Microsoft Office Word

Microsoft Word is a word processing program used to create, edit and format both simple and professional documents such as letters, memos, resumes, and reports to name a few.

As Microsoft Word has evolved, so have the types of documents you can now create. It is considered a basic desktop publishing program where you can design brochures, flyers, business cards, and much more using your own layouts or predefined templates available in the Microsoft Word program.

There are many features that allow you to add graphics, adjust color, and style text to make your documents professional looking.

Microsoft Office programs are integrated into almost every type of business/corporation. From entrepreneurs to Government offices, proficiency in programs such as Word, Excel, and Outlook are usually required qualifications for any job description. Maximize your chances of employment by being familiar with the most current Microsoft Office version.

We offer courses in Word Level 1, Word Level 2, Word Level 3, and Custom Word courses. Courses can be delivered in 3-hour blocks, and scheduled in the morning, afternoon, or early evenings. Yes, we also provide weekend training classes.

Microsoft Word - Level 1

Who should attend?         This course is intended for new Microsoft Word users.
Prerequisites:                     Windows 7, Windows 8, or Windows 10.

Duration:                             6 Hours

Course Objectives:
Upon completion of the course, participants will be able to accomplish the following:

  • Understand the concepts of word processing and learn how to start and exit Microsoft Word, open, save, and close documents.
  • Insert and delete text to edit a document and print the document and select different views.
  • Change paragraph alignment, and move, copy, and replace text in a document.
  • Enhance text appearance by changing character and paragraph formatting, and using Quick Styles.
  • Use tab stops, change indents, apply bullets and numbering, and change line spacing to enhance document appearance.
  • Use margins, page breaks, and headers and footers to enhance the page layout.
  • Simplify proofreading of documents by checking spelling, enhance productivity by using AutoCorrect and AutoText, and streamline document creation by using templates.

Course Content

Getting Started with Word:

  • Understanding Word Processing Concepts
  • Getting Started
  • Creating and Saving Documents
  • Opening Documents

Using Word Basics:

  • Editing Documents
  • Printing and Viewing Documents

Managing Text:

  • Aligning Text
  • Moving, Copying, and Replacing Text
  • Modifying and Enhancing Text Appearance

Formatting Text:

  • Special Purpose Text
  • Quick Styles and Quick Style Sets

Modifying and Enhancing Paragraph Appearance:

  • Using Tabs
  • Changing Tab Settings
  • Setting Indents
  • Applying Bullets and Numbers
  • Changing Paragraph and Line Spacing

Controlling Page Layout:

  • Changing Margins
  • Inserting Page Breaks
  • Using Headers and Footers

Using Writing Tools:

  • Checking Spelling in a Document
  • Using AutoCorrect and AutoText
  • Using Document Templates

 

Microsoft Word - Level 2

Who should attend?         This course is intended for participants who are familiar with Microsoft Word.
Prerequisites:                     Microsoft Word – Level 1 or Equivalent.

Duration:                             6 Hours

Course Objectives
Upon completion of the course, participants will be able to accomplish the following:

  • Create and modify tables to organize data and enhance appearance.
  • Use the Mail Merge task pane with different data sources and main documents to create form letters, envelopes, and mailing labels.
  • Use styles to create consistently formatted documents and to facilitate changing paragraph and character formatting.
  • Create and insert Quick Parts to reuse data and content and create documents with consistent standards.
  • Use existing templates to provide consistent document editing and formatting, and create custom form templates.

Course Content

Creating and Managing Tables:

  • Creating Tables
  • Modifying and Formatting Tables

Using Mail Merge:

  • Mail Merge Overview
  • Form Letters
  • Data Sources
  • Envelopes
  • Mailing Labels

Managing Styles:

  • Styles Overview
  • Applying Styles
  • Modifying Styles
  • Creating Styles
  • Copying Styles

Reusing Data and Content:

  • Quick Parts Overview
  • Working with Document Properties
  • Working with Building Blocks

Working with Templates and Forms:

  • Using Templates
  • Creating Templates
  • Working with Forms

 

Microsoft Word - Level 3

Who should attend?         This course is intended for participants who are familiar with Microsoft Word.
Prerequisites:                     Microsoft Word – Level 2 or Equivalent.

Duration:                             6 Hours

Course Objectives
Upon completion of the course, participants will be able to accomplish the following:

  • Assign themes and insert graphics to add visual appeal to documents and Web pages created in Word, including the use of clip art, WordArt, SmartArt, charts, and shapes.
  • Divide documents into separate sections, add headers and footers, and divide pages into multiple text columns.
  • Use Outline view and the Navigation pane to organize documents, create tables of contents and indexes, add references to help navigate and display document information, sort lists in regular text and tables, and set up mathematical formulas in Word tables.
  • Track document changes, insert comments, protect documents from being changed, and compare and merge documents.
  • Record and edit macros to automate repetitive actions, assign keyboard shortcuts to macros, and customize the Quick Access Toolbar to quickly access macros and commands.

Course Content

Working with Graphics:

  • Inserting Files and Graphics
  • Creating Illustrations
  • Adding Charts
  • Using Themes

Designing Page Layout:

  • Working with Sections
  • Working with Multiple Columns
  • Adding Headers and Footers

Organizing Documents:

  • Working with Outlines
  • Using the Navigation Pane
  • Creating Tables of Contents
  • Creating Indexes
  • Working with References
  • Sorting and Calculating

Revising Documents:

  • Managing Revisions
  • Inserting Comments
  • Protecting Documents
  • Comparing/Merging Documents
  • Managing Document Information

Automating Actions:

  • Creating Macros
  • Editing Macros
  • Running and Deleting Macros