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Winning Documents with Word: Word for Business

Description


Chances are that you have used Microsoft Word at work to write reports and letters, but you might be missing out on skills that can improve your workflow. You’ve probably created tables before, but did you know that you can create tables from text and text from tables while also integrating Excel formulas like SUM and AVERAGE? If you ever get tired of changing the font and margins in a document, you will love learning how to create a new document with everything just the way you like it so you can start working without fiddling with those options. You may have used Mail Merge once or twice, but did you know it allows you to quickly create personalized letters, mailing labels, and certificates with just a couple of clicks? Finally, you’ll learn to build, edit, and secure a Word form for others to complete and save data.

Audience: This course is designed for those who are current users of Word who want to learn to perform more complex tasks and functions. It is not an introductory course and is for intermediate/advanced users of Word. This course builds on “Winning Documents with Word: Word for Writers.”

Software: The material in this course will apply to Word 2007/2010/2013/2016 with a concentration on Word 2010/2013. It is not designed to apply to Word for Mac.

After completing this course, you will be able to:

  1. Create and edit Word tables for databases and forms
  2. Effectively using and modifying tabs
  3. Save and reuse documents as a template
  4. Using Mail Merge for letters, agreements, and labels
  5. Creating and editing Word forms

Section: MS-WORD-BUSINESS (09MAY17)
Dates: May 09, 2017 - May 09, 2017 Time: 9:30 AM
Tuition: $185.00 Instructor: Greg Creech Inquire

Lesson 1: Tabs and Tables
  • Using and modifying tabs and indents
  • Creating data tables and form tables
  • Converting text to tables and tables to text
  • Sorting and including a function (SUM, AVERAGE) in tables

Lesson 2: Templates
  • Saving a document as a template
  • Reusing a template
  • Modifying and editing a template

Lesson 3: Mail Merge
  • Using the Ribbon and Step-by-Step Mail Merge Wizard
  • Creating certificates, letters, and agreements using Mail Merge and a Word table document as a data source
  • Creating labels using Excel as a data source

Lesson 4: Forms
  • Creating a Word form – Best Practices
  • Creating a Word form containing these objects: Date Picker, Drop Down lists, Check Boxes, Combo Boxes, Plain Text boxes, and Rich Text
  • Secure your document as a Fill-in form with a password
  • Test and use the Word form to share

Class Schedule

Date Times Meeting Type Location
05/09/2017 9:30 AM - 12:30 PM Classroom Executive Park

Additional Information

Final Enrollment:
 
Clock Hours: 3.0