This is the intermediate course in the Microsoft Word 2013 series. This course expands upon the topics covered in the Word 2013 Introduction course. In this course, students will work with, create, manage, and customize Styles, Templates, and Themes. Students will also work with various types of data in Word using Tables, advanced Copy and Paste commands, and Charts.
This course is designed to expand on the skills learned in the Introduction to Word 2010 training. Specifically this class will focus on advanced table techniques, using mail merge, creating envelopes and labels. You will learn to work with long document functions such as building a table of contents, building an index, using paragraph styles, working with section breaks, using Quick Parts, creating columns, and creating complex headers and footers.
In this course, students will automate with Microsoft word through the use of building blocks, Quick Parts, fields, and Macros. Students will also utilize reference tools such as bookmarks, hyperlinks, cross references, footnotes, endnotes, bibliography tools, sources, and placeholders. Students will also learn techniques to manage long documents through a table of contents, indexing, and captions. Students will also work with Outline View and master documents, Mail Merge, and forms.
This course is designed to take you to the next level with Word 2010. The training will focus on advanced navigation techniques using the Browse Buttons and the Navigation Pane, using web components, inserting and working with graphics and images, and working with multilevel lists. You will also learn how to add references in a document, such as footnotes, endnotes, cross references and bookmarks. Time will be spent covering creating simple macros, customizing Word, sharing documents and creating a Table of Figures.
This course covers the basic functions and features of Word 2010. After an introduction to Word's window components, students will learn how to use the Help system and navigate documents. Then they will enter and edit text, create and save documents, and learn how to enhance the appearance of a document by using various formatting options. They will also create tables, insert headers and footers, proof and print documents, and insert graphics.
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Using Microsoft Word 2010 brings you 88 media elements detailing everything from creating and formatting documents and working with themes and templates to collaborating with others and publishing your documents online. Watching this media is the fastest way to get comfortable with the newest version of Microsoft Word.
Many of us work with Microsoft Office applications every day. When a new suite is released, we don't need training on the full programs. Often we only need a review of what is new, different, exciting, and how we can apply these new tools to our work. This course does just that; it reviews the changes in the Office 2013 applications: Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access, and Outlook. It also reviews changes appearing across all applications that are not unique to one product.
This course is designed to introduce students to the basic functionality and user interface of Microsoft Word 2013. In this course, students will learn the basics of saving and opening documents and review the interface.
Master Word 2013 on your terms with this one-of-a-kind video training course. Word is the most popular application in the Microsoft Office suite, and Word 2013 is loaded with exciting new features to dress up your documents for any occasion. Now, you can learn the ins and outs of Word 2013 - from setting up a basic document to sharing them on the web - with Microsoft Word 2013 Essentials.