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Word Basics

Whether you are new to Word or have been working with it a bit, there are many hidden gems in Word and also pitfalls if you are not aware of them. This session takes a easy hands-on pace through the basic features to ensure that you are comfortable but will also introduce many tips and tricks along the way.


Word Bullets & Tables

This session would look at bullets, numbering, outline bullets and numbering, tab stops, indentations and paragraph spacing. Best of all, it will show you how to integrate them all together to get the most out of these features. Learn all about tables – creating, modifying, merge cells, split cells, make the columns the same width, repeat the header row, etc. Many of these skills transfer to other Office applications as well.


Word Styles, Table of Contents & Track Changes

Styles are sets of preset grouped formats which can be quickly and easily applied to paragraphs. The advantage in using styles is to quickly apply the sets of formats and to quickly and easily create elements such as a table of contents. Styles can also be used to standardize the appearance of documents. The track changes feature in Word simplifies reviewing of documents by multiple people. See what changes they recommend and then accept or reject those changes.

Prerequisite: You should be fairly comfortable with most basic features of Word. If you are fairly new to Word you should consider the 3 hour Word Basics course first.


Word Structuring Documents Properly

Change your page orientation from portrait to landscape and then back again within the same document. Number your table of contents page and then begin numbering your document pages from 1 all over again. Learn about Sections and how to manage them. Other Page Layout features will be discussed as well.

Prerequisite: You should be fairly comfortable with most basic features of Word. If you are fairly new to Word you should consider the 3 hour Word Basics course first.


Word Managing Images & Textboxes

There are many features available in Word to manipulate images, objects and text boxes. Learn how these elements are anchored, how to manipulate them and how to get them to work with the text in your document. These objects can make your document more interesting and sometimes are the only way to lay out your document in the way you need. We will also compare creating publications in Word versus other applications such as Publisher and PowerPoint.


Word Merging Basics

Learn basic merging from a Word data file to a Word letter. Then we’ll move into merging into labels, envelopes, and lists. Next we’ll look at merging from an Excel list into a Word document.