Microsoft Word 2003
Styles and Forms

Course Overview

This course is designed for people who will be creating long documents using Microsoft Word. Topics to be covered include: advanced styles, table of contents, bookmarks, indexes, inserting graphics, generating tables of figures, using fields, creating templates and creating simple macros.
Intermediate/Advanced Word is a definite prerequisite for this class. Everyone attending must have a good working knowledge of character and paragraph formatting, creating tables and creating basic paragraph styles.

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Course InformationRelated Training

Duration: One-Day Course
Platform: Windows Only
Fee: Call for information

We recommend one to eight people for this course.

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Application Overview: Microsoft Word 2007

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.

The Mail 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
keystroke.

Users: Admin, Creative, Engineering, Finance, Legal, Marketing and IT Professionals as well as anyone who needs create, edit, assemble, publish and distribute electronic documents.