This is the intermediate course in the Microsoft Word 365 series. This course expands upon the topics covered in the Word 365 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. Students will then review advanced document layout options in Word and various collaboration tools. Lastly, students will work with graphic elements such as pictures, text boxes, shapes, the Drawing Canvas, SmartArt, Text Effects, Typography Effects, WordArt, and Equations. Additional graphic element features such as grouping, layering, and moving objects will also be covered.
"In this course, students will automate with Microsoft Word 365 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."--Resource description page.
Quick and easy answers to the essentials of Word, handy enough to keep you working without Internet searches or long videos. Joan Lambert is an accomplished author and Senior Content Specialist creating courseware and training products that include the Microsoft Office suite. Also a LinkedIn Learning video author (formerly Lynda.com) and a Microsoft author, the ability to choose what is covered in this reference comes from a vast experience of training material creation. This expertise is streamlined through clear and succinct answers provided to help accomplish tasks. Also includes labeled screen grabs and icons in a color-coded design. Durable and portable, this 6 page laminated guide can be stored and accessed quickly so you can find what you need fast. Corporations ranging from Ford Motor Company to the FBI have purchased QuickStudy software guides for their employee's workspace to improve productivity and reduce support calls. 6 page laminated guide includes: Main Window New Features Working Backstage with Documents Giving Commands Creating Documents Navigating in Documents Storing Documents in the Cloud Text Formatting Paragraph Formatting Working with Tables Inserting Illustrations Personalizing Word Editing Content Reviewing Documents Getting Help
The deepest reference on Microsoft’s productivity service Office 365 offers the same productivity power as past versions of Microsoft Office along with tools designed to boost collaboration in the workplace and instant access to the latest Office updates without buying a whole new software package. It’s an ideal solution for both the office and home use. The author of the bestselling Office All-in-One For Dummies shares his advice on how to navigate the nuts and bolts of getting things done with Office 365. Look inside for step-by-step instructions on Excel, Outlook, Word, PowerPoint, Access, and OneNote along with a dive into the cloud services that come with Office 365. Access Office 365 Make sense of common Office tasks Use Excel, Word, outlook, PowerPoint and more Take advantage of 365 online services If you’re a home or business user interested in having a complete reference on the suite, this book has you covered.
This bestselling guide to Microsoft Word is the first and last word on Word 2013 It's a whole new Word, so jump right into this book and learn how to make the most of it. Bestselling For Dummies author Dan Gookin puts his usual fun and friendly candor back to work to show you how to navigate the new features of Word 2013. Completely in tune with the needs of the beginning user, Gookin explains how to use Word 2013 quickly and efficiently so that you can spend more time working on your projects and less time trying to figure it all out. Walks you through the capabilities of Word 2013 without weighing you down with unnecessary technical jargon Deciphers the user interface and shows you how to take advantage of the file formats Covers editing documents, working with text, using grammar and spelling tools, formatting, adding images and other design elements, and more Get the word on the latest Word with Word 2013 For Dummies!
This workbook/guide will allow you to enter special commands and build a long document structure. You will learn how to create tables and format them. As text is entered, the page will break automatically, or you can insert a specific code to break the page such as Section Break, Odd Page Break, or Column Break. Placing Headers and Footers on each page can finalize the document for printing. Also, specific pages can be split into Multiple Columns to provide a Newsletter Style layout. Styles allow you to define a specific format in order to create titles, generate a Table Of Contents, and provide consistency for text. We will also cover adding an Index at the end and References throughout a document. Quick Parts will allow you to store Watermarks, Cover Pages and other objects in a library. The final project will focus on creating large documents including Table Of Contents, Index, Section Breaks, etc. We have also added several optional topics to the Appendix including Forms, Macros, and Mail Merge. What's is in the workbook? Click on the left side of the screen: Look Inside! Enter one of the following keywords: Tables, Page Break, Section Break, Odd Page Break, Column Break, Headers, Footers, References, Quick Parts, Watermarks, Cover Pages, Index, Mail Merge, etc. Take A Class: http: //www.elearnlogic.com/download/schedule18.pdf Design Strategy This workbook is designed in conjunction with an Online-Instructor-Led course (for more information see: www.elearnlogic.com). Unlike other computer guides, students will not need to review lengthy procedures in order to understand a topic. All that is necessary are the brief statements and command paths located within the guide that demonstrate how a concept is used. There are many Step-By-Step Practice Exercises and more comprehensive Student Projects offered to help students better understand concepts. Furthermore, they will find that this workbook/guide can often be used as a reference to help them understand concepts quickly and thoroughly. An index is also provided on the last page to reference important topics as necessary. However, if more detail is needed for study, the Internet can be used, as well, to search a concept. Also, if student's skills are weak due to lack of implementation, they can refresh their knowledge quickly by visually scanning concepts of choice, and then testing them out using the application.
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