Mainsail Suites Hotel
4902 Eisenhower Boulevard
Tampa, FL 33634
1:00 p.m. Tuesday, June 25, 2013
Intermediate Word Course Description:This three hour class is a hands-on training session that will cover intermediate features of Microsoft Word. The class will use real world business problems as the focus for teaching all the concepts and students will do an exercise after each topic to practice what they have learned
NOTE: You must cancel at least 72 hours before the workshop begins to get a refund!Prerequisites:Microsoft Windows 2000/XP/Vista/7, Mouse Usage, and Typing (30 WPM)
Beginning Word CourseCourse Topics:1. Using Word Templates (e.g. Fax Cover Sheet) to shorten/simplify your work2. Create a Drop Cap (character larger than rest of text) on the first character of the first word of a paragraph3. Create a Signature Line at the end of a document that specifies the person who must sign the document4. Insert a Cover Page into a document5. Create and edit hyperlinks6. Insert and edit Page Headers and Footers7. Insert WordArt (vs. plain text)8. Insert date, page number and fixed text into headers and footers9. Change page header and footer options10. Use line spacing to get pixel control over space between lines/paragraphs11. Insert tables, enter data into tables, insert/cut/copy rows or columns in table, format table, merge cells in a table, etc.12. Use the Table Tool/Layout option to customize tables and convert text to table (must select text to convert first)13. Use Insert/Table option to convert table to text (must select table text to convert first)14. Insert illustrations, such as Text Boxes, Pictures, Clip Art, Shapes, Smartart and Charts15. Edit, format (e.g. add border, produce 3D effects, etc.) or size/position illustrations16. Layer (i.e. Order) illustrations17. Group illustrations so they can be sized/moved as a single unit18. Use the drawing tools do create, format and edit custom drawings, diagrams, etc.19. Embed object into a document (e.g. Excel Spreadsheet, Picture File, PowerPoint
Presentation, etc.) and be able to view first page/slide inside Word document and use
link to open/edit full object
20. Use predefined or user defined styles to automatically customize the display format of
selected text and also generate entries in a table of contents when it is created or updated21. Create a table of contents and choose the display style22. Create Forms using the Developer tab (Display by clicking Microsoft Office button, selecting Popular option and then check the Show Developer tab in the Ribbon) that can be completed online by others and emailed back to you23. Create custom letters and envelopes for each client using mail merge24. Create/Name a macro to record the keystrokes and mouse click used in repetitive tasks.
Can run the named macro later and everything that is recorded is automatically repeated,
saving you a lot of time.25. Other topics of interest to the class
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