Who is this course for?
This course is designed for proficient users of Microsoft Word. Delegates will acquire further advanced skills in order to manipulate Microsoft Word to its full potential.
How long is this course?
What do I need to know before attending?
Delegates should have attended the Microsoft Word Intermediate course or have the equivalent skills and knowledge to that level.
What will I expect to achieve at the end of the training?
At the end of this course
you will be able to:
- Understand and Apply Styles.
- Work with and Create Templates.
- Use Track Changes.
- Work with Graphics.
- Create Forms.
- Understand and use Document Management.
- Create and work with basic Macros.
Locating Documents using advanced search features.
Search by file location, by file contents, and by file date and time.
Inserting and updating document information and date fields.
Templates & Styles
Using standard templates, creating, editing and managing templates.
Creating user forms.
Introduction to Word styles, applying styles, modifying styles and creating your own styles and themes.
Graphic objects and Word Frames.
Using the drawing tools.
Adding drawn objects to documents.
OLE & DDE - Understanding and using both Object Linking and Embedding and Dynamic Data Exchange.
Creating & working with multiple columns.
Long Document Features
Using features to assist in the control of long documents, such as inserting a Table of Contents, Indexes or Cross-references.
Recording and editing simple Word macros.
Assigning macros to the Quick Access Toolbar and keyboard shortcuts.
Inserting form fields.
Other topics of interest will be covered when you are comfortable with the core elements of the course, where time allows.