MS Word

You have developed a plan for what to cover in your next team meeting, as shown in the table below:

Primary Activities Sub-Activities
Review of previous MoM  
Manager Report

Monthly status
Update on tasks

Old clients

Issues raised

New clients

Updates from relationship managers
Other new business

To distribute to your team so they can prepare for the meeting, use the following guidelines when creating your agenda:

  1. Create the agenda in list form, as shown in the image below.

    Agenda multilevel list

  2. Put primary meeting activities into a numbered list.
  3. Put each primary activity’s sub-activity using lowercase letters.
  4. You do not need to match the numbering/lettering punctuation style shown in the image exactly, just make sure that numbers and lowercase letters are being used in the right places, regardless of punctuation.

Download ‘Agenda-Template.docx’ and follow the instructions to create the agenda.

When you have completed your work, save it in .docx format, then upload that file for evaluation.

After reading the question

Get the template file:

Download Template File

Use "Agenda-Template.docx" as the baseline for your answer.

Submit your answer:

Make the requested changes before uploading.

You can upload answers multiple times prior to submission.

File validation OK, but 4 out of 4 test cases failed.
Agenda List: Wrong answer
List Items: Wrong answer
Primary Activities: Wrong answer
Sub-Activities: Wrong answer


  • AI-resistant
  • MS Word
  • Word Lists
  • Public
  • Easy


Difficulty: Easy

Duration: 10 min

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