The commands covered in this two-day course are designed to enhance your productivity and help you create well-organized and professional looking documents. For example: you will learn how to eliminate repetitive typing using the many advanced editing techniques, eliminate repetitive formatting using the power of the Styles command, efficiently create tables, learn how to track changes, compare documents, create footnotes and cross references in your document.On Request Only - Contact DPA
Duration: Two-Day Course
Platform: Windows Only
Fee: Call for information
We recommend one to eight people for this course.
- Explore the new features in Word; including: the Word Task Panes, Office Clipboard, Smart Tags, translation, count and in Word 2003
- Compare Side by Side
- Eliminate repetitive typing using the AutoCorrect and AutoText command
- Insert special symbols and use the Change Case command
- Apply character formatting to add interest to your text
- Apply paragraph formatting to control indents, spacing and pagination of your paragraphs
- Set tabs to line up text or numbers in columns
- Apply borders and shading to add interest to your text, paragraphs and pages
- Use bullets and numbering to itemize a list
- Apply page formatting and section breaks to create multiple page numbers, columns and/or headers and footers
- Use the Reveal Formatting Task Pane to show the current font, paragraph, spacing, image and table properties, at any point in your document
- Create styles to eliminate repetitive formatting
- From styles you can easily navigate through your document using the document map feature, the browse object button and also work in Outline mode
- Create and easily update a table of contents
- Create an index that lists the terms and topics used in a printed document, along with the pages they appear on
- Create tables to quickly and easily arrange text in columns and rows
- Learn how to professionally format your table and create a default table format for your document
- Use the sum function in a Word table
Embed or Link an Excel Range into a Word Document
- Embed an Excel Range into a Word document
Link an Excel range into a Word document and have the Excel range update automatically
Collaboration and Referencing
- Track changes made in a document and add comments in your document
- Compare and merge two documents
- Insert footnotes and endnotes
- Add bookmarks to identify and name the item or location for future reference
- Add a cross-reference to an item that appears in another location in a document
Application Overview: Microsoft Word 2003
Microsoft Word lets you create, apply, modify and copy styles to eliminate repetitive formatting and ensure you have consistent looking documents.
AutoCorrect will automatically correct your text as you type whereas with AutoText you may choose
whether or not you wish to insert the entry into your document. You can modify the AutoCorrect and AutoText
features to insert text and pictures that you use regularly.
Microsoft Word gives you advanced controls over fonts, alignment and spacing, pagination options as well as tabs and the creation of tables for display of information and as a page layout tool.
Admin, Creative, Engineering, Finance, Legal, Marketing and IT Professionals as well as anyone who needs create, edit, assemble, publish and distribute electronic documents.