet stuff. Once you know where the left atrium really is, put your cursor on the cell that is closest to it on the spreadsheet. Then go to "Review", "Comment" - make the comment say Left Atrium - format it so it looks cool. Do the rest. Figure out how you get the comments to show when looking at the spreadsheet. Be a doctor!  Is this cool, or what?