This one-day course builds on the skills and concepts taught in Word 2010: Basic. Students will work with styles, sections, and columns. They will format tables, print labels and envelopes, and work with graphics. They will also use document templates, manage document revisions, and work with Web features. Designated as Approved Courseware. For comprehensive certification training, students should complete Word 2010: Basic, Intermediate, and Advanced.
Examine text formatting and
compare the formatting of two selections; apply and
create paragraph and character styles; modify and
override styles; import and export styles; create,
organize, and format a document outline; and use the
Document Map and thumbnails.
Create and format sections of text by using section breaks, headers and footers, and page numbering; and format text into columns.
Align text in a table; merge and split cells; change text orientation; resize rows; change table borders and cell shading; sort data; split a table; repeat a header row on multiple pages; enter a formula; and apply and modify table styles.
Prepare and print a label and an envelope.
Create a document from a template; save and use your own template; store a custom template; use the Building Blocks Organizer to work with commonly used document elements; protect a document with a password; and view and edit document properties.
Create and modify a diagram; insert and modify text boxes and shapes; and use WordArt, drop caps, and pull quotes to graphically format text.
Track changes while editing; review and accept revisions; view changes by different reviewers; restrict edits to tracked changes; merge revisions; and insert, print, and delete comments.
Preview a document as a Web page; save a document as a Web page; open an HTML document in a browser; edit an HTML document in Word; and use hyperlinks in a document. Contact us for further details.
Using Full Screen Reading view
Sections and columns
Creating and formatting sections
Working with columns
Table formatting basics
Borders and shading
Printing labels and envelopes
Templates and building blocks
Formatting text graphically
Managing document revisions
Tracking changes in a document
Working with comments
Before taking this course, you
should be familiar with personal computers and the use
of a keyboard and a mouse. Furthermore, this course
assumes that you've completed the following courses or
have equivalent experience: Windows: Basic and Word 2010: Basic.
The target student for this course
has some experience with Word 2010 and wants to learn
how to work with styles, work with sections and columns,
format tables, print labels and envelopes, work with
graphics, use templates, manage document revisions, and
use Web features.
For comprehensive training, you should complete all of the following courses: Word 2010: Basic, Word 2010: Intermediate, and Word 2010: Advanced.