This course follows the Word Intermediate and Advanced course and is especially designed for people who will be creating long documents, templates and forms. This course assumes you have knowledge and experience using the many advanced commands available in Word, especially the Styles command. The commands covered in this course will further enhance your productivity and help you create professional looking documents in Microsoft Word 2013.
Duration: One-Day Course
Platform: Windows Only
Fee: Call for information
We recommend one to eight people for this course.
- Review of how to create, apply, modify and copy styles to eliminate repetitive formatting and ensure you have consistent looking documents.
- Using the new expand and collapse feature in a long document using Heading Styles.
- Learning to go beyond the basics of creating styles and specify that one paragraph style follow another, creating a shortcut key for your style and also creating a table style.
- Restricting the styles that can be applied to a document.
- Inserting footnotes and endnotes.
- Adding a bookmark.
- Adding a cross-reference to an item that appears in another location in a document.
- Adding a hyperlink to an item in your document, another document and specifically to a bookmark or another Office application.
Multiple Columns and Graphics
- Creating newspaper columns where text flows continuously from the bottom of one column to the top of the next column.
- Adding column breaks and continuous breaks to ensure that columns are balanced.
- Inserting graphics and wrapping text around the graphics.
- Aligning objects in a document.
- Anchoring graphics to a specific paragraph.
- Inserting an online video into a Word 2013 document.
- Creating a macro to eliminate repetitive actions.
- Running a macro.
- Creating a keyboard equivalent and toolbar button for your macro.
- Saving a document as a template.
- Accessing a copy of the template file.
- Creating a fill-in field to ensure you always place data in the correct place in your template.
- Creating a new document using the fill-in fields.
Create a Form
- Creating a form that can be filled in online using checkboxes, text boxes and drop down lists.
- Formatting and protecting the form.
- Saving the form as a template and filling out the form on the screen.
Application Overview: Microsoft Word 2013
Microsoft Word lets you create, apply, modify and copy styles to eliminate repetitive formatting and ensure you have consistent looking documents. You can enhance your documents with graphics, embossing, shadows, drop caps and outlining.
The Columns command allows you to format text in newspaper columns where the text flows from one
column to the next. Microsoft Word can integrate the Mail Merge Helper to create form letters, mailing labels, envelopes, or catalogs.
Merge Helper will guide you through the organization of the address data, merging it into a document, such
as a letter or labels and then printing the personalized documents.
Microsoft Word can utilize Macros to save you time by replacing an often-used, sometimes lengthy series of actions with a simple
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