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Microsoft Word 2003, 2007 and 2010 Training

Microsoft Word 2010When we teach word processing we use Microsoft Word to teach you the fundamentals of writing using a computer. Our Word 1 class is excellent for beginners because you will learn many fundamental skills that will help you get around the computer.
 
Our Word 2 class explores some of the intermediate tools used by everyday Word users.  Even if you have experience, we believe you will pickup enough little tips to justify the time you invested in or classes.  Our main focus is on skills you’ll need to write and maneuver in and around your computer.

Microsoft Word 1 Outline
Starting Word
Menus & Toolbars
Creating a Document
What is a document?
My Documents Folder
Saving & Opening Files
Save vs. Save As
Typing Tips: Entering & Selecting Text
Grammar & Spelling
Changing Text Colors & Font Styles
Bold Italic & Underline
Default Font
Cut, Copy and Paste
Overview of Alignment: Left, Right, Center and Justify
Moving Text
Keyboard Tips
Keyboard Shortcuts
Undo & Redo
Printing & Print Preview
Printing and Page Setup
Zoom Feature
The Format Painter
Tables
Text Box
Borders & Shading
Bullets & Numbering
Thesaurus
AutoText
AutoCorrect
Tabs
Working with Paragraphs
Inserting Images

 

Microsoft Word 2 Outline
Protect Files
Inserting Excel Data
Hyperlinks
Templates
Headers & Footers
Text Box
Mail Merge
Tables revisited
Word in Outlook
Practice makes perfect.
Inserting Stuff
Working with Images and Graphics
Tables
Simplifying Microsoft Word.
Word Options
Word and Outlook
A Bunch of Little Things
Save vs. Save As
Opening Existing Documents
Make it a PDF
Print Preview
Last for Documents
Send To
Customizing Toolbars
Right Click
Text Boxes
Saving Documents
Emailing Documents
Word Options
AutoComplete and AutoText revisited
Word and Outlook: a great combo
Text Options
Default Text
Paragraphs
Spelling and Grammar options
Inserting, Overtyping And Deleting Text
How To Overtype Text in a Document
Selection Techniques
Using UNDO and REDO
How To Add Comments
Format Painter
The Font Case
How To Create A Drop Cap
How To Add More Than One Letter To A Drop Cap
How To Remove A Drop Cap
How To Add A Clip Art Drop Cap
How To Justify A Paragraph
Indenting
Creating Bulleted and Numbered Lists
How To Create Bulleted List
How To Create Numbered List
How To Change Bulleted and Numbered Lists Style
Adjusting Line Or Paragraph Spacing
How To Set Line Spacing
Setting Page Margins, Paper Size and Page Orientation
How To Set Margins
How To Change Paper Size
How To Change Page Orientation
Creating Page Break
How To Insert A Hard Page Break
How To Delete A Page Break
Creating Section Break
How To Insert A Section Break
How To Delete A Section Break
Creating Headers, Footers and Page Numbers
How To Add Headers And Footers
How To Use The Thesaurus
How To Find And Replace Text
How To Find And Replace Specific Formatting
Page Breaks
Page Numbers
Date and Time
Autotext
Headers and Footers
Text Box
Bookmarks
Hyperlink
Default Font
Bullets and Numbering