Word Level 2
Master your documents
What does the course cover?
The course starts by refreshing users on the fundamental features of Word but advances quickly to include detailed coverage of templates, mail-merge, envelope and label printing, as well as examining complex multi-file documents such as newsletters and catalogues.
Why take this course?
If you need to able to perform a mail-merge using Word and an existing database, to format and layout any document using Word’s graphic, table and frame features. To be able to customise word and automate repetitive tasks.
Who should attend?
This course is designed to advance existing Word users and help them take advantage of the powerful features available in Word. The course is geared towards users requiring a detailed knowledge of the package.
Each course contains high quality, professional, Live demo’s, Downloadable exercise files and Real-world templates for you to use.
Course detail and sample lessons
Section 1: Advanced Font Formatting
Lesson 2: Extra Paste Options
Lesson 3: Commands on Font Group in Home Ribbon
Lesson 4: Extras Within the Font Dialogue Box
Section 2: Advanced Paragraph Formatting
Lesson 2: Multi-Level Lists
Lesson 3: Sorting Paragraphs
Lesson 4: Special Indents
Lesson 5: Spacing Before and After Paragraphs
Lesson 6: Line and Page Breaks
Section 3: Styles
Lesson 2: Applying and Modifying Existing Styles
Lesson 3: Creating our Own Style and Saving to Quick Style Selection
Lesson 4: Style Inspector
Lesson 5: Managing Styles
Section 4: The References Ribbon
Lesson 2: Inserting and Updating a Tables of Contents
Lesson 3: Modifying the Settings of a Table of Contents
Lesson 4: Citations and Bibliography
Lesson 7: Table of Authorities
Section 5: Illustrations
Lesson 2: Inserting and Formatting Shapes
Lesson 3: Inserting and Formatting SmartArt
Lesson 4: Inserting and Formatting Charts
Lesson 5: Using the Screenshot Option
Section 6: Links
Lesson 2: Inserting a Hyperlink
Lesson 3: Adding Bookmarks
Lesson 4: Inserting Cross-References Into a Word Document
Section 7: Advanced Header, Footer and Section Options
Lesson 2: Different Headers and Footer for First Page
Lesson 3: Different Headers and Footers for Odd and Even Pages
Lesson 4: Adding Quick Parts
Lesson 5: Inserting and Formatting Page Numbers
Section 8: Tracking Changes
Lesson 2: Setting Your Username for Tracking
Lesson 3: Turn On and Off Tracking
Lesson 4: Accept and Reject Changes in a Document
Lesson 5: Viewing the Document With and Without Markup
Lesson 6: Comparing Documents
Lesson 7: Combining Documents
Lesson 8: Restrict Editing
Section 9: Macros
Lesson 2: What Is a Macro?
Lesson 3: Running an Existing Macro
Lesson 4: Recording a New Macro
Lesson 5: Assigning a Macro To an Icon
Lesson 6: Simple Editing In a Macro
Lesson 7: Deleting a Macro
Section 10: Forms
Lesson 2: Turning On the Developer Tab In Order To Work With Forms
Lesson 3: Layout of The Form and Inserting a Text Field Control
Lesson 4: Inserting Other Control Types Into a Form
Lesson 5: Restricting Editing
Section 11: Setting Word Options
Lesson 2: Updating The Username and Initials For Word
Lesson 3: Changing Preferences in Word
Lesson 4: Customising The Ribbons
Skills you’ll learn
What you’ll be able to do after the course
- Create and manage a mail-merge
- Add watermarks and use the graphics toolbar
- Deal with long documents
- Work with newsletters and similar documents
- Exploit MACROS
- Manage document revisions
- Import data from other applications
How you can apply these skills
What you’ll be able to use these skills for
- Produce professional quality documents
- Perform a mail-merge using Word and an existing database
- Format and layout any document using Word’s graphic, table and frame features
- Customise word and automate repetitive tasks
- Work with graphic and clipart objects within a Word document
- Manage and format long documents consistently
When you pass you will receive an internationally recognised accreditation certificate like this:
Upon completion, you can start another office skills course. After you have completed the two levels you will be ready to take the Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) exam in Word.
Careers that require these skills at this level?
Word is used in practically every business and in nearly all departments in those businesses – ranging from sales to accounting and administration. Any office role will require you to be proficient to this level.
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